Linklater film has links to Boyhood
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US Pride cover edits out gay plot
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Brad Pitt leads Oyelowo sing-along
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The Hobbit still top of box office
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Timothy earns his Turner prize
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Oscar hopes for Imitation Game
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Miller: Hardy reminded me of Gibson
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Farrelly open to Dumb And Dumber 3
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Interview 'flown' into North Korea
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Linklater film goes on from Boyhood
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Dornan: I'm not a one trick pony
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Tourists on trail of Hobbit films
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Game of Thrones is third most pirated TV show
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Keaton doesn't feel Batman's shadow
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Wallis: Diaz motherly on Annie set
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Northern Ireland Nightlife: Botanic Inn Belfast, January 2015
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