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Rob Reiner

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    How Rob Reiner Survived 20 Years of Bad Movie Making

    For the first time in decades, it feels like Reiner has something meaningful to offer on the big screen.

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    Rob Reiner Bashes Donald Trump, The Media: Watch Him Let Loose On 'Morning Joe'

    "There are a lot of people who are racist," says the Oscar-nominated director on Trump supporters.

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    Alexander Payne and Jon Favreau Reveal the Secrets of Writing a Great Comedy Screenplay

    Sponsored by Arclight Cinemas, the Writers Guild of America honored the "101 Funniest Screenplays" with an impressive collective of screenwriters at the Cinerama Dome.

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    BAMcinématek Reveals Plans for 'Indie 80s' Screening Series

    Highlights include some of the early films of Jim Jarmusch, the Coen Brothers and David Lynch, among others.

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    Golden Icon Winner Diane Keaton Gets Real at Zurich Film Fest

    For their tenth edition, the Zurich Film Festival chose Diane Keaton to receive their Golden Icon award and the actress collected the lifetime achievement prize at a ceremony last night.

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    Diane Keaton to be Honored at Zurich Film Festival with Golden Icon Award

    Over the course of her forty-year career, Keaton has built an impressive roster of credits across both comedy and drama, including "The Godfather" trilogy, "Annie Hall," "Manhattan, "Reds" and "The First Wives Club."

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    And So It Goes

    Director Rob Reiner’s ‘And So It Goes,’ offers more than juicy leading roles to stars Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton.

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