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    Casting: George Clooney To Appear On 'Downton Abbey,' Elizabeth Olsen Joins 'I Saw The Light' & More

    "Downton Abbey" is about to get a major visitor. George Clooney has shot a cameo appearance on the show, with the episode set to air this Christmas. He'll play "an American character who is a guest at a wedding in the country estate" and his participation is part of the annual charity drive Text San...

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    Bobby Cannavale Joins Al Pacino & Robert De Niro In Martin Scorsese's Gangster Picture 'The Irishman'

    It seems like Bobby Cannavale might be Martin Scorsese's new favorite actor. The great, underrated character actor won an Emmy for playing the merciless villain Gyp Rosetti on the third season of "Boardwalk Empire," which in turn got him the lead role in Scorsese and Terence Winter's next HBO projec...

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    Warner Bros. Studio Post-Robinov: Do They Need a Strategy Reboot?

    The risk of changing management is that new executives face a steep learning curve. Some figure out the rules of the game fast enough to keep their jobs. Others--see Gail Berman at Paramount, Rich Ross at Disney--do not.

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    Review: 'Blended' Starring Adam Sandler And Drew Barrymore

    The on-screen pairing of Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore is one of diminishing returns. The first time they partnered up, on 199-SOMETHING amiable "The Wedding Singer," the chemistry was palpable and it was wrapped in a movie that, in retrospect, is one of the funnier, more charming films in Sandler...

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    Watch: Adam Sandler & Drew Barrymore Go On Vacation In New Trailer For 'Blended'

    Whether or not you subscribe to the law of diminishing returns, when Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore share the screen together — as they did in “The Wedding Singer” and “50 First Dates” — audiences come out and Warner Bros. hopes that the third time’s the charm with the actors’ third outing together...

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    Watch (If You Dare) The First Trailer For Adam Sandler & Drew Barrymore's Rom-Com 'Blended'

    Oh, the perils of being a female filmmaker in Hollywood. Finally making her directorial debut after a lifetime in front of the camera with 2009’s charming “Whip It,” Drew Barrymore has struggled to launch a feature length follow-up and though she is returning to the romantic comedy well, it’s not in...

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    12 Movie Stars Who Experienced Career Resurrections

    This week “The Dallas Buyers Club” opens (you can read our review here), and it features a riveting, committed, physically gruelling and very likely-to-be-Oscar-nominated performance by Matthew McConaughey. If he is nominated, however, McConaughey will be at least a little in debt to the buzz that’s...

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    Film News Round Up for July 26th: Updates on Gone Girl, Nicole Holofcener's Latest and Melissa McCarthy as a Spy

    Here's a news round up of some of the most notable news from the past couple days.

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    Trailers from Hell: Katt Shea on 'Poison Ivy,' Starring Drew Barrymore as a Teen Femme Fatale

    Femmes Fatales Week! continues at Trailers from Hell with director Katt Shea introducing her own erotic psycho-thriller "Poison Ivy," starring a teenage Drew Barrymore.

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