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TOP 5: SELMA, 10 Musicals for People Who Hate Musicals, BIG EYES, IT FOLLOWS Trailer, Staff Best of 2014 Lists Happy 2015, everyone. Here's to hoping you and yours enjoyed a safe and happy holiday. With all of the madness that comes with end of year festivities behind us, it's time to get back in the swing of things, starting with a recommendation. Available now on Netflix Instant is the great romantic dramedy The One I Love. Starring Mark Duplass and Elisabeth Moss almost exclusively, the film debuted at Sundance last year and is an impressively sure-handed feature debut from director Charlie McDowell and screenwriter Justin Lader.

Call me crazy, but I’m looking forward to Project Almanac. After a few delays, Paramount debuted the film at Comic-Con in July and reactions were pretty good. Now, months after that, the found-footage time travel film is finally hitting theaters on January 30. To gear up, Paramount has released five TV spots for the film, which, follows what happens when a group of teenagers discover a device in their house that makes time travel possible.

‘Selma’ Controversy Grows Over LBJ Clash with Martin Luther King On Civil Rights Days away from the wide release of “Selma,” a controversy around the film is gaining steam as historians take issue with its depiction of president Lyndon B. Johnson clashing with Martin Luther King, Jr.

UPDATE: Master Splinter & TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES Concept Art Today, we have new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles concept art that was created by Jerad S. Marantz. The images feature alternate designs for Master Splinter and Leonardo, Raphael and Donatello. What's especially interesting is that his version of the Turtles were less bulky than the final versions. Update! Some images were removed at the request of the artist. The city needs heroes. Darkness has settled over New York City as Shredder and his evil Foot Clan have an iron grip on everything from the police to the politicians.

‘Selma’ to Screen in Selma, Alabama for Free “Selma,” the Golden Globe-nominated film about Martin Luther King Jr., will screen for free in the Alabama city that gave the film its title. “With deep gratitude to the people of Selma, Alabama, we are proud to share this powerful film depicting the historic events that took place there 50 years ago,” said Oprah Winfrey on behalf of the film’s producers. Winfrey costars in the movie as an African-American worker who joins the civil rights protests.

Call me crazy, but I’m looking forward to Project Almanac. After a few delays, Paramount debuted the film at Comic-Con in July and reactions were pretty good. Now, months after that, the found-footage time travel film is finally hitting theaters on January 30. To gear up, Paramount has released five TV spots for the film, which, follows what happens when a group of teenagers discover a device in their house that makes time travel possible.

‘Selma’ to Screen in Selma, Alabama for Free “Selma,” the Golden Globe-nominated film about Martin Luther King Jr., will screen for free in the Alabama city that gave the film its title. “With deep gratitude to the people of Selma, Alabama, we are proud to share this powerful film depicting the historic events that took place there 50 years ago,” said Oprah Winfrey on behalf of the film’s producers. Winfrey costars in the movie as an African-American worker who joins the civil rights protests.

Oprah Winfrey Explains Why She Agreed to ‘Selma’ After Turning Down Role It took more than just pleas from “Selma” director Ava DuVernay to convince Oprah Winfrey to join the film’s cast. In fact, the TV mogul and actress said it was a story about the real-life Civil Rights activist she portrays that finally persuaded her to change her mind. In a previous interview with TheWrap, DuVernay revealed Winfrey “did not want to do it” and had to be asked several times. Winfrey explained in an E!

See the Anatomy of a Scene with Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar' If you haven't gotten a chance to see Interstellar yet, the Christopher Nolan directed film is still playing in theaters amidst all the releases that arrived on Christmas Day. But for those who have already seen the film, now you can take the time to examine a scene, complete with some narration from Nolan himself explaining the anatomy of the scene. The particular sequence highlighted is Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway landing on the water planet.

Oprah Winfrey Explains Why She Agreed to ‘Selma’ After Turning Down Role It took more than just pleas from “Selma” director Ava DuVernay to convince Oprah Winfrey to join the film’s cast. In fact, the TV mogul and actress said it was a story about the real-life Civil Rights activist she portrays that finally persuaded her to change her mind. In a previous interview with TheWrap, DuVernay revealed Winfrey “did not want to do it” and had to be asked several times. Winfrey explained in an E!

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