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    'Togetherness' Season 2 Poster Portrays the Most Uncomfortable 'Family' Hug Ever

    Tensions have risen since "Togetherness" first premiered, and you can see how everyone is taking it in the new poster for Season 2.

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    The Duplass Brothers Try Out Animated Comedy in Exclusive Posters for HBO's 'Animals'

    The award-winning comedy explores the nihilistic moral ambiguity of New York, through the eyes of urbanite animals.

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    Watch: 'Togetherness' Season 2 Trailer Gives Us That Excited Feeling All Over Again

    Mark and Jay Duplass' HBO dramedy is returning for its second season this February, and we couldn't be more excited.

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    'Tangerine' Star Mya Taylor Signs with ICM Partners

    Taylor is an Indie Spirit Award nominee for Best Supporting Actress, for her turn as a trans sex worker in Sean Baker's critically acclaimed L.A. odyssey.

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    Attention, Screenwriters: Apply to This Mark Duplass-Hosted Script Competition

    Mark Duplass is set to host the Sun Valley Film Festival Screenwriter's Lab.

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    Mark Duplass Pens Short Essay On Donald Trump, 'The Greatest President of All'

    The indie filmmaker has some words for our future president, which he shared on Twitter this afternoon.

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    Attention, Filmmakers: 5 Lessons from Mark and Jay Duplass

    The filmmaking brothers get an in-depth profile in this month's Wired. Read it and learn.

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    Watch: Mark Duplass and Jason Blum Talk Found Footage Horror 'Creep,' Now on Netflix

    Finally, director Patrick Brice's 2014 SXSW horror hit is now streaming on Netflix. We talk to the producers about the film and the imminent franchise it has spawned.

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