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Come on Baby Drive My Car, Ansel Elgort

  AUSTIN, TEXAS – It would be hard to imagine a more polite and affable young man than Ansel Elgort. He’s also tall (6’3″), handsome and refreshingly modest. Meeting up with him at the recent SXSW Festival, Ansel gives the impression that he’s almost embarrassed that anyone would want to ask him questions about his life and work. But even though he’s just turned 23, he’s already racked up impressive credits in The Fault in Our Stars and…

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Kirsten Dunst Talks the Beguiled and Sophia Coppola

KIRSTEN DUNST – THE BEGUILED by Jan Janssen CANNES –  Kirsten Dunst has worked with some of Hollywood’s top directors, but Sofia Coppola has always had a special connection to her.  First with The Virgin Suicides and then with Marie Antoinette, Dunst saw Coppola as both a friend and mentor.  Now, with THE BEGUILED, the two women may have collaborated on the finest film of their respective careers. For Dunst, however, it’s their 17-year-long friendship…

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Ben Affleck – From Good Will to Gangster

LOS ANGELES –  Winning the Oscar for Argo in 2013 put Ben Affleck, actor/writer, on a whole new trajectory. He finally met the high standard he had set for himself as a screenwriter. Twenty years ago now, he and  boyhood friend from Boston, Matt Damon, won an Oscar for Good Will Hunting. Indeed Affleck rescued his Hollywood career by directing when his popularity as an actor plummeted following films like Reindeer Games (2000), Gigli (2003), Surviving…

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