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Dianne Feinstein, Carl Levin, and John McCain write a letter to Michael Lynton, Chairman and CEO of Sony Pictures Entertainment, regarding the use of torture in Zero Dark Thrity.

Karina Longworth interviews Quentin Tarantino...and so does Charles McGrath.

After Newton massacre, video-games legislation beats gun-control bills to Congress.

"No religion" is world's third-largest religious group after Christians and Muslims.

Because its impossible to earn your Oscar nomination, Ann Dowd pays for her own campaign.

Gregg Kilday gets inside Oscar's whisper-campaign machine.

J. Ho on Tolkein versus technology.

The New York City Marathon to announce post-cancellation resolution.

Alonso Duralde spotlights the best and worst peformances of the the same person.

Ex-Universal Pictures co-chair breaks silence on LAPD Beatdown.

The trailer for Terrence Malick's To the Wonder:

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