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    Shonda Rhimes Is Still at the Top of Her Game

    I know that at times Grey's Anatomy seems like a tortured soap opera. But I also know that I would take that soap opera any day over some of the other crap on TV, and that is because Shonda Rhimes and her team continue to push the envelope in so many ways.

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    Alan Tudyk Says He's Lending His Voice To An Upcoming Pixar Movie

    Plus Actor Reveals Details Of His Character In 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire HunterThe words "terminally undersung" and "Alan Tudyk" are almost inseparable. The actor has been a familiar presence on screen for a decade, cropping in the likes of "28 Days" and "Wonder Boys," before going on to geek stardom with a big role in "Firefly." Since then, he's developed a deeply eclectic career, mixing comedy like "Dodgeball" and "Knocked Up" with more serious performances like "3:10 to Yuma" or his surprisingly badass villain in "Dollhouse," and even playing a performance-capture android in "I, Robot." He's someone that we're always happy to see on screen...

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    Trailer Watch: One for the Money

    Opens next January. She gave up Grey's Anatomy for this.

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    Watch: 7 Clips From 'Real Steel' Take You Into The World Of Robot Boxing

    It seems as if the hype has been building for months, but next week, DreamWorks will finally put its fall blockbuster contender "Real Steel" in the ring and it will be up for audiences to decide if they want to go toe-to-toe with a movie about robot boxing.

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    Watch Teaser Promo For Don Cheadles' New Showtime Drama Series "House Of Lies"

    Don Cheadle's new dark comedy TV series for the Showtime network, titled House Of Lies (based on the book House of Lies: How Management Consultants Steal Your Watch and Tell You the Time by Martin Kihn) debuts on Sunday, January 8th, 2012, at 10PM.

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    "Black Lifestyle" In Japan (Random Sunday)

    What did Paul Mooney say? "Everyone wants to be a nigga but nobody wants to be a nigga..." (h/t Bombastic E.)

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    Lady Blockbuster

    I came across recently a terrific film wesbite (that is other than S & A) called Obscure One Sheet which chronicles and discusses posters and promo material for films of the 60's and 70's - the stuff I grew up with. And a few months ago, the site posted a Variety promo ad for Warner Bros' Cleopatra ...

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    Israeli Actress Ayelet Zurer Replaces Julia Ormond As Superman's Mom In 'Man Of Steel'

    With "Man Of Steel" currently in the midst of production, director Zack Snyder has made a little casting change.

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    Strike Back: Episode 6 Kicks Eleven Kinds of Ass

    Strike Back is an action drama, writes David Chute, that continues to work effectively at both levels.Actor Philip Winchester gets a nice showcase for the tightly-wound intensity of his character, SAS ninja Michael Stonebridge, in the sixth episode of the lean and mean Sky/Cinemax action drama “Stri...

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    Exclusive: José Padilha Downplays Michael Fassbender Talk, Explains How He'll Rebuild 'RoboCop'

    Director Says No One's Been Cast In Remake, Was Just Listing Off Actors He LikesJosé Padilha may be in the midst of conducting interviews for his current film, “Elite Squad 2: The Enemy Within,” but he has a clear eye on what he’s doing next: a remake of Paul Verhoeven’s “RoboCop.” Speaking to The P...

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