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Richard Gere Dissects Climactic Scene from 'Arbitrage' in Latest Episode of 'The Frontrunners'

Posted by Derrick Deane on December 13, 2012

Awards season rolls on today with the Golden Globe nominations. And as the accolades continue to be doled out, we have a new episode of The Frontrunners to share!

In this latest episode, Dave Karger talks with Golden Globe nominee Richard Gere, who dissects a climactic scene from his latest film, Arbitrage. Gere talks about his approach to the scene, co-starring Brit Marling, and reveals how much of it was improv.

Take a look below and be sure to catch the full slate of The Frontrunners in our Awards Watch special section.

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