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Dunst: Expressing Something Blue In Melancholia

The actress stars in Lars von Trier's new psychological drama Melancholia, about depression and the end of the world. She talks about making the film and about working with Von Trier, whose controversial remarks about Hitler got him kicked out of this year's Cannes Film Festival.
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Eddie Murphy Is Out As 2012 Oscar Host

Comedian Eddie Murphy stepped aside Wednesday after the show's producer Brett Ratner resigned amid controversy about a gay slur. Murphy's new film Tower Heist is also Ratner's latest directorial effort.
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Eddie Murphy Pulls Out As Oscar Host

Comedian Eddie Murphy is pulling out as host of the Oscars — just 24 hours after producer Brett Ratner resigned. Ratner came under fire for using a gay slur.
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Eddie Murphy Will Not Host The Oscars

Eddie Murphy has resigned as the host of the 2012 Oscars.
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Leonardo DiCaprio Brings The Complex 'J. Edgar' To Life On Film

Leonardo DiCaprio tells Guy Raz about the things he does and doesn't admire about J. Edgar Hoover, the character he plays in Clint Eastwood's new film.
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Kirsten Dunst On Expressing 'Melancholia'

Kirsten Dunst's latest film is Melancholia, the story of a melancholic young woman and her family on her wedding day, just before the end of the world. Host Audie Cornish speaks to the actress about translating depression into cinema.
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'Crazy' In Love, And Feeling Every Moment Of It

In Drake Doremus' drama Like Crazy, a young couple is forced to separate when one of them violates the terms of her student visa. Movie critic David Edelstein says the movie is painful and compelling — and reminds him of Richard Linklater's Before Sunrise.

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