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Elle Fanning Wins Top Honor At 2011 Young Hollywood Awards

May 23rd, 2011 11:00am EDT
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Dakota Fanning's younger sister Elle stepped out of her sibling's shadow as she scooped the Actress of the Year prize at the 2011 Young Hollywood Awards.

The 13 year old accepted the prize for her role in Sofia Coppola's drama Somewhere at a star-studded ceremony in Los Angeles on Friday.

Garrett Hedlund picked up the Actor of the Year award for Tron: Legacy, while The Social Network star Armie Hammer and actress Isabel Lucas were named the Male and Female Stars of Tomorrow.

Hailee Steinfeld's debut in the Coen Brothers' 2010 western True Grit earned her the Breakthrough of the Year t...
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Sofia Coppola On Her Famous Family And Her New Movie "Somewhere"

December 22nd, 2010 11:13am EST
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The acclaimed filmmaker Sofia Coppola has a new movie out this holiday season. Somewhere is only her fourth film but the expectations are high from the director of The Virgin Suicides and Lost in Translation. Perhaps the beginning of “awards season” will take notice.

Somewhere spends most of its time in stillness and silence. Johnny Marco (Stephen Dorff) is an actor who spends his time between movies hooking up with women, keeping to himself at Hollywood parties and often just sitting alone. When his daughter Cleo (Elle Fanning) comes to visit, it brightens him up, but he doesn’t even have...
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Review: 'Somewhere' 'Two Jews On Film' Say This Movie Goes Nowhere (Video)

December 21st, 2010 10:20am EST
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Johnny Marco (Stephen Dorff) is a divorced, irresponsible super star, roaming aimlessly through life, in Sofia Coppola's new film 'Somewhere'. Johnny is living in West Hollywood's famous Chateau Marmont. An unscheduled visit from his 11 year old daughter (Elle Fanning) requires him to pay attention to her and eventually, question his life and face up to the things every father has to confront. But does he? We watch Johnny drive his Lamborghini through the streets of L.A, going nowhere, in way too many scenes. We watch him eat a hamburger, and play Wii with his daughter. We follow him ...
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Trailer Talk: This Week In Movies - 'Little Fockers,' 'True Grit,' & More

December 20th, 2010 10:11am EST
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Hopefully you have finished most of your Christmas shopping by now, but if you still need to brave the crowds for a few last minute gifts, I wish you the best of luck. If you do not celebrate Christmas though, and you'll be looking for something to do on December 25th, fear not, because there are plenty of movies coming out this week for you to see.

In preparation for the sequel, last week I released a review of the original “Tron” film which you can find here if you haven't checked it out yet. I also had the chance to watch the new movie “Tron: Legacy” which is visually stimulating and ...
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Fall Movie Preview Part 4: December

September 14th, 2010 12:29pm EDT
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This December will provide moviegoers with a very eclectic and abundant selection of films to choose from. Regardless of your preferred genre or style of filmmaking, chances are there are at least a couple of movies you’ll be looking forward to.

The most-talked about and most highly anticipated release is unarguably “Black Swan” from director Darren Aronofsky. Speculation about the film’s plot as well as star Natalie Portman’s performance has been building for months. Aronofsky has described “Swan” as a sort of companion piece to his 2008 film “The Wrestler” in terms of the focus on the ph...
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Sofia Coppola Wins Top Award At Venice Film Festival

September 12th, 2010 8:53pm EDT
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Director Sofia Coppola has won the top honor at the Venice Film Festival for her movie "Somewhere."

The film-maker accepted the Golden Lion on Saturday for her story of a bad-boy actor whose life is changed after his young daughter comes to stay, which was inspired by her own experiences as the daughter of Francis Ford Coppola.

Coppola thanked "The Godfather" director in her acceptance speech, saying: "Thanks to my dad for teaching me."

Quentin Tarantino, chairman of the Italian festival's jury and Coppola's ex-boyfriend, revealed her win was a unanimous choice.

He explains, "From that ...
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