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"American Assassin" Lead Says Acting Helped Recovery From Set Injuries
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Will Smith Supports Obama's Call for Higher Taxes
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'Mad Max' Director 'Heartbroken' Over Mel Gibson
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Johnson Calls Christie 'Buddy' Despite Video
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DiCaprio, Hill Re-Team for Story of Richard Jewell
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Wachowskis Hope to Surprise With Next Film
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Wong Kar-wai Has a Hit With 'The Grandmaster'
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'Conjuring' Director James Wan Gears Up for 'Fast
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Tech Innovators Honored at Oscars Dinner
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Stallone Supports Assault Weapon Ban
Sylvester Stallone says that despite his "Rambo" image and new shoot-em-up film "Bullet to the Head," he's in favor of new na...
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Coast Guard Frees an Unsightly Fisher Island Guest -- a Grounded 200-Foot Cargo Vessel
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