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    9 TV Creators Who Must Come To The Big Screen

    As Matthew Weiner's feature film debut, "Are You Here," hits theaters and video on demand platforms, we look at 9 television creators who should follow his lead and make the jump from television to the big screen.

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    Trailer Watch: The Killing Has More Killings on Its Fourth and Final Season on Netflix

    New castmembers for the six-episode season include Joan Allen and Frances Fisher.

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    Three Female Screenwriters Considered for Fifty Shades of Grey Adaptation

    We previously reported that the producing duo from The Social Network, Michael De Luca and Dana Brunetti would be producing the film adaptation of E.L. James’ Fifty Shades of Grey and we hoped that this duo would do right by women this time around in both their writing and directing choices.

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    Hollywood Reporter Drama Showrunner Panel -- Four White Guys and Two Women of Color

    It's great to see Shonda Rhimes and Veena Sud here. Honestly, I don't know how they could have done a panel with drama showrunners without including Rhimes since she has three shows on the air. Is there anyone else with three shows on the air?

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    Season Two of The Killing Returns April 1

    Mad Men, Game of Thrones and now The Killing all returning within the next two weeks.  Awesome.  As the tag line says, The Killing is just the beginning.  Can't wait to see what Veena Sud and company have in store for us this season.

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    Paramount Plots Remake Of Alfred Hitchcock's 'Suspicion' With 'The Killing' Showrunner Veena Sud To Write The Script

    Helmer Brian DePalma has stated on numerous occasions that his directorial style and even screenwriting has been influenced directly by the work of Alfred Hitchcock, a director who few would argue was a master of visual storytelling. Though while DePalma took his Hitchcock influence and incorporated...

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    The Top 50 TV Showrunners: The Women

    The Hollywood Reporter has compiled a list of the top 50 showrunners in comedy and drama.

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    The Killing Ends Its First Season

    The Killing ended its first season last night and surprise! it did not wrap up anything and only created more questions. I really thought we would get some closure but I am impressed that people were left frustrated. This show has really polarized people and that's really a good thing. One of the best things about The Killing is the female lead Detective Linden played by Mireille Enos. She is a different type of female lead. She's not light and breezy like other cops like Brenda Lee Johnson on The Closer and she doesn't have the smart retorts like Jane Rizzoli of Rizzoli and Isles. I don't think she smiled once, and I'm pretty sure she ...

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    Preview for The Killing

    This show is created by Veena Sud who did Cold Case and it is based on a Danish show. The show stars Mireille Enos (Big Love) and the pilot was directed by Patty Jenkins who directed Charlize Theron in Monster. The entire season is dedicated to solving the murder of one girl. Starts this Sunday n...

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