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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 months


Guillermo del Toro's 'The Shape of Water' leads the Golden Globes race with 7 nominations -- here's why you should see it


The cinematographer behind 'Blade Runner 2049' gives his 3 favourite movies he's shot



Diane Kruger's new movie was so emotionally devastating she couldn't work for 6 months, and was filmed during the 'darkest time' in her life


Liam Neeson says he's done making action movies, but he still has 2 last ones on the way


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



Guillermo del Toro's 'The Shape of Water' is part monster movie, part love story -- and will definitely get Oscar attention


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


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


George Clooney's latest directing effort is embarrassingly awful


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


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



18 movies coming out soon that are major Oscar contenders


'The Birth of a Nation' is a powerful movie you need to see -- despite all the controversy


How Natalie Portman nailed her incredible, Oscar-favourite performance as Jackie Kennedy


How a movie about eagle hunting nabbed a 'Star Wars' lead actor and a chart-topping singer



A new doc investigates murder allegations against John McAfee and finds chilling answers


How Natalie Portman prepared for her Oscar-worthy performance as Jackie Kennedy


Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone's 'La La Land' is a beautiful love letter to a forgotten Hollywood musical


How Netflix's new Amanda Knox documentary makes you completely rethink the case