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    Watch: Mark Wahlberg is a Destructive Risk Taker in Full-Length 'The Gambler' Trailer

    Rupert Wyatt's remake of the 1974 drama stars Wahlberg opposite Jessica Lange, Brie Larson and John Goodman.

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    Review: 'Boardwalk Empire' Season 5 Episode 6, 'Devil You Know,' Ends with a Declaration of War

    Here are the most important moments, lines of dialogue and crimes from this week's installment of your favorite Prohibition-era gangster drama.

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    What Makes 'Boardwalk Empire' Great, And What Keeps It From Breaking Out?

    "Boardwalk Empire" is a hard show to lock in on, especially when you come to it in its last season. The period drama about the bootlegger's rise following Prohibition, starring Steve Buscemi, Kelly MacDonald, Michael Shannon, Michael Kenneth Williams, Jeffrey Wright and countless other acting greats...

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    TV IS THE NEW CINEMA: Williams, Wright and Bingham Revitalize 'Boardwalk Empire' Season Four

    A lethal triangle formed by Michael Kenneth Williams, Jeffrey Wright and femme fatale Margot Bingham has made "Boardwalk Empire" fun to watch again.

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    How James Gandolfini Almost Played Nucky Thompson and More From Last Night's PaleyFest 'Boardwalk Empire' Panel

    "Boardwalk Empire" showrunner Terence Winter joined writer Howard Korder along with cast members Gretchen Mol, Michael Kenneth Williams and Jeffrey Wright in a PaleyFest: Made in NY panel discussion last night that navigated the HBO series' intricate tapestry of characters and themes.

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    Watch: Common is Torn Between Bright Future and Troubled Past as Ex-Con in Trailer for 'LUV' (VIDEO)

    Common stars as a kind of latter-day Stringer Bell in the role of Uncle Vincent, in Sheldon Candis's full-length feature debut "LUV," which world premiered at Sundance this year and comes out in January. A newly-paroled convict with nearly half a twenty-year sentence to his name, Vince...

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