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    Get Lost in Jeremy Renner's Aviators in This First Poster for Thriller 'Kill the Messenger'

    Michael Cuesta, who has directed episodes of "Homeland" and "True Blood," helms "Kill the Messenger," based on a true story about a Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist who looks into the major crack epidemic of the 1980s--a much darker "All the President's Men."

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    Bryan Cranston, Lena Dunham and Rian Johnson Among DGA's 2013 TV Nominations

    The Directors Guild of America caused a stir yesterday when Tom Hooper was among the five nominees for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film, while Quentin Tarantino and David O. Russell missed the cut.

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    'Homeland' Goes Out With a Bang, a Few Blockbuster-Style Twists and a Great Turn from Mandy Patinkin

    The article below contains spoilers for "The Choice," the Monday, December 17th episode of "Homeland."

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    Why Ben Affleck Passed on Directing 'Homeland' and a Look at the Filmmakers Who Didn't

    At the Casting Society of America's annual Artios Awards on Monday night, Ben Affleck told the crowd that he had passed on the chance to direct the pilot episode of "Homeland." Per The Hollywood Reporter, the "Argo" filmmaker and star said he had already agreed to h...

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    Has 'Homeland' Jumped the Shark, and Does That Matter?

    Showtime's newly Emmy-approved thriller "Homeland" is only two episodes into its second season, but this past Sunday's installment had some viewers crying foul about plausibility.

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