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    Watch: A Movie-Style 'Epic' Trailer for the New Season of 'Community'

    "Community" finally returns this week, after being bumped from the fall schedule while NBC dedicated its marketing resources to its new hits "Revolution" and "Go On." The network is perhaps attempting to make up for it with the blockbuster-style "epic" trailer...

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    Watch New Interview-Based Web Series 'African Time' (Africans Sharing American Experiences)

    I dig this new web series from WAAVE & DADA Productions, titled African Time, which is described as an interview-based series that centered on Africans sharing thoughts, experiences, loves, anecdotes and more on their transitioning into *American culture*

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    Watch: A Sneak Preview of the Mid-Season Premiere of 'The Walking Dead'

    "The Walking Dead" is due to return with the back half of its third season on February 10th -- eight episodes that will also be the last hurrah for showrunner Glen Mazzara, who's set to move on from the high-rated, high-turnover zombie drama.

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    Watch: Trailer for Alison Ellwood and Alex Gibney's Showtime Band Doc 'History of the Eagles'

    "History of the Eagles," a two-part documentary about the Eagles directed by Alison Ellwood ("Magic Trip") and produced by Alex Gibney, heads to Showtime on February 15th and 16th at 8pm after the first part had its world premiere at Sundance in January.

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    Watch: Even 'Sesame Street' is Poking Fun at 'Downton Abbey'

    "Sesame Street" offers up the latest spoof of their very successful and very serious fellow PBS series "Downton Abbey" in the video below, in which the should-be simple act of having tea and crumpets becomes extremely challenging for two muppets because of the directionally challenged nature of thei...

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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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