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    TV IS THE NEW CINEMA: 'Breaking Bad' and 'Low Winter Sun' Updates, Mark Strong on Brit Actors in U.S. Series (SPOILERS)

    The big TV news this week was a breathtaking episode of "Breaking Bad" (AMC) that delivered huge surprises that were, at the same time, perfectly plausible. This is a mark of great storytelling, the ability to jolt us with startling developments we couldn't have anticipated that now seem inevitable....

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    TV IS THE NEW CINEMA: Next Time, Larry David Should Play the Cop

    The new Larry David comedy "Clear History," a feature-length one-off that he wrote and stars in, settles into an amiable groove early on and is consistently enjoyable. Which is not to say that it breaks any new ground. It's firmly in the reliable comic sub-genre of the know-it-all who is his own wor...

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    Rumor: Mark Strong & Bryan Cranston In The Mix For Lex Luthor In 'Superman Vs. Batman'

    With the dust settled on "Man Of Steel" (an awful lot of dust, given how much of Metropolis was totalled by film's end) it's fair to call it a successful reboot of the Superman franchise. Sure, it divided fans and critics, and didn't hit the giddy billion-dollar heights of the "Dark Knight" films (y...

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    'Low Winter Sun' Has the Grit and the Great Cast, But Is It Something You'll Actually Want to Watch?

    "Low Winter Sun" begins with a murder. It's the murder of a cop, by a cop -- or rather, two of them. Frank Agnew (Mark Strong) and Joe Geddes (Lennie James), a pair of Detroit detectives, have decided to kill their corrupt, drug- and booze-addicted colleague Brendan McCann (Michael McGrady).

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    Mark Strong on Playing the Same Character Twice in 'Low Winter Sun' and Not Using Detroit for 'Ruin Porn'

    Mark Strong is getting a chance to do something few actors ever have the opportunity to -- to appear in the same role twice, in different contexts. He first played Frank Agnew in 2006 for the British "Low Winter Sun," a dark, two-part drama about two Edinburgh policemen who commit and then try to co...

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    Review: Cop Thriller 'Blood' Starring Paul Bettany, Stephen Graham, Brian Cox & Mark Strong

    The history of the British police movie is not a glorious one. Perhaps it's because (for the most part) U.K. coppers aren't allowed to carry firearms, which somewhat reduces the capacity for squib-happy action sequences. Or maybe it's the lack of glamorous locations for said shootouts, which can har...

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    AMC Plans Sneak Peek Screenings of New Series 'Low Winter Sun' in Select Theaters on July 29

    AMC will partner with Art House Convergence to offer sneak peek screenings of the first episode of the network's upcoming drama series "Low Winter Sun" in select theaters nationwide on July 29.

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    He's a Great Guy, But He's Also a Murderer: Check Out the Poster for AMC's New Drama 'Low Winter Sun'

    Earlier this week AMC released its poster for the highly anticipated final half season of "Breaking Bad," key art that showed Walter White (Bryan Cranston) demanding "Remember my name." Today, the network released artwork for its new Detroit cop drama "Low Winter Sun."

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    The Next 'Breaking Bad'? 'Low Winter Sun' Showrunner Chris Mundy on His New AMC Crime Drama

    When it comes to interviews, Chris Mundy is better acquainted with the other side of the table. The Rolling Stone editor turned AMC showrunner sat down with everybody from Kurt Cobain to Elliott Smith during tenure at the magazine, which spanned the peak of the record industry, from 1989-2000.

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    Can 'Low Winter Sun' Replace 'Breaking Bad'? Watch The Trailer For The New AMC Series Starring Mark Strong

    In case you've been living under a rock, or were somehow unaware, we hate to break it you: "Breaking Bad" is done this summer. The acclaimed, hit series wraps up the fate of Walter White in just a few months time, and after that, AMC will be left with a considerably big hole in their schedule that t...

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