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Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy
It’s the 1970’s and San Diego anchorman Ron Burgundy is the top dog in network TV, which gives way to his freewheeling sexism with his fraternal-like crew. But all that’s about to change (or be jeopardized) when ambitious reporter Veronica Corningstone arrives as a new employee at his TV station.
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The fall TV season officially launches next Monday, Sept. 25, and we have a few picks to add to your DVR or streaming queue.
Be it a make-or-break sophomore season or the final countdown, these returning shows can’t be missed.
With the biggest festival of the fall behind us, we debate the winners and losers as Oscar season takes flight.
Soderbergh's career has been one of constant reinvention and refusing to accept Hollywood conventions of how to make and distribute films.
Director Geremy Jasper breaks down how he taught Australian actress Danielle MacDonald to rap and why he never consider casting an experience hip hop artist to anchor his Sundance breakout.
Director Steven Daldry and production designer Martin Childs on how they created the vastness of royal life and isolation of Queen Elizabeth.