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The Story Behind Somewhere
Sofia Coppola presents her fourth feature
 Your name is Sofia Coppola. Your first four films were runaway hits. You picked up an Oscar for Lost In Translation, as well as a cupboard load of Golden Globes. You’ve just wrapped your latest movie, Marie Antoinette, which scooped another Academy Award (this one for the costumes). What next?

The Story Behind Somewhere

Sofia Coppola presents her fourth feature

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District 9 director and star to reunite for Elysium
District 9 duo Neill Blomkamp and Sharlto Copley are reuniting for new sci-fi action movie Elysium.The pair made waves last year with their political spin on typical alien movies, generating one of the most talked about films of 2009 in District 9.So it’s good to hear that they’re sticking to similar sci-flick terrain as their first gig.

District 9 director and star to reunite for Elysium

District 9 duo Neill Blomkamp and Sharlto Copley are reuniting for new sci-fi action movie Elysium.

The pair made waves last year with their political spin on typical alien movies, generating one of the most talked about films of 2009 in District 9.

So it’s good to hear that they’re sticking to similar sci-flick terrain as their first gig.

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60 Movie Characters Who Should Get Married
29. Captain Jack Sparrow and Bellatrix Lestrange
Why? Because they’re the light and dark side of the same ramshackle, Victorian urchin-slang-speaking coin. Two peas in a pod.The Wedding: An irritatingly rakish affair, with the “dearly beloved” replaced with a host of “me dearies” and “me hearties”.The Honeymoon: The pair head to “Ye Olde England” to open a shoe-shining business with Russell Brand.The Divorce: Voldemort casts a swift spell that strikes the duo dumb. Unable to bond over saucy witticisms, the pair inevitably drift apart.

60 Movie Characters Who Should Get Married

29. Captain Jack Sparrow and Bellatrix Lestrange

Why? Because they’re the light and dark side of the same ramshackle, Victorian urchin-slang-speaking coin. Two peas in a pod.

The Wedding:
An irritatingly rakish affair, with the “dearly beloved” replaced with a host of “me dearies” and “me hearties”.

The Honeymoon: The pair head to “Ye Olde England” to open a shoe-shining business with Russell Brand.

The Divorce: Voldemort casts a swift spell that strikes the duo dumb. Unable to bond over saucy witticisms, the pair inevitably drift apart.