Uhh, Did Anyone Else Know That Carey Mulligan And Marcus Mumford Were Childhood Penpals Who Got Married?

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It's summer so let's learn something new about our favorite adorable indie actress and folksy dad rock musician.


Remember The Time Some Stranger’s Airplane Dump C*ckblocked Jonah Hill?

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Here's a two-time Oscar nominee discussing airplane sex and poop.


Shia’s Next Move

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Laremy stops by to predict Shia LaBeouf's next move after all of these strange plagiarism antics.


‘Inside Llewyn Davis': How the Coen Bros Killed the ‘Musician Biopic’

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How the Coen Brothers, in Inside Llewyn Davis, took the idea of the musician biopic and made it something real.


The New Inside Llewyn Davis Trailer is Full of Spoilers

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I haven't seen it yet, but according to our friend Brad at RopeofSilicon, the new trailer for Inside Llewyn Davis "spoils two plot details within the first 50 seconds," so proceed with caution.


Coen Bros: New Inside Llewyn Davis Trailer

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I'll spare you too much of the back story because we've covered it before, but suffice to say, the Coen Brothers have a new movie coming out in December and it has a new trailer, number three.


REVIEW: Did Baz Luhrmann forget what The Great Gatsby was about or did I?

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I get the feeling most people view The Great Gatsby, of which they remember the title, the author, a few lines, and not much else, through the lens of their childhood, something Important, in black and white, like an old photograph.


The Coens Inside Llewyn Davis has another trailer

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The Coen Brothers' Inside Llewyn Davis is set to premiere at Cannes, and just released a new red-band Cannes trailer.


Trailer: The Great Gatsby looks… shiny.

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A new full trailer for The Great Gatsby, which opens May 10th, just hit the web, and I for one applaud Baz Luhrmann's attempt to sculpt a literary classic entirely out of tinsel.

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‘I’m Gatsby!’ affirms Gatsby in this new spot for The Great Gatsby

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Here at FilmDrunk, we've long held that seeing a guy get hit in the nuts in the trailer for a comedy was the kiss of death.


Trailer: Hepcats & Kitty Cats in Coen Bros’ ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’

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If you don't get excited about new Coen Brothers movies, we probably can't be friends.


Leo DiCaprio's Great Gatsby Has A Trailer Now

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If my high school years taught me anything, it’s that F.


You Luhrmann’d my Gatsby!

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For lovers of Jazz Age literature, I thought it couldn't get any better than Woody Allen's fictionalized depictions of Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald (to say nothing of Hemingway) in Midnight in Paris.


Shame Review: Michael Fassbender likes sex. A lot. That’s pretty much it.

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Shame is overwrought and lacking in real story, but the Fasspenis deserves Best Actor If you just want the abridged Shame review, here it is: Michael Fassbender is a sex addict.


Tobey Maguire was born to play a dandy fancy boy

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As if hipsters didn't already have enough reason to buy vintage clothes, Baz Luhrmann is directing a film adaptation of The Great Gatsby set to open next Christmas, sure to be a sumptuous visual feast for everyone from the casual fan to the die-hard Luhrmaniac.


Michael F. Assbender’s hard drive is filthy

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Steve McQueen's latest film, Shame (that's the black, British, not-dead Steve McQueen) played the Venice film festical to rave reviews last month, and hits theaters December 2nd, smack in the middle of Oscar season.


The Great Gatsby might be in 3D

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When I first heard Baz Luhrmann would be making a film adaptation of The Great Gatsby, my first thought was, "BUT WILL IT BE DARK AND/OR GRITTY.


Carey Mulligan Daisy in Luhrmann’s Great Gatsby

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With studios fighting over who gets to adapt the Family Circus comic strip (note: this actually happened), you figure it was only a matter of time before Hollywood got around to making the most famous novel of the 20th century, the book Hunter S.

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