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Q&A: Real-Life 'Zoo' Keeper Benjamin Mee on Being Played by Matt Damon

"We Bought a Zoo" inspiration Benjamin Mee talks about the changes the filmmakers made in adapting his life to film, and he reveals why he was initially "crestfallen" to hear that Scarlett Johansson had been cast in the movie.

Is Brie Larson the Next Emma Stone?

With Brie Larson's turn in "21 Jump Street" this week, it seems like moviegoers may have found an heir apparent to charming It Girl Emma Stone.

6 Reasons Why '21 Jump Street' Is the First Must-See Comedy of the Year

Is "21 Jump Street" the best comedy of 2012 ... so far? We've got six reasons you need to see it.

5 Reasons 'Act of Valor' Killed at the Box Office

There's a good reason -- five, in fact -- why the Navy SEALs movie "Act of Valor" prevailed at the box office over more conventional, more commercially appealing movies.

5 Questions With Teresa Palmer from the Sundance Film Festival

On the morning after “Wish You Were Here” premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, NextMovie sat down with Teresa Palmer in Park City for a chat about her role in the film, where she reflected on her career thus far and talked about where she’d like to go in the future.

Teresa Palmer Uncovers 'Warm Bodies'

The "Warm Bodies" star explained how she wrapped her head around portraying attraction to the undead. Good, cause we needed the heads up.

My Favorite Movie: Gina Carano

"Haywire" star Gina Carano tells us why she loves Patricia Arquette in "True Romance."

Q&A: 'Haywire' Star Gina Carano on Beating Up Famous Actors

MMA fighter Gina Carano shares her experience of acting for the first time in Steven Soderbergh's action movie "Haywire."

Golden Globe Predictions 2012: Who Will Win at the Globes?

Now that almost all the Golden Globes 2012 nominees are in theaters, we're predicting who seems destined to win, and who might end up disappointed on January 15 when the winners are announced.

How the Oscars Dropped the Ball (Again) With New Documentary Rule

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has instituted a policy in which all entries for documentary feature must receive a review in either the New York Times or the Los Angeles Times in order to be eligible for consideration.

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