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Joss Whedon Film 'In Your Eyes' Released Online Following Tribeca Film Festival Premiere

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Even though he's now a big budget film director ("Avengers"), Joss Whedon isn't afraid to break outside of Hollywood channels. Whedon is releasing his latest project, "In Your Eyes," the supernatural romance which he wrote and executive produced, as a $5 digital rental via Vimeo On Demand and the film's website.Whedon announced the news via video on Sunday following the world premiere of the film at the Tribeca Film Festival. Directed by Brin Hill, "In Your Eyes" stars Zoe Kazan, Michael Stahl-DavidNikki Reed, Mark Feuerstein, Jennifer Grey, and Steve Howey.  The film will be released via the micro-studio Bellwether Pictures, which Whedon co-founded with his wife, Kai Cole with the idea of exploring new distribution strategies for independent films, such as releasing films directly to the public via digital download. The company's first release was last year's contemporary adaptation of Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing."This isn't the »


- Paula Bernstein

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Watch: Robert De Niro Stars In His First Vine Video

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If you didn't know any better, you might assume Robert De Niro had a sponsorship deal with Vine, the Twitter-owned video app -- something like Ellen DeGeneres' Samsung deal at the Emmy's (maybe to promote Tribeca Film Festival's #6secfilms competition?). Otherwise, there's no real reason for De Niro's first Vine video, which is less of a film and more of a piece of candid camera -- except it appears De Niro turned the camera on himself. In the video, De Niro looks blankly into the camera and asks "What happened to my iPhone?" and then a young man appears behind him and asks, "Robert what are you doing with my Vine?" It's clear from the six-second clip, which was uploaded by Vine user Jerome Jarre (presumably, the man in the video), that De Niro doesn't understand the power of social media, so I'm guessing he had no idea that »


- Paula Bernstein

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TV Review: Political Plotting Dominates 'Breaker of Chains' as Season 4 of 'Game of Thrones' Moves Past the Purple Wedding

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After the shocking events of last week's purple wedding, "Breaker of Chains" served as a reminder of who's really ahead in the game of thrones. Lord Baelish was unveiled as the cuprit/hero who orchestrated Joffrey's death. The Lannisters' weaknesses were exposed on multiple levels, both personal and as intended keepers of the crown. Prince Oberyn showed his worth as a potential dragon slayer. The Wildlings stirred things up to tempt the Night's Watch out of Castle Black, and Daenerys Targaryen continued to build a loyal and massive army with freakin' dragons as back up. More concerning than who's got the edge in an upcoming battle for the ages (this has to happen, right?) is the dismal status of Tyrion Lannister, who seems to have given up hope after losing his freedom, his love, and soon (maybe?) his life. After picking up the very second we left off with Cersei »

- Ben Travers

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