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    TIFF Review: Kristen Wiig Shines In The Funny & Entertaining ‘Welcome To Me’

    Kristen Wiig fans, rejoice. The 'SNL' alumnus continues to quietly and steadily segue from sketch comedy on the small screen to feature length comedy on the big one, while still retaining her instinctive knack for hilarious shenanigans. “Bridesmaids” started her ascent, and we’ve already seen her th...

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    Watch: How Kristen Wiig Got Mental Illness Right in 'Welcome to Me'

    "Welcome to Me" stars Kristen Wiig and Linda Cardellini and the film's director Shira Piven sat down with Indiewire this week at the Toronto International Film Festival's Industry Conference for our annual TIFF Talks series. Here are a few video highlights.

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    Bill Murray Backs Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Emma Stone & More As Female Ghostbusters

    One of the more controversial bits of movie news of 2014 so far was the announcement that, after years of false starts, more than one different script and the recent sad passing of Harold Ramis, Sony was restarting development on a new "Ghostbusters" movie, putting it in the hands of director Paul F...

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    Jay Baruchel Is A ‘Man Seeking Woman,’ Linda Cardellini Joins Netflix Thriller, Nick Cannon Back For 'Drumline 2' & More

    Visibly more than his fellow Canadian collaborators, Jay Baruchel has retained his hometown adoration by selecting gigs set or filmed north of the border—“Cosmopolis”, “Goon”, and “Good Neighbors” to name a few—and now he’s set for a dual repeat with two projects in the works.

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    Growing Up Is Hard To Do: 'Freaks and Geeks' and the Moment Lindsay Weir Realized She'd Outgrown the Mathletes

    In the late '90s there was no shortage of television teenagers grappling with identity. On the multi-year mentorships of "Boy Meets World" and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," that meant learning how to be a responsible grown-up, how to prioritize and sacrifice and do the right thing.

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    8 Things We Learned About 'Freaks and Geeks' Creator Turned Film Director Paul Feig's Career in Comedy

    Paul Feig seems to have occupied every corner of the television and filmmaking process, from performing stand-up in Detroit clubs at age 15 to taking a role on "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" ("Acting is hard, but not when you're playing Eugene Pool") to helming episodes of some of the best shows on the...

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    Is the 'Mad Men' Premiere's Obsession With Mortality a Sign Another Character Death is Coming?

    Don Draper (Jon Hamm) hasn't really changed. He's gotten older, wiser in some ways and not in others, more introspective. He managed to do what many people have idly fantasized about at some point in their lives -- to shed an old identity and start fresh, to build himself a new, successful life from...

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    Watch an Episode of IFC's 'Freaks and Geeks'-esque Animated Series 'Out There' Online for Free

    "Out There," the new series starting on IFC on Friday, February 22nd, is the creation of former "South Park" animation director Ryan Quincy. Aside from also being animated, it has little in common with the Trey Parker and Matt Stone series -- "Out There" is more in the vein of "Freaks and Geeks," a ...

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    5 Things We Learned About 'Freaks & Geeks' From The AV Club's Epic Walkthrough With Paul Feig

    While the show only lasted a season (although ratings were enough that, were it on today, it would be a big hit), so much of what's proved successful in the comedy world in the last decade can be traced back to " Freaks & Geeks." Executive produced by Judd Apatow, who's been behind many of the most ...

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    'Return' Star & Director Linda Cardellini & Liza Johnson Discuss Telling The Story Of A Soldier's Transition To Civillian Life

    "Return," the feature film debut by visual artist Liza Johnson, shakes up the traditional soldier's story by centering on a female protagonist, as she adjusts to her home life following a Middle East deployment. The film stars Linda Cardellini ("Freaks and Geeks," "...

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