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    Watch the Season Premiere of Lisa Kudrow's 'Web Therapy' Online Now

    Season two of the Lisa Kudrow comedy "Web Therapy" premiered last night on Showtime, with the "Friends" star returning as self-serving shrink Fiona Wallace, who's managed to convince her clients to see her for short video chat sessions instead of doing anything extended or in...

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    First Look At Lizzy Caplan In Marvel Short Film 'Item 47'; Will Debut On 'The Avengers' DVD & Blu-ray On September 25th

    As if Marvel couldn't top 2012, which has seen them release the blockbuster "The Avengers," start filming "Iron Man 3," and flip the switch on "Guardians Of The Galaxy," they've gone ahead and added Lizzy Caplan to the their cinematic universe. Well done, Marvel...

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    TV Trailer Watch: Steel Magnolias

    A full cast of African American women in this version of Steel Magnolias.  Queen Latifah takes on the Sally Field lead role.  Also stars Alfre Woodard, Jill Scott, Phylicia and Condola Rashad and Adepero Oduye. 

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    Tom Cruise: Born to Run

    To Tom Cruise Thanks For Everything, Matt Singer.

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    New On DVD/VOD: Award-Winning Indie Drama 'The American Dream' (A Word From The Filmmaker)

    A film we've written about quite a bit... previously titled Make A Movie Like Spike, and eventually changed to the current The American Dream, the intense, gripping drama is directed by and stars Jamil Walker Smith as Luis, an aspiring filmmaker who joins the marine corp with his ...

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    Discuss: Can Taylor Kitsch's 2012 Be Saved By 'Savages?'

    From a brand perspective, actor Taylor Kitsch has had an unfortunate 2012. With the movie industry dealing with a rocky past few years, Hollywood has had to adjust its strategy, moving to a familiar, but relatively new spending plan. With A-list stars demanding huge salaries or major backend deals w...

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    Exclusive: Trailer and Poster for Fantasia Fest's 'Toad Road,' Directed by 'Walk Away Renee' DP Jason Banker

    "Teenage Paparazzo" and "Walk Away Renee" cinematographer Jason Banker's first narrative feature "Toad Road," world premieres later this month in Montreal at the 16th annual Fantasia International Film Festival. Indiewire has the exclusive trailer and poster for the dark thriller.

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    New Pics From 'The Walking Dead' Season 3

    When it premiered in October 2010, the AMC show “The Walking Dead” was full of so much promise. Gifted filmmaker Frank Darabont was the showrunner for the first season, and turned in one of the best pilots of recent memory, but after clashing with the cable network over the show’s ...

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    Review: Doc 'Color Outside The Lines' Educates On Black Tattoo Artists & Breaking Industry Mold

    Now available on DVD for purchase through the film’s website, the feature length documentary Color Outside The Lines was conceived by Tattoo artist Miya Bailey, owner of the Atlanta, GA tattoo shop City of Ink. The doc, in the making for five years, is directed by Artemus Jenkins, who is ...

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    Watch: 'LCD Soundsystem + NYC' A Touching Tribute To A Band & A City Directed By Lance Bangs

    Over the years, there have been numerous bands and artists that are as synonymous with their work as they are with New York City, and in recent memory few have been more connected to the Big Apple than LCD Soundsystem. James Murphy's celebrated band served as an unofficial soundtrack to the city...

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