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    'Weekend' and 'Looking' Director Andrew Haigh Gets Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay for '45 Years'

    "Weekend" director Andrew Haigh, who has been taking on helming and executive producing duties on the HBO series "Looking," has a new project in the works. Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay are set to star Haigh's "45 Years," which is eyeing a spring start date.

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    Charlotte Rampling & Tom Courtenay Add Up ‘45 Years,' Olivia Wilde Visits 'Meadowland' & More

    While we don't know what the exact definition of "making it" is, we're pretty sure that once you graduate to working with Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay, it's something to be proud of. And certainly, for rising director Andrew Haigh—the man behind arthouse hit "Weekend," and the current HBO se...

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    HBO's 'Looking' Offers an Excitingly Fresh Portrayal of Gay Life in San Francisco

    Check out our review of "Looking," HBO's new San Francisco-set series about a trio of gay men, starring Jonathan Groff, Frankie J. Alvarez and Murray Bartlett.

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    Jonathan Groff Talks 'Looking,' Awkward Sex Scenes and Telling Stories About Gay Characters That Aren't Just About Coming Out

    "Glee" alum and Tony-nominee Jonathan Groff is about to be seen in his most ambitious role yet, as one of the leads of "Looking," HBO's hotly anticipated new series about a trio of gay men in San Francisco that was created by Michael Lannan and is executive produced by "Weekend" filmmaker Andrew Hai...

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    Watch: The Full-Length Trailer for HBO's 'Looking' Promises a Realistic Glimpse of Gay Life in San Francisco

    HBO's released a full-length trailer for "Looking," its upcoming comedy drama about a group of gay men living in San Francisco. created by Michael Lannan and directed by Andrew Haigh ("Weekend").

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    Watch: Jonathan Groff Searches For Love in San Francisco in the New Trailer for HBO's 'Looking'

    After releasing a stylized first look teaser, HBO has released a more traditional short trailer for "Looking," its upcoming dramatic comedy about a group of gay friends in San Francisco created by Michael Lannan and executive produced by Andrew Haigh ("Weekend") and Sarah Condon ("Bored to Death").

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    Watch the First Teaser for HBO's San Francisco-Set Gay Dramedy 'Looking'

    Created by Michael Lannan, directed by Andrew Haigh (“Weekend”) and starring Jonathan Groff, Frankie J. Alvarez and Murray Bartlett as a trio of friends, the San Francisco-set comedy drama "Looking" seems poised to be a gay, West Coast-centric answer to "Girls." HBO's just released its first teaser ...

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    HBO Picks Up Series From 'Weekend' Director Andrew Haigh, Watch The Trailer For Rebel Wilson's Show 'Super Fun Night'

    You might well have missed it (though hopefully its Criterion release helped you catch up), but gay love story "Weekend" was one of the best films of 2011. So we're cracking open the champagne at the news that its director, Andrew Haigh, is heading to HBO, as the cable network has picked up a new sh...

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    HBO Picks Up Michael Lannan's Gay-Themed San Francisco-Set Dramedy to Series

    It may not have a name, but Michael Lannan's still untitled dramedy project has been picked up to series by HBO, reports Deadline.

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    Dardenne Brothers, 'Quadrophenia,' Andrew Haigh's 'Weekend' Lead August Criterion Collection Releases

    It's the mid-way point of the month, and Cannes or no Cannes, the Criterion Collection will do their traditional unveiling of their releases for three months down the line. After a banner July line-up, which included Jim Jarmusch, Whit Stillman and Aki Kaurismaki, could the beloved specialty top the...

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