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Diane Kruger.

Diane Kruger’s new movie won the Golden Globe for best foreign film — and it was so emotionally devastating she couldn’t work for 6 ...

Diane Kruger's movie "In the Fade" won a Golden Globe, and the Oscar hype for her performance builds.
"The Shape of Water."

Guillermo del Toro’s ‘The Shape of Water’ leads the Golden Globes race with 7 nominations — here’s why you should see it...

Director Guillermo del Toro shows once again he's one of the most visionary storytellers working today with "The Shape of Water."
"I, Tonya."

Margot Robbie gives a career-defining performance playing Tonya Harding in her new movie

The movie "I, Tonya" is a hilarious (and disturbing) look at the life of Tonya Harding that showcases Margot Robbie's talents.

‘The Disaster Artist’ is the most fun you’ll have at the movies this year, and James Franco should get Oscar attention

James Franco directs "The Disaster Artist," a behind-the-scenes look on the making of cult hit, "The Room."
"Call Me by Your Name."

‘Call Me by Your Name’ is a moving and playful love story that showcases Armie Hammer’s star quality

Armie Hammer shows be can play a leading man with his performance in "Call Me by Your Name."

George Clooney’s latest directing effort is embarrassingly awful

George Clooney took an old Coen Brothers script to make "Suburbicon."
Tatiana Maslany and Jake Gyllenhaal in "Stronger."

Jake Gyllenhaal delivers an incredibly powerful performance in ‘Stronger’ that could lead to Oscar consideration

In the movie "Stronger," Jake Gyllenhaal shows once more why he's one of the best actors working today.

Jennifer Lawrence’s new movie is an ambitious look at today’s world, but it falls short of delivering

Darren Aronofsky takes Jennifer Lawrence on a strange trip into human nature with "mother!"

Liam Neeson says he’s done making action movies, despite the ‘serious money’ being thrown at him

Halfway through his sixties, Liam Neeson says he's ready to stop fighting mobs of faceless assailants in films like "Taken" and focus on more serious roles.