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'Saving Private Ryan' among films being preserved

European films dominate for foreign language Oscar

New 'Annie' movie less about 'Tomorrow' and all about today

Darren Aronofsky tied to biopic on serial killing nurse Charles Cullen

U.S. racial justice quest comes full circle in film 'Selma'

Bradley and Sienna Are Taking the Pressure

AP's top 10 movies of the year

Movie world fears for freedom of speech as N Korea parody pulled

Celebrities react to latest Sony hack developments

'Exodus: Gods and Kings' conquers the box office

Obama warns N. Korea over Sony hack: 'We will respond'

Wranglers say 'Hobbit' animals died on unsafe farm

With 'Skyfall,' Craig puts his stamp on Bond

Anti-Obama doc highlights weak Hollywood newcomers

Rebel Wilson brings quirky comedy to film and TV

Spike Lee in London to cheer on the Knicks

Netflix shuffles the TV deck with 'House of Cards'

'Cabaret' celebrates 41st birthday with a party

Sam Mendes, Tori Amos set for UK National Theatre

Emmys live up to unpredictable nature

'12 Years a Slave:' an American story unearthed by British filmmaker

Spacey says TV must adapt to viewer demand or die

‘Captain Phillips' review: Taut suspense, iffy racial politics, unfussy...

Blue Cross reaches out over insurance law changes

Scientists Higgs, Englert given Spanish awards

Sundance competitor 'Sepideh' gets iTunes release

"Gravity" leads BAFTA noms, "Frozen" tops music charts

Oscar snubs hit Aussies, Hollywood elite

Oscar nominations: 'American Hustle,' 'Gravity,' '12 Years a Slave' lead...

With SAG win, 'Hustle' has Oscar look of 'Argo'

Golden Globes 2014: 'American Hustle' and '12 Years a Slave' lead...

The human face of the Egyptian uprising

Review: Reeves comes off bogus in 'Ronin'

Sly Stallone likes Karl's 'natural humility'

African art star Samuel Fosso returns to boyhood home Nigeria

Death mystery fuels JFK movie, book industry

Director sees drama migrating from big screen to TV

JC Chandor gains a Cannes hit with 'All Is Lost'

'Elementary' brings a stateside Sherlock to London

Ken Burns, Mukherjee collaborate on cancer project

Cannes: James Franco builds a bookish filmography

Review: 'Black Nativity' is bold but clumsy

"12 Years," "Hustle" Critics' Choice Movie noms

In diverse US, Santa Claus has many faces, races

No Reluctance to release 'Fundamentalist' film

Hollywood yielding to China's growing film clout

Ebert showed willingness to adapt to new media