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    Sundance: Aaron Paul on Why He'll Never Be the Next Tom Cruise and Resurrecting Jesse Pinkman for AMC

    Aaron Paul is not Jesse Pinkman. Thanks to five trailblazing seasons on "Breaking Bad," it's damn near impossible not to think of Paul as anyone else. But as he stressed to Indiewire in Park City, the deeply troubled Pinkman is his "opposite." The same goes for the alcoholic father he plays in Kat C...

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    'Orange Is The New Black' Creator Talks Race & Gender Struggles Faced In Pitching The Series

    'Orange Is The New Black' Creator Talks Race & Gender Struggles Faced In Pitching The Series

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    Showtime Splashes Down at TV Critics Panel with Climate Change Doc; Star-Studded New Shows Unveiled

    Heat, drought and catastrophe conspired to provide a perfect entrance for Arnold Schwarzenegger when he showed up at TCA on Thursday to promote Showtime's epic documentary on climate change, "The Years of Living Dangerously." The pay cabler also unveiled previews of new shows "Penny Dreadful," "The ...

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    Jonathan Groff Talks 'Looking,' Awkward Sex Scenes and Telling Stories About Gay Characters That Aren't Just About Coming Out

    "Glee" alum and Tony-nominee Jonathan Groff is about to be seen in his most ambitious role yet, as one of the leads of "Looking," HBO's hotly anticipated new series about a trio of gay men in San Francisco that was created by Michael Lannan and is executive produced by "Weekend" filmmaker Andrew Hai...

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    Patton Oswalt On His New Stand-Up Special, The TV Shows On Which He'd Still Like to Guest Star and Hosting the Spirit Awards

    An interview with Patton Oswalt on his incredible year of television in 2013, why he's so proud of his part in "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" and what shows he still hopes to guest on in the future.

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    HBO Makes News at TV Critics Panel

    HBO brought a raft of star power to the opening day of the winter Television Critics Press Tour (TCA) Thursday afternoon, presenting Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, stars of the brooding Louisiana-set crime series “True Detective,” which premieres Sunday, along with Mark Ruffalo, Julia Robe...

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    The Boldest Show You Haven't Heard Of (Yet): Showrunner Greg Yaitanes Talks Cinemax's Pulp Saga 'Banshee'

    "Banshee" showrunner Greg Yaitanes tells Indiewire about the upcoming second season of the Cinemax action drama, whether there's ever been a moment on the show that he thought was too extreme and how the storytelling extends onto multiple platforms in a way few other series manage.

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    Adam Driver on Singing for the Coen Brothers in 'Inside Llewyn Davis' and Why He Keeps Coming Back to 'Girls'

    Adam Driver might be best known for playing Lena Dunham's on-again, off-again boyfriend on HBO's show "Girls" but it's on the big screen where he's really stretching.

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    Neil LaBute on Going Back to Basics With 'Some Velvet Morning' and His Move to Television

    When NeilLaBute's latest "Some Velvet Morning" premiered back at the Tribeca Film Festival in April, anticipation was muted. The acerbic playwright who made name for himself with acidic variations on the battle of the sexes (best captured in his scorching film debut "In the Company of Men"), had as ...

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