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Hurtling across the expanding universe of Christopher Nolan’s vaulting imagination

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MCCONAUGHEY. Turns in most heartfelt portrayal in ‘Interstellar.’

Ever since “Inception,” we have been a follower and admirer of Christopher Nolan’s amazing film output, characterized by his knack for making reality turn turtle to reveal the actual meaning and essence of its heretofore recondite heart of hearts.

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Julianne Moore on Jennifer Lawrence, Kristen Stewart

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MOORE. Generating Oscar buzz for her portrayal of a woman with Alzheimer’s disease. 
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“It’s interesting because somebody just brought that up the other day,” Julianne Moore replied when I recently asked her in London about her experience working with the two most popular young actresses today in Hollywood—Jennifer Lawrence and Kristen Stewart. “This person said, ‘My gosh, you’ve worked with two of two young female leads in enormous worldwide franchises.’ What’s been interesting to me is that they’re both beautiful and talented. They’ve worn the mantle of their success very well.”

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The movies they’re making

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WALLIS. Racially blind casting for “Annie” reboot.

These days, many moviegoers are looking forward to finally watching the latest “Hunger Games” film, “Mockingjay Part 1,” as well as “Batman V Superman.” For our part, we can hardly wait to catch the new movie version of the hit musical, “Annie,” because it fields a black title character (played by the phenomenal Quvenzhané Wallis) instead of the “generic” W.A.S.P. redhead!

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Matthew McConaughey on Chris Nolan, ‘Interstellar’

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MCCONAUGHEY. “Marriage is just the beginning of something much more glorious.” RUBEN V. NEPALES

“Thank you—it’s my face creams,” Matthew McConaughey quipped when complimented about looking good at 45. It’s especially good to be Matthew McConaughey these days. After winning the Oscar and Golden Globe for “Dallas Buyers Club,” he turns in another stellar performance in, well, “Interstellar.”

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Visual effects team creates Paris, winter for this Rizal

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ALDEN Richards didn’t have to travel to Europe for this scene; the Eiffel Tower in the background was computer-generated.

For Alden Richards, portraying national hero Jose Rizal came with a truckload of physical and emotional challenges.

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