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    Mel Brooks on the Secret to Fart Sounds, Why Comedy's Gotten Lazy and His New PBS Doc 'Mel Brooks: Make a Noise'

    Mel Brooks talks to us about his very entertaining episode of the PBS series "American Masters," "Mel Brooks: Make a Noise" (premiering Monday, May 20th at 9pm ET/PT.

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    Isabella Rossellini on Her Newest Nature-Themed Shorts Series 'Mammas' and Making Films for the Web

    Isabella Rossellini is a dauntless actress and a famous beauty descended from film royalty, which makes it all the more wonderful that her work as a director has been so delightfully silly. Working with Sundance Channel, Rossellini has produced multiple series of nature-themed short films for the we...

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    Christopher Guest Talks Returning to the Screen With HBO Series 'Family Tree' and the Scary Side of Working With Someone New

    "Family Tree," the HBO series premiering this Sunday, May 12 at 10:30pm, is Christopher Guest's first major on-screen project since his 2006 film "For Your Consideration," but he hasn't been taking it easy in the meanwhile. "I did a whole series of music in between," he notes. "In 2007 we did a Spin...

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    James Purefoy Talks the Finale of 'The Following' and How No One (Not Even Kevin Bacon) is Safe

    James Purefoy will be watching tonight's season finale of "The Following" along with everyone else -- between different versions of the script and possible last minute changes, he admits "I don't really know what happens."

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    Nev Schulman Explains Why 'Catfish: The TV Show' is a Hit

    "Catfish" was a hit at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival for its star, Nev Schulman, and the two filmmakers behind it, Nev's brother Ariel and Henry Joost. Ariel and Joost went on to make the third and fourth installment of the "Paranormal Activity" franchise.

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    Marc Maron on His New IFC Show 'Maron,' Podcasting and When Making Himself Uncomfortable is a Good Thing

    Marc Maron worked as a comedian for years before he became the internet's favorite podcaster. A regular figure in the alt comedy scene as it came into ascendance in Boston, New York and Los Angeles, a repeated guest on Conan and Letterman and a personality on the late Air America Radio, his career h...

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    Ray McKinnon on His New Sundance Channel Drama 'Rectify' and Why 'The New Indie Is In TV'

    Though Ray McKinnon won an Oscar for his 2001 short "The Accountant" and went to Sundance with his 2004 film "Chrystal," starring his late wife Lisa Blount and Billy Bob Thornton, he's best known for his work as an actor. He's a familiar face from features like "That Evening Sun" and the upcoming "M...

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    Sebastian Junger on the Value and Cost of War Reporting and Making a Film About His Late 'Restrepo' Co-Director Tim Hetherington

    Journalist and documentarian Sebastian Junger talks about his HBO film "Which Way Is the Front Line from Here? The Life and Time of Tim Hetherington."

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    Silas Weir Mitchell Talks Finding the 'Portlandia' Side of the Supernatural as a Sweater-Wearing Vegan Werewolf in 'Grimm'

    It's a mysterious pop culture phenomenon that when a Republican is in office, zombie movies tend to be popular, and when a Democrat is, we're all about vampires. So what to make of it when werewolves are on the rise, stealing the hearts of fans when forming love triangles in "True Blood" and the "Tw...

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    David S. Goyer Explains His 'Graphic Novel' Approach to Renaissance Intrigue in 'Da Vinci's Demons'

    David S. Goyer is best known for his superhero stories -- he wrote the screenplays for "Batman Begins," "Blade" and the upcoming "Man of Steel," among others. So of course, though his new drama "Da Vinci's Demons" is about an actual human historical figure, he's managed to find something larger than...

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