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    Heather Graham and Kiernan Shipka Bring Gothic Favorite 'Flowers in the Attic' to the Small Screen on Lifetime

    When introducing Lifetime's upcoming original movie "Flowers in the Attic," the network's general manager Robert Sharenow described the plot, which is adapted from V.C. Andrews best-selling 1979 novel, as a classic coming of age story -- which is an amusingly subdued way to describe a torrid psychol...

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    Guillermo Del Toro's 'The Strain' Gets Series Order, Will Start Airing July 2014 & More TV Dial News

    It may have taken Guillermo Del Toro five years between "Hellboy II: The Golden Army" and this summer's "Pacific Rim," but the filmmaker isn't wasting a hot second as he heads in 2014. He'll kick off the year shooting "Crimson Peak" and by time the summer arrives he'll be on the small screen too.

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    Watch: The Trailer for Lifetime's New Adaptation of 'Flowers in the Attic' Features Ellen Burstyn, Kiernan Shipka, Heather Graham and Plenty of Family Drama

    Lifetime's got a new adaptation of V.C. Andrews' 1979 gothic novel "Flowers in the Attic" in the works, and the first trailer has arrived.

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    Heather Graham Talks About Roles for Women, Sexuality and Expectations

    Last week, we reported that Michelle Rodriguez, fed up with the writing of female characters, has been doing her own writing. And it looks like Heather Graham is doing the same thing.

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    Over 40 New Images From 'The Hangover Part 3' Get You Ready For The Return Of The Wolf Pack

    At the end of the month, you'll be faced with making the decision of which bros who you want to hang out with -- Vin and the boys in "Fast & Furious 6" or the Wolf Pack in "The Hangover Part III"? It's gasoline vs.alcohol, Las Vegas vs. London (and other exotic locales), and Luke Evans vs. John Good...

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    The Playlist Bares All: 20 Unforgettable Nude Scenes

    Not to dick around, but we've got nudity on the boob right now. Mind. On the mind. Thing is, with an intriguing article over at EW exploring the death of the movie sex scene and the rise of the New Prudishness, with waves made over Kristen Stewart's nudity and handjobs in "On the Road´╗┐," and now wit...

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    Melanie Lynskey & Paul Schneider Say 'Goodbye To All That'; Nate Parker Goes 'Non-Stop'; Adam Brody Has A 'Baggage Claim' & More

    In today’s casting round-up, we have updates on a screenwriter’s directorial debut, another airplane-set thriller, an indie comedy about a man and his genitalia, and a romantic comedy set around a flight attendant.

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    10 New Photos From 'At Any Price' Starring Zac Efron & Dennis Quaid

    To play one early September festival could be seen as a shot in the dark, but if you manage to hit the trifecta of Venice, Telluride and TIFF, you know that the people behind the film have got some confidence in the finished product. Not many films ticked all three destinations off their box this ye...

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    Telluride Review: Dennis Quaid, Zac Efron and a Tense Final Act Nearly Salvage Ramin Bahrani's Middling 'At Any Price'

    "Expand or die" is the mantra spouted by farmers in Ramin Bahrani's "At Any Price," a menacing slogan that reflects the explosion of the cornfield market into a $2 trillion industry. It also provides a reminder of the movie's production conditions when compared to everyth...

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    Venice Review: Ramin Bahrani's 'At Any Price' A Patchy But Powerful Melodrama With A Fantastic Performance By Dennis Quaid

    The first three feature films by Ramin Bahrani – 2005’s “Man Push Cart,” 2007’s “Chop Shop” and 2008’s “Goodbye Solo” -- were extremely well-regarded by festival and art-house crowds (Roger Ebert called Bahrani “the director of t...

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