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  1. Review: 'Annie' makeover is adorably different (w/video)

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    The first face on screen is the Annie to whom we're accustomed: carrot-haired, freckled and white. "Annie A.," to classmates ignoring her corny show and tell. Might be an orphan but not for long with that chipperness.

    Wealthy candidate Will Stacks (Jamie Foxx) figures Annie (Quvenzhané Wallis) can help his campaign.
  2. Review: Reese Witherspoon carries 'Wild' (w/video)

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    Rather than running from her problems, Cheryl Strayed decided to walk — nearly 1,100 miles along the rugged Pacific Crest Trail.

    Reese Witherspoon commits to playing Cheryl Strayed, a heroin and sex addict who hiked 1,100 miles.
  3. Update: Sony cancels opening of 'The Interview' after threats

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    This time, the terrorists won.

    Bowing to the cyber-threat of a "Christmas Day surprise" at movie theaters, Sony announced Wednesday that The Interview will not debut Dec. 25, as planned.

    James Franco, left, and Seth Rogen star in the comedy "The Interview." 
(AP Photo/Columbia Pictures, Sony, Ed Araquel)
  4. Bollywood opening: Aamir Khan's 'PK'

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    In a bid to upset the status quo, nothing's better than rolling in an oddball.

    Aamir Khan and Anushka Sharma star in PK, the story of a 
simple-minded guy and a satire about “God and godmen.
  5. Review: Three 'Hobbit' movies is one too many

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    Back when director Peter Jackson announced that he would turn J.R.R. Tolkien's slim, swift children's novel The Hobbit into not one, not two but three movies, I and a lot of other Tolkien fans wondered whether the classic fantasy story would bear that much padding.

    Ian McKellen and Luke Evans in “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.”
  6. Review: ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings' a plague on theaters (w/video)

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    Don't expect Ridley Scott's Exodus: Gods and Kings to become an Easter television tradition like The Ten Commandments. The commercials likely would steal the show.

    With a capacity for violence bordering on mania, Moses (Christian Bale), right, confronts his adoptive brother Ramses (Joel Edgerton, heavy on the guyliner and bronzer) in Exodus: Gods and Kings.
  7. 'Birdman' nabs 7 Golden Globe nods; Jolie snubbed

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    Things got even better for Birdman while Angelina Jolie's week got worse when Golden Globes nominations were announced Thursday.

    Birdman received seven Golden Globe nominations, including best picture in the comedy or musical category. [AP photo]
  8. 'Birdman' soars to the top of Screen Actors Guild nominations

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    'Birdman' soars with 4 SAG nominations

  9. Review: 'Top Five' might be funniest movie of the year

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    All these years Chris Rock played the perturbed black man, and what he really wants to be is Woody Allen.

    Chris Rock is director, screenwriter and star of Top Five, shown here with Gabrielle Union as his fiancee.
  10. Tim Burton to film in Tampa Bay next year

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    It isn't surprising that Tim Burton's next filmmaking project involves peculiar children.

    Tim Burton, pictured in 2007, will film scenes for Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children in Tampa Bay in 2015.
  11. Review: 'The Homesman' takes a few too many turns

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    The spectacle of Tommy Lee Jones dancing a jig while singing authentic frontier gibberish is nearly enough to recommend The Homesman. It's one of those awkward moments that directors shouldn't put actors through. Since Jones directed The Homesman, it suits the rest of this strange, tonally erratic …

    Tommy Lee Jones as a crotchety old guy and Hilary Swank as a spinster form an unlikely pair in The Homesman.
  12. Bollywood opening in Tampa: 'Action Jackson'

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    Action, check. Michael Jackson references, check. Plot … er, maybe?

    Star Ajay Devgn, left, and director Prabhudeva perform a song from Action Jackson.
  13. Catch glimpses of Pinellas in 'Six Dance Lessons' trailer

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    It isn't flashy as Spring Breakers, and won't boost tourism like Dolphin Tale, but Pinellas County's latest movie appearance debuts Dec. 12 in New York and Los Angeles for awards eligibility. A trailer is posted online for Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks, based on a play written by part-time St. …

  14. 'Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me' is a poignant treasure for fans

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    Glen Campbell: I'll Be Me (PG) (104 min.) — Glen Campbell's long goodbye to music and memory is astonishing, as anyone blessed by his 2012 shows at Capitol Theatre can attest. They were part of a 151-stop farewell tour forced by Alzheimer's and each second was dramatic, swelling hearts with missed lyrics …

    Glen Campbell performs in Nashville during his 151-stop farewell tour in 2012, which also brought him to Clearwater’s Capitol Theatre.
  15. Official trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens is released

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    Is that the Millennium Falcon? It certainly looks like it — streaking across the sky in the new trailer released online Friday for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Directed by J.J. Abrams, the film is popularly known as Star Wars VII and set to be released on Dec. 18, 2015 by Disney and …

    The latest Star Wars film, The Force Awakens, will be released in December 2015.