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Why We're Hoping For a Triple Agent as 'Homeland' Prepares to Set Up a New Season

10 December 2012 9:58 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

The article below contains spoilers for "In Memoriam," the December 9th, 2012 episode of "Homeland." Once upon a time there was a girl named Carrie (Claire Danes) and a boy named Brody (Damian Lewis), and they met at a time of war and strife, and despite one of them being crazy and the other married and a terrorist, they fell in love and lived happily ever after. Well, that last part seems unlikely. But "In Memoriam," Sunday's episode of "Homeland" directed by Jeremy Podeswa ("Fugitive Pieces") and written by Chip Johannessen, brought the season's high-pitched terrorist attack arc to an end by having Carrie, following a not entirely sensical semantic clue she picked up on from Roya's (Zuleikha Robinson) use of a particular word for "run," realizing that Abu Nazir (Navid Negahban) was still hiding in the tunnels of the building to which he took her. After a tense sequence in which Carrie and. »

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Exclusive: Ayelet Zurer Talks Darling Companion, Man of Steel

19 April 2012 1:51 PM, PDT | ShockYa | See recent ShockYa news »

With her statuesque beauty, Israeli-born actress Ayelet Zurer has made a strong impression in genre fare like “Vantage Point” and “Angels & Demons,” and especially heavy, hard-hitting dramas like “Fugitive Pieces,” ”Adam Resurrected” and Steven Spielberg’s “Munich,” in which she plays Eric Bana’s sympathetic wife and serves as his emotional mooring. Writer-director Lawrence Kasdan’s “Darling Companion,” then, represents a nice, unexpected change-up for Zurer, who plays Carmen, an exotic seasonal housesitter who ends up helping her employers (Diane Keaton and Kevin Kline) search for their missing dog, and in the process develops an unexpected connection with a member of their extended family, Bryan (Mark Duplass). ShockYa recently had a chance to sit down with Zurer one-on-one, and talk  [ Read More ] »

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