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    'Walking Dead' Villain David Morrissey Takes the Lead Role in AMC Pilot 'Line Of Sight'

    English actor David Morrissey has been cast as the lead in AMC's pilot "Line of Sight," reports Deadline. Morrissey's already working with the network on "The Walking Dead," in which he played the psychopathic antagonist The Governor in the last season, a role he's set to return to in season four.

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    Review: 'Welcome To The Punch' Is A Stylish & Smart British Spin In On The Action-Thriller

    The terms "British cinema" and "action movie" tend not to go together particularly well. Maybe it's the smaller budgets at play, maybe it's an awareness that our American and Asian cousins do it better, maybe it's cultural -- most British cops don't carry weapons, for example. It's not that it hasn'...

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    Watch: James McAvoy & Mark Strong Trade Bullets In Trailer & Clip For 'Welcome To The Punch'

    Looking for the next candidate to fit into that British-indie-director-who-goes-A-list-Hollywood category? Someone to follow in the footsteps of Christopher Nolan, Rupert Wyatt, and "The Disappearance Of Alice Creed" director J. Blakeson? A strong contender is emerging in the shape of Eran...

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    Why 'The Walking Dead' is, in Its Third Season, the Most Improved Show on Television

    This time last year, at the midpoint of season two, "The Walking Dead" was just putting to rest the fruitless search for missing 12-year-old Sophia (Madison Lintz) by having her stagger out of Hershel's (Scott Wilson) barn, revealed to be dead and transformed into a walker. The quest to find Sophia,...

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    Glen Mazzara and His Cast Talk Surprises and Sacrifices in the Upcoming Season of 'The Walking Dead'

    For a TV series whose chief antagonist serves as a constant reminder of the creeping inevitability of death, "The Walking Dead" certainly is in a hurry to surprise its audience, at least according to showrunner Glen Mazzara. "One, we hit the ground running, and two, it’s go...

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    David Morrissey Talks 'Thorne,' TV vs Film and Turning Villain on 'The Walking Dead'

    Versatile Liverpool-born actor David Morrissey has taken roles ranging from prime minister-to-be Gordon Brown in Stephen Frears' "The Deal" to the Duke of Norfolk in "The Other Boleyn Girl" to the object/victim of Sharon Stone's affections in "Basic Instinct 2."...

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    5 Best Things to Watch on TV This Week: 'We Were Here' and the Return of Amy Sherman-Palladino

    Sure, with "True Blood," "Girls," "Nurse Jackie," and more, Sunday is always overcrowded with high-end TV, but what to watch the rest of the time? Each Monday, we bring you this guide to five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of the week.

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    Hayley Atwell Circles 3D 'The Return Of Captain Nemo'

    Look out Disney and David Fincher, you might be beat to the punch. While the long brewing adaptation of "20,000 Leagues Of The Sea" has been developing as a mega 3D blockbuster with James Cameron lending his technical advice and wizadry behind the scenes, and Fincher in the driver's se...

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    Brit Action-Thriller 'Welcome To The Punch' Rounds Out With An Impressive Cast

    For a film produced on a government-funded scheme that gave its recipients a budget of £100,000, Eran Creevy’s debut film, 2008’s “Shifty,” has enjoyed a long cultural half-life. Although it didn’t get a decent airing outside of the U.K. – and even then was little-seen, in spite of an array of awards and critical attention – this hasn’t diminished the prospects of its director Creevy, whose follow-up “Welcome To The Punch” has been catching our attention since it we profiled its script when it charted high on the annual Brit List some months ago. Already confirmed to star were James McAvoy (who could do with off-setting his debonair know-it-a...

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