In his 2010 film The Other Guys, writer/director Adam McKay masked his disgust with the Great Recession and the financial industry in a Will Ferrell comedy. The end credits even came with nifty infographics explaining just how bad greed has gotten in the corporate world. The message didn’t take. Nobody
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In honor of the March 11th Blu-ray and DVD release of Out of the Furnace we’re taking a look at some of the most distinctive styles of the chameleon actor. READ || Christian Bale’s Top 5 Roles BLUE-COLLAR BALE In Out of the Furnace, Bale plays Russell Baze, a down-on-his-luck steel
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Members of the motion-picture academy could begin voting for the Oscars as early as Dec. 27, and today marks the final day on which they can turn in their ballots. In other words, nothing that happens after today – save for some kind of technical glitch with the electronic voting