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This photo released by Relativity Media shows Jillian Estell, left, and Kevin Costner, in a scene from Relativity Media's "Black or White."  (AP Photo/Relativity Media, Tracy Bennett)

“Inspired by a true incident” per the opening credits, the screenplay by Binder paints a broad but credible portrait of a fractured family living on opposite sides of L.A.’s racial barrier, with Elliot carousing around his massive suburban mansion while Rowena shelters relatives in a Compton abode across the street from a crack den.

Eddie Redmayne accepts the award for outstanding performance by a male actor in a leading role for “The Theory of Everything” at the 21st annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at the Shrine Auditorium on Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Vince Bucci/Invision/AP)

“Actors love this movie for showing the courage actors have to kind of go out there and lay it on the line,” ”Birdman” star Michael Keaton said backstage at the SAG Awards. He accepted the best ensemble award with his co-stars including Emma Stone, Edward Norton and Zach Galifianakis.

This image released by Cinelou Films shows Jennifer Aniston, left, and Chris Messina in a scene from "Cake."  (AP Photo/Cinelou Films)

“Cake,” in which Jennifer Aniston plays a bitterly grieving, caustically acerbic and chronically pained Los Angeles woman, belongs to a contrived kind of low-budget movie — drab and depressed, but predictably poignant — just as artificial as any blockbuster convention.

In this image released by Lionsgate, Johnny Depp appears in a scene from "Mortdecai." (AP Photo/Lionsgate, David Appleby)

“Mortdecai” is based on the first in a series of irreverent comic novels by Kyril Bonfiglioli, a British author of Italian and Slovenian heritage. Published in the 1970s, the books chronicle the amoral antics of aristocratic British art dealer Lord Charlie Mortdecai (Depp), who is aided on his drink-sodden adventures by his thuggish but resourceful and sexually irresistible manservant Jock Strapp (Paul Bettany).

This photo released by Universal Pictures shows, Ryan Guzman, left, as Noah and Jennifer Lopez as Claire Peterson in a scene from the film, "The Boy Next Door." (AP Photo/Universal Pictures, Suzanne Hanover)

Set in an unidentified section of Southern California, the movie finds literature teacher Claire Peterson (Lopez) separated from her husband for almost a year but not quite ready to move on, however much her best friend/sassy vice principal (Kristin Chenoweth) urges her to do so.

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