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    Interview: Kevin Spacey Talks 'Now: In the Wings On A World Stage,' Jesse Eisenberg Playing Lex Luthor & More

    Kevin Spacey, a world-class actor who has conquered stage, screen, and Netflix, is placing another feather in his cap: he's about to self-release "NOW: In the Wings on a World Stage," a documentary that thrillingly chronicles the worldwide production of William Shakespeare's "Richard III," mounted b...

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    Phillip Noyce and Kevin Spacey Producing Potential Scripted Shows For E!

    As the scales continue to tip back away from reality programming, E!, home of such pop culture-eating-itself products like the Kardashian franchise, "The E! True Hollywood Story," "Chelsea Lately," "The Soup" and "Ice Loves Coco," has become the latest network...

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    Watch: Trailer For Star-Studded Financial Drama 'Margin Call' Arrives

    Given that it was as significant an event in the world as any in the last century, it's not surprising that Hollywood have finally turned their eye to the 2008 financial apocalypse; even if it's unlikely to bring in the teens, it's inherently dramatic subject matter, and this year has already seen C...

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    The Essentials: 6 Kevin Spacey Performances

    On entering adolescence, and discovering that cinema had more to offer than Roland Emmerich and Jackie Chan, this writer's favorite working actor swiftly became Kevin Spacey. The actor had been working for over a decade, converting his theater cred into supporting roles in the likes of "Working Girl...

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    Robin Wright In Negotiations To Join Kevin Spacey In David Fincher's Netflix Series 'House of Cards'

    We have to admit, we're enormously intrigued by "House of Cards." A remake of the popular BBC series from the 1990s, itself based on a series of books by political insider Michael Dobbs, it marks the reunion of David Fincher, one of the biggest directors around, and Oscar-winner Kevin Spacey, for the first time since "Se7en," and on a TV series, no less. More importantly, it has the potential to be a real game-changer, being the first original series commissioned by streaming giants Netflix, who will air the show exclusively, having committed $100 million to the show, and scheduling it for an unprecedented 26-episode, two season run straight ...

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    Cannes Review: 'Margin Call' A Compelling 24-Hour Slice Of The Start Of The Economic Collapse

    Just a note: No, this isn't part of the official lineup, but we missed it at Sundance and took a trip into the Cannes marketplace today to catch up with it.

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    First Look At Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Aniston & Colin Farrell As The 'Horrible Bosses'

    We're heading towards a veritable cluster-fuck of foul-mouthed comedies this summer, with "Bridesmaids" already picking up good buzz from SXSW, and "The Hangover 2" following swiftly behind, with "The Change-Up," "30 Minutes or Less," "Friends With Benefits" and "Bad Teacher" bringing up the rear. W...

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    Netflix Enters Original Content World By Backing David Fincher/Kevin Spacey Series 'House of Cards'

    The term 'game-changer' gets bandied around a lot, but rarely accurately. "The Matrix Revolutions," for instance, was billed as such. So was "Tron: Legacy," and neither seem to have changed any games, as such. "Avatar" has the most claim to the title, seeing as how it immediately encouraged every ot...

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    David Fincher & Kevin Spacey Teaming For TV Remake Of British Series 'House of Cards'

    There have been some interesting debates in the last few weeks as to whether TV has surpassed film as the natural home for grown-up, dramatic storytelling. Scott Rudin told GQ as much a few weeks back, telling Mark Harris that "...for all those people who spent years trying to get movies made at all...

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    Review: 'Casino Jack' Showcases A Broken System With Irreverent Glee But An Unfocused Eye

    In case you needed a primer on what a lobbyist is, “Casino Jack” has got you covered. Based on the rise and fall of disgraced Washington man-about-town Jack Abramoff, the comedy-drama explains with great detail and full color exactly what a lobbyist does, what sort of influence they wield and their ...

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