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Clint Eastwood

Why Detroit loves Clint Eastwood.

And that Eastwood ad was David Gordon Green's best work in years.

The White House responds to Virginia anti-gay adoption bill.

Press Play kicks off its Oscar-prediction coverage.

Amazon stores might invade your neighborhood.

Josh Melnick and Water Murch in conversation.

Simpsons dolls banned in Iran as "promoters of Western culture."

Abel Ferrara and Gérard Depardieu join talents, penises for film based on Dominique Strauss-Kahn scandal.

Gay-marriage backers eagerly await appeals court's Prop. 8 ruling.

What if all the cats in the world suddenly died?

Mark Harris explains Hollywood's ongoing issues with race.

James Watkins discusses his film The Woman in Black:

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