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New Radicals' Gregg Alexander Grants First Interview in 15 Years (Exclusive)
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Gregg Alexander, Begin Again (2014)
The frontman of the 1990s band behind the hit single 'You Get What You Give' was lured back into the business, after a long self-imposed exile, to write the songs for 'Begin Again,' including best original song Oscar contender 'Lost Stars'
Added by on 1/21/15
'Parenthood' And The Strange Case Of The Missing Family Drama
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NBC's Parenthood returns Thursday night for its final run of four episodes. Produced by Jason Katims, who's beloved by critics for helming television's version of Friday Night Lights, the show ran for six seasons and leaves a curious question behind: What happened to the network family drama?
Source: www.npr.org
Added by on 1/13/15
  Watch amazing footage of Matthew McConaughey's 'Dazed and Confused' audition
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Category: Production
Tagged: Dazed And Confused, Matthew Mcconaughey
The Criterion Collection released great footage of Matthew McConaughey's audition for "Dazed and Confused," on Monday. The footage, which is from the '90s is short and raw, yet it still captures the McConaughey — swagger, drawl and all — we've come to know and love.
Source: www.salon.com
Added by on 1/13/15
Back From the Depths, Rebuilding a Career
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Wes Bentley, American Beauty
This @NYTimes piece tracks Wes Bentley's career and his immediate fall into hard drugs following 'American Beauty', how he separated from his wife so he could do drugs full-time, and his long road to recovery.
Source: www.nytimes.com
Added by on 1/13/15
Here's What 'American Sniper' Says About America
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: American Sniper
What does Clint Eastwood's war drama tell us about our relationship with guns? It isn't a pretty picture.
Added by on 1/13/15
Livin' Thing: An Oral History  of 'Boogie Nights'
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Nearly 20 years later, "Boogie Nights" endures. For its beautiful portrait of nontraditional families; for Reynolds and Wahlberg, the surrogate father and son, who were never better; for Philip Seymour Hoffman, squeezing into character and breaking hearts; for its prodigy director sticking to his guns and nailing it; for John C. Reilly's hot-tub poetry; for Roller Girl. Is everybody ready? This is the making and near unmaking of Boogie Nights.
Source: grantland.com
Added by on 12/16/14
Once a rock star Pauly Shore rolls with the punch lines these days
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Pauly Shore, Pauly Shore Stands Alone
Whence the Weasel? These days, former comedy star Pauly Shore is just trying to roll with the punch lines.
Source: www.latimes.com
Added by on 12/9/14
25 Things to Look for While Watching the 24-Hour A Christmas Story Marathon
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: A Christmas Story
This Christmas, when you inevitably tune into catch at least one airing of Bob Clark's holiday classic during TBS' 24-hour marathon, we've got a way for you to watch A Christmas Story in a whole new light: by keeping your eyes—and ears—peeled for these 25 blink-and-you'll-miss-'em gaffes, anachronisms, and other fun facts that make watching the 30-year-old film an entirely new experience.
Source: mentalfloss.com
Added by on 12/1/14
An Oral History of the Epic Space Film "The Right Stuff"
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Before there was "Interstellar" there was "The Right Stuff." @WIRED magazine's oral history details the gritty, real-world space travel film.
Source: www.wired.com
Added by on 12/1/14
Our option on Atlas Shrugged expires in two days: 6-plus copyright extensions disguised as movies
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A fascinating article about films that were made simply because the producer was about to lose their copyright on them.
Source: www.avclub.com
Added by on 12/1/14
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