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    'Arrested Development' Movie Edges Closer To Reality, New Mini-Season Promised & 2013 Release Eyed

    Showtime & Netflix Currently Vying For The Rights To Season 4The "Arrested Development" movie is the great white whale of internet fandom of the past few years. Originally airing in 2003, Mitchell Hurwitz's Fox sitcom has, over the years, enshrined its place as one of the great comedy series of all ...

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    Hey Netflix, If It Takes You 13 Paragraphs To Explain Your Service Changes, You're Doing It Wrong

    Company Splits In Two; Creates Qwikster For DVDs, Keeps Netflix For Streaming, Makes Users Sorely Confused Good Lord, Reed Hastings. What were you drinking last night?

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    'The Descent' Director Neil Marshall To Helm Season Two Episode Of HBO's 'Game of Thrones'

    You may have noticed that we're big fans of HBO's "Game of Thrones." It might have looked like some kind of swords and sorcery geekfest, but in fact, it turned out to be a rich, complex drama worthy of the best of the cable network's output, with an impeccable cast (including the Emmy-nominated Pet...

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    'The Corrections' Headed To HBO With Noah Baumbach

    Anthony Hopkins & Donald Sutherland Eyeing Lead RoleUpdate: THR confirms this report.

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    Eric Stonestreet To Play Fatty Arbuckle In Barry Levinson Directed 'The Day The Laughter Stopped'

    In the history of salacious Hollywood trials, none have matched the infamy of Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle's battle against charges that he raped actress Virgina Rappe at a boisterous Hollywood party (who died shortly afterward of peritonitis caused a ruptured bladder). It was essentially the first showbiz trial, one that found Arbuckle prosecuted in the press -- and later in court -- thanks to the relentless tabloid journalism of William Randolph Hearst's chain of newspapers, which painted the silent comedian as a lecher who used his girth to overpower women sexually. After three trials -- in which it became apparent that evidence was being manu...

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    Todd Haynes & Julianne Moore Eyeing Re-Team With HBO To Deliver 'Dope'

    With 21 Emmy nominations -- more than any other television program -- there is a reason why Todd Haynes' HBO mini-series "Mildred Pierce" has earned so much acclaim. It's fucking great. Easily one of the best pieces of cinema we've seen this year on any size screen, it features career-best work from...

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    HBO Sets Martin Scorsese's Doc 'George Harrison: Living in the Material World' For October Premiere

    It was way back in September 2007 that we first heard news of Martin Scorsese’s planned George Harrison documentary, “George Harrison: Living in the Material World.” Since then he’s directed a documentary for another renowned music act with The Rolling Stones’ “Shine a Light,” and even found time to...

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    'Slumdog Millionaire' Star Dev Patel Lands Role In Aaron Sorkin's 'More As This Story Develops'

    As far as starts to careers go for young actors, having your first role in the first-line-up of hugely popular U.K. teen series "Skins," and then going on to the lead role in a global hit that swept the Oscars, namely "Slumdog Millionaire," isn't a bad one, and Dev Patel must consider himself fairly...

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    Aaron Sorkin Penning HBO Miniseries About L.A. Hotel Chateau Marmont For John Krasinski

    We've long suspected that John Krasinski is a much smarter, more talented guy that he's been able to demonstrate so far outside "The Office." His film work has been in pretty awful pictures, on the whole, but he's generally been the best thing in films like "Something Borrowed," "Leatherheads," and ...

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    Spike Lee Heads To HBO For 'Da Brick,' A Drama Series Based On The Life Of Mike Tyson

    It seems HBO is desperate to find something, anything to stand in the place of "Entourage" after the final season airs this year. Last year, they launched "How To Make It In America," a show that copies the same basic format but swaps out Hollywood for the fashion industry (though, to be fair, it's ...

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