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The top stories of the week from TOH!

Box Office:

Scarlett Johansson Is Two for Two This Weekend as "Under the Skin" Marks 2014's Second Best Limited Opener

Weekend Top Ten Box Office: Marvel's "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" Smashes the Field

Features:

Career Watch: How Should Scarlett Johansson Use Her Box Office Superpowers?

Meet the Boise Film Underground, a Band of Indie Filmmakers Hard at Work in Idaho

TOH! Ranks the Films of Jim Jarmusch

Festivals:

The 17th Sonoma International Film Festival: Wine, Docs and Food Films

Interviews:

Behind the High-Frame-Rate Restoration of "Oklahoma!" Opening TCM Festival

With "Joe," Nic Cage Gives His Best Performance Since "Bad Lieutenant," Insists He's Always Indie

News:

Baltasar Kormakur Launches "Trapped," Icelandic Crime Series

"Chef" First Look: Favreau's Indie Road Movie Is Food Porn

Gregg Araki's Controversial New Film "White Bird in a Blizzard" Gets a Distributor

In Must-See "Locke," Tom Hard Is Under Pressure

Meet Nell Shipman, "Girl from God's Country" and Silent Film Pioneer Who Fled Hollywood for Idaho

Lionsgate Follows Twilight/Lionsgate Template by Extending "Divergent" Trilogy

RaDiUS-TWC Partners with Blum and Duplass on "Creepy" Trilogy, "Utterly Insane New Franchise" (EXCLUSIVE VIDEO)

"Transcendence" Director Pfister Talks Perseverance: "Do not give up"

Why Ray Winstone Is Perfect for That "Point Break" Remake

Reviews:

Five Films to See or Not-to-See This Weekend, from "Joe" to Jarmusch's "Only Lovers Left Alive"

Nicolas Cage Returns to His Naturalist Roots in "Joe," Directed by David Gordon Green

Television:

The Profound Realism of "Game of Thrones," Now Renewed for Fifth and Sixth Seasons

The Top Ten "Mad Men" Episodes (So Far)

Why the Penultimate Season of "Justified" Was One of the Show's Best

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