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    Louis CK's "So Did the Fat Lady" Is Not The Last - Or The First - Word On Fat Women On TV

    Larger women have been demonstrating on TV, on their own terms, what their experiences are long before the current King of Comedy tackled the subject.

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    Rebel Wilson to Star in Remake of Private Benjamin

    Originally developed as a starring vehicle for Anna Faris, New Line's Update of Private Benjamin will feature Wilson. Goldie Hawn's portrayal in the original earned her an Oscar nomination, and the film was a huge commercial success.

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    Critical Crossroads: Seth Rogen's 'Neighbors' Is Very Funny, But Is It All Alone?

    As "Neighbors" hits theaters, film critics Amy Nicholson and Devin Faraci debate the state of studio comedies as well as those made outside the system.

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    Here Are 10 Indies to Watch With Your Mother This Mother's Day

    If you're lucky enough to be spending time with your mother this Sunday and want nothing more than to watch some great films together, then Indiewire has you covered. Here are 10 mommy-centric indies sure to deepen your bond this Mother's Day.

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    Review: Is Jon Favreau's 'Chef' a Return to Indie Form? Not So Fast.

    Jon Favreau looked oddly humble at the world premiere of "Chef," the actor-writer-director's first smaller, character-driven effort since the earlier days of his career, when he wrote "Swingers" with his pal Vince Vaughn and later directed "Made." Buzz hadn't been on his side ahead of the screening,...

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    Watch: The Charming Lads Are Back For 'The Trip To Italy' in New Trailer

    In this follow up to the hit 2010 comedy series turned film, Steve and Rob are back in action, only this time, they've added a little Mediterranean flavor.

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    Tribeca Review: How the Anton Yeltchin Drama '5 to 7' Represents the Worst Aspects of the 'Famous Writer' Genre

    A blank, unpublished slate at the film's beginning, these mild-turning-bold characters lose their innocence and find a topic — usually heartbreak — discovering themselves by the end credits.

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    Tribeca: Amy Sedaris on Never Aspiring to Do Film and Why She Couldn't Host Late Night

    Amy Sedaris appears only very briefly in the 2014 Tribeca Film Film Festival drama "Goodbye to All That" as the cat-loving boss to Paul Schneider's lead character. But like anything the actress and author stars in (including her recent appearance as a broker from hell in Comedy Central's hit new com...

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    Tribeca Review: If Woody Allen Directed a Vampire Comedy, It Might Resemble Onur Tukel’s Hilarious Urban Satire 'Summer of Blood'

    "You are fundamentally capable of taking anything seriously," he's told, a statement that extends to the movie itself.

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    The Indiewire Springboard: Meet Twitter Sensation, Published Author and Director of 'The One I Love, Charlie McDowell

    At only 30, Charlie McDowell already has a published book and a feature film under his belt. And at over 92k followers, he's a sensation on Twitter.

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