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    Judy Greer to Make Directorial Debut With Fittingly Titled 'A Happening of Monumental Proportions'

    Allison Janney and Common are set to star in Judy Greer's directorial debut.

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    Watch: 'Grandma' Trailer Proves No One Messes With Lily Tomlin

    "I cut my credit cards up into little pieces. I made a wind chime out of them."

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    Watch: Lily Tomlin Breaks Bad as an Acid-Tongued 'Grandma' in New Trailer

    Sony Pictures Classics opens this Sundance premiere on August 21. Do they have an Oscar vehicle for Tomlin on their hands?

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    'Bond 24,' 'Karate Kid 2' & 'Like Father, Like Son' Remake Get New Writers

    With "Bond 24" slated to hit theaters in eighteen months, it looks like the script to the movie is getting one last polish. John Logan has been working on it for a while now, but some veterans of the series are once again coming back to "punch up" the screenplay and add more jokes. Hmm....

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    Review: 'Admission' With Tina Fey & Paul Rudd A Low-Stakes Drama Mixed With Toothless Social Satire

    Some people don’t seem to realize that the type of stories being told in film needs to change. Small-scale tales of middlebrow intimacy and minor dramatic conflict used to have a home in the cinemas, where they would play to audiences who didn’t have a surplus of entertainment options. Today, the pr...

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    Chris & Paul Weitz Adapting Neal Stephenson’s 'Reamde' For Fox TV

    If there were a Bro Code for business, it would dictate that a career shared with one’s sibling is likely to be a good call. This fraternal model has had an illustrious history, from Marx to Coen to Farrelly (and to a lesser extent, Lehman). And so it is for Chris and Paul Weitz, whose "A...

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