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    Watch: Trailer For Gerardo Naranjo-Directed FX Series 'The Bridge' With Demian Bichir & Diane Kruger

    Trailers for the networks' fall shows are upon us (more on that later today), and here's a daring direction for a new show: a remake of a Scandinavian crime drama! No but really, FX's “The Bridge,” a trailer for which just arrived on Indiewire, looks interesting: a police procedural featuring the po...

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    First Trailer: FX's The Bridge - Created by Meredith Stiehm

    Earlier this year, FX announced the 13 episode pick up of Meredith Stiehm's The Bridge, an adaptation of Bron about the Denmark/Sweden border.

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    Trailer: FX's New Drama 'The Bridge' Explores a Killer Working at the El Paso-Juarez Border

    FX may have the best overall average of any network with new dramas of late, coming off of a terrific first year of "The Americans" and with "American Horror Story," "Justified" and "Sons of Anarchy" all going strong in subsequent seasons.

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    Trailer Watch: New Trailer for The Host - Starring Saoirse Ronan

    Based on Stephenie Meyer's non-Twilight novel, The Host follows Melanie (Saoirse Ronan) whose body is taken over by invading aliens (led by Diane Kruger). Instead of succumbing to the alien soul in her body, Melanie and "Wanda," set out to set the humans of the world free instead of destroying earth...

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    First Look At Demian Bichir and Diane Kruger In Remake Of 'The Bridge' From 'Miss Bala' Helmer Gerardo Naranjo

    If can you weren't aware, Danish television is currently having a bit of a moment. Last month, New Yorker did a fascinating profile on the country's television industry and the popularity of their shows at home and more importantly abroad, with the politically minded "Borgen," &quo...

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    FX Orders Demian Bichir/Diane Kruger Border Drama 'The Bridge' to Series

    FX, who's had a very solid run on both the comedy and drama fronts lately, officially has a new original series. Today, the network announced a 13-episode season order to "The Bridge," an adaptation of the Scandinavian series "Bron" in which the action is moved from...

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    Jesse Eisenberg, Emile Hirsch & Diane Kruger To Star In Chris Eigeman's 'Midnight Sun'

    Even though he didn't feature in Whit Stillman's "Damsels In Distress," the last year or so has seen the director's muse Chris Eigeman, who starred in "Metropolitan," "Barcelona" and "The Last Days Of Disco," become rather more visible again. There's the potential of a reunion with his favorite dire...

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    Diane Kruger & Anton Yelchin Are Working '5 To 7'

    One of the benefits of living in Montreal (as this writer does), is being able to get a bit of European flavor, and around here the "cinq-a-sept" is sacred. The term (meaning five-to-seven) describes the after work hours in which co-workers, friends and colleagues share drinks and laughs b...

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    Wes Bentley and Brit Marling Join Malick Collaborator AJ Edwards' Lincoln Drama, 'The Green Blade Rises'

    Wes Bentley and Brit Marling have boarded "The Green Blade Rises," about Abraham Lincoln's early years. The film, from writer-director AJ Edwards and producers Terrence Malick, Nicolas Gonda and Charley Beil, will also star Diane Kruger and Jason Clarke as Lincoln's step-mother and...

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    Diane Kruger To Star In FX pilot 'The Bridge,' 'Miss Bala' Helmer Gerardo Naranjo To Direct; Plus Trailer For 'Special Forces'

    Certainly, Hollywood sat up and took notice of Gerardo Naranjo when he dropped into Cannes in 2011 with the gritty thriller "Miss Bala," and promptly blew some minds. Since then, he's lined up a number of projects, including the romantic drama "The Mountain Between Us" with M...

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