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Mark Ruffalo and Zoe Saldana Star In Trailer For Infinitely Polar Bear

Check out the official Us trailer for Sony Pictures Classics film Infinitely Polar Bear, starring Mark Ruffalo and Zoe Saldana.

Infinitely Polar Bear opens in NY and La on June 19th and expands nationally in the following weeks.


While most fathers spend their days at work, Cam Stuart (Mark Ruffalo) is more likely to be found mushroom-hunting, cooking elaborate meals, or working on one of his many half completed projects. His family’s wealth keeps his family just barely afloat, while Cam struggles to live with manic depression. When Cam has a manic breakdown that lands him in a mental hospital, his wife Maggie (Zoe Saldana) and their two young daughters, Amelia and Faith, are forced to leave their house in the country and move into a cramped apartment in Cambridge, where Maggie tries to find a decent job, with no luck.

Broke, stressed, and overwhelmed, Maggie applies to business
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'Infinitely Polar Bear' Trailer Starring Mark Ruffalo

'Infinitely Polar Bear' Trailer Starring Mark Ruffalo
Two of Marvel's biggest stars, Avengers: Age of Ultron's Mark Ruffalo and Guardians of the Galaxy's Zoe Saldana, come together for an indie that doesn't require extensive makeup or motion capture work, in the first trailer for Infinitely Polar Bear. The plot is set in the late 1970s, following a manic-depressive mess of a father (Mark Ruffalo), who tries to win back his wife (Zoe Saldana) by attempting to take full responsibility of their two young, spirited daughters, who don't make the overwhelming task any easier.

Infinitely Polar Bear debuted at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, where it was met with critical acclaim and eventually picked up by Sony Pictures Classics. Maya Forbes wrote the screenplay and makes her directorial debut, after writing movies such as Seeing Other People, The Rocker, Monsters Vs. Aliens, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days and the upcoming Trolls. Bad Robot's J.J. Abrams
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Listen: Firewall & Iceberg Podcast No. 242

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Happy Wednesday, Boys & Girls! I was traveling yesterday, so it's time for a slightly delayed installment of the Firewall & Iceberg Podcast.  Fortunately, there was nothing timely that we missed yesterday, but we have reviews for Netflix "BoJack Horseman" and BBC America's "Intruders," which premiere on Friday and Saturday, respectively. We preview the Emmys a little and we also answered a piece of Listener Mail about writer credits. And we have a trio of "Friday Night Lights" Season 2 episodes to celebrate this week, including "Pantherama!," "Seeing Other People" and "The Confession," which we discussed in a lengthy and amorphous blob. Today's breakdown: "BoJack Horseman" (00:01:10 - 00:09:15) "Intruders" (00:09:20 - 00:18:40) The 2014 Emmy Awards (00:18:45 - 00:37:30) Listener Mail: Writing Credits (00:37:45 - 43:50) "Friday Night Lights" Season 2 ReWatch (00:43:55 - 01:24:00) As always, you can subscribe to The Firewall & Iceberg
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Kevin Durant's Mvp Speech and Touching Tribute to His Mom Will Definitely Make You Cry—Watch

Kevin Durant's Mvp Speech and Touching Tribute to His Mom Will Definitely Make You Cry—Watch
Seeing other people cry will usually get us choked up, but watching Kevin Durant—a 6-foot-9 professional NBA player—being brought to tears talking about his childhood just made us lose it (that's your cue to get the box of Kleenex). The 25-year-old Oklahoma City Thunder power forward received his first Mvp Award, and his acceptance speech tugged at heartstrings from the beginning—especially since Durant was teary-eyed for the entire thing—but it was his heartfelt tribute to his mother, Wanda Pratt, that was truly touching. "I don't think you know what you did. You had my brother when you were 18 years old," Durant says (around the 23:00 mark). "Three years later, I came...
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Solution Entertainment Group Picks Up International Rights To Infinitely Polar Bear Starring Mark Ruffalo and Zoe Saldana,

The Solution Entertainment Group will handle international rights to Emmy-Award nominated writer Maya Forbes’ directorial debut Infinitely Polar Bear starring Oscar nominee Mark Ruffalo (The Kids Are Alright) and Zoe Saldana (Star Trek), it was announced today by The Solution Entertainment Group’s (“The Solution”) founders and partners, Lisa Wilson and Myles Nestel.

The film will make its world premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival in the U.S. Dramatic section. ICM Partners will be handling Us rights.

The film is produced by Emmy-winning Wally Wolodarsky along with Paper Street FilmsBenji Kohn and Bingo Gubelmann (Happythankyoumoreplease) and Park PicturesSam Bisbee and Galt Niederhoffer (Robot & Frank).

The film is executive produced by Bad Robot’s J.J. Abrams and Bryan Burk, Paper Street FilmsAustin Stark, Soaring Flight ProductionsRuth Mutch and Park PicturesJackie Kelman Bisbee.

The year is 1978, and the Stuart family is struggling to hold it together.
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Robert Pattinson: It’s Great To See You Moving On From Kristen Stewart

Rob, we’re so glad to see you moving past your troubled relationship. In fact, K-Stew’s glad to see you happy, too!

Robert Pattinson, as sexy as you look when you’re all pouty and smolder-y, we much prefer to see you smiling and in good spirits — which is why we were thrilled to spot you out partying with a mystery woman June 25 at Chateau Marmont! After your night at the Los Angeles hotspot, you were seen driving away with a gorgeous brunette in tow, who looked very happy to be spending time with you.

Though you’ve been off-and-on with Kristen Stewart ever since she cheated on you with Rupert Sanders in July 2012, it looks like you’ve finally decided to move on for good, and we think that’s probably the right thing for you to do. We love Kristen, but it’s time to think about your happiness for a change.
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"Rizzoli & Isles" Subtext Recap (3.14): My roommate and I only play softball together, and other white lies

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Obligatory murder montage: cheerleaders, carwash, bros, stabs, suds, blood. Good, now that that is over with, Det. Jane Rizzoli is in softball gear and lesbian everywhere sigh and smile. She is headed out for practice with Frost and Frankie when they run into Frost’s mom in the lobby. Make that Frost’s mom and her adult female roommate and her son. Yeah, her “roommate.” Set Lesbian Spidey Sense to full tingle.

Before the whole “roommate” situation can be addressed, something even gayer happens. Dr. Maura Isles and her medical examiner crew spill out of the elevator in flouncy cut-off lab coat softball uniforms with cinched waists. I should put “softball uniforms” in quotes like I did “roommate” because, please, we’re not blind.

Jane notices the tag still dangling off of Maura’s obviously brand-new glove and shakes her head at her inability to
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Q&A: Miranda Hart

'What do I most dislike about my appearance? I am forcing myself to like it, for I can't change it'

Miranda Hart, 39, was raised in Hampshire. After Downe House boarding school, she did a degree in politics. She spent years on the stand-up circuit before appearing in Smack The Pony, Absolutely Fabulous and Not Going Out. Her award-winning sitcom, Miranda, began in 2009, and she was recently in her first straight acting role in Call The Midwife. Her first book, Is It Just Me?, is published next week. She lives in west London.

What is your greatest fear?

My greatest fear is fear. Ooh, meta.

What is the trait you most deplore in yourself?

I am getting better, but I find my default setting of "getting stressed" – very trying! I want to get to default "relax, day at a time, everything turns out for the best in the end".

Property aside,
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Ben Affleck, Alan Arkin, John Goodman and Bryan Cranston, to receive the “Hollywood Ensemble Acting Award” for “Argo” by Josh Abraham The 16th Annual Hollywood Film Awards, presented by the Los Angeles Times, is pleased to announce that the feature "Argo," directed by Ben Affleck, will receive the "Hollywood Ensemble Acting Award." "We are very proud to recognize the ensemble cast of "Argo," for their dramatic and outstanding performances," said Carlos de Abreu, Founder and Executive Director of the Hollywood Film Awards. The 2012 Hollywood Film Awards has also announced that it will honor director David O. Russell with the "Hollywood Director Award"; Oscar-winning actor Robert De Niro with the "Hollywood Supporting Actor Award"; Academy Award-winning actress Marion Cotillard with the "Hollywood Actress Award"; three-time Academy Award-nominated actress Amy Adams with the "Hollywood Supporting Actress Award"; producers Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner with the "Hollywood Producers Award"; writer/director Judd Apatow with the "Hollywood Comedy Award"; actor John Hawkes with the "Hollywood Breakout Performance Award" for "The Sessions"; and Quvenzhané Wallis
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MTV News Video Digest 11-3-11 Plus Awkward. DVD Coming November 14th

MTV is full of fun today, and while you may think that has something to do with the clip of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Pt.1 that is being revealed tonight, it actually has a lot more to do with the info that Awkward. is coming to DVD on November 14th.

That show blew me away from the first episode, and even though there were a few rough patches throughout the season, it's still a winner.

First, I've got some video clips, but be sure to check below for all the info on the DVD release.

Mac Miller stopped by for a "First Date" with MTV News' Rya Backer. Rya took the self-described "half-Jewish" rapper to NYC' Katz' Delicatessen. There, they enjoyed some pastrami on rye, talked Jewish rap history and Mac's 5 year plan: to win a Heisman, a Nobel Peace Prize and a Kids Choice Award.

Music News

Kelly Clarkson
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Alan Elliott: The Other Side of the Story

Editor’S Note: This article was first published at Film Music Magazine in response to Bruce Broughton’s comments published with Chris Alpiar’s article “What I Hope, Want and Expect from a Composers Union”.

Follow The Thread:

Jai Meghan: Are You “Pro”, Union? Bruce Broughton: An Amcl Response


We need to make plain one fundamental fact and then let’s start the debate:

The WGA Agreement Has Nothing To Do With AMPTP Negotiations — They Are Completely Separate.

The Amcl committee does its supporters no good by confusing the WGA with the AMPTP and this must stop.

This parsing of words hides a potential cancer which can eat up what we have worked 4+ years to help organize. When we parse words instead of explaining positions, we sow the seeds of disloyalty and mistrust.

We must create a union that does what is right, not merely what is convenient.
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Davis, Richter among 'People' flocking to indie

Matthew Davis, Josh Charles, Jay Mohr, Julianne Nicholson and Andy Richter topline the indie comedy Seeing Other People for helmer Wally Wolodarsky and producer Gavin Polone. Production on the project, budgeted at about $500,000, begins April 7 in Los Angeles with Helen Slater and Nikki J. Crawford also starring. The project centers on Ed and Alice (Mohr and Nicholson), a couple two months shy of their wedding date. Alice decides she hasn't sown enough wild oats, so they decide to see other people right up until the wedding date, vowing to be honest with each other about whom they date. The results are comically disastrous.

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