Flea And Peter Dinklage Support A Junkie Jazz Musician In The Trailer For ‘Low Down’

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Peter Dinklage's name might be the click-bait, but Flea is the actual reason to watch this trailer.


Billy Crudup Stars In William H. Macy’s Directorial Debut, ‘Rudderless’

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Have a box of tissues at the ready... because Billy Crudup is looking *hellllla* fly in this trailer.


What’s On Tonight: Please Watch ‘Rectify’

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The best (and worst) of what's on TV tonight, including the season premiere of "Rectify."


Nick Offerman Offers The Greatest Indie Film Advice On ‘Conan’ With The Song ‘P*ssy And Weed’

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When Nick Offerman speaks, we listen. And when he sings, we listen even harder. He might've ruined Sundance, but this song is the greatest advice ever.


The New Raid 2 Trailer Is Full Of Butt Stabbings And Hammer Fights

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The new Raid 2 trailer has punching, kicking, crashing, hammering, and butt stabbing, perfect for its Sundance Film Festival premiere.


Trailer for Escape from Tomorrow, A Film Shot Illegally Inside Disney Parks

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I've often thought Disneyland seems like a great place for terrifying acid trip, and that was only on Mr.


TRAILER: Blue Caprice, about the Beltway snipers

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After the jump, we've got the trailer for Sundance darling Blue Caprice, an Alexandre Moors film about the 2002 Beltway sniper attacks starring Isaiah Washington and Tequan Richmond.


Watch Tony Danza crush it in new clip from ‘Don Jon’

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Tony Danza plays Joseph Gordon-Levitt's father in Don Jon, and while I suspect he's there mainly to provide Italian-guy cred to make it seem more okay that the rest of the non-Italian cast are basically doing blackface-level Italian impressions, as you can see in this special Father's Day clip, he also seems to be displaying some long-forgotten acting chops.

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James Franco says he’d do full sex for a scene because of course he would

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James Franco recently told an MTV interviewer (our old pal "Cuddly Josh" Horowitz, same guy from <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2013/01/dakota-fanning-turns-18-does-nude-scene" target="_blank">the last post</a>) that he'd have no problem doing "sex for real" on camera for the right role.


Dakota Fanning celebrates her womanhood with nude scene

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Dakota Fanning actually turned 18 last February, an event that probably would've been accorded more fanfare if she didn't seem so damned normal.

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Lindsay Lohan’s The Canyons rejected by Sundance, here’s a 3-minute clip

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I didn't cover the<a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/13/magazine/here-is-what-happens-when-you-cast-lindsay-lohan-in-your-movie.html?ref=magazine&_r=3&pagewanted=all&" target="_blank"> NY Times' epic piece</a> on the Bret Easton Ellis-scripted, Paul Shrader-directed, Lindsay Lohan-starring The Canyons, only because the extent of Lindsay Lohan's fascinating yet predictable brand of crazy would be hard to fit into a block quote.


Ranking This Year’s Sundance Movies According to Sundanciness

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The Sundance Film Festival, Hollywood's premiere celebration of Hollywood insiders celebrating the outsider, recently released their programming schedule, and with the 2013 fest just a few weeks away, Laremy Legel and I decided to attempt to explore just what makes a good Sundance movie.


Behold, the most arthouse movie synopsis of all time

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You guys, sit tight, because I'm still working on bringing you comprehensive coverage of awards season and Sundance.


Does anyone care about Ashton Kutcher’s dumb Steve Jobs movie?

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It seems like we've been seeing <a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2012/08/ashton-kutchers-steve-jobs-biopic-set-pictures-still-looks-corny-as-hell" target="_blank">Ashton Kutcher play dress up</a> since before Steve Jobs' body was even cold, but apparently this is the first "official" picture of him as Jobs.


Possibly Badass Documentary Alert: The Summit

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Between The Ambassador (<a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2012/08/the-ambassador-review-mads-brugger-new-sheriff-of-ballsville" target="_blank">review</a>), Queen of Versailles (<a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2012/07/review-the-queen-of-versailles" target="_blank">review</a>), The Imposter, and a few others I haven't seen yet but continue to hear good things about (Searching for Sugar Man, How to Survive a Plague), 2012 was a pretty solid year for documentaries.


The Case Against Beasts of the Southern Wild

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Every year, a handful of smaller films come out that rely on critical acclaim to find an audience.

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‘Grown Ups 2′ Might Not Be ‘Grown Ups 2′

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Chris Rock was at Sundance last week to promote his new film, 2 Days in New York, directed by Julie Delpy, whose best movie was Killing Zoe and I will fight people to the death if they believe otherwise.

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