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    Watch: Christopher Plummer and Frank Langella Debate a Boxing Legend's Fate in the Trailer for 'Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight'

    Bill Siegel's documentary "The Trials of Muhammad Ali," currently in theaters, covers the legendary boxer's Supreme Court battle over his refusal to be conscripted to fight in the Vietnam War. HBO will be offering a scripted take on the same subject when it premieres "Muhammad Ali's Greatest Fight" ...

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    Review: Documentary On Sports Broadcaster Marty ‘Glickman,’ Executive Produced By Martin Scorsese

    When the credits roll on James L. Freedman’s “Glickman” it may be somewhat of a surprise to see Martin Scorsese’s name as an executive producer. Why would the legendary filmmaker have anything to do with a documentary about a sports broadcaster? Well, it’s for the simple reason that the groundbreaki...

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    From 'L.A. Girls' to 'Bros' to 'Sqirls': Ranking the Internet's 'Girls' Parodies

    "L.A. Girls," a web series that launched earlier this month, is the latest take-off of Lena Dunham's provocative HBO comedy, attempting a California twist on the twentysomething struggles that Hannah and her friends experience on the show.

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    TV IS THE NEW CINEMA: Losing Faith in 'True Blood'

    Having just completed its 6th season, "True Blood" seems to be taking a cue from "The Walking Dead," working out a dismal strategy for the near future. You can understand why they might be tempted. AMC's zombie apocalypse melodrama got a huge ratings spike over the past two seasons by dropping a lot...

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    Lee Daniels Eyes Sammy Davis Jr. Movie At HBO

    "I’m not going to be labeled a black filmmaker. I am not here to just tell black stories," Lee Daniels recently told The New York Times. "I’m here to tell all kinds of stories, musicals and dramas. Could I do a spaceship movie or black people on Mars or whatever? Sure. A comedy? Yes." But it would a...

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    Should There Be a Best Casting Oscar?

    Just because the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has added a new, 17th branch for Casting Directors doesn't mean there will be a Best Casting Oscar anytime soon.

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    Watch: 'Girls' Teases Its Upcoming Season, Instagram-Style

    Season three of "Girls" is currently in production and shooting all over Brooklyn, but that hasn't stopped HBO from teasing the new episodes -- and, in culturally appropriate fashion, the snapshot-style promo below appears to take its inspiration from Instagram.

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    Watch: Kenny Powers Rises From the Ashes in the Teaser for the Final Season of 'Eastbound and Down'

    Danny McBride will be back as the fabulously obnoxious Kenny Powers for one last season of "Eastbound and Down," the HBO comedy series that he makes with David Gordon Green and Jody Hill.

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    Watch the Three of the First Four Episodes of HBO's 'Vice' TV Series Online for Free

    The news magazine series produced for HBO by Vice showcases everything that makes the magazine turned media empire so compelling and, at times, infuriating -- it was fascinating, self-congratulatory, edgy and indulgent all at once. Hosted by co-founder and CEO Shane Smith and produced by Bill Maher,...

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    Brendan Gleeson Will Star in David Milch's HBO Pilot 'The Money'

    Of all the brilliant Davids who've churned out the quality HBO dramas that have made the premium network so indispensable, David Milch has the most erratic record. His tremendous Western "Deadwood" was, despite the acclaim the series was given, canceled after three seasons, a pair of promised wrap-u...

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