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    'Friends With Kids' Director Jennifer Westfeldt Developing HBO Series

    While “Kissing Jessica Stein” helmer Jennifer Westfeldt’s recent “Friends With Kids” was more of a “conventional look at unconventional relationships” than we had hoped for according to our review, we can’t deny that the writer-director consistently pr...

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    Critics Choice Television Awards Nominations Announced: 'Luther' Picks Up 2, 'Scandal' Gets None

    Sorry Scandal fans, no nominations for that show at all, in any category. The main criteria is that the programs must have aired between June 1, 2011 and May 31, 2012, so Scandal certainly qualifies.

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    Hollywood Reporter Drama Showrunner Panel -- Four White Guys and Two Women of Color

    It's great to see Shonda Rhimes and Veena Sud here. Honestly, I don't know how they could have done a panel with drama showrunners without including Rhimes since she has three shows on the air. Is there anyone else with three shows on the air?

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    'The Dark Knight Rises' Won't Reference The Joker At All, Plus More Revelations From Empire's Extensive Feature

    We're now getting into the final stretch before "The Dark Knight Rises," probably the most anticipated film of a year that's had plenty of hotly anticipated pictures. After a main trailer a month or so back, we got another sneak peek of footage at Sunday's MTV Movie Awards, as well as a steady drip ...

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    Project of the Day: "The Ballad of Hugh"

    Project of the Day: "The Ballad of Hugh"

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    "Don't Worry, I'm Not A Trekkie Or Anything Super Nerdy Like That": Exclusive Clip From Todd Solondz's 'Dark Horse'

    Smart and scathing, unpredictable and hilarious, you never quite know where you're going with Todd Solodnz, but the journey and experience is usually one you'll never forget. It's been a few years since "Life During Wartime," the director's quasi-sequel to "Happiness,&...

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    Revisiting Dennis Haysbert In The Stylish, Neo-Noir Exploration Of Race & Identity - 'Suture'

    I watched this again last night... A film that we could say defies classification, but is often described as a neo-noir thriller; one that may seem at first to be more concerned with how it looks than with what lies underneath its glossy surface, which makes some sense when one realizes that th...

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    In His Own Words: Stephen Kessler Shares a Scene From 'Paul Williams: Still Alive'

    In the documentary "Paul Williams: Still Alive," filmmaker Stephen Kessler tracks down Academy Award-winning composer (and actor) Paul Williams to find out whatever happened to his idol. The results may surprise you. The film premiered at last year's Toronto International Film Festival and opens in ...

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    Author Jennifer Weiner Keynotes BookExpo America's 2012 Bloggers Conference

    Author Jennifer Weiner Keynotes BookExpo America's 2012 Bloggers Conference

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    Oscilloscope Acquires SXSW Doc 'Tchoupitoulas'

    Oscilloscope Laboratories has announced that it has acquired North American rights to Bill and Turner Ross's documentary "Tchoupitoulas," which premiered at SXSW earlier this year.

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