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Younger Season 2 Trailer: Josh and Liza Reach Their Breaking Point

Younger Season 2 Trailer: Josh and Liza Reach Their Breaking Point
Breaking up may be hard to do, but Younger‘s Josh and Liza make it look so good.

The TV Land comedy’s core couple finds itself on the outs — or, at least, the start of the outs — in the full-length trailer for Season 2, which the network dropped Thursday on Twitter.

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Also on tap for Season 2, premiering Jan. 13 at 10/9c: Kelsey receives a huge promotion, before suffering an epic meltdown; the presence of Liza’s daughter adds an extra layer of complication to her double life; Diana remains the high-strung
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'Game of Thrones' season 4 casting continues as Pedro Pascal signs contract - Los Angeles Acting Auditions | Examiner.com

Pedro Pascal has enjoyed a successful television acting career, although he has not exactly been a household name. That is about to change. Big time. Entertainment Weekly (http://insidetv.ew.com/2013/06/28/thrones-red-viper-oberyn/) broke the news that the Chilean actor has been cast to play the role of Prince Oberyn Martell, aka Red Viper, on the fourth season of the HBO epic fantasy television drama series "Game of Thrones". Pedro Pascal's many guest starring credits include "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," "Touched by an Angel," "NYPD Blue," "Touched by an Angel," and "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation". He has has recurring roles on such shows as "The Good Wife" and "Lights Out". He most recently played Jay Castillo on the ABC series "Red Widow", and Juan Badillo on the USA series "Graceland". Pascal has appeared in the feature films "I Am That Girl," "The Adjustment Bureau," and "Sweet Little Lies".
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Romania Opening Its Doors to the Worlds of Digital and Showbiz

Romania Opening Its Doors to the Worlds of Digital and Showbiz
The country is ready for its closeup with a bright new identity, after centuries of sending mixed signals to the world. The name conjured up images of Vlad the Impaler, Dracula and dictator Nicolae Ceausescu (who was executed in 1989) — negative images countered by classical Romanian composers such as George Enescu, mountain greenery, perky gymnasts and hard-nosed tennis players (a recent influx of female players might change that adjective to “graceful”). Over the past decade, the nation has made a push for a greater connection to showbiz, hosting such productions as “Cold Mountain,” “Hatfields & McCoys” and Terry Gilliam’s upcoming “The Zero Theorem.” Bucharest aspires to be the next Prague in attracting runaway productions, but so far lacks top tax incentives. As the economy grows, so does box office, which climbed 28% last year. Moreover, the country is growing a bumper crop of talented filmmakers, who are making an impact on the festival scene,
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Romania's new wave could dry up if it doesn't get home support

Romania's arthouse films have won respect worldwide, but their lack of popularity among domestic audiences spells danger

Any new wave in cinema is duty-bound to make surprise its mission, cocking a snook at tradition and shuffling conventions. The one that broke in 2005 got off to a good start: hailing from Romania, a filmic backwater compared to Russia and Poland. Kicking off with Cristi Puiu's The Death of Mr Lazarescu – the whispered hit of Cannes that year – this revolution had ready-made class: it was aesthetically rigorous; serious-minded yet buoyed by a mordant sense of humour; it scraped its truths from the dingy fabric of everyday life, often covered in the residue of 42 years of communism.

Corneliu Porumboiu, Cristian Mungiu and Radu Muntean all followed up in this vein in the second half of the noughties, with pure festival-bait that was still clocking up awards this year when the drama Child's
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Lauren Conrad Gets Crafty on YouTube

Out of the tens of hundreds of reality television stars who may or may not be on camera to make friends, there are only a couple who have translated their access inside the homes of millions of Americans into business success stories and burgeoning media careers. One is Real Housewives of New York’s Bethenny Frankel, who has leveraged an emotionally intelligent, but no bullshit Northeastern attitude and a love of booze and calorie counting into the building and subsequent $120-or-so million sale of Skinnygirl Cocktails, as well as daytime talk show produced by Ellen DeGeneres that’s likely to be picked up in the very near future for national syndication. The other is Laguna Beach and The HillsLauren Conrad, who parlayed the spotlight in what may or may not have been a pair of scripted MTV teen dramas into no less than three fashion lines - The Lauren Conrad Connection,
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Crime or Punishment?!? A film by Keralino Sandorovich on DVD from 14 May 2012

From Third Window Films

Starring: Riko Narumi (Bushido Sixteen, Yamagata Scream, Trick: The Movie), Kento Nagayama (Villain, Hard Romanticker, Liar Game)

Sakura Ando (Love Exposure, 8000 Miles 2, Sweet Little Lies),Megumi Okina (The Grudge, Shutter, Red Shadow)

DVD Release Date: 14 May 2012

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Synopsis

Have you ever experienced a day when you are carrying on as usual just like the day before but strange things keep happening one after another on that particular day? This is a slapstick comedy, like Kafka’s novel, filled with incongruous nightmares and nonsensical laughter.

Ayame (Riko Narumi) is an unsuccessful girl celebrity, who happens to take on the PR role of a “police chief for a day”. The job of a campaign girl is to smile and act as a police chief for one day. It should have been a simple job, however, the police station staff treat her like the real
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This week's new film events

onedotzero, London

Projection mapping? Granimator? Holotronica? Dogboarding? The digital moving image festival presents yet another lineup of next-level music videos, graphics, animation and artwork, augmented by dauntingly up-to-date terminology. Some of it is awesomely futuristic, but much is actually fluffy and friendly – especially the new family oriented Sprites strand, and the fantastically silly Dogboarding. Specialities include Adam Buxton on Björk's music video career, a new documentary on Nasa (the all-star music project, not the space agency), bracing audio-visual installations, and a workshop on projection mapping (using buildings as cinematic backdrops, but you knew that, didn't you?).

BFI Southbank, SE1, Wed to 27 Nov

The All Night Bad Movie Experience, Nottingham

Ever come out of a movie and thought, "That's two hours of my life I'll never get back"? Well, why not make it a whole night you'll never get back, with a quadruple bill of utter crud? These aren't just any bad movies,
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Sweet Little Lies Movie Review – Dances With Films

Sweet Little Lies Movie Review – Dances With Films
Title: Sweet Little Lies Director: William J. Saunders Starring: Bill Sage, Caitlin Kinnunen, Joseph Montes, Jesse Lenat, Pedro Pascal, Natasha Williams A West Coast premiere as part of the unfolding 14th annual Dances With Films festival, ‘Sweet Little Lies’ is a nicely photographed misfits’ road movie in which a kid and adult both experience some unlikely maturation. Bess (Caitlin Kinnunen) is a rebellious trailer park teenager who’s just lost her mother. With only a faded photograph, old address and the story that her estranged father might be working in Las Vegas as an Elvis impersonator, she corrals her younger friend Waldo (Joseph Montes), and alights from Kansas, setting off for points west in the...
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