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    Watch: New Trailer For 'The Expendables 3' Gives A Fresh Roll Call, Plus 16 New Character posters

    This summer, you're get a movie in which Kellan Lutz is considered as much of an action star as Arnold Schwarzenegger. Welcome the strange world of "The Expendables 3," a franchise which has morphed from "let's celebrate the action olds!" to "who can we get to up the irony factor?"

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    Kelsey Grammer Takes Nicolas Cage's Role In 'The Expendables 3'

    Who would've though that one day, the guy who was best known for playing the neurotic Dr. Frasier Crane on not one, but two long-running hit sitcom series would become a franchise regular? Well, it looks like that's the odd career path being taken by one Kelsey Grammer. Already lined up with a bad g...

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    Dr. Frasier Crane & Sideshow Bob Is Going To Be The Bad Guy In 'Transformers 4'

    Well, there's no doubt that Kelsey Grammer knows how to play bad. For years he terrorized Bart Simpson as the voice of Sideshow Bob on "The Simpsons," and the recently canceled "Boss" found him as a scheming politician. But he also knows how to turn a phrase and work it over, as he adeptly showed pa...

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    So, Kelsey Grammer & Martin Lawrence Might Make A Sitcom Together

    Though “Boss” was recently cancelled by Starz after two seasons, Kelsey Grammer has already lined up his next small screen venture, a series that surely would have blown minds in the mid-nineties. Deadline is reporting that the “Frasier” star is planning to produce and featur...

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    Starz Ends the Reign of Kelsey Grammer Political Drama 'Boss'

    It had a great leading turn from Kelsey Grammer as ruthless (and terminally ill) Mayor Tom Kane. It featured a smart if breathtakingly cynical take on Chicago politics. It was created by Farhad Safinia (writer of "Apocalypto") and had no less than Gus Van Sant as the director of ...

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    In Its Second Season, 'Boss' Remains the Darkest Political Drama on Air

    "Veep," "Political Animals," "Scandal" -- if you were to take a measure simply from scripted TV, our view of politics has become cynical indeed (and not without justification). But none of them can top Starz drama "Boss," the second season of which starts...

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    5 Best Things to Watch on TV This Week: Art Scene Girls, Unemployment and Kelsey Grammer

    Sure, Sunday remains overcrowded with high-end TV like "True Blood," "The Newsroom," "Weeds" and "Breaking Bad," but what to watch the rest of the week? Every Monday, we bring you a guide to five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of the week.

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    Watch Trailer For Season 2 Of 'Boss' (Sanaa Lathan, T.I. Join Cast; Rotimi, James V. Meredith Return)

    I guess I should start watching Boss with season 2 set to premiere on Friday, August 17, on Starz; a few black actors of note on this show, as the below trailer for the upcoming new season shows, including the divine Sanaa Lathan, who joined the cast of the Golden Globe-winning drama ...

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    MATT ZOLLER SEITZ: When great TV shows disappoint

    As regular readers know, I sometimes fall head-over-heels in love with promising new shows, and when they deliver a problematic or outright bad episode, it’s disillusioning. I tell myself it’s the nature of the beast — that it’s hard to make just one great half-hour or hour-long episode, let alone 1...

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    Review: 'I Don't Know How She Does It' Is A Pained, Unfunny, Politically Questionable Bore

    One of the "charmingly neurotic" tics of the main character of "I Don't Know How She Does It," played brittlely and with affected strain by Sarah Jessica Parker, is making to-do lists. Since the year is 2011 and editing software has come a long way, we see her visualize the list as the prepares for sleep – everything from arranging her daughter's play date to doing some Kegel exercises (yes, seriously) – with words and small images appearing tattooed on the ceiling of her bohemian chic Boston apartment (accompanied by a never-ending stream of voice-over narration). While watching "I Don't Know How She Does It," which at a swift 89 minutes sti...

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