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2009 Sundance Announces Premieres, Other Categories

Many star-studded films will premiere at the legendary festival. Read more »

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Golden Globe Nominees

Revolutionary Road was able to gain back some momentum and Tom Cruise snagged a surprise nod. Read more »

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Golden Globes

Kate Winslet won two acting awards, and Slumdog Millionaire snagged Best Drama. What does it all mean to the Oscars? Read more »

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'Knight' Crosses $500 Million Mark

With a strong three-day performance this holiday weekend, The Dark Knight was able to cross another important milestone. Read more »

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BFCA Announces Nominees

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Milk received the most nominations from the Broadcast Film Critics Association. Read more »

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New Boxoffice Weekly on the iPad: Back-stabbing, Boxing Lessons and the Secret Life of Jackie Chan

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SAG Nominees Announced

Doubt is the big winner with five nominations. Meanwhile, The Dark Knight was not included in the Best Ensemble list. Read more »

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Oscar Nominees Announced

BOXOFFICE takes a look at this year's batch of Academy Award nominees. Who made the cut? Who was snubbed? Read more »

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Being Charlie Kaufman

BOXOFFICE caught up with Charlie Kaufman to discuss his complex directorial debut, Synecdoche, New York. Read more »

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Holding Her Own

BOXOFFICE spoke to Viola Davis about her commanding performance opposite Meryl Streep in Doubt. Read more »

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More Reviews

BOXOFFICE weighs in on two radically different, yet equally praised, films that premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival. Read more »

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'Footloose' Co-Star Miles Teller On Becoming A Movie Star Without Liking Movies

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Scientology's Summer of Pain: Why it Makes 'The Master' Smile

P.T. Anderson couldn't be happier at all the free publicity his prestige flick is getting Read more »

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