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    Robert Downey Jr. Preps Rehab Series For Showtime, Bryan Cranston Brings 'Dangerous Book For Boys’ To TV

    The common advice given to writers is "write what you know," but in Hollywood that advice has been tweaked a little bit. Over at Team Downey, the adage seems to be "develop what you know," and they're doing just that.

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    Why Bryan Cranston Shouldn't Tease Fans about a 'Breaking Bad' Comeback

    In an interview with CNN, Bryan Cranston said "I don't know" when asked if Walter White died at the end of AMC's wrapped show. This is not what fans need to hear.

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    Breaking Down The Monster: The Best & Worst Of 'Godzilla'

    Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros.’ “Godzilla” (our review) did so well this weekend (almost $200 million worldwide) that by Sunday they had already announced a sequel was in the works. And of course, with a massive opening like that, it’s to be expected. The monster movie is a triumph, at the very...

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    Godzilla

    "Godzilla" is a terrific piece of entertainment that doesn’t insult its audience and gives us more than our money’s worth.

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    Watch: Bryan Cranston & Alexandre Desplat Talk 'Godzilla' In 2 Featurettes Plus New Pics

    "Godzilla" stomps into theatres tomorrow night, and while our own Rodrigo Perez didn't dig the film, saying that it "abandons most of its absorbing emotional legwork for a fairly rote and straightforward rock ‘em, sock ‘em monster movie," the latter quotient is what most people are likely for. And w...

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    First Reviews Land for 'Godzilla,' Gareth Edwards' Noisy, Fascinating Blend of Art and Commerce (TRAILER)

    Early reviews are in for Gareth Edwards' monster reboot "Godzilla," which premiered in UK over the weekend and slams into US theaters on Friday, May 16.

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    Watch: ‘Godzilla’ Attacks In New Clip & TV Spot Showcasing Film’s Blend of Character And Action

    After a host of expertly realized teasers and trailers—and then a few awkward product placement spots—director Gareth Edwards’ reimagining of “Godzilla” has finally screened for critics, and the initial reactions are somewhat mixed. It’s only a week before audiences get to decide for themselves howe...

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    Review: Godzilla’ Starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Bryan Cranston & Elizabeth Olsen

    Popular culture has obviously changed dramatically since 1954 when Toho Studios released Ishirō Honda’s inaugural kaiju movie, “Godzilla.” Originally a horror/science-fiction movie, “Godzilla” and the subsequent Toho Studio movies (all 28 of them), were never really big on character. Various scienti...

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    Review: Why 'Godzilla' Is a Fascinating Attempt to Reconfigure the Hollywood Blockbuster

    Just as the reptilian beast keeps battling ahead, the movie attempts to wrestle outrageous material into something worthy of serious consideration.

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    Watch: Hunt For 'Godzilla' With 5 New Clips From The Monster Movie

    Do you hear that in the distance? Do sense something uneasy in the air? Can you feel the ground moving beneath your feet? That's Warner Bros. "Godzilla" making a steady path to theatres in two weeks time, and the anticipation is building, with five new clips from the movie arriving to raise the hair...

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