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    Watch: Michael Douglas & Matt Damon Are Gloriously Gaudy & Glitzy In New 'Behind The Candelabra' Teaser

    So Steven Soderbergh's final film -- the man still has plenty of non-movie stuff he's working on -- arrives in May on HBO, but don't let television tag fool you. "Behind The Candelabra" is still widely tipped to be included somewhere in the Cannes Film Festival lineup, and while the summer movie sea...

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    Usher Helps 'The Voice' To Rating Highs, While 'American Idol' Sinks Even Lower

    The decision to replace the departed gremlin known as Cee-Lo Green with Usher, and Christina Aguilera with Shakria on NBC's The Voice, seems to have been a smart move for the show.

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    Steven Soderbergh Finally Tackling Long-Gestating Adaptation Of 'Sot-Weed Factor' For 12-Hour TV Series

    While Steven Soderbergh may be done with narrative filmmaking for the moment, his "retirement" will perhaps find him busier than ever, but not on projects that will be screened at a multiplex near you. He's got his hands in stage musicals for "Magic Mike" and "Cleopatra," he's directing a play this ...

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    AMC Sets a Date for 'The Killing,' Which Will Return With a Two-Hour Premiere

    AMC's set a premiere date for the third season of "The Killing," the crime drama the network axed only to then decide to bring it back after all. The show will return on Sunday, June 2 at 8pm with a two-hour premiere, and stars Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman joined by new cast members Peter Sarsgaa...

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    Watch: Supercut Of (Nearly) Every Video Game In 'The Simpsons'

    Regardless of where your anticipation for new “The Simpsons” episodes stands, one aspect of the show most agree is still strong is in its irreverent gallery of made-up brands, store names, and products. Names like Java The Hut and Bloodbath And Beyond hold a special place in the show's 24-year histo...

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    Martin Scorsese and Miramax Are Developing a 'Gangs of New York' TV Series

    In the words of Leonardo DiCaprio's Amsterdam Vallon, "And no matter what they did to build this city up again... for the rest of time... it would be like no one even knew we was ever here." Except on television, because Martin Scorsese and Miramax have announce that they're developing a TV series b...

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    4 Million People Watched The Season 6 Premiere Episode Of BET's 'The Game'

    4 Million People Watched The Season 6 Premiere Episode Of BET's 'The Game'

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    Martin Lawrence/Kelsey Grammer 'Odd Couple'-Like Comedy Series Pairing Moving Forward

    An update on this TV pairing first announced in January, which is now on its way to becoming a reality...

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    Martin Scorsese Developing 'Gangs Of New York' TV Series

    It's probably safe to say that "Gangs Of New York" is likely the most divisive movie Martin Scorsese has made over the past decade or so. And it was also seemingly one plagued with rumors that Harvey Weinstein essentially neutered Scorsese's better (though still flawed) and preferred cut. It's somet...

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