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    Adam Driver on Singing for the Coen Brothers in 'Inside Llewyn Davis' and Why He Keeps Coming Back to 'Girls'

    Adam Driver might be best known for playing Lena Dunham's on-again, off-again boyfriend on HBO's show "Girls" but it's on the big screen where he's really stretching.

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    Bette Midler to Star in 'Mae West' for HBO Films, William Friedkin Directing

    Hollywood legend Mae West will soon be returning to the screen. According to Deadline, HBO has put into development "Mae West," a film adaptation of the star's autobiography "Goodness Had Nothing To Do With It," with none other than than the Divine Miss M, Bette Midler, set to play West.

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    The Scintillating Details Behind HBO's New Docuseries 'SEX // NOW,' Debuting January 2014

    Plenty of television viewers got their first exposure to many sexual practices and communities on HBO. From 1990 all the way up to 2009, "Real Sex" brought feminist porn, sploshing (AKA wet and messy fetishism), and the love of latex into living rooms. On January 2, HBO is ringing in the new year ...

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    Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson Brood in Black and White in the 'True Detective' Poster

    HBO's just released the key art for "True Detective," its hotly anticipated crime series starring Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson and directed by Cary Fukunaga.

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    John Singleton Has a Miami Nightclub Drama in Development at HBO

    The "Boyz n the Hood" filmmaker will write and direct a project called "Club Life: Miami."

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    HBO to Air Billy Crystal's Tony-Winning Broadway Show '700 Sundays'

    Billy Crystal's autobiographical one-man show "700 Sundays" is among the highest grossing plays in Broadway history. It will make its televised debut exclusively on HBO later in 2014, the premium network announced today.

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    Martin Scorsese Says 'Sinatra' Is "Still Going Strong," Explains Why He Thinks 'Italianamerican' Is His Best Film

    With so many projects on the go at once, perhaps it's not surprising to hear Martin Scorsese share the following sentiment: "... I’ve never been on vacation. I began with my wife Helen. And with my daughter Francesca, who’s turning fourteen. Now I’m taking a break for a week, a week and a half. We m...

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    Mike White Has a New Comedy in Development at HBO

    In a heartbreaker of a decision, HBO canceled "Enlightened" back in March. Despite the critical love and award wins, the Laura Dern/Mike White series never attracted a significant audience -- but that doesn't mean the network's done with White.

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    Why Jon Seda's Cheery Carpetbagger Could Turn Out to Be the Most Interesting Character in the Final Season of 'Treme'

    David Simon and Eric Overmyer's New Orleans drama "Treme" returned to air last night with a lilt in its step and no particular sense of urgency, despite having only five episodes to close out its sprawling narrative about a city in recovery after a devastating natural disaster and the many man-made ...

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