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    Watch: Exclusive 'Alex & Eve' Clip Puts a Cultural Twist on Forbidden Romances

    Peter Andrikidis' new film hilariously tackles inter-faith marriage.

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    Watch: Jack Black Pillow Fights And Sings K-Pop In Totally Normal Clips From Totally Normal TV Show

    The actor participated in some hilarious challenges as part of the Korean program "Infinity Challenge."

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    Watch: Melissa Rauch is Foul-Mouthed and Feisty in 'The Bronze' Trailer

    "The Big Bang Theory" star will surely shock fans in her newest film.

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    Watch: Infidelity Gets A Lot More Complicated in Exclusive 'The Tail Job' Clip

    Conflicting opinions about what constitutes "cheating" are tackled in this minute-long clip.

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    Comedic Mayhem is Unleashed in Exclusive 'My Big Night' Poster

    Every character on the poster for Álex de la Iglesia's latest is ready for his or her closeup.

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    Top New York Comedy Writers Tell How to Start and Sustain a Career in Comedy

    Five of the best New York-based comedy writers met for a round table as part of New York Comedy Festival.

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    Rick Alverson Challenges You to Watch 'Entertainment' His Way

    "I think with 'Entertainment,' for me, it’s that dance between our instincts to be reading a film."

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    Streaming Services Are the New Networks; BFI Joins the Fray

    With NBCUniversal's new streaming comedy channel, Seeso, and the British Film Institute's curated BFI Player+, digital services large and small are pursuing what cable and premium networks have had for years: a brand identity.

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    Fall's Best TV Comedies, 'Please Like Me' and 'Casual,' Are a Sign of the Times

    "Please Like Me," on Pivot, and "Casual," on Hulu, use the raw materials of romantic comedy to investigate idiosyncratic family dynamics at the far end of the proverbial dial.

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