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    W. Kamau Bell Talks 'Totally Biased,' Learning to Speak Talk Show Host and the Best Places to Be a Black Hipster

    Launching a new topical late night talk show is no easy prospect in a market dominated by the still-brilliant likes of "The Daily Show" and "The Colbert Report," not to mention Conan, Fallon, Leno, Letterman and the rest of the regulars. But comedian W. Kamau Bell, host of FX'...

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    EXCLUSIVE: Spirit Nominee Alex Ross Perry Discusses New HBO Project 'The Traditions,' His Next Feature and Life After 'The Color Wheel'

    Alex Ross Perry isn't your average overnight sensation. His debut feature, 2009's innovative quasi-adaptation of Gravity's Rainbow "IMPOLEX," garnered some support at regional festivals, while his hilarious followup "The Color Wheel" followed a similar path, steadily developing appeal through word o...

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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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    Dan Bucatinsky on 'Scandal,' 'Web Therapy' and the Evolution of Gay Characters on the Small Screen

    Dan Bucatinsky is a very busy man. The actor, writer and producer is currently playing a recurring role in ABC's Shonda Rhimes drama "Scandal" as James Novak, a former political journalist whose return to work has caused some serious, potentially administration-shaking conflicts for his husband Cyru...

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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 1: 'Side Effects,' 'Behind the Candelabra' and His Friendship With David Fincher

    Well, the time has come. This Friday sees Steven Soderbergh cap off what has been an incredibly prolific and eclectic career of making movies with the release of "Side Effects," his supposed last film to open theatrically starring Rooney Mara, Jude Law and his "Magic Mike" muse Channing Tatum.

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    Alex Gibney on 'Mea Maxima Culpa,' Catholicism and Why Institutions Can't Be Trusted to Regulate Themselves

    The central visual in Alex Gibney's documentary "Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence In The House of God" is one both powerful and distressing -- that of its subjects delivering their impassioned testimonials to the camera in eloquent sign language. They fought to bring to light the sexual abuse inflicted on ...

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    'House of Cards' Showrunner Beau Willimon on Netflix, Ideal Politicians and Working With David Fincher

    When Netflix unveils all 13 episodes of the first season of "House of Cards" on Friday, February 1st, it will potentially join the ranks of cable networks like HBO, AMC and FX without being a TV network at all. The streaming site/DVD-by-mail company premiered its first original series, the...

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    Jerome Flynn Talks 'Ripper Street,' How 'Game of Thrones' Changed His Life and His Era as an Accidental Pop Star

    Jerome Flynn makes a dramatic entrance in "Ripper Street," BBC America's new Victorian cop drama -- barechested and bloody and in the middle of an underground boxing match, from which he takes a brief pause to remove a tooth that has gotten lodged in his knuckles following a punch. Thi...

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    WATCH: YouTube Star Chris Crocker Talks VOD Release for 'Me at the Zoo,' His New Album and Showing the Film to His Family

    At last year's Sundance, Chris Moukarbel and Valerie Veatch's "Me at the Zoo" was a surprise hit.  The documentary, which explores YouTube and Internet celebrity through the story of one Chris Crocker, was picked up early in the festival by HBO and has had a nice run on televi...

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