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'The Americans' Recap: The Lady or the Seal?

7 hours ago

Since this week's episode is entitled "New Car," it's appropriate to describe it as the point in a long road trip where you leave the rest stop or "Last Chance for Gas" ghost town, with only the final leg of the journey ahead of you  (until the season finale, at least – it was announced today that The Americans has been picked up for a third season). Make sure you have everything you need to fortify yourself (i.e. water, snacks – or in this case, plot threads figured out) for the bumpy ride that's inevitably ahead. »


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Glenn Beck's New Job: Movie Producer

17 hours ago

Glenn Beck is putting his faith in Hollywood – literally. The conservative radio host has been refurbishing the Studios at Las Colinas in Irving, Texas, according to The Hollywood Reporter, as the setting for at least one "faith-based" movie, as part of his new venture into film producing. He also has two other movies in the works – one set in ancient history and another THR describes as being set in modern history – and he has optioned several other films, as well.

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The Write Stuff: Q&A with 'Community's Jim Rash

17 hours ago

Jim Rash is currently having a very good year. The Oscar-winning screenwriter (remember his Angelina Jolie-leg impersonation onstage?) is following up his co-directorial debut The Way, Way Back with a new project named The Heart, set to star Kristin Wiig; Community, NBC's fan-favorite metasitcom featuring Rash as Greendale’s socially floundering Dean Craig Pelton, has experienced a critical resurgence thanks to the return of original showrunner Dan Harmon; and his SundanceTV show The Writer's Room, in which Rash talks to the writing staffs responsible for some of TV's best running shows, »


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Hans Zimmer Asked to Score 'Batman vs. Superman'

18 hours ago

Adding another notch to his impressive resume of superhero soundtracks, composer extraordinaire Hans Zimmer is reuniting with Man of Steel director Zack Snyder to score the film's upcoming sequel, tentatively titled Batman vs. Superman

'Man of Steel' Composer Hans Zimmer Offers Glimpse of Creative Process

“We’ve already had a couple of chats,” Zimmer said in an interview with Digital Spy, explaining that he and Snyder have already put their collaborative wheels in motion. “Once I finish the movie that I shall not talk about [possibly referring to Christopher Nolan’s upcoming sci-fi epic Interstellar], I will »


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Wolverine Assembles His Mutant Crew in New 'X-Men' Trailer

19 hours ago

Wolverine's getting the old gang back together in the third and final trailer for Marvel's X-Men: Days of Future Past. This latest clip finds the ass-kicking mutant (Hugh Jackman) time-traveling 50 years into the past to assemble a more youthful version of his crew and prevent a catastrophic future event. "I was sent here for you – from the future," says Wolverine to a disheveled Charles Xavier (James McAvoy), who responds with a puzzled "Could you give that to me one more time, please?"

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The Search Begins in First Trailer for David Fincher's 'Gone Girl'

15 April 2014 7:30 AM, PDT

Something's afoot in the first trailer for David Fincher's upcoming mystery thriller, Gone Girl, an adaptation of Gillian Flynn's novel of the same name. The new clip finds Ben Affleck as Nick Dunne, reeling in the aftermath of the disappearance of his wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike), amidst search parties, candlelight vigils and incessant television coverage. The mood, however, soon shifts when we're shown shots of the couple fighting and detectives scouring the Dunne residence for clues. The clip ends with a smarmy sounding Nick telling a TV interviewer: »


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Murder, Snow and Minnesota Nice: The Return of 'Fargo'

15 April 2014 7:30 AM, PDT

"I mean, the guy is a fucking Komodo dragon, but he has the bangs of Ken Burns?" The whole table laughs, and Billy Bob Thornton smiles, knowing he's just nailed it. The subject is a hired killer; specifically, the horrible, Moe Howard-ish bowl haircut that this professional hit man sports. Sitting across from Thornton in a Midtown conference room, Colin Hanks stares up at the ceiling and then adds "He's like a human ficus plant. Put the guy in a corner, and you wouldn't even notice him."

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Brad Pitt to Star as General McChrystal in 'The Operators' Movie

14 April 2014 2:00 PM, PDT

Brad Pitt will star and produce the film adaptation of journalist Michael Hastings' 2012 book The Operators: The Wild and Terrifying Inside Story of America's War in Afghanistan, which gave a behind-the-scenes account of the recalcitrant General Stanley McChrystal from when Hastings was researching his award-winning Rolling Stone article "The Runaway General." Director David Michôd (Animal Kingdom, Hesher) will helm the movie, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Read an Excerpt From 'The Operators'

Hastings traveled around Europe and Afghanistan with General McChrystal for a month in 2010 for his Rolling Stone article. »


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'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Clip Shows New Mutants in Opening Battle

14 April 2014 11:45 AM, PDT

Mutants blast fire, slide on ice and jump through portals in a clip from X-Men: Days of Future Past that Ellen Page – the movie's Shadowcat – premiered during the MTV Movie Awards. The one-minute teaser shows a snippet of the movie's opening battle, which includes a lot of running and jumping as they react to a Sentinel attack. But, like a good teaser, it doesn't reveal much more than immediate urgency and anticipation, feelings that will only be resolved when the movie hits theaters on May 23rd.

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Elisabeth Moss on 'Mad Men,' Peggy and the End

14 April 2014 7:30 AM, PDT

One hour of Mad Men down, 13 left to go! Now that we've seen the first episode of the seventh and final season, we checked in with Elisabeth Moss to find out how Peggy Olson will make her way at Sterling Cooper without mentor Don Draper, what it's like to say goodbye, and what she thinks Peggy would be doing in 2014.

Matthew Weiner and the End of 'Mad Men'

How does it feel knowing that it's the last time?

Like, you just said that, and I got butterflies in my stomach. »


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George R.R. Martin on Who Killed Joffrey

14 April 2014 6:10 AM, PDT

In an upcoming Rolling Stone interview with George R.R. Martin, the writer behind the popular Game of Thrones novels offers the following comments during a discussion of whether his characters’ deeds can be redeemed: 

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Martin: Who kills Joffrey? 

Rolling Stone: That killing apparently happens early in this fourth season. The Song of Ice and Fire books, of course, are well past the poisoning of King Joffrey. 

Martin: In the books — and I make no promises, because I have two more books to write, »


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'Mad Men' Season Premiere Recap: Nowhere to Hide

13 April 2014 8:05 PM, PDT

I don't think there's enough sunshine in all of California to brighten up the dark state of affairs everyone is in as Mad Men begins the first half of its last lap. Where does one begin in this cold January of 1969? Peggy crumpled on the floor in sobs of her great-big-investment Upper West Side apartment? Roger passed out naked on the floor of his filthy, garbage-littered hotel-room-cum-counterculture-commune? Ken – still sporting an eye patch from his little shotgun mishap with the Chevy execs – completely overwhelmed and overworked? A happy, suntanned Pete – seriously, »


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Mark Wahlberg Swears His Way Through MTV Movie Awards

13 April 2014 7:47 PM, PDT

Mark Wahlberg knows how to do many things: convincingly play a 1970s porn star and a boxer, dance around in his underwear, and say "Not you! Not you! And not you!" in a think Boston accent. You can add "accept an award while swearing like a truck driver" to that roster, as Wahlberg gave a memorably profane acceptance speech while picking up an honorary "Generation" statuette at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards.

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"I know what this really means…this is the 'you're-too-fucking-old-to-come-back' award, »


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'Game of Thrones' Recap: Purple Reign

13 April 2014 7:05 PM, PDT

They said the royal wedding would be the most anticipated celebration King's Landing has seen in years. They couldn't have known how right they were.

By next week's episode, we may see the capital of the Seven Kingdoms turn up like Storrs, Connecticut after an Ncaa Championship. But tonight's episode, the Alex Graves-directed "The Lion and the Rose," cuts off at the buzzer-beater. His Grace, Joffrey of the Houses Baratheon and Lannister, the First of His Name, King of the Andals and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms, »


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Watch the 50 Celebrity Cameos MTV Movie Awards Intro

13 April 2014 6:10 PM, PDT

You expect a lot of celebrity power at the MTV Movie Awards; you don't expect, however, 50 famous faces to show up in the first five minutes of the show. But that's exactly what the 2014 edition of the network's annual shindig did, kicking off the show with a filmed bit in which host Conan O'Brien asked a room full of corporate suits what the previous record for most celebrity appearances in an intro. He's told the previous record was eight; O'Brien claims he can get 50 (!) to drop in, at which point »


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