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    Steve Harvey Done With Stand-Up; Final Show Tomorrow; Focusing On Empire-Building

    Well, he HAS been at it for over a quarter of a century, and with the immense success he's enjoying in other areas - books, radio, TV, film, and probably more, it makes sense.

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    The Top 10 Films To See In August

    There are people, we're told, who just rock up to the theater on Friday night and see whatever is coming on next. We have never been those people. We scan the release calendar weeks, even months in advance, in order to check out what's coming to theaters, so we know what we're queueing up for, and w...

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    Watch: Exclusive Clip of Bill Plympton Talking About Animation Great Winsor McCay in New Doc

    ShortsHD, the network dedicated to short films, recently broadcast the world premiere of "Bill Plympton Restores McCay's 'The Flying House,'" a documentary short about how Plympton and his team are working to restore one of the earliest animations by the father of animation, Wi...

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    Haunting Alternate Poster For Sundance Sensation Doco-Thriller 'The Imposter'

    After making waves at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, Bart Layton's doc/thriller "The Imposter" is slowly creeping audiences out as it unspools across the United States and unveils at festivals around the globe. The film tells the true and twisted tale of a 13-year-old bo...

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    The Divorce Stays in the Picture: Vince Vaughn Rebooting 'The Brady Bunch' For CBS

    "Dallas" is back on the air on TNT as if the Ewings never stopped scheming, even when the cameras weren't running for two decades, and now the Bradys look to be returning to televisions near you, this time focused on Bobby (who also has a thing for blended families).

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    'The Hobbit: Tokyo Drift' (Or Whatever It Ends Up Being Called) Doesn't Yet Have A Script Or A Budget Yet

    Like it or not, we're getting a third "Hobbit" movie. What started as rumors at Comic-Con became firm negotiations last week, and on Monday, it was announced that the as-yet untitled third film will follow six months or so after the already-scheduled second, "The Hobbit: There And...

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    'Finding the New Black' Interview with Jesse Williams ('Grey's Anatomy,' 'The Butler,' 'Question Bridge')

    "This is a different generation. We’re not categorized by these old-school black-and-white tropes that are just not relevant in today's society. But yet and still we keep pulling from the same pool of material we were pulling from in 1989 or 1993."

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    So How Come The Black Guy On 'Teen Wolf' Doesn't Have A 'Life?'

    Another day, another controversy.

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    Criticwire Picks: 'Celeste and Jesse Forever' Heads a Small Slate

    The relationship dramedy co-starring and co-written by actress Rashida Jones is the new release with the highest average rating from our Criticwire members.

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    5 Things You Might Not Know About 'The Lost Boys' On Its 25th Anniversary

    Vampires are pretty much everywhere these days, with the "Twilight" franchise and TV's "The Vampire Diaries" gripping the imagination of teen audiences the world over. In part, it's because of the element of sexuality inherent in vampires, something that's been present ever since the archetype was b...

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