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    Nick Offerman Joins Diablo Cody's 'Lamb Of God': Watch The Best Of Ron Swanson

    It's been no secret around here that we're big fans of "Parks & Recreation," but one of the shows biggest comedic weapons over its three seasons (and in the midst of its fourth) has been Nick Offerman as Ron Swanson, the director of the Parks Department. It's hard to descri...

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    Netflix 1, Cable Ouch! "The Artist" Will Make Its Pay TV Premiere on Netflix Instant

    Oscar front-runner "The Artist," along with best-documentary nominee "Undefeated," will make their pay-TV debuts on Netflix as streaming titles.

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    Roadside Acquires 'Blue Like Jazz' Before SXSW Premiere

    Roadside Attractions has acquired U.S. rights to "Blue Like Jazz," prior to its world premiere in the Narrative Spotlight section at the upcoming 2012 South-by-Southwest Film Festival. The film, directed by Steve Taylor ("The Second Chance") and based on the hit semi-autobiograph...

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    Willem Dafoe Says He's Signed On For 'John Carter' Sequels, But Still Unsure About Lars Von Trier's 'Nymphomaniac'

    Over the course of his three decade career, Willem Dafoe has been a difficult actor to pinpoint, both as an indie darling, and equally at home in big budget fair like “Spider-Man” and this year’s Disney tentpole, “John Carter.” Dafoe portrays Martian Tars Tarkas in the ...

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    Jonathan Ames' Drunken Rant, and the Winners, at the East Coast WGA Awards

    "I don't care. I've already been canceled. I'm going back to novels, anyway!"

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    Watch: Trailer For SXSW Pic 'Blue Like Jazz' Picked Up By Roadside Attractions

    After going up the mountains at Sundance, and crossing the Atlantic for Berlin, buyers will be adding to their frequent flyer miles again soon as they head to Austin for SXSW, but some deals are already being inked.

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    See The Party Get Out Of Hand In Pics From 'Project X'

    Is winter getting you down? Are you tired of all these high-falutin' Oscar movies? Well, not to worry because if you can't get away, you'll still be able to let your hair down and live vicariously through the riotous, booze fueled party of "Project X."

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    New Pics From 'Men In Black 3,' 'The Bourne Legacy' & 'Battleship'

    The Oscars arrive this weekend and just after those festivities wrap, we'll be heading straight into blockbuster season with months of studio big screen spectacles hoping dazzle your eyes and wallet. Here's a few more snaps of movies headed to the multiplex.

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    First-Look At Viola Davis & Maggie Gyllenhaal In Education Reform Drama "Won't Back Down"

    Here's your first official look at Viola Davis and Maggie Gyllenhaal in the education-reform drama, initially titled Still I Rise, then switched to Learning To Fly, and finally landed on and has, so far, stuck to Won't Back Down.

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    Paul Weitz Says Princeton Pic 'Admission' Could Be Next; Still Wants To Bring 'Elric' To The Big Screen

    Predictable has never been an adjective you could use to describe Paul Weitz. After cutting his teeth on the sex comedy "American Pie," the helmer explored different genre paths, tackling dramedy ("About A Boy," "In Good Company"), satire ("American Dreamz") a...

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