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  • FIELDS: 'Monuments Men' rescued art and history

    The National Gallery of Art stands between the White House and the Capitol, bracketed by other museums exhibiting treasures ranging from the red shoes Judy Garland wore in the movie "The Wizard of Oz" to the Apollo 11 space module that went to the moon and back, to a Leonardo da Vinci portrait reckoned as his best work short of the Mona Lisa.

  • American actor George Clooney poses for photographers on the red carpet for the screening of the movie "Monuments Men ", in Pioltello, near Milan, Italy, Monday, Feb. 10, 2014. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)

    Clooney wades into UK-Greece Parthenon Marbles row

    If George Clooney thought the battle over art's rightful ownership - the subject of his World War II movie "The Monuments Men" - was in the past, he knows better now.

  • Horizon heist had Hollywood style plot

    It was a casino caper that even Danny Ocean would have been proud to pull off.

  • This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows characters, from left, Benny, voiced by Charlie Day, Batman, voiced by Will Arnett, Vitruvius, voiced by Morgan Freeman, Wyldstyle, voiced by Elizabeth Banks and Unikitty, voiced by Alison Brie, in a scene from "The Lego Movie." (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Pictures, file)

    'Lego Movie' snaps into place with $69.1M debut

    "The Lego Movie" snapped into place for moviegoers with a $69.1 million debut. The strong opening was the biggest yet of 2014 and assured Warner Bros. of a new animated franchise devoted to the interlocking toy bricks.

  • This image released by Columbia Pictures shows Matt Damon, left, and Cate Blanchett in "The Monuments Men." (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures, Claudette Barius, file)

    'Lego Movie' opens with big $69.1M box office

    "The Lego Movie" clicked with moviegoers, assembling an exceptional $69.1 million debut at the weekend box office, according to studio estimates.

  • Horizon heist had Hollywood style plot

    It was a casino caper that even Danny Ocean would have been proud to pull off.

  • Actor George Clooney signs autographs for fans as he arrives for photo call of the film The Monuments Men during the International Film Festival Berlinale, in Berlin, Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014. (AP Photo/Axel Schmidt)

    'Monuments Men' in Europe as lost art in focus

    George Clooney's World War II art-rescue drama "The Monuments Men" made its European debut on Saturday, coinciding with a recent upsurge of interest in the fate of art looted by the Nazis. Matt Damon, Bill Murray, John Goodman and others joined Clooney to present the movie at the Berlin International Film Festival - but attention focused squarely on the director, co-writer and star.

  • From left: Dimitri Leonidas, George Clooney, John Goodman, Bob Balaban and Matt Damon star in "The Monuments Men," a movie that fails both art and people equally. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

    Movie Review: 'The Monuments Men'

    For a movie so eager to declare the value of art, "The Monuments Men" engages in precious little of it.

  • Fargo native hangs out on 'The Monuments Men' set

    A 19-year-old Fargo native who was picked from among hundreds of extras to play a brief role as "Telegraph Boy" in the new World War II movie "The Monuments Men" came away with $160, four free haircuts and a pair of socks.

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