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Viewster Announces New Partnerships to Bring the Best in Festival Films to Free, Ad-Supported VOD
Viewster, a leading free service for 'on demand' movies and TV series, today announced a series of content agreements that will bring more free and streaming independent films from across the globe to viewers in the United States. Viewster has agreed with KinoNation, Renderyard and Moviehouse Entertainment to stream over 20 new titles on the site

Swift, Michele, Johansson and Wood vying for Les Miserables role
Tom Hooper is making the big-screen version of 'Les Miserables' and Taylor Swift, Lea Michele, Scarlett Johansson and Evan Rachel Wood are all in the running for the role of Eponine.

Anne Hathaway tipped to play iconic Fantine in Les Miserables movie
Anne Hathaway has been tipped as the frontrunner to land the iconic role of Fantine in a new movie version of musical Les Miserables.

Johnny Depp turns bar into 'Pirates' set
Johnny Depp was so desperate for a relaxed atmosphere on the set of the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' that he insisted on holding the rehearsals at a bar!

3 National Movie Awards for 'The King's Speech'
Multiple Oscar-winning film 'The King's Speech' dominated at the 2011 National Movie Awards, winning three top gongs.

Christian Bale wins fight for best supporting actor Oscar
British actor Christian Bale has won the best supporting actor Academy Award for portrayal of problematic boxing brother in 'The Fighter.'

List of top Bafta awards for 2011
A list of some of the winners of the 2011 Baftas awards has been revealed, and it includes British historical drama 'The King's Speech'.

'The King's Speech' wins seven awards at 2011 Baftas
British historical drama 'The King's Speech' won seven awards at the 2011 Baftas.

'The King's Speech' dominates Oscar nominations
The acclaimed British drama 'The King's Speech' has been named the Oscar frontrunner with 12 nominations.

'The King's Speech' stutter was agonising for Colin Firth
Colin Firth has revealed that his stutter for the role in 'The King's Speech' was agony.

Mike Tyson coaches George Bush in spoof of 'The King's Speech'
Former boxing champ Mike Tyson was seen playing the role of a vocal coach to a look-alike of former US President George Bush in a spoof version of 'The King's Speech'.

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