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‘The Congressman’ Exclusive Clip: Former Long Island Congressman Directs Political Satire About The American Dream

17 June 2016 2:05 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

The Congressman” follows Charlie Winship (Treat Williams), a seasoned Maine Congressman who has grown disillusioned with the political system, especially the special interest lobbyists and internal infighting. But when a video of him failing to rise for the pledge of allegiance surfaces on the Internet, Charlie is thrown into a public firestorm and is subjected to harsh criticism about his character and values. Along with that, Charlie contends with a conniving lobbyist (George Hamilton), an advisor with secrets of his own (Ryan Merriman), and a divorce from his wife (Jayne Atkinson). But despite his fears of irrelevancy, he finds hope in a small coastal village and the town’s librarian (Elizabeth Marvel), and fights for their rights when they’re under attack by a powerful fishing conglomerate. Can Charlie stand up to the special interest groups and believe in the American Dream once again? Watch an exclusive clip below featuring »

- Vikram Murthi

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Superherostuff: 9 Dollar T-Shirt Sale Just Got Even Better

9 June 2016 8:00 AM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

You guys liked it...you really liked it! Who knew that you people would be such fans of a 9 dollar t-shirt sale. It's like you can't get enough of sweet deals and a blank check to one of the world's largest internet superhero stores! Not Blank Check staring Brian Bonsall, Karen Duffy, Miguel Ferrer, James Rebhorn, Tone Lōc, Jayne Atkinson and Michael Lerner though...even though if we had our own roller coaster in the back it would be pretty sweet. Say, maybe if you guys get enough 9 dollar t-shirts I'll be able to convince them to allow me to do that and then I'll totally invite you guys over and we can party and eat pizza! Oh, and we can get one of those giant moon bounce things too!   So we started a 9 dollar t-shirt and you guys couldn't get enough of it so as a way of saying thank you, »

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New House Of Cards Season 4 Clip Has Frank Present A Brooding Presidential Portrait

23 February 2016 8:18 AM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Up until now, Netflix’s marketing campaign for House of Cards season 4 has proven to be as cool and calculated as Kevin Spacey’s machiavellian Frank Underwood, who returns in less than two weeks’ time to fight for another term in the oval office.

It’s a plight that takes center stage in today’s brooding new clip for the political drama, and yes, Frank Underwood’s 2016 campaign is in full swing. Even when it comes to something as ordinary as presenting a presidential portrait at the Smithsonian, there’s a sinister air emanating from Spacey’s power-hungry protagonist, played up in wonderful fashion with those gleeful nods to the camera.

Robin Wright’s First Lady remains absent in today’s teaser, and as if it wasn’t clear already, Netflix’s brief logline for House of Cards season 4 tees up a battle between the once-ironclad couple: “Frank and Claire continue their pursuit for power, »

- Michael Briers

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