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    Why 'Veep' is More Sitcom Than Political Satire

    "Veep” may be set in the world of politics, but after three episodes, the HBO series has more in common with the modern strain of "Office"-style embarrassment comedies than creator Armando Iannucci’s other trenchant satires. The situations are the same: In each episode of ...

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    Trailer Watch: Gyllenhaal & Peña Tug on the Tail of A Cartel Snake in Handheld 'End of Watch'

    The trailer for "End of Watch" puts Los Angeles cops Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Peña in the line of fire on gritty LA streets. Written and directed by David Ayer ("Street Kings," "Harsh Times," "Training Day," "The Fast and the Furious"), the film was shot entirely through handheld HD cameras

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    Edgar Wright Teases 'Ant-Man'; Could It Be Marvel's Other 2014 Movie?

    Unless you were living in the alternate dimension created by the Tesseract cube this weekend, you probably know that the jolly green Hulk and his fellow “The Avengers” swept any box office competition away with a record-breaking $200.3 million opening weekend. While the public is certain...

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    Sylvester Stallone To Star In The Animated Web Series 'Soul Survivor' About, You Guessed It, A Mercenary

    Sylvester Stallone has managed to seize another role as a mercenary: he is set to star in an animated web series called "Soul Survivor." For now, the only information on the project is that the protagonist -- played by Stallone -- is a “last-of-his kind mercenary”, whatever tha...

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    ABFF Announces 2012 Star Project Grand Prize Winners

    ABFF Announces 2012 Star Project Grand Prize Winners

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    Here's the Poster for Indiewire's Best Unreleased Film of 2011, 'The Color Wheel'

    The theatrical poster for the hilarious sibling road trip story "The Color Wheel" has been released. The film, which won Indiewire's 2011 poll for Best Undistributed Film, stars director Alex Ross Perry and comedian Carlen Altman as frustrated brother and sister, moving her stuff from...

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    The 5 Things to Watch on TV This Week: London Swings in a New BBC Drama, Election Night on 'Parks and Rec'

    Sure, with "Sherlock," "Game of Thrones," "Mad Men," "Girls," "Nurse Jackie" and more, Sunday's overcrowded with great TV, but what to watch the rest of the time? Each Monday, we bring you this guide to five noteworthy highlights from the ot...

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    Live from the Hot Docs Forum: The 8 Docs You'll Want to See

    Over May 2 and 3, more than 100 doc-world decisionmakers amassed during Hot Docs, North America's largest nonfiction film festival, to attend the event's co-financing market. In addition to networking and meetings three-letter entities like POV, the CBC and the BBC, the Hot DocsForum gives f...

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    Colin Farrell Seeks Vengeance Through His Rifle's Scope In Set Photos From Niels Arden Oplev's 'Dead Man Down'

    While the Swedish 'Dragon Tattoo' films didn't grip us as much as David Fincher's version, the overall success of the films (and, in this case, the first film) has paved the way for the talent involved, director Niels Arden Oplev and actress Noomi Rapace. Now hard at w...

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    VODetails: 'Bel Ami'

    Is this period piece starring Robert Pattinson worth your time and VODollars?

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