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    Brian Cox Provides a History Lesson You Really Want to Read: Writing for TV

    Brian Cox plays "Daddy" in the new British spy series "The Game," but don't let the identity-concealing moniker fool you. He -- and the show -- are all business, delivering a taut, tense master class in drama.

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    Watch: Brian Cox Is the Man Behind Movie Novelizations in Funny or Die Short

    A video tribute to the books that recreated the movies, and the man who authors them.

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    Summit Already Planning 'Red 3' Before 'Red 2' Even Opens, Because Old People With Guns Is Always Funny

    While the sequel to "Red," the 2010 action comedy that starred Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, John Malkovich and Morgan Freeman as over-the-hill assassins, doesn't open until the middle of July, Lionsgate and producers Lorenzo Di Bonaventura and Mark Vahradian are already plotting a third film, with sc...

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    Brian Cox To Play Zach Galifianakis' Dad In 'Dog Fight'

    The cast of “Dog Fight” keeps getting more and more interesting. Will Ferrell, Zach Galifianakis and Jason Sudeikis all made sense for the Jay Roach-directed comedy about two politicians (Ferrell and Galifianakis) running for office. But last week it was announced that “serious actor” Dylan McDermot...

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    Paul Bettany, Brian Cox & Stephen Graham Draw 'Blood'

    Screen Daily reports that Paul Bettany, Brian Cox and Stephen Graham will lead a big screen adaptation of an acclaimed 2004 BBC mini-series originally called “Conviction,” now simply retitled “Blood,” set to shoot this January. Screenwriter Bill Gallagher will pen an adaptation of his own material, which centered on two policemen in the Criminal Investigation Department or CID being thrown into chaos by the murder of a twelve year-old girl and exploring, rather loftily, "the notion that everyone has the ability to kill and what it is that can trigger that reaction in any of us." By anyone’s standards the announced cast is a very decent line-u...

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