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    Why 'Man Seeking Woman' Switched to 'Women Seeking Man,' And Simon Rich's Hopes for Season 2

    "I think that all the episodes are really personal for all of us. I know that sounds like a cop out, but it's true."

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    'Man Seeking Woman' Renewed for Second Season by FXX

    The first original series for the new network, "Man Seeking Woman" has been received well by critics and viewers alike.

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    'Man Seeking Woman' Creator Simon Rich on Romantic Comedy, Male Privilege and Monsters

    "For all of Josh’s complaining, for all of Josh’s misery, he really has nothing to complain about."

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    Watch: New FXX Series 'Man Seeking Woman' Trailer Takes Dating Down the Rabbit Hole

    "Man Seeking Woman" stars Jay Baruchel as the ever-lovelorn, slightly clueless Josh Greenberg -- it sounds like an adorable new rom-com sitcom, doesn't it? Except not really.

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    Watch: A Shy Jay Baruchel Gets Heart Broken (And Eaten) in FXX's 'Man Seeking Woman'

    FXX's new show gives the friend-zone a whole new meaning in two new teasers.

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    Review: 'How To Train Your Dragon 2' Is A Satisfying, If Slightly Inferior Sequel

    For most of their history, which has now lasted over 15 years ("Antz" and "The Prince Of Egypt" both debuted in 1998), DreamWorks Animation seemed to be content with making a quick buck and raising a cheap laugh. Some of their output was better than others (the original "Shrek" at one end of the sca...

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    Cannes Review: 'How To Train Your Dragon 2' With Jay Baruchel, Cate Blanchett, Gerard Butler & More

    For most of their history, which has now lasted over 15 years ("Antz" and "The Prince Of Egypt" both debuted in 1998), DreamWorks Animation seemed to be content with making a quick buck and raising a cheap laugh. Some of their output was better than others (the original "Shrek" at one end of the sca...

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    Review: 'Don Peyote' Starring & Co-Directed By Dan Fogler Is A Bust

    I’ll say this for Dan Fogler’s “Don Peyote”: its title might be the finest play on “Quixote” in cinema history. (Sorry, 2007’s “Donkey Xote.”) Unfortunately, a pun-tastic title does not guarantee a winning film, as the makers of “R.I.P.D.” can attest. As star, co-writer, and co-director of “Don Peyo...

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    Watch: Fly High With 2 Clips And Featurette From 'How To Train Your Dragon 2'

    Sequels are hard enough, but animated sequels are arguably tougher. Why? Animation in general takes longer than live action film to make, which means that a lot of decisions about story, tone, character and more have to be made early. Do you change things up the second go-around or do you play to th...

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    Review: 'The Art Of The Steal' With Kurt Russell, Matt Dillon, Terence Stamp And Jay Baruchel

    "The Art of the Steal” isn’t just the name of Jonathan Sobol’s sophomore effort; it’s virtually a genre unto itself, thanks to countless movies about low-level con artists, their team of accomplices and the victims/ adversaries they’re trying to outwit. But even if the film doesn’t raze genre conven...

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