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    HBO Drop Michael Chabon's 'Hobgoblin' Pilot, Darren Aronofsky Moves On, FX May Pick It Up

    It’s hard to imagine that anyone would pass up on a show that has magicians and conmen battling Nazis, but HBO has done the unthinkable. After months of development, the cable network has decided to pass on the period piece drama “Hobgoblin.”

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    LAFF: 'Short Term 12,' 'Crash Reel,' Indiewire Influencers Rock the Regal

    I'm getting used to schlepping downtown on Olympic to LAFF and laying down my 8 bucks for parking at LA Live. The theaters at Regal Cinemas were packed for two fest hits, Destin Cretton's SXSW prize-winner "Short Term 12" and Lucy Walker's Sundance entry "Crash Reel," which brought a standing ovatio...

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    5 Best Bets on TV This Week: Marilyn In Her Own Words, 'Hannibal' In Its End Game

    Sure, Sunday tends to be overcrowded with high-end TV, including "Mad Men," "True Blood," "Family Tree," and more, but what to watch the rest of the time? Every Monday, we bring you five noteworthy highlights from the other six days of the week.

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    Watch: A Teaser for HBO's 'True Detective' Offers a Glimpse of Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey as Louisiana Cops

    "True Detective," the limited series coming to HBO in 2014, is the kind of project that suggests it's a model for where high-end television is headed. It features two major stars -- Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey, the latter making his debut as a TV lead -- and a film director, Cary Fukunag...

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    Is the 'Vice' Visit to North Korea With Dennis Rodman Daring Journalism or a Self-Promotional Stunt?

    "Are you journalists or are you entertainers?" a member of the audience demanded of Vice's Shane Smith and Ryan Duffy after an advance screening of "Basketball Diplomacy," the already infamous final episode of the current first season of their HBO news magazine show.

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    HBO Renews 'Vice' for a Second Season

    A day before its season finale, "Vice" has gotten a renewal notice from HBO. The half-hour news magazine series will get a 12-episode second season that will air in 2014.

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    Even Lucas and Spielberg Are Looking to Cable TV as the Future

    George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, giants of the big screen, the men behind some of Hollywood's defining franchises, think the film industry's headed for an "implosion." The pair were on a panel about the future of entertainment at the University of Southern California moderated by Microsoft's Don M...

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    Watch: Warwick Davis Tries to Raise Funds for 'Willow 2' in the Trailer for the 'Life's Too Short' Finale Special

    "Life's Too Short," the showbiz cringe comedy created by Warwick Davis, Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, will top off the seven-episode run it had on BBC in the UK and HBO here in the US last year with an hour-long finale special.

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    Steven Spielberg Says 'Lincoln' Was Almost An HBO Project, Warns Of Film Industry "Implosion"

    It’s becoming pretty obvious what the trend of 2013 is, at least in the film world. That trend would be filmmakers sharing their opinions on the current state of cinema and their predictions for what the future of cinema could entail. This time around, it’s George Lucas and Steven Spielberg. They re...

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    Watch: Teaser for 'Boardwalk Empire' Season Four Asks 'What Shall We Do, Mr. Thompson?'

    "Boardwalk Empire" went out in a blaze of gunfire last season, as war broke out between Nucky Thompson (Steve Buscemi), Gyp Rosetti (Bobby Cannavale) and various gangster forces in the New York/New Jersey area (with the odd Chicago representative). The fourth season starts on September 8th, and the ...

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