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15 Films To See In July
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This summer has seen a dip in overall box office and a few BIG movies have gobbled up most of the available bucks. There are obviously some big titles coming this month that could contend with "Jurassic World" spectacular, but maybe July is a good time to search for something a little bit different.
Added by on 7/5/15
7 Ways 'Terminator: Genisys' Is Everything That's Wrong Wrong with Movies
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Terminator Genisys
From spoiler-heavy marketing to slavish fan service, "Genisys" embodies all the ways blockbusters have gone bad.
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Hannibal Is Dead, Long Live Hannibal?
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NBC might have canceled the critically acclaimed show, but the new nature of television means it's likely to live on online.
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Brian Grazer's Talks '24,' 'Arrested Development' and Regretting 'Cowboys & Aliens'
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Brian Grazer has some rules for success, but he hasn't always followed them.
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Amanda Seyfried Replacing Mila Kunis in Ted 2 — But Why?
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Category: Production
Tagged: Ted 2
Thunder buddies might be for life — but apparently, romantic partners aren't. Ted 2 is about to start filming, and Mark Wahlberg will be reprising his role as the owner of the mischievous talking teddy bear. However, Mila Kunis won't be in the film, and instead Amanda Seyfried will be. So why isn't Mila coming back?
Added by on 7/3/15
Carl Reiner on writing a children's book, tweeting, and joking around with Mel Brooks
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Carl Reiner
We caught up with Reiner at his home, where he's lived with his wife for most of his life. A home where there's a special chair reserved for his best friend Mel, who joins him on most nights. A home that pays tribute to Mark Twain and Shakespeare, two strong influences in his work. We discussed The Secret Treasure Of Tahka Paka, making people laugh, meeting Brooks, and how he never stops working.
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Michael Harney on OITNB, Weeds, and playing cops and lawyers
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Michael Harney has played all manner of uptight cops, lawyers, politicians, and other authority figures in a three-decade career, the last 22 of which have been on TV and film. After countless guest roles and supporting roles big and small, Harney landed a series regular role for the first time on Netflix's hit Orange Is The New Black, where he plays prison guard supervisor Sam Healy, a man whose peccadilloes are barely contained by his slow-burning, seething exterior. The third season of the show premiered on June 12.
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Susan Sarandon Talks 'Three Generations' and More in New Interview
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Susan Sarandon, Three Generations, The Hunger
Her new film, "Three Generations," scheduled for a September release, actress Susan Sarandon revealed some precious details about the film in addition to her enlightening thoughts on Hollywood's treatment of LGBT stories, and playing a lesbian opposite Catherine Deneuve. Between this and Xavier Dolan's English-language "The Death and Life of John F. Donovan," we give no pause in claiming the "Stepmom" star will be taking part in some of the landmark queer movies of the next few years.
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How Season Three of 'Orange Is the New Black' Explores the Morality of Humankind
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Orange Is The New Black: Season 3
Throughout season three, the Netflix show has fashioned an unmistakeable philosophical thesis: All humankind is fundamentally flawed, but kindness can save us.
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Amy Schumer Isn't Racist—She's a Comedian
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Amy Schumer, Trainwreck
The star has been accused of having a "large blind spot" on issues of race—but testing the boundaries of jokes is part of the process of stand-up.
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