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    How to Make the Transition from Indie Film to TV: 5 Things We Learned From Our Panel With the NYTVF

    Over the past few years, television's begun to challenge film as the preeminent outlet for American storytelling, the breadth of interest and means of distribution at an all-time high for a medium that can no longer be looked at as of inferior artistic merit. While mainstream film is driven far ...

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    Are You Keeping Your Subscription? 86% Of Netflix Users Say ‘House of Cards' Makes Them Less Likely To Cancel

    If you’re anything like us, the last several weeks have been tinged with political intrigue, Robin Wright, and a massive helping of Freddy’s BBQ as Netflix’s “House of Cards” laid out its first season. Of course, the Kevin Spacey-led series snagged a boatload of publici...

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    Brad Pitt Passes On David Fincher's '20,000 Leagues Under The Sea'; Director May Not Helm 'House Of Cards' Season 2 Episodes

    A little clarification on THR's David Fincher/"20,000 Leagues Under The Sea" report. Yes, Disney is debating whether to shoot the 3D tentpole in Australia and the trade reports there are lots of financial incentives to do so, but Fincher did his location scouting (and met with Aussie federal arts mi...

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    5 Things We Learned About the Unconventional Assembling of 'House of Cards' From Media Rights Capital's Modi Wiczyk

    "House of Cards," the Netflix original political drama from David Fincher, Kevin Spacey and Beau Willimon that launched exclusively on the site on February 1st, has been an fascinating experiment both in terms of storytelling and as a business venture. It's a show that, in accordance w...

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    What Worked & What Didn't In Season One Of David Fincher & Kevin Spacey's 'House Of Cards'

    Ten days ago, Beau Willimon, David Fincher, Kevin Spacey and Netflix hoped to change the future of television with "House of Cards," the first high-profile series to be produced by, and air exclusively on, the streaming platform. A remake of the late 1980s BBC miniseries (itself based on the book by...

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    Corey Stoll on 'House of Cards,' Politicians' Pain Thresholds and the Good and Bad Sides of Binge-Watching

    Peter Russo (Corey Stoll), the South Philly congressman who gets caught up in the political machinations of David Fincher's Netflix series "House of Cards," is in many ways the opposite of Kevin Spacey's Francis Underwood. Russo is hot-tempered where Underwood is cool and restrained; he's at the mer...

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    Interview | Steven Soderbergh, Part 2: 'Magic Mike 2,' His Move to Broadway and Why He'd Never Make a Western

    In this second installment, Soderbergh reveals which genre he genre he wish he had tackled, why he chose not to return to "Magic Mike 2," his take on the cut he saw of Paul Schrader's Hollywood satire "The Canyons," and details on his upcoming move to Broadway with his "Side Effects" star Catherine ...

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    Before 'House of Cards': 10 TV Characters Fond of Breaking the Fourth Wall

    In last week's "30 Rock" finale, as she was about to tell Liz (Tina Fey) another crazy story about her alleged ex-boyfriend Mickey Rourke, Jenna (Jane Krakowski) trailed off mid-line, turned to the camera and confessed "I can't do this anymore. I've never met Mickey Rourke." It wasn't the first time...

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    Where to Watch the First Episode of David Fincher's 'House of Cards' for Free Online

    Netflix launched its David Fincher original series "House of Cards" today -- read our review here -- in its 13-episode first season entirety. For those without a subscription, the company has made the first episode, which Fincher directed in what is his first TV venture, available for free...

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    Review: David Fincher's 'House Of Cards' Is A Beautiful, Bedazzling Political Thriller (At Least In Its First Two Episodes)

    When Netflix announced that they would get into the scripted programming game, with three high profile projects all lined up for the first half of 2013 (including the Eli Roth literary-based Gothic horror project "Hemlock Grove" and the hopefully rapturous return of oddball comedy classic "Arrested ...

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