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Alpha House: Season Two Coming in October

29 September 2014 8:15 PM, PDT | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

Amazon has announced that the second season of Alpha House will debut on Friday, October 24th.

Here are the details:

The Second Season of Amazon Studios' Original Comedy Series "Alpha House," from Doonesbury Creator Garry Trudeau, Premieres Friday, October 24

All ten episodes will be available exclusively on Amazon Prime Instant Video

Guest stars this season include Bill Murray (Groundhog Day), Penn & Teller's Penn Jillette, Andy Cohen (Watch What Happens Live), Former Presidential Advisor David Axelrod, and U.S. Senators John McCain and Elizabeth Warren, among many others

Seattle -- Sep. 29, 2014 -- (Nasdaq:amzn) - Following the strong debut of Jill Soloway's dark comedy Transparent, Amazon today announced it will premiere all 10 episodes of the second season of Garry Trudeau's critically-acclaimed political comedy series Alpha House on Friday, October 24 exclusively on Amazon »

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PETA Blames Event Organizers, Not NY Mayor for Groundhog Charlotte's Death

25 September 2014 5:04 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Here's a scandal even Olivia Pope would have trouble cleaning up. New York mayor Bill De Blasio became embroiled in a controversy on Thursday involving a dead groundhog named Charlotte. The groundhog, who was on loan from the Staten Island Zoo and was standing in for famous rodent Chuck in predicting six more weeks of winter on Groundhog Day on Feb. 2, wriggled from six-foot-six-inch tall de Blasio's hands, plummeted to the ground and was found dead a week later. And while a link between the annual festivities and her cause of death has not been determined, the finger of blame is being pointed. »

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More Alien: Isolation How to Survive Trailers Don’t End Pleasantly

25 September 2014 8:13 AM, PDT | TheHDRoom | See recent TheHDRoom news »

More Alien: Isolation How to Survive trailers has crawled out of the darkness to once again depict ill-fated attempts by Amanda Ripley, daughter of Ellen Ripley, to survive a one-on-one encounter with a Xenomorph within the confines of a spaceship.

In the most recent trailer, Amanda encounters the Xenomorph after picking it up on her motion tracker. She tries to lock it in one room, but then the Xenomorph opens a door and is able to take Amanda down in the next room.

In another trailer, Amanda creates a distraction for the alien to buy herself a few extra moments of life. That pesky Xenomorph gets the jump on her anyway.

Today's new trailer brings the total number of Alien: Isolation How to Survive trailers to six. I've assembled them at a single collection below so you can watch Amanda Ripley bite the dust and return Groundhog Day »

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Cinematography Awards Go to John Bailey — Twice

23 September 2014 12:50 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

The Big Chill” and “Ordinary People” cinematographer John Bailey has a double dose of awards coming his way from the American Society of Cinematographers and the International Cinematographers Guild, both of whom have included Bailey in their list of honorees announced this week. The Asc, a non-profit organization that hands out the top award in the field, the American Society of Cinematographers Award for Outstanding Achievement, named Bailey the recipient of the 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award on Tuesday. The honor comes for a career that also includes “American Gigolo,” “Silverado,” “Groundhog Day,” “As Good As It Gets,” “The Way Way »

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Asc to honour quartet

23 September 2014 11:46 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

John Bailey, Bill Roe, Phil Méheux and Matthew F Leonetti will receive special awards at the 29th Annual American Society of Cinematographers Awards for Outstanding Achievement on February 15, 2015.

Bailey will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award, Roe the Career Achievement in Television Award, Méheux earns the International Award and Leonetti the Presidents Award.

Bailey’s (pictured) credits include Groundhog Day and In The Line Of Fire.

“These four individuals have set the standard for excellence that push us all forward in this industry,” says Asc president Richard Crudo.

“Their artistry and skill reflects in their body of work as well as in their lives and relationships with colleagues. We are proud to honour them.” »

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How Groundhog Day Ruined Bill Murray And Harold Ramis. Partnership

23 September 2014 10:55 AM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Groundhog Day is one of the best movies of the last 25 years. There.s simply no debating this fact. It.s ingeniously plotted, deliciously sweet and bitingly funny. And it only manages to reach these heights thanks to the nuanced yet commanding comedic presence of its lead actor, Bill Murray, as well as the subtle-yet-suave prowess of director Harold Ramis. Of course, at the time, it was no surprise that the duo had once again delivered another rousing cinematic adventure that challenged the Hollywood elite in its own unerring fashion. But this would be the last collaboration between Ramis and Murray, as its shoot was clouded in so much mire and ill will that their friendship deteriorated completely. But what happened between the cinematic brethren on-set that ruined their previously fruitful companionship? Well, in order to get a true grip of the story, let.s go back to the start »

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Cinematographers Guild Names Special Awards Recipients

22 September 2014 1:46 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

D.p.’s Michael Goi, John Bailey and Judy Irola are among the special award recipients who will be honored in conjunction with the International Cinematographers Guild’s Emerging Cinematographer Awards.

The awards will be presented during the Eca opening event at the American Society of Cinematographers Clubhouse in Hollywood on September 26.

The main 18th annual Emerging Cinematographer Awards ceremony will take place at the Directors Guild of America Theater on September 28. Actress Stefanie Powers will be a guest speaker.

Goi (“American Horror Story,” pictured above), will receive the Kodak Cinematography Mentor of the Year award. He conducts seminars at Cal State Northridge, the Maine Photographic Workshop, at his alma mater Columbia College and at the Icg. Goi has been nominated for three Primetime Emmys (“Horror Story,” “Glee” and “My Name is Earl”) and is past president of the Asc.

Bailey (“Groundhog Day”), recipient of the Technicolor Cinematography Journalist of the Year award, »

- Peter Caranicas

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Cinematographers Guild Names Special Awards Recipients

22 September 2014 1:46 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

D.p.’s Michael Goi, John Bailey and Judy Irola are among the special award recipients who will be honored in conjunction with the International Cinematographers Guild’s Emerging Cinematographer Awards.

The awards will be presented during the Eca opening event at the American Society of Cinematographers Clubhouse in Hollywood on September 26.

The main 18th annual Emerging Cinematographer Awards ceremony will take place at the Directors Guild of America Theater on September 28. Actress Stefanie Powers will be a guest speaker.

Goi (“American Horror Story,” pictured above), will receive the Kodak Cinematography Mentor of the Year award. He conducts seminars at Cal State Northridge, the Maine Photographic Workshop, at his alma mater Columbia College and at the Icg. Goi has been nominated for three Primetime Emmys (“Horror Story,” “Glee” and “My Name is Earl”) and is past president of the Asc.

Bailey (“Groundhog Day”), recipient of the Technicolor Cinematography Journalist of the Year award, »

- Peter Caranicas

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Matthew McConaughey Not Returning For Magic Mike Sequel

19 September 2014 1:57 AM, PDT | WorstPreviews.com | See recent Worst Previews news »

In a new interview, director Gregory Jacobs revealed that Matthew McConaughey will not be returning for the upcoming "Magic Mike" sequel, called "Magic Mike Xxl." He added that the plan has been to go into a completely different direction. "What am I allowed to say? It's a road trip movie and put it this way... it's different enough that once you see it you'll understand why we made a sequel," said Jacobs. "No one will be accusing us of making the same movie twice." Meanwhile, Variety is reporting that Andie MacDowell (Groundhog Day) has joined the cast of "Magic Mike Xxl," which is set to hit theaters on July 1st, 2015. »

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Andie MacDowell will be in the 'Magic Mike' sequel

18 September 2014 3:31 PM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

The Magic Mike sequel, Magic Mike Xxl, will, sadly, not feature Matthew McConaughey, but another romantic comedy veteran will appear. EW has confirmed that Andie MacDowell of Groundhog Day and Four Weddings and a Funeral fame is a new addition to the follow-up to 2012’s male stripper movie. Variety first reported the news.

MacDowell joins returning cast members Channing Tatum, Joe Manganiello, and Matt Bomer in the sequel, which has been described as a road trip movie. Gregory Jacobs, who served as first assistant director and producer on Steven Soderbergh’s first Magic Mike movie, will direct, but Soderbergh will acting as cinematographer, »

- Esther Zuckerman

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Behind The Scenes Clip From Edge Of Tomorrow Showcases Some Fantastic Practical Effects

16 September 2014 12:26 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

On the surface, it may have seemed as though Edge of Tomorrow, Doug Liman’s under-seen cerebral sci-fi from earlier this year, leaned heavily on CGI to bring its time travelling tale to life. However, in this recently-released clip the creative team reveal just how much work went into the film’s practical effects.

Here’s the five-minute video, courtesy of io9:

From the extensive battle sequences to the mechanised power suits, it turns out that a major chunk of Edge of Tomorrow was hand-crafted. Which is refreshing, given that a lot of similar genre pieces would so easily turn to CG effects in lieu of this more realistic approach — we’re looking at you, Oblivion.

Released back in May, Edge of Tomorrow orbits around Tom Cruise’s Major William Cage who repeatedly dies on the battlefield only to wake up at Heathrow airport earlier that morning — think Groundhog Day meets Source Code. »

- Michael Briers

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The Best Movies of 2014 So Far

16 September 2014 8:45 AM, PDT | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

We're about to head into Oscar movie season, and with eight months of movies behind us, it's time to take stock. Here are the best reviewed movies of the year so far, according to Vulture's movie critics David Edelstein and Bilge Ebiri. Big-Budget Extravagances Dawn of the Planet of the Apes “The latest Apes picture, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, is an excellent interspecies bromance between an ape and a man who’d like to live in peace but are surrounded by warmongering assholes.” Guardians of the Galaxy "Director James Gunn ... has a rare talent, one that George Lucas also had but few filmmakers working in this genre do: He can effortlessly cut between evocative worlds we’ve never seen before without losing sight of the action and the pace of his narrative."Edge of Tomorrow“The twisty, entertaining Tom Cruise vehicle Edge of Tomorrow is Groundhog Day »

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10 Rules That Make Every Movie The Same

16 September 2014 6:58 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

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Going to the cinema these days can inspire a special sort of deja vu. We’re not talking about the constant churn of sequels or remakes, or attending a special screening of either Groundhog Day or that one scene of the cat from The Matrix (we’re not sure why any cinema would partake in the latter), by the way; we’re talking about the fact that every film seems to be exactly the same. You can take films as diverse as, say, Guardians Of The Galaxy, The Great Gatsby and Gravity, and still come away feeling like that was something familiar about each of them. They had something in common, besides taking place in space.

Unless you’re a screenwriting geek, then you probably haven’t been able to put your finger on what exactly those similarities are. What exactly do adventures of Peter Quill, Nick Carraway »

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Tristan Risk Talks ABCs of Death 2, Save Yourself and Being Beatress

9 September 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

You know her best for her role as Beatress Johnson in American Mary, but Tristan Risk has been a very busy girl lately, and she's about to break big. She sat down with Dread Central to talk about her work, past and future.

Little Miss Risk is a compelling performer, a staunch horror fan and a charismatic interviewee. She talked about her beginnings, her affinity for her beloved character Beatress and the loads of work she's done since. Risk is as witty as she is alluring and we're sure you'll enjoy reading her interview as much as we enjoyed speaking with her.

We started at the very beginning and asked Risky how she got started in the acting business. "I've been a performer all my life," Risk said. "That's everything from doing stage shows, school plays, musicals, things at my grandpa's church. I didn't go to the church, but still performed in the recitals. »

- Scott Hallam

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Bill Murray Gets Standing Ovation For 'St. Vincent'

7 September 2014 9:00 PM, PDT | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Oscar watch continues at the Toronto Film Festival, where Bill Murray received a standing ovation for his work in St. Vincent.

In St. Vincent, Murray stars as the titular Vincent, a sort of deadbeat, ‘rough around the edges’ man who lives next door to a single mother and her young son – played by Melissa McCarthy and newcomer Jaeden Lieberher. St. Vincent is the first feature from director Theodore Melfi.

Murray’s performance is already earning the famed comedic performer Oscar buzz. Murray has not been nominated for an Oscar since 2004, when he was considered a front-runner for his work in Lost in Translation. St. Vincent premiered to mixed reviews, but critics agree it’s Murray’s film.

“Who but Murray could have played Vincent, a drunken curmudgeon who somehow manages to seem all the more lovable with each poor life decision he makes?” wrote Variety critic Peter Debruge.

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Tiff 2014: Toronto International Film Festival holds Bill Murray Day

6 September 2014 4:29 PM, PDT | Cineplex | See recent Cineplex news »

The Toronto International Film Festival turned its second day into a very welcome new holiday, "Bill MurrayDay," an honor the comedian received, naturally, with bemusement.

"I get to park wherever I want," said Murray, appearing for a Q&A following a screening of Ghostbusters.

Friday was officially dubbed Bill Murray Day by the festival, which screened a marathon of Murray classics (Stripes and Groundhog Day, along with Ghostbusters) ahead of the premiere of Murray's latest, the upcoming next-door neighbor comedy St. Vincent.

Fans turned out outfitted in costumes of beloved Murray characters, from his ocean explorer Steve Zissou to his Army cadet from Stripes. They were all topped by a baby dressed as the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man fromGhostbusters. Said Murray: "That is one good-looking baby."

Many had wondered about the extent of Murray's participation in his own day. But he, clad in red pants and a blue plaid shirt, »

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Bill Murray day at Tiff capped off with sensational 'St Vincent'

6 September 2014 10:01 AM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

The Toronto film fest dubbed Friday "Bill Murray" day and capped off the celebration, which included screenings of "Groundhog Day" and "Ghostbusters," with the world premiere of the charming comedy drama "St. Vincent." The Weinstein Company has a real winner with this debut feature from writer/director Theodore Melfi. -Break- Oscars predictions: 'Birdman' flies to second place in Best Picture race The premiere had been delayed by a sudden thunderstorm but Murray still whooped it up on the red carpet, ignoring the torrential downpour to pose with fans. The waterworks continued inside the Princess of Wales theater as the 2,000 plus crowd shed bucket loads of tears over this feel-good film about Vincent de Van Nuys, a crusty curmudgeon (Murray) whose heart is softened by Oliver, a 10-year-old (newcomer Jaeden Lieberher) who moves in next door with his newly single mother Maggie (Melis »

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Tiff: Bill Murray caps off his day with raucous premiere of 'St. Vincent'

6 September 2014 9:30 AM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

It’s not clear if it was the pumping 80s music at the Weinstein Co. after-party or simply the glow from the rousing reception to his latest movie St. Vincent, but Bill Murray capped off his eponymous day with an epic dance party that saw him getting down with the likes of Kristen Wiig, Linda Cardellini and his co-stars Melissa McCarthy, Chris O’Dowd and the young Jaeden Lieberher late Friday night in Toronto. The impromptu performance served as an excellent capper to the first annual Bill Murray day where the 39th annual Toronto Film Festival screened Stripes, Ghostbusters and Groundhog Day for loyal fans. »

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'Bill Murray Day' Celebrated at the Toronto International Film Festival

6 September 2014 9:02 AM, PDT | Rollingstone.com | See recent Rolling Stone news »

While many consider Groundhog Day to be an annual celebration to the hilarious and distinguished career of Bill Murray, the Toronto International Film Festival officially declared September 5th as "Bill Murray Day," and the fest and its attendees paid tribute to the comedian with a retrospective of his work (including screenings of Ghostbusters and Stripes), a Q&A session, and the world premiere of Murray's latest film St. Vincent with Melissa McCarthy.

A sudden burst of heavy rain attempted to mar "Bill Murray Day" in the Canadian city as hundreds of fans became soaked, »

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Toronto: Bill Murray Wows At World Premiere Of ‘St. Vincent'; Will It Be A Stealth Awards Player?

6 September 2014 5:01 AM, PDT | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

Thunder and lightning and a sudden rainstorm couldn’t dampen the spirits of moviegoers as the Toronto Film Festival provided a change of pace Friday night with the world premiere of The Weinstein Company’s October release, St. Vincent. Starring Bill Murray in the best performance of his career and 11-year-old newcomer Jaeden Lieberher in the best kid role of the year, this pure family film (although rated PG-13) is about a young child of divorce who finds a companion in the off-kilter Vietnam vet who lives next door. It’s the rare movie comedy that proves the spirit of Frank Capra lives on. In an era when the entire world seems in chaos, this is a movie that makes you feel good about yourself when you leave the theater. When was the last time that happened?

If ever a movie deserved the phrase, St. Vincent is a film that »

- Pete Hammond

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