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    Robin Wright Hits a Groove, from 'House of Cards' to Upcoming 'Congress' and 'Most Wanted Man'

    After three strong supporting roles in 2011 ("Moneyball," "Rampart," "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"), Robin Wright returned with headliner power in Netflix's "House of Cards." Much has been said about how the show (reviews: TOH, Indiewire) heralds the new post-TV era (as of February 12 it was the...

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    Jason Reitman Staging Live Reading 'Glengarry Glen Ross' With All-Female Cast Including Robin Wright, Allison Janney & More

    One of the more interesting side gigs among filmmakers these days is Jason Reitman's occassional live readings of famous scripts. The format is pretty straightforward: he picks a script he likes, rounds up a bunch of starry friends and then hosts a live performance with the cast embodying the va...

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    Watch: Naomi Watts and Robin Wright Sleep With Each Other's Sons in 'Two Mothers' Trailer

    Just in time for Valentine's Day comes the first trailer for "Two Mothers," Anne Fontaine's steamy Sundance drama that centers on two best friends (Naomi Watts and Robin Wright), who bed each other's hunky sons (Xavier Samuel and James Frecheville). Widely panned at Sun...

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    Captivating New Pics From 'Waltz With Bashir' Director Ari Folman's Live Action/Animated 'The Congress' With Robin Wright

    A movie that has literally been years in the making, showing of some early footage way back in 2010, "Waltz With Bashir" director Ari Folman's followup "The Congress" has been coming along at a steady, if unhurried pace. While we've had glimpses here and there, a batch of...

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    What Worked & What Didn't In Season One Of David Fincher & Kevin Spacey's 'House Of Cards'

    Ten days ago, Beau Willimon, David Fincher, Kevin Spacey and Netflix hoped to change the future of television with "House of Cards," the first high-profile series to be produced by, and air exclusively on, the streaming platform. A remake of the late 1980s BBC miniseries (itself based on the book by...

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    'House of Cards' Review: Why David Fincher's First TV Series is Tailor-Made for Binge-Watching

    Today, Netflix dropped all 13 episodes of the initial season of its first major original series, "House of Cards," online for its subscribers -- a political drama from Beau Willimon, David Fincher and Kevin Spacey, who plays the lead role of Representative Frank Underwood, House ...

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    Kevin Spacey Conspires In New Images From David Fincher's Political Drama 'House Of Cards'

    Since March of 2011, Netflix has been slowly dipping its toes into original TV programming, starting off with the underwhelming (“Lilyhammer”) and moving on to the guaranteed triumph (“Arrested Development”). One of the more curious offerings, however, is "House of Cards...

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    Naomi Watts & Robin Wright Get Naughty In First Pics From 'Two Mothers'

    If you didn't get enough Naomi Watts earlier today with pics from "Diana" and "The Impossible," well there is even more to fill your appetite as the Sundance Film Festival will bring another pic from Aussie actress.

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    David Fincher's Netflix Series 'House of Cards' Gets a Premiere Date and a Release Plan

    Hulu's been adding original series from the likes of Richard Linklater, and Morgan Spurlock and Netflix unveiled Steve Van Zandt mobster dramedy "Lilyhammer" as its own first original show in February, the true test of the impact a TV series created for and premiering exclusively on a streaming site...

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    In the Works: 'A Most Wanted Man' Starts Shooting with Hoffman and McAdams

    Anton Corbijn's adaptation of the John le Carre thriller, "A Most Wanted Man," began principal photography this week in Hamburg. The film stars Philip Seymour Hoffman, Rachel McAdams, Willem Dafoe and Robin Wright. Corbijn ("The American") directs the film, which Australian writer Andrew Bovell ("...

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