Kaya Scodelario and Jessica Biel star in this movie from Tribeca Film.
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Viola Davis to star in Shonda Rhimes’ 'How to Get Away With Murder' Rashida Jones’ parents -- Quincy Jones and Peggy Lipton -- are joining her TBS pilot “Tribeca”
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The biggest Austin party of the year just keeps getting bigger
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Sony Pictures Classics nabs rights to 'Love is Strange'
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Paul Walker, the star of "The Fast and The Furious" franchise ...
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DC Comics' solicitation information for March 2014
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Big stars and impressive directors for premiere slate
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A gunslinging con man develops a tricky scheme to make a killing at a major poker tournament in this comic Western inspired by the popular television show. Mel Gibson assumes the role of Bret Maverick, the handsome rogue who hopes to cheat his way to success. In need of a large stake to enter a major card competition on a Louisiana steamboat, Maverick decides to take advantage of a few small-town poker players. These include the seemingly sweet Annabelle Bransford (Jodie Foster) and the intimidating Angel (Alfred Molina), neither of whom is too happy about their loss. Things become even more complicated for Maverick when the law gets involved, with Marshal Zane Cooper (James Garner, who played the role of Maverick in the original television series) giving chase. A series of stagecoach chases, complicated cons, and gun battles ensues, with Annabelle and Maverick finding time for plenty of flirtation along the way. ~ Judd Blaise, All Movie Guide
Type: Event | Date: Friday, Oct 9, 2009
Nick Hornby (About a Boy) adapted this coming-of-age story set in straight-laced, 1960s London just before it began to swing.