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One-Punch Man: a new anime series that lives up to its hype

29 April 2016 1:02 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

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New Manga adaptation One-Punch Man gleefully celebrates and subverts the anime genre. Here's why it's well worth your time...

Anime may have developed a loyal and feverish following outside of Japan since the dawn of high-speed internet but in reality, fans will likely always have to contend with looks of bemused, quiet judgement when their grandparents ask why they’re watching “those funny Asian cartoons again”.

Now and then however, a series will come along with crossover, mainstream appeal that seeps into western pop culture and introduces a new generation of viewers to the world of anime and manga. Dragonball Z, Sailor Moon and Pokémon all found homes on international T.V. Channels, and even casual television watchers are likely familiar with at least one of those franchises, if only because of the “it’s over 9000!” meme. Likewise, it’s no coincidence that Hollywood is currently in »

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Lesli Linka Glatter Honored by American Film Institute

26 April 2016 6:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The American Film Institute has selected director/producer Lesli Linka Glatter as the recipient of its 2016 Franklin J. Schaffner Alumni Medal.

Glatter is an alumna of the AFI Conservatory Directing Workshop for Women, and has worked on such TV series as “Homeland,” “Mad Men” and “Twin Peaks.”

The award is given to an AFI alum who embodies the qualities of filmmaker Franklin J. Schaffner, says AFI: talent, taste, dedication and commitment to quality storytelling in film and television. The presentation of the Schaffner Medal will take place at the AFI Life Achievement Award Gala Tribute to John Williams in Hollywood on June 9.

Glatter has also been involved in the series “Freaks and Geeks,” “Gilmore Girls,” “Justified,” “The Walking Dead,” “The West Wing,” “The Leftovers,” “The Newsroom” and “Ray Donovan.”

Glatter’s honors include four Emmy Award nominations, a Producers Guild of America Award nomination as well as six Directors Guild »

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Lesli Linka Glatter Honored by American Film Institute

26 April 2016 6:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The American Film Institute has selected director/producer Lesli Linka Glatter as the recipient of its 2016 Franklin J. Schaffner Alumni Medal.

Glatter is an alumna of the AFI Conservatory Directing Workshop for Women, and has worked on such TV series as “Homeland,” “Mad Men” and “Twin Peaks.”

The award is given to an AFI alum who embodies the qualities of filmmaker Franklin J. Schaffner, says AFI: talent, taste, dedication and commitment to quality storytelling in film and television. The presentation of the Schaffner Medal will take place at the AFI Life Achievement Award Gala Tribute to John Williams in Hollywood on June 9.

Glatter has also been involved in the series “Freaks and Geeks,” “Gilmore Girls,” “Justified,” “The Walking Dead,” “The West Wing,” “The Leftovers,” “The Newsroom” and “Ray Donovan.”

Glatter’s honors include four Emmy Award nominations, a Producers Guild of America Award nomination as well as six Directors Guild »

- Dave McNary

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Devon Sawa's Family Photos Will Remind You Why You Loved Him So Much in the '90s

22 March 2016 1:29 PM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

Devon Sawa has probably held a special place in your heart since the '90s. In addition to his role in Casper and the iconic line of "Can I keep you?," Devon turned into a full-on heartthrob with other roles in hits like Now and Then and Little Giants. The actor has definitely grown up since those days, but that doesn't mean he's gotten any less adorable. Devon has been married to his wife, Dawni Sahanovitch, since 2010, and the couple have two kids together, 2-year-old son Hudson and daughter Scarlett, who was born in March 2016. While their daughter only recently joined their brood, Devon and Dawni have documented so many cute family moments with their little boy. While we wait for even more snaps of the new family of four, keep reading to see their best moments so far! »

- Caitlin Hacker

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James Corden and Rosie O’Donnell Did the Hamilton Rap Because They’re Even More Obsessed With It Than You Are

4 February 2016 7:57 AM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

How does a comedian, View woman, scene-stealer in Now and Then, sitting at the side of Tony host James Corden, end up spitting bars about a dead white man named Hamilton? Well, that question doesn't requite a two-hour musical to answer: Rosie O'Donnell has seen Hamilton a whopping 12 times, which means of course she wants to do the show's opening number alongside Corden, the patron saint of rapping white people on TV. (She did it flawlessly; he flubbed a few lines here and there.) Watch it and be amazed at their skills — or, if you have no interest in Hamilton, just do as that blonde lady sitting next to Rosie does and nod along politely. »

- Nate Jones

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Netflix Renews 'House of Cards' for a Fifth Season, Without Creator and Showrunner Beau Willimon

29 January 2016 10:33 AM, PST | Thompson on Hollywood | See recent Thompson on Hollywood news »

Netflix and producers Media Rights Capital have renewed the streaming giant's breakthrough original series for a fifth season (the fourth debuts March 4), but the show must go on without creator and showrunner Beau Willimon. The question now is whether the popular political melodrama, starring Kevin Spacey as conniving politician Frank Underwood and Robin Wright as his icy, ambitious wife, Claire, can sustain critics' and viewers' interest without him. Read More: "Now and Then: The Soul of Netflix's New Series? The BBC's 'House of Cards'"  The most obvious precedent for an acclaimed series tanking after the departure of its leading creative force is "The West Wing," which lost both writer/creator Aaron Sorkin and director Thomas Schlamme after its fourth season. The strain of producing 22 episodes of broadcast drama year after year had already become apparent by the time Sorkin and Schlamme left in the spring of 2003, with a dreadful cliffhanger. »

- Matt Brennan

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Netflix Renews 'House of Cards' for a Fifth Season, Without Creator and Showrunner Beau Willimon

29 January 2016 10:33 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Netflix and producers Media Rights Capital have renewed the streaming giant's breakthrough original series for a fifth season (the fourth debuts March 4), but the show must go on without creator and showrunner Beau Willimon. The question now is whether the popular political melodrama, starring Kevin Spacey as conniving politician Frank Underwood and Robin Wright as his icy, ambitious wife, Claire, can sustain critics' and viewers' interest without him. Read More: "Now and Then: The Soul of Netflix's New Series? The BBC's 'House of Cards'"  The most obvious precedent for an acclaimed series tanking after the departure of its leading creative force is "The West Wing," which lost both writer/creator Aaron Sorkin and director Thomas Schlamme after its fourth season. The strain of producing 22 episodes of broadcast drama year after year had already become apparent by the time Sorkin and Schlamme left in the spring of 2003, with a dreadful cliffhanger. »

- Matt Brennan

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‘Gutter Magic #1′ Review (Idw)

29 January 2016 7:31 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Written by Rich Douek | Art by Brett Barkley | Published by Idw/Comics Experience | Format: Paperback, 32pp

Now and then a book comes along that if not trying something completely different, at least tries to give a new take, a different perspective, on a genre that has in all probability been done to death. Magic. Yep, we’ve seen it all at some point – wizards, witches, Harry Potter, Narnia, Lord of the Rings etc. Gutter Magic does dive into these crowded waters, but with a nudge and wink to the more conventional material. What if, in a world run by sorcerers and magicians you had no abilities yourself but wanted a piece of that pie? Then you’d be a sort of artful dodger, a ducker and diver stealing potions and spells where and when you find them.

Gutter Magic introduces us to Cinder Byrnes (which, opinion on the book aside, »

- Dean Fuller

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