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    Watch: LeVar Burton Explains the Incredible Impact of 'Roots' in an Exclusive Clip From 'Pioneers of Television'

    How big a deal was the miniseries "Roots" when it was first broadcast on ABC in 1977? "They closed the casinos in Vegas when 'Roots' aired," explains cast member John Amos. "Nobody was on the streets." In this exclusive clip from the final episode of this season...

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    Watch: Teaser for David Mamet's HBO Semi-Biopic 'Phil Spector'

    "Phil Spector," the upcoming TV movie written and directed by David Mamet for HBO, stars Al Pacino as the (in)famous record producer and Helen Mirren as Linda Kenney Baden, the defense attorney representing him in his trial for the murder of Lana Clarkson. It's the lates...

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    Weekend Recap: 'Inside Llewyn Davis' Update, New Trailers, Original 'X-Men' Returns, Ebert Oscar & Sundance Guides

    - As we've already predicted, the Coens' "Inside Llewyn Davis" will likely premiere at Cannes, according to this NYTimes update. As we reported when we leaked the trailer, the movie will screen at the Sony lot for assorted music industry folks as well as potential buyers right befo...

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    Watch: Top Ten Charlie Rose Director Interviews, Kubrick on '2001: A Space Odyssey' (VIDEO)

    The Cinephile Archive has posted a round-up of the top ten Charlie Rose interviews on film directors - beginning with George Lucas, then Alfred Hitchcock, James Cameron, Steve Jobs and John Lasseter, Quentin Tarantino, Stanley Kubrick, Roman Polanski, Oliver Stone, Tim Burton, and Werner Herzog.

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    Watch: A Teenaged Edgar Wright Shows Off His Very Early Work on UK TV (Video)

    Some filmmakers get their careers off to an especially early start -- like "Shaun of the Dead" director Edgar Wright, who was making Super 8 and camcorder shorts with his friends long before he made his first feature, "A Fistful of Fingers," in 1994 when he was just 20.

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    Watch: Trailer for ESPN Doc 'The Clemente Effect,' on Baseball Legend Roberto Clemente

    ESPN has yet to announce the next round of documentaries to premiere in its "30 for 30" series, but here's guessing "The Clemente Effect," the trailer for which was just released, will be one of them. Directed by Mario Diaz, the film looks at the life of Puerto Rican baseball...

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    Watch: Teaser for the Mid-Season Premiere of AMC's 'The Walking Dead'

    "The Walking Dead" has been in the news lately, not because of its mid-season return on February 10th but because the show recently shucked off another showrunner, with Glen Mazzara set to depart after closing out the current third season.

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    Watch: Is This 'Portlandia' Nerd PSA the Latest Salvo in the 'Fake Geek Girl' Wars?

    Has self-proclaimed nerdiness gone too far and stripped meaning from the term? In this sketch from the hipster-skewering Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein comedy series "Portlandia," currently in the midst of its third season on IFC, a man offers up an informative message from the &q...

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    Watch: Stephen Colbert Asks Kathryn Bigelow 'Do you think you were duped?' on 'The Colbert Report'

    Kathryn Bigelow appeared on "The Colbert Report" last night to talk about the fallout from "Zero Dark Thirty" and, once again, the film's portrayal of torture. The filmmaker's been more vocal lately out after attempting to let the movie speak for itself, and starts the ex...

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    Watch: Opening Sequence for History's First Scripted Series 'Vikings'

    Scripted series are at such a premium at the moment that many networks who've built their brand on nonfiction programming are preparing to launch dramas, among them History.

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