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    40 Years of HBO Programming -- Do You Remember '1st and Ten'? 'Dream On'? 'Arliss'?

    Check out this Hollywood Reporter photo gallery celebrating 40 years of HBO programming. Everything from the long-running ("Curb Your Enthusiasm") and the zeitgeist-setting ("Sex and the City") to the less-than-earth-shattering ("Bored to Death") and recently-acclaimed ("Girls") is in there.

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    "The Invisible War"- Treatment Program

    Filmmakers to Launch Pilot Treatment Program for Survivors of Military Sexual Trauma in Early 2013 The Artemis Invisible War Recovery Program and Fund will provide specialized treatment to for victims assaulted in the military

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    Watch: Lars Von Trier's 1980 Short Film 'Nocturne'

    There is no doubt that Lars von Trier's erotic journey from Milan to Minsk upcoming "The Nymphomaniac" will give us plenty to talk about when it lands next year, but until then, we'll have to be patient. But there are some early works that can tide you over until then. In case you ...

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    Trailer For French Drama 'Like A Lion' (Senegalese Boy Recruited To Play Football In France Faces Unexpected Realities)

    Here's the first trailer for a French drama titled Like a Lion, which centers on a 15 year old Senegalese boy named Mitri Diop, who, after being targeted by a recruiter, leaves Senegal to try and realize his dream of becoming a professional footballer in France.

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    Will Kathryn Bigelow Be a Two Time Best Director Nominee?

    Right after Thanksgiving Kathryn Bigelow's long awaited follow-up to her Oscar award winning film The Hurt Locker, Zero Dark Thirty (which I will see next week) started screening and the word has been extremely positive.

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    New York Times' Carpetbagger Blog Returns for Oscar Season

    With the Thanksgiving weekend's positively received press screenings of "Les Miserables" and "Zero Dark Thirty," Oscar season is humming along. The New York Times' awards blog "The Carpetbagger" is back as of Monday, and ready to zap you out of post-election let...

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    'In Vogue: The Editor's Eye' Debuts on HBO; Wintour, Coddington, Jacobs, Wang & More Interviewed

    Coinciding with the 120th anniversary of Vogue Magazine, documentary "In Vogue: The Editor's Eye" debuts on HBO on December 6. The film looks at some of the world's most influential fashion images as conceived by the mag's editors.

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    Watch: Brad Pitt Orders Around James Gandolfini In Clip From 'Killing Them Softly'

    Jackie Cogan needs to hire a couple of guys to take down some low-lives who robbed a high stakes poker game controlled by the mob, but there's a problem. The economy is in the toilet and the squeeze is on, so he's only given the cash to contract one person, and Mickey is the guy for the job. Though ...

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    Exclusive: Matt Bondurant Talks 'The Wettest County' In New 'Lawless Featurette; Win 2 Prize Packs With DVD, Soundtrack & Novel

    Before the John Hillcoat-directed movie, "Lawless," starring the awesome ensemble of Shia LaBeouf, Tom Hardy, Jessica Chastain, Gary Oldman, Guy Pearce, Mia Wasikowska and Jason Clarke, there was the source material: Matt Bondurant's "The Wettest County in the World," a novel based on the true story...

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    Watch: Jason Segel Hits On Leslie Mann In New 'This Is 40' Featurette

    While Seth Rogen and Katherine Heigl won't be back for Judd Apatow's "Knocked Up" spin-off "This Is 40," one person who was revealed to be returning as far back as the summer of 2011 was Jason Segel. And once again, he's back and still obsessed with Leslie Mann.

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