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    Watch the Pilot for 'Zombieland' (For Real This Time), Along With Amazon's 13 Other Prospective Original Series

    After jumping the gun with it yesterday, Amazon Studios now really has the pilot for its "Zombieland" TV adaptation up online in full, along with the 13 other pilots making up the company's first round of original programming.

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    Watch Amazon Studio's Trailer for Its 'Zombieland' TV Series Adaptation

    The undead have certainly captivated the living -- vampires first caught our attention and zombies weren't too far behind. But will the new "Zombieland" TV adaptation have enough underworld mojo to make it to series and capture the attention of an online audience?

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    Amazon Studios Greenlights a 'Zombieland' Original Series Pilot

    Amazon is making its way toward producing and offering up its own slate of original series, like Hulu and Netflix, though the online retail giant is taking a more circuitous path toward those shows. Amazon Studios was initially launched as a place for films to be crowdsourced, reworked with user fee...

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    John Goodman Joins Amazon Studio's Political Comedy 'Alpha House'

    Making a political comedy? There is probably no better person to wield a pen on the subject than "Doonesbury" creator Garry Trudeau. And indeed, he's been tapped to pen "Alpha House," one of six new projects Amazon Studios are ramping up, and they've landed a big name to join.

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    Amazon Angling For 'Zombieland' Series, 'Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil' Helmer Eli Craig To Direct

    Welcome to the future of programming. 2013 is marking perhaps the biggest gear change in how we watch television, as traditional network and cable outlets are going to be getting a serious run for their money from streaming services. Netflix drops "House Of Cards" next week and "Arrested Development...

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    Tom Holland To Adapt & Direct Stephen King's 'The Ten O'Clock People'; Clive Barker To Direct 'Zombies Vs. Gladiators'

    Some horror fans may think that the 1980s was the best times for horror movies, but Hollywood's constant rummaging through the VHS bin of the era for remake material doesn't always sit well. While last year's "Fright Night" wasn't the worst offender of 1980s horror retellin...

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    10 Films To Check Out In Amazon's New 'Never Before On DVD' Section

    Taking a page from the successful programs that Warner Bros. and other studios have launched, Amazon has unveiled their “Never Before on DVD” store, which will make DVD copies of films and television shows that have not yet made the leap to home video.

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    'Pan Am' Might Land At Amazon Studios

    When "Pan Am" first aired it looked like ABC might have a hit on their hands. The premiere (which cost $10m) was watched by 11 million viewers, the promos all looked (aesthetically at least) very appealing, while the reviews were cautiously positive and also expressed optimism for what the...

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    Selling to Amazon TV: Can This Be a Good Deal?

    Hulu, Crackle, Netflix, YouTube -- it was only a matter of time before Amazon jumped on the original TV series bandwagon. The retail giant is launching a new department of its Amazon Studios division that will focus on generating comedy and children's series ideas to run on Amazon Instant Video.

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    Amazon Moving Into Crowd-Sourced Movie Production

    One of the few outright large-scale success stories of the internet age, along with Facebook, Google and YouPorn, are retail giants Amazon, who've gone from a bookstore to selling... well, just about everything, with a still-intimidating marketshare for literature, both real and e-books. So the next...

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