Now that Cannes is underway, we're starting the nine-month tick towards awards season -- with the Coens' "Inside Llewyn Davis" already looking like a Best Picture potential, if the Cannes reviews are anything to go by. And DreamWorks is celebrating the gearing up of the Oscar-hunting machinery by shuffling around a couple of their release dates. First, and most importantly, is "The Fifth Estate," Bill Condon's tale of Wikileaks co-founders Julian Assange and Daniel Domscheit-Berg. The film's hotly anticipated not just because of its controversial subject matter, which threatens to draw heat both from the Establishment and from Assange's supporters, but also because it stars internet sensation and "Star Trek Into Darkness" villain Benedict Cumberbatch as Assange. He leads an ace cast, including Daniel Bruhl, Dan Stevens, Alicia Vikander, Carice Van Houten, Anthony Mackie, Stanley Tucci, Laura Linney and Peter Capaldi, so it's no surprise that awards-watchers have had their eye on...
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One year ago the Pacers grabbed homecourt advantage and a 2-1 lead in their Eastern semifinal before LeBron James and Dwyane Wade exploded offensively, winning the next three games for Miami en route to the title. Some things haven't changed: Wade is hurting physically now, as he was last year, and the Pacers will be hoping to exploit their advantage in size. But there are also two crucial differences: Miami enters this rematch with the confidence of a defending champion, while the Pacers' leading scorer of one year ago, All-Star veteran Danny Granger, has been injured and replaced by Paul George, a third-year small forward just finishing his first year as an All-Star.
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