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    4 Characters We Hope Return for NBC's 'Heroes Reborn' (And 3 Characters We Don't)

    If there must be a "Heroes" reboot, who else from the original cast do we hope returns? And more importantly, who do we hope is too busy to come by?

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    Watch: New Trailer & Over 50 Images From Cannes Opener 'Grace Of Monaco' Starring Nicole Kidman

    Most films headed to the Cannes Film Festival keep their cards close to the chest, revealing as little as possible before making their grand premiere on the Croisette. Not so with "Grace Of Monaco." Olivier Dahan's upcoming drama overcame a rumored clash with Harvey Weinstein to land the opening slo...

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    Crackle Orders a Third Season of Original Series 'Chosen' Before the Premiere of Season Two

    The multimedia platform Crackle has announced that they've greenlit a third season of their original drama "Chosen" ahead of the premiere of its second season, which will go live in its six-episode entirety tomorrow, December 12.

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    How to Make An Action Series On An Indie Film Budget

    Ryan Lewis, the producer and co-creator of the Crackle original thriller series "Chosen" starring Milo Ventimiglia, explains how they made a lean action drama for a digital world more used to comedy and short form.

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    Frank Darabont's 1940s Gangster Miniseries 'Mob City' is So Noir It's Almost Silly

    "Mob City," the miniseries premiering on TNT this Wednesday, December 4th at 9pm, is set in a 1940s Los Angeles so stylistically noir it resembles "Sin City" more than any actual time and place.

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    Watch: Milo Ventimiglia, Chad Michael Murray Fight for Their Lives in the Trailer for Season Two of Crackle's Original Action Series 'Chosen'

    The Sony-owned streaming video site Crackle may not have the profile of Netflix or Hulu, but its been investing in original series of its own as well, among them the Jerry Seinfeld-hosted "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" and the contract killer series "Cleaners," starring Emmanuelle Chriqui and Gi...

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    Crackle Announces a Second Season of Jerry Seinfeld's 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee' and... a Sequel to 'Joe Dirt'?

    We're in upfront season, which is traditionally when all the networks announce their programming for the year at parties intended to entice advertisers and attract press. This year, more than ever, nontraditional platforms are joining in the game (the "Newfronts"), with platforms like Yahoo and Hulu...

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    Review: 'Kiss Of The Damned' Is An Intoxicatingly Lusty Homage To Old School Horror

    Xan Cassavetes, the daughter of John Cassavetes and the director of the wonderful film world documentary "Z Channel: A Magnificent Obsession," wrote and directed "Kiss of the Damned" with a wink and a nod so overt that, from the opening credit sequence, which closely mimics the similarly-titled Hamm...

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    Crackle Greenlights a Second Season of Milo Ventimiglia Original Series 'Chosen'

    Netflix has "House of Cards" and "Hemlock Grove," Hulu has Richard Linklater's "Up to Speed" and the upcoming Seth Meyers animated series "The Awesomes," and Amazon just added a potential "Zombieland" series to its greenlit pilot slate. And though smaller in scale and in attention paid, Crackle has ...

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    SXSW Review: 'Kiss Of The Damned' Is An Intoxicatingly Lusty Homage To Old School Horror

    Xan Cassavetes, the daughter of John Cassavetes and the director of the wonderful film world documentary "Z Channel: A Magnificent Obsession," wrote and directed "Kiss of the Damned" with a wink and a nod so overt that, from the opening credit sequence, which closely mimics the similarly-titled Hamm...

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