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Judy Greer

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    Watch: First Trailer For Jason Reitman’s ‘Men, Women & Children’ Starring Adam Sandler, Jennifer Garner & More

    Director Jason Reitman was said to have taken his loss of an Oscar for Best Screenplay for “Up In The Air” pretty hard in 2010. Along with co-writer Sheldon Turner, he had won the WGA award, which is usually a good sign that the Oscar machine seemed would deliver similarly, but Geoffrey Fletcher wo...

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    Production Starts On 'Ant-Man,' John Slattery, Bobby Cannavale, Judy Greer & Rapper T.I. Join Cast

    “LET'S. GET. small.” director Peyton Reed tweeted today. And so Marvel’s “Ant-Man” has finally kicked off production. Despite the bumps in the road —director Edgar Wright leaving the project after creative differences with Marvel— the “Ant-Man”-gate of May 2014 seems to have been all but forgotten o...

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    How 'Married' Creator Andrew Gurland Uses Indie Film 'Voyeurism' For Television

    The creator of "Married" didn't arrive at FX out of nowhere; before Andrew Gurland headed up a TV show starring Nat Faxon, Judy Greer and Paul Reiser, he was an independent filmmaker who was also one of the founders of the New York Underground Film Festival. Below, we find out how his career moved f...

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    Dawn of the Planet of the Dudes: How 'Apes' Failed Evolution

    In "Dawn of the Planet the Apes," human society is profoundly changed, and ape society is just beginning. How come neither has room for women?

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    Gravitas Ventures Picks Up U.S. Rights To Teen Horror Thriller 'Jamie Marks Is Dead'

    Sundance entry and Outfest 2014 competitor "Jamie Marks Is Dead," a teen horror thriller written and directed by famed fashion photographer and filmmaker Carter Smith ("Bugcrush", "The Ruins"), has been picked up by Gravitas Ventures for U.S. distribution.

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