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Oscars: Edward R. Pressman Launching Major Awards Campaign For Jeremy Irons In ‘The Man Who Knew Infinity’

EXCLUSIVE: Throw the name Jeremy Irons into the Best Supporting Actor Oscar race, that is if producer Ed Pressman has his way. Pressman,who produced 1990’s Reversal Of Fortune (among many others), the movie that won Irons the Best Actor Oscar, is trying for a reversal of fortune for his earlier April release, The Man Who Knew Infinity  which earned a decent $4 million domestically when i
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