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November 14, 2005 | Susan King
Before production began on "Walk the Line," the biographical drama about the early life and career of country legend Johnny Cash, director James Mangold told Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon to concentrate on the internal research for their lead roles. "I wanted to send my actors off on their journey to find their hearts and not the facts" of the characters, Mangold says. "I would make sure that the facts were together.
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February 21, 2006 | From a Times staff writer
"Crash" and "Walk the Line" shared top honors at the American Cinema Editors' 56th annual awards. Hughes Winborne picked up the award for "Crash" as the best edited dramatic feature film of 2005, and Michael McCusker won for "Walk the Line" as best edited comedy or musical feature film. They'll face off against one another in the Academy Awards' editing category next month, along with "Munich," "Cinderella Man" and "The Constant Gardener."
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February 21, 2006 | From a Times staff writer
"Crash" and "Walk the Line" shared top honors at the American Cinema Editors' 56th annual awards. Hughes Winborne picked up the award for "Crash" as the best edited dramatic feature film of 2005, and Michael McCusker won for "Walk the Line" as best edited comedy or musical feature film. They'll face off against one another in the Academy Awards' editing category next month, along with "Munich," "Cinderella Man" and "The Constant Gardener."
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November 14, 2005 | Susan King
Before production began on "Walk the Line," the biographical drama about the early life and career of country legend Johnny Cash, director James Mangold told Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon to concentrate on the internal research for their lead roles. "I wanted to send my actors off on their journey to find their hearts and not the facts" of the characters, Mangold says. "I would make sure that the facts were together.
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January 21, 2006 | Geoff Boucher, Times Staff Writer
THE first sound is a toddler huffing into a microphone, a sound familiar to any parent who has vainly tried to coax a child into speaking for posterity. The next sound is the child's father. His voice, a hickory rumble, is instantly recognizable as the late, great Johnny Cash. "Rosanne, say 'C'mon.'
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