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    Why Did They Have to Die? 'Game of Thrones' Infographic Shows Why Some Beloved Characters Had to Go

    The sudden and dramatic deaths on "Game of Thrones" often leave fans asking why? Well this fan-made infographic has the answers.

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    Robert De Niro Steps Out, for His Festival, His Father and the Friars Club's Top Award

    We all know that Robert De Niro is a far better screen actor than he is public figure. Journalists dread interviews with the famously monosyllabic star. But this year De Niro is suddenly everywhere: at Tribeca, his New York film festival, hawking the Tribeca-produced Sundance documentary about his a...

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    How I Shot That: A DP from 'True Blood' Explains His Toughest Scenes

    On the eve of the final season of "True Blood," cinematographer David Klein, ASC, gives us an inside look at Bon Temps and its inhabitants -- the live ones, dead and even the undead.

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    HBO Europe Expands Non-English Language Original Dramas

    American audiences know HBO for its premium programming: TV shows like "Game of Thrones," "Girls," "Veep" and films like "The Normal Heart." What they probably don't know is that HBO produces original content abroad--original content, its worth noting, in languages other than English.

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    'True Detective' Creator Nic Pizzolatto: Casting Rumors Are Bunk, Third Season Might be the Last

    The rumors are false, says "True Detective" creator Nic Pizzolatto: there's no confirmed casting for the film's second season. Oh, and he doesn't see the show going for more than three seasons.

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    Neil Marshall Talks Directing Epic 'Game of Thrones' Battle--and that Long Take

    Neil Marshall is quickly becoming 'the battle director' for "Game of Thrones"--and he doesn't mind a bit. First, the "Centurion" director helmed the ambitious nautical Battle of Blackwater from last season, and now he's brought us the Battle of Castle Black from this Sunday's "The Watchers on the Wa...

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    Watch: 'The Leftovers' Finds Religion in New Trailer Emphasizing Its 'Lost' Characters

    Damon Lindelof and Peter Berg's past work are put front and center in a new trailer playing up the romantic mysteries within "The Leftovers."

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    Review: 'Game of Thrones' Season 4, Episode 9: A Rule-Breaking Penultimate Episode Includes Many Deaths, But Something's Missing

    Season 2's ninth episode, “Blackwater,” saw the massive, thwarted siege of King's Landing, and now Season 's sees a similar, if even more lopsided siege of the Wall.

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    Darren Aronofsky, Bryan Cranston Turn to Books For New TV Projects -- But Are They The Right Books?

    This week, two new projects surfaced from the bookstore shelves, and while one sounds like a perfect match, the other is more of a head-scratcher.

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    'Veep' Gets Nasty: The 6 Best Insults from Season 3 (NSFW)

    Readers be warned: "Veep" pulls no punches, so neither did we. What's contained inside is not for the faint of heart.

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