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    Review: Clark Gregg's 'Trust Me' Starring Amanda Peet, Sam Rockwell & Saxon Sharbino

    It takes some audacity to open your film with an homage to "Sunset Boulevard," but that doesn't seem to worry Clark Gregg. A journeyman actor valued by filmmakers like David Mamet, Gregg has had a dynamic few years, making his directorial debut with Chuck Palahniuk adaptation "Choke" and an attentio...

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    'Everyone's Kind Of Becoming These Nerds': 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.' Star Clark Gregg On His New Movie and Working For Marvel

    The actor, writer and director speaks about the origins of his new movie and his feelings on the season finale of "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."

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    Here Are 10 Great Hollywood Satires

    With the On Demand release of "Trust Me" -- which follows Clark Gregg as a down on his luck child talent agent Howard Holloway -- we've compiled a list of some of the most memorable films that satirize the Hollywood film industry. From straight up comedies, to action thrillers to classic musicals, t...

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    Watch: Trailer for Clark Gregg's Sophomore Feature 'Trust Me,' Starring Sam Rockwell and Molly Shannon

    Going via the normal route of saving the world to directing, Clark Gregg, star of “The Avengers” and TV's “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D” (He plays Agent Phil Coulson), has taken a step behind the camera once again. His sophomore directorial effort, “Trust Me”," will be released in cinemas June 6th and Dema...

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    Watch: Trailer For Clark Gregg's Hollywood Satire 'Trust Me' With Sam Rockwell, Amanda Peet, Allison Janney & More

    Killed off in "The Avengers," and brought back to life for "Marvel's Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.," Clark Gregg hasn't had much time to rest from his superhero duties, but he did manage enough time to knock out a sophomore directorial effort with "Trust Me." And after premiering at the Tribeca Film Festiv...

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    Starz Digital Acquires Rights to Clark Gregg's 'Trust Me'

    "Trust Me," a comedy that premiered earlier last year at the Tribeca Film Festival, has just been acquired by Starz Digital Media, the digital distribution subdivision of Starz.

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    Tribeca Review: Hollywood Satire 'Trust Me' Continues Industry Self-Love Designed As Self-Mockery

    It takes some audacity to open your film with an homage to "Sunset Boulevard," but that doesn't seem to worry Clark Gregg. A journeyman actor valued by filmmakers like David Mamet, Gregg has had a dynamic few years, making his directorial debut with Chuck Palahniuk adaptation "Choke" and an attentio...

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    The Playlist's 20 Most Anticipated Films Of The 2013 Tribeca Film Festival

    Running from April 17-28, the 12th incarnation of the Tribeca Film Festival starts this week. It's a festival which has only grown in stature and confidence over the years; those awkward toddler years in which the line up was rather unwieldy and the standard a little haphazard are now just a distant...

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    First Look: Clark Gregg In 'Trust Me,' New Pics Of Imogen Poots In 'Greetings from Tim Buckley' & Thomas Haden Church in 'Whitewash'

    In anticipation of the Tribeca Film Festival, the first-looks keep moving along. Let’s start with new photos from "Greetings from Tim Buckley," the quasi-look at the life of singer Jeff Buckley as he performs a concert for his father, Tim. The film, directed by Daniel Algrant, and starring Penn Badg...

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    Clark Gregg Says 'Trust Me' To Sam Rockwell, William H. Macy, Amanda Peet, Allison Janney & More

    Since making his directorial debut with the Chuck Palahniuk adaptation “Choke” in 2008, Clark Gregg has appeared in some of the most successful films of the past four years. But now that his relationship with Marvel is seemingly at an end -- provided the studio doesn’t just retcon ...

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