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Bones Sneak Peek: Booth and Brennan Take Time Apart... In Separate Homes!

Bones Sneak Peek: Booth and Brennan Take Time Apart... In Separate Homes!
Bones‘ central couple is moving away from each other — literally.

In TVLine’s exclusive video from this Thursday’s episode (Fox, 8/7c), Booth attends a meeting for gambling addicts, where he reveals that he’s got a new place of residence.

Still, despite the fact that Brennan kicked him out of their house, Booth isn’t ready to give up on his marriage.

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Scream Queens Trailer: Ryan Murphy Unleashes 'Fresh Hell' on Fox This Fall

Scream Queens Trailer: Ryan Murphy Unleashes 'Fresh Hell' on Fox This Fall
“Good evening, idiots!”

That delightful greeting, courtesy of Emma Roberts’ Chanel Oberlin, opens the first official trailer for Fox’s Scream Queens, airing Tuesdays this fall.

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We also get a closer look at several of the slasher-comedy’s main characters, including Diego Boneta’s very concerned Pete, Jamie Lee Curtis’ knowledgable Dean Munsch and Lea Michele’s… well, I’m not really sure how one would even begin to describe Hester.

Hit Play on the trailer above, then drop a comment with your initial thoughts below:
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Harry Shearer Exits The Simpsons, Burns and Flanders to Be 'Recast'

Harry Shearer Exits The Simpsons, Burns and Flanders to Be 'Recast'
The Simpsons just delivered a message to castmember Harry Shearer and here’s the loose translation: “Eat my shorts!”

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Shearer, the voice behind such characters as Mr. Burns, Ned Flanders, Waylon Smithers and Principal Skinner, is leaving the show amid a contract dispute.

Harry Shearer was offered the same deal the rest of the cast accepted, and passed,” exec producer Al Jean said in a statement to the New York Times. “The show will go on and we wish him well.
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The Wind Rises | Review

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Miyazaki’s Swan Song A Somber Flight Of Fancy

Earlier this month, legendary animator Hayao Miyazaki, writer and director of such masterpieces as Spirited Away, Castle in the Sky and My Neighbor Totoro, announced his final retirement (this isn’t his first). How fitting that his final feature takes up his favorite thematic motif, that of magical phenomenon and fantastic human achievement – flight. Oddly, for the first time in his lengthy career, Miyazaki has embraced the more realistic storytelling of his partner Isao Takahata, yet he hasn’t abandoned the lyrically imaginative storytelling he’s known for. With Studio Ghibli’s signature hand drawn and heartfelt feel, The Wind Rises fictionalizes the life of Jiro Horikoshi, the chief engineer behind the famed Japanese Zero fighter jet, and blends his tail with that of Tatsuo Hori, author of the novel from which the film’s epithet originates.

Set on a grand
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Damian Lewis joins 'Romeo and Juliet'

Damian Lewis has joined the cast of the new "Romeo and Juliet" film.According to Variety, Carlo Carlie ("Flight of the Innocent") will direct the latest adaptation of the William Shakespeare classic about two teenagers from feuding families who fall in love and whose tragic deaths reunite their respective families.Oscar-nominated actress Hailee Steinfeld will play Juliet.Douglas Booth will play Romeo.Holly Hunter, Ed Westwick, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Paul Wesley, Paul Giamatti, Tom Wisdom, Natascha McElhone, Stellan Skarsgård, Lesley Manville, Christian Cooke, Tomas Arana, Laura Morante and Leon Vitali have also been cast.Julian Fellowes ("Gosford Park," "The Tourist") wrote the adaptation and will produce along with Garbiele Muccino, Ileen Maisel, Lawrence Elman, Simon Bosanquet, Alexander Koll, Dimitra Tsingou, Doug Mankoff and Andy Spaulding.There have
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ThinkFilm exec's calendar filled with lawsuits

Even as producer David Bergstein plows ahead in the movie business, the lawsuits and judgments continue to pile on.

The latest to come to light are a lawsuit for alleged failure to properly distribute a movie, a judgment by a Las Vegas casino against Bergstein personally and a Canadian court order taking away ownership of the ThinkFilm name.

This comes only days after Bergstein and his silent partner Ron Tutor were sued by a New York hedge fund for $120 million — even as their Capitol Films unit was selling international rights to movies at Afm under its new name, the Pangea Media Group.

Capitol Film and ThinkFilm were sued Oct. 22 by Solar Filmworks of South Carolina for $10 million in Los Angeles Superior Court alleging fraud, breach of contract, false promises and negligent misrepresentation.

Solar claims that in January 2007, ThinkFilm acquired distribution rights to its feature film “The Last Confederate, the True
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Commentary: Flight of Fancy

Bollywood’s elder statesman, actor Amitabh Bachchan, and his daughter-in-law, actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, who has had some crossover success in the West, are the two Indian movie stars most frequently interviewed by foreign media, and condescending Western reporters often ask them why Bollywood doesn’t make "serious" or "realistic" films, to which they tiredly reply that Bollywood is "escapist cinema." I can’t blame them for giving reporters the answer they want to hear. The Bachchans are probably trying to be polite and diplomatic because they’d love to gain new fans in the West. Or maybe they’re just sick of explaining what appears to be a baffling concept to Western critics: entertainment is supposed to be entertaining.

But Bollywood films aren’t all fun and frivolity. What could be more serious and grounded in the reality of most people’s lives than finding love and making relationships work?
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