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    Trailer Watch: Celeste and Jesse Forever - co-written by Rashida Jones

    Looks adorable. Opens August 3.

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    Trailer Watch: Two Days in New York - Written and Directed by Julie Delpy

    This is Delpy's follow-up to 2 Days in Paris. Opens August 10 in theatres.

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    Trailer Watch: For a Good Time, Call...Written By Lauren Miller and Katie Anne Naylon

    This was a big hit at Sundance. Could it be this year's Bridesmaids? The film opens August 31.

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    Two Women Created Shows Go to Series at Showtime

    Showtime has ordered 12 episodes of two series and both are created by women. 

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    Cross Post: Women Writing Pilots – Nice Work if You Can Get It

    Last week the networks announced the pilots they are picking up to series from among the ninety or so that were produced this year for ABC, CBS, CW, FOX and NBC. Certainly the relative success that CBS had with its schedule and the more limited slots FOX has available influenced their rationale for ...

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    Lightning in a Bottle? Teaming Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy

    Could this be the successor to Bridesmaids?

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    New TV Shows Created by Women for 2012-2013

    It's that tme of the year again.  When your favorite shows get cancelled, and shows that you have no idea why they exist get renewed again for another  year.

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    Guest Post: What It Feels Like for a Girl

    The drama Hick has been generating controversy for its depiction of young teen Luli McMullen’s journey into adolescence. Andrea Portes, who wrote the screenplay adaptation of her novel, responds to this criticism with insights into the female teen character played by Chloë Grace Moretz.

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