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    Peter Dinklage Goes R-Rated For New Comedy, Jessica Biel & Zosia Mamet Are 'Shiva And May' & More

    With his turn as a Marvel supervillain in “X-Men: Days of Futures Past” in the can, “Game of Thrones” star Peter Dinklage has found a new project. The actor is set to star in an R-rated comedy about a man who tells people he’s a real leprechaun. In the vein of “Bad Santa,” the untitled comedy will b...

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    Top 10 Most Creative Celebrity Kickstarter Backer Rewards: From Golfing with Tom Sizemore to Wearing Spike Lee's Old Sneakers

    We’ve rounded up 10 of the craziest celebrity Kickstarter backer rewards. Note: it's not too late to golf with Tom Sizemore!

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    'Girls' Closes Its Season With a (Mostly) Happy Ending, But Was It Earned?

    "Girls" wrapped up its second season last night with an episode that offered two remarkably conventional romantic comedy moments underneath a gloss of Brooklyn quirk and sexual frankness.

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    Hannah Deals With OCD and Marnie Just Wants to Sing on 'Girls'

    The article below contains spoilers for "It's Back," the March 3rd, 2013 episode of "Girls."

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    'Girls' Addresses Race and What It Means to Be Conservative

    The article below contains spoilers for "I Get Ideas," the January 20th, 2013 episode of "Girls."

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    It's Break-Ups, Bad Hook-Ups and One Very Sweet Kiss on the Season Premiere of 'Girls'

    Check out our review of the season two premiere of HBO's "Girls."

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    In Its Second Season, Lena Dunham's 'Girls' Remains Bold, Funny and Wince-Inducing

    "Girls," the HBO series created by and starring Lena Dunham and executive produced by Judd Apatow, carries a lot of baggage for a show that's technically about what a lot of TV is about, which is twentysomethings figuring out love, work and friendship, frequently while lookin...

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    'Girls,' Season 2: Where Does Lena Dunham End and Hannah Begin?

    With the ultra-sharp new season of Girls,  I finally understand – though I don’t agree with – the Lena Dunham backlash. For all I know, in real life she’s perfectly likable. But her character, Hannah, is the most squirm-inducing character on television. Hannah’s...

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