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Sebastian Stan reports for Winter Soldier duty on Avengers: Infinity War

It looks like The Winter Soldier is about to get in on the Avengers: Infinity War action, with Sebastian Stan taking to Instagram to reveal that he’s starting work on the hotly-anticipated Marvel superhero blockbuster. Stan posted the following image, showing him alongside his Captain America: Civil War stunt doubles James Young and Greg Rementer, complete with the caption “Ws”.

The last we seen of Bucky, he was going in to suspended animation in Wakanda, and remains a wanted man after the events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Captain America: Civil War. Presumably the threat of Thanos will be enough for the world to turn a blind eye to his crimes…

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As the Avengers and their allies have continued to protect the world from threats too large
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'Guardians of the Galaxy' screenwriter talks cosmic passions and the Marvel experience

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'Guardians of the Galaxy' screenwriter talks cosmic passions and the Marvel experience
Hollywood — You might not have heard the name Nicole Perlman much as it pertains to Marvel properties, but she's a big reason why "Guardians of the Galaxy" will be making its way to theaters next weekend. She toiled away as a screenwriter for a few years after her days at Nyu, cooking up projects with a science bent because that's where her passions lie — projects like "Challenger," a fascinating account of the investigation of the Challenger Space Shuttle disaster written as a love letter to Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman. Then, she made her way to the comic book giant under the company's now-defunct screenwriting program and plucked the intergalactic heroes from obscurity, setting them on a crash course for the silver screen. It may be largely James Gunn's colorful vision on that screen, but it's definitely Perlman's passion that helped bring the property to the table in the first place.
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Review: Sexual Harassment & Heartbreak Dominate Another Uneven Episode Of 'Girls'

Season 1, Episode 5: "Hard Being Easy"

If last week saw "Girls" slip into sitcom territory, this latest episode again sees Lena Dunham and co. delivering another somewhat uneven offering, one that again finds Hannah (Dunham) and Marnie (Allison Wlliams) as the central focus, while Jessa (Jemima Kirke) and Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) are relegated to some flimsy, and otherwise insubstantial b-plot. Say what you will about "Sex & The City," but the writers there at least built four pretty well realized and equally balanced lives around the quartet of women, something that "Girls" is still managing to figure out.

The story picks up the day after the events from last week, with Charlie (Christopher Abbott) still fuming over the entry in Hannah's diary about his relationship with Marnie. It's hardly a surprise that they break up, but it is a bit eye-opening that Marnie wants to win him back. Putting on her best looking outfit,
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Matthew Broderick: The Hollywood Interview

Matthew Broderick in Wonderful World.

The Education Of Matthew Broderick

How the most (arguably) iconic juvenile lead of the 1980s has not only matured into one of our finest character actors, but just keeps getting better

By Alex Simon

If we are all a combination of nature and nurture, actor Matthew Broderick is both. The son of acclaimed character actor James Broderick (best-known as the father on the 1970s hit series “Family”) and playwright/author/painter Patricia Broderick, Matthew’s upbringing in an artistic environment led him to take the stage at age 17, opposite his father in a production of On Valentine’s Day.

Two Tony awards and many decades later finds Matthew Broderick’s resume filled with some of the most iconic films of the 1980s: WarGames, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Glory to name a few, where Matthew established himself not only as one of the finest,
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