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Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio), a slave owner, holds Django's wife captive. Andrew Cooper/The Weinstein Company hide caption

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Santa (Isabel Cardoso) cares for an elderly woman as she slips into delusions, seeing her as a hunter, among other things. Adopt Films hide caption

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Adopt Films

Salesman Steve Butler (Matt Damon) faces a challenge from environmentalist Dustin Noble (John Krasinski) while trying to buy drilling rights in a small town. Scott Green/Focus Features hide caption

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt looks decidedly less jolly than Bill Murray makes him out to be in Hyde Park on Hudson. AP hide caption

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Jean Valjean and young Cosette (Isabelle Allen), two of the most iconic characters in contemporary musical theater, come to the big screen. Laurie Sparham/Universal Pictures hide caption

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Django confronts Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio), the man who owns his wife. Andrew Cooper/The Weinstein Co. hide caption

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Steve (Matt Damon), a salesman for a large oil company, visits a small town in which he hopes to buy drilling rights. Scott Green/Focus Features hide caption

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