Former CSI Star Gary Dourdan Is Bankrupt, Has Just $84.50 in Savings

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Former CSI star Gary Dourdan has filed for bankruptcy for the second time. In court documents obtained by People, Dourdan successfully filed chapter 11 on Jan. 22. The actor, 48, had just $904.35 left in his general bank account after paying his expenses (which included a $135 yoga class), and $84.50 in savings. Dourdan pays $1,500 per month to ex Jennifer Sutton in child support payments for his daughter Nyla. The documents state that he has missed four payments to his creditors, and that he owes $14,413.32. When he first filed in August 2011, the actor owed $1.73 million See more »

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Parenthood, Your Series Finale Was Absolute Perfection Except for...

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I wish he died sooner. That's not something you normally think when watching the series finale of one of your favorite shows. But that's exactly how I felt after watching Parenthood's beautiful goodbye. Don't get me wrong. I absolutely loved my final hour with the Braverman family. I laughed. I cried. I smiled. I contemplated. So basically, it had the impact of every episode of the show for me over the last six seasons. Just multiplied by the weight of knowing it was The End. Still, immediately after watching, I had a knot in my stomach I couldn't work See more »

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Scandal's Scott Foley on the Search for Olivia: Jake Is Embarrassed

28 January 2015 2:51 PM, PST

Scandal star Scott Foley has the same question you do: Why the hell did it take Jake so long to get that blanket?

"So long!" he tells "Man, he went back, I think he had to take his clothes off. He got the stuff. I think it took him 20 seconds, maybe 30. That's a long time. You'd think


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- Joyce Eng

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Theater Review: A Month in the Country Whizzes Right By

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It’s said that Chekhov was always trying to get the Moscow Art Theater to produce Ivan Turgenev’s neglected classic A Month in the Country instead of his own new plays. Was this homage, self-deprecation, or payment of a debt? So much of what we find great in Uncle Vanya, The Three Sisters, The Cherry Orchard, and the rest of the holy canon finds its origins in the earlier work. It’s uncanny, really: A Month in the Country, completed in 1850, already contemplates, as Chekhov would a generation later, the collapse of Russia’s idle aristocracy amid new money See more »

- Jesse Green

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Aacta awards 2015: red carpet highlights - video

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Australian film and TV stars including Essie Davis, Geoffrey Rush, Josh Thomas and Luke Arnold walk the red carpet before the 2015 Aacta awards at the Star in Sydney. As Luke Buckmaster wrote in December, it has been an influential 12 months for Aussie movies and 2014 was the year that genre film-making found its feet. Read our live coverage from the event for all the winners Continue reading See more »

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New Avengers: Age Of Ultron TV Spot

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It might not be receiving the Super Bowl TV spot treatment, but Marvel has made sure we’re all still anticipating Avengers: Age Of Ultron with a new ad. Cue the heroes squabbling and the robotic drones causing havoc…There is a lot here that we’ve seen in previous trailers, but See more »

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Nine Inch Nails Fans Will Be Surprised By This Album

3 September 2013 11:50 AM, PDT

Nine Inch Nails, "Hesitation Marks" (Columbia)

Sun-kissed harmonies, funk-flecked guitar lines and – whisper it – a saxophone workout all make an appearance on "Hesitation Marks," a surprising new offering from Trent Reznor's Nine Inch Nails after a lengthy, self-imposed hiatus.

In the five years since the industrial rockers' See more »

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MTV Movies Blog

The Best Movies Of 2013

17 December 2013 12:00 PM, PST

To clarify, this is my top ten today at this very moment. It's going to change. Even as I wrote out the below list, I was dramatically shifting these worthy films up and down. For one thing I want — no, need — to see all of these again and See more »

- Josh Horowitz

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Filmmaker Magazine

transmediale 2015: Vicki Bennett and Citation City

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Since 1988 transmediale has been one of Europe’s premiere events for showcasing transmedia and technology for art and narrative and nonfiction storytelling. Director Kristoffer Gansing (who spoke with Filmmaker last year) and his team continue to assemble cutting-edge films, installations, performances, workshops, and other events, turning the House of World See more »

- Randy Astle

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Jude Law set to join Guy Ritchie’s Knights Of The Roundtable

16 November 2014 10:48 PM, PST

Guy Ritchie’s Camelot saga Knights Of The Roundtable looks set to add another big name to its growing ensemble, with Jude Law in negotiations to join the production. According to Variety, Law is circling the role of the new film’s chief villain, although the identity of said bad See more »

- George Wales

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