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 Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac in "A Most Violent Year."
Jessica Chastain and Oscar Isaac in "A Most Violent Year."

Movie review: ‘A Most Violent Year' a tale of risky dealings in 1981 New York

“A Most Violent Year,” starring Oscar Isaac, Jessica Chastain and David Oyelowo, is set in gritty, crime-ridden 1981 New York.

New WGN America series to film in Western Pennsylvania

The series “Outsiders” follows the Appalachian Farrell family, who, according to WGN America, live off the grid and above the law on a

 Kevin Costner and Jillian Estell star in "Black or White."

Movie review: Tug of war over biracial child loses steam

“Black or White” is just that, a drama about whether a girl should stay with her white granddad or live with her African-American grandma.

 Fallingwater, which overhangs a waterfall on Bear Run in Fayette County, was built in 1936 for Pittsburgh department store owner Edgar Kaufmann Sr.

Fallingwater one of 10 Wright structures nominated for World Heritage List

If approved by UNESCO in 2016, the nominations would be the first World Heritage listings in the field of modern architecture in the U.S.

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Producer of 'A Most Violent Year' thanks Jessica Chastain for casting

Producer Neal Dodson talks about the serendipity of casting “A Most Violent Year” and re-creating 1981 New York there and in Detroit.

'Black Sea' director found perfect guy in Jude Law

Actor Jude Law taps into his character-actor side to play a treasure-hunting submarine captain in the new thriller, “Black Sea.”



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