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    Review Roundup: Neil Patrick Harris Is "Beyond Fabulous" on Broadway in 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch' (VIDEOS)

    Reviews are in for the latest Broadway revival of John Cameron Mitchell's glitz-and-glam rock musical "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," starring gay icon Neil Patrick Harris in the title role, an East German singer scorned by a botched sex-change operation.

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    Showtime Gives Series Orders to Phillip Seymour Hoffman Comedy 'Happyish' and Dominic West Drama 'The Affair'

    Showtime has announced series orders for two high-profile projects, one a drama starring Dominic West and Ruth Wilson, the other a comedy starring Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Kathryn Hahn. Both will get 10-episode first seasons.

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    Showtime Orders Pilots With Philip Seymour Hoffman, Kathryn Hahn and Ruth Wilson

    Showtime is prepping for the end of "Dexter" by signing impressive talent to new pilots and as well as a two-year deal with the serial killer drama's showrunner Scott Buck to produce new content.

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    John Cameron Mitchell Announces Neil Patrick Harris to Head to Broadway for 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch'

    Today the New York Times announced that Neil Patrick Harris will be heading to Broadway for a stint as Hedwig, the East German transgender rocker that is the heart of "Hedwig and the Angry Inch."

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    Showtime Renews 'Nurse Jackie' for a Sixth Season

    Jackie Peyton, the caustic ER nurse and recovering addict played by Edie Falco in "Nurse Jackie," will be back for a sixth season. Showtime's renewal of the half-hour dramedy came shortly after the network's announcement that "The Borgias" would be ending.

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    'Girls' Closes Its Season With a (Mostly) Happy Ending, But Was It Earned?

    "Girls" wrapped up its second season last night with an episode that offered two remarkably conventional romantic comedy moments underneath a gloss of Brooklyn quirk and sexual frankness.

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    Watch: John Cameron Mitchell's 'Superqueer' Short Film for Sigur Ros' New Album

    The short film "Seraph," which you can watch below, was co-written by John Cameron Mitchell ("Hedwig and the Angry Inch") and comic book artist Dash Shaw, who directed and animated the work. Mitchell produced the short with Howard Gertler ("How To Survive A Plague") as ...

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    Watch: Marion Cotillard Thinks About Quitting The Business In Lady Dior Short Film Directed By John Cameron Mitchell

    Generally speaking, fashion ads, no matter how high class, glossy and star studded they are, tend to be a bore. And while folks Jean Jacques-Annaud (starring Charlize Theron), Darren Aronofsky, Martin Scorsese and Sofia Coppola have all done work for fashion houses in the past little while, we can&#...

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    Watch: Mélanie Laurent Puts A Spell On You In Dior Ad Directed By John Cameron Mitchell

    Yes, Dior continues to pair great directors and beautiful leading ladies for spots to promote their various fragrances and clothing lines. This year has already seen a spot for Miss Dior Cherie starring Natalie Portman and directed by Sofia Coppola and Charlize Theron taking it off and putting it on...

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    'Rabbit Hole' Cast & Filmmakers Talk Navigating The Difficult Emotional Landscape Of The Film

    Aaron Eckhart Attended Grief Counseling Sessions In Character For 'Rabbit Hole'; Nicole Kidman So Moved, Pained By The Film, She'll Never Watch It AgainJohn Cameron Mitchell’s “Rabbit Hole” tears away at the damaging scabs that form when people lose loved ones. Appropriately, it has been a somber press tour for Mitchell, screenwriter David Lindsay-Abaire and stars Nicole Kidman, Aaron Eckhart and Sandra Oh. We recently caught up with them to talk about the difficult emotional landscape of the film. In “Rabbit Hole,” Kidman and Eckhart play a married couple still trying to understand how to cope with the loss of their son, taken by a car accid...

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