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    HBO Picks Up Michael Lannan's Gay-Themed San Francisco-Set Dramedy to Series

    It may not have a name, but Michael Lannan's still untitled dramedy project has been picked up to series by HBO, reports Deadline.

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    HBO Picks Up Alec Baldwin and James Toback's Cannes Meta-Doc 'Seduced and Abandoned' Ahead of Its Premiere at the Festival

    HBO has snagged the North American television rights to the documentary "Seduced and Abandoned" ahead of its premiere at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, where it'll play as a special screening.

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    New Pics From Alec Baldwin & James Toback's Cannes Doc 'Seduced And Abandoned' Plus Story Details

    Last year, Alec Baldwin and director James Toback hit the Croisette, not to premiere a movie, but to try and raise financing for one. They brought along some cameras to help document the effort for what would ultimately become the documentary, "Seduced And Abandoned," an insider's inside look at the...

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    Recap: Christopher Guest's 'Family Tree' Gets Off To A Promising Start & Shows He Hasn't Lost His Touch

    It's been seven far-too-long years since the last feature effort from Christopher Guest, and besides a failed pilot for the U.S. adaptation of the U.K. hit "The Thick Of It" and appearing alongside his regular roster players in a sketch for the 2012 Oscars, not much as been heard from him. But the w...

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    Christopher Guest Applies His Faux Documentary Formula to TV With the Perfectly Pleasant 'Family Tree'

    Fundamental to any Christopher Guest film is the deep dedication its characters have to their subculture of choice, be it purebred dogs ("Best in Show"), heavy metal ("This is Spinal Tap"), community theater ("Waiting for Guffman") or folk music ("A Mighty Wind"). The scenarios can get ridiculous --...

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    Christopher Guest Talks Returning to the Screen With HBO Series 'Family Tree' and the Scary Side of Working With Someone New

    "Family Tree," the HBO series premiering this Sunday, May 12 at 10:30pm, is Christopher Guest's first major on-screen project since his 2006 film "For Your Consideration," but he hasn't been taking it easy in the meanwhile. "I did a whole series of music in between," he notes. "In 2007 we did a Spin...

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    'Sightseers' Director Ben Wheatley Discusses His Black Comedy and Asks Marvel to "Phone me up!"

    Acclaimed British helmer Ben Wheatley is back in theaters this Friday after terrifying audiences last year with the sinister "Kill List," with a decidedly different film that's still no less twisted. Unlike "Kill List," his new effort "Sightseers" is a laugh-riot, albeit an extremely dark one. The f...

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    HBO Summer Documentary Series Very Women-Centric

    Last week, HBO announced their summer documentary series and it is very women-centric from the content to the majority of women directors of these films. Some of the women-centric docs include Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer about the infamous Russian punk group who were arrested last year after performin...

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    Mark Duplass Takes a Lead Role in the Duplass Brothers HBO Comedy Pilot 'Togetherness'

    Back in January, news first broke that indie filmmaking brothers Jay and Mark Duplass were heading to HBO to write, executive produce and direct the pilot for a half-hour comedy called "Togetherness." Now Deadline reports that Mark Duplass has also taken on a role as one of the four leads for the po...

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    Aaron Sorkin Says the New Season of 'The Newsroom' Will Focus on One Larger Story

    HBO has released a video teasing the new season of Aaron Sorkin's divisive drama "The Newsroom," set to return on July 14. In addition to promising that doughty "News Night" anchor Will McAvoy (Jeff Daniels) and his ditzily devoted producer and ex Mac McHale (Emily Mortimer) will continue to be in l...

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