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The End of Girls, Mad Max: Fury Road‘s Big Win & More

Here's what's happening in the world film that we're reading about today.

First, have you checked out our interview with The Hateful Eight's makeup department head Heba Thorisdottir? Not yet? Well here you go.

Speaking of The Hateful Eight, Vulture sat down with Walton Goggins, who talks in similar familial terms to Thorisdottir when discussing working on a Tarantino film. 

Variety's film critics have selected their nominees for the Academy Awards. There's a lot of surprising, probably-not-going-to-happen calls here.

E! Online say their sources have confirmed that Lena Dunham's Girls is ending after its' 6th season. Don't freak out just yet, Girls fans—we haven't even started season five yet.

Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller accepted the National Board of Reviews' top prize for best film last night. The Hollywood Reporter takes you inside the event, in which the stars of the show were a couple of gentlemen of a certain age—69-year-old Sylvester Stallone, who won best supporting actor, and Ridley Scott, who at 78 won best director.

45 Years is a film you should see (we discussed it in this piece after seeing at the Middleburg Film Festival), and one of the major reasons is Charlotte Rampling, who gives an astonishing performance (the last shot is one of the best of the year, period). The New York Times Carpetbagger blog catches up with the "elusive, slow-burning actress."

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