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Bobby 'Slick' Leonard: Heart of a Hoosier, Reviewed

“Bobby ‘Slick’ Leonard: Heart of a Hoosier” depicts the impact one man can have on a family, a team, a city.

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Tweets of the Week: 'The Fault' Film, Horse Racing & Celebs Collide

Via @JoshuaOwen: “The saddest part of The Fault In Our Stars, was definitely when Augustus fell into the chocolate river and got sucked up into the tube. Sorry for the spoiler.”

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'The Fault in Our Stars' May Falter at Box Office

While the teen crowd obsesses rabidly over its favorite YA literary characters, its passion often burns out as quickly as a post-prom afterglow.

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Review: The Fault in Our Stars Film Stays Faithful

The film is certainly carried by the performances of Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort as its star-crossed, cancer-stricken couple, but it receives much-needed doses of gravitas and vigor from Willem Defoe as the eccentric author of the book over which Hazel and Augustus bond.

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Ryan Hunter-Reay, John Green & David Letterman Cross Paths in NYC

Hunter-Reay was in the New York neighborhood of Green’s movie premiere to film an episode of The Late Show. Here’s what happened.

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Editor's Note: June 2014

There’s a worry when profiling someone as universally beloved as John Green that the story will become a hagiography. The brains behind the bestselling novel The Fault in Our Stars couldn’t be as good-hearted and scandal-free as he seems, right?

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Greenlight! John Green's Next Blockbuster Film?

With John Green’s latest novel, The Fault in Our Stars, getting the Hollywood treatment, we decided to play casting director for his previous books.

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A Roundup of Indiana's Top Monsters

The new Godzilla movie hit theaters this month, but Indiana residents who crave monster thrills needn’t settle for a Japanese import. Per certain sources, our state is crawling (and slithering and flying) with home-grown horrors.

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Film About LGBT Jews to Play at New Film Fest

What’s striking about Trembling is the silence and the secrecy about such desires that pervade most Orthodox Jewish communities.

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New Jewish Film Festival Debuts May 3

About a year ago, Indy lawyer Bob Epstein looked around the country and realized there are about 60 Jewish film festivals—even one in South Bend—but that Indianapolis had never had one.

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John Green Goes To the MTV Movie Awards

He should probably get used to the fame, as The Fault in Our Stars will surely be a juggernaut at next year’s MTV Movie Awards.

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IMA Releases Summer Nights Film Series Schedule

The Indianapolis Museum of Art is trying to make “fetch” happen, as it will show Mean Girls and 11 more cult-favorite and classic-hit films.

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Portrait of the Unknown Artist: New at Indiana State Museum

James Spencer Russell enjoyed an impressive career in New York in the ’60s, when his work—which ranged from Pop to Abstract Expressionism—was shown at the Smithsonian and featured in the movie Midnight Cowboy.

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Oscar Staple Meryl Streep Coming to IU

For her role as a pill-popping matriarch in this season’s August: Osage County, Streep has been nominated in the Best Actress category at Sunday’s Academy Awards. It’s the eighteenth nomination of her film career, more than any other actor in history.

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The New Indy Must-Do List: Attend These Events

Eleven parties, festivals, and games you won’t want to miss in 2014.

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