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What Went Wrong? Explaining The Summer of 2014
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You can try to put any spin on it you want, but there is no getting past the truth, the summer of 2014 was not good. Here are the reasons why.
Added by on 9/1/14
Hayao Miyazaki to receive an honorary Oscar | Den of Geek
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Arguably the most respected animator in Japan, Hayao Miyazaki broke the hearts of millions when he announced his retirement in September last year. Then again, he surely deserves a rest: following the founding of Studio Ghibli in 1985, Miyazaki-san worked tirelessly (perhaps even obsessively) on his films, creating such masterpieces as Laputa: Castle In The Sky, My Neighbor Totoro, Kiki's Delivery Service and Princess Mononoke.
Added by on 8/31/14
Jon Stewart: Exclusive Portraits of the 'Daily Show'
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Jon Stewart, Rosewater
The comedian is poised to release his directorial debut, 'Rosewater'. A detailed interview with the first-time director is here.
Added by on 8/31/14
 A dark comedy shows richer shades of Robin Williams' talent
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: World's Greatest Dad
A look back on at one of Robin Williams's finer perfomrances.
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Added by on 8/31/14
Which Warner Brother Directors Should Helm a DCCU Film?
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Here is a list of directors who could helm solo DC Cinematic Universe films including The Flash, Green lantern, Shazam, Aquaman and Wonder Woman!
Added by on 8/29/14
Interview: David MacKenzie on How the Prison Drama "Starred Up" Set Him Free as a Director
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: David Mackenzie, Starred Up
The director talks to @MoveableFest about how his experience on the prison-set father-son drama changed how he views directing, the unseen role of women in the male-dominated film and being as honest with the film as he could be.
Added by on 8/28/14
Andrea Martin on Working The Engels, SCTV, and almost being Liz Lemon's mom
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Over the course of her career, Andrea Martin has regularly appeared on TV and in films—both in front of the camera and as a voice actress—while also trying to make as much time for stage work as possible. And while she's certainly proven herself adept at drama, she's best known for her efforts as a comedian since getting her big break as part of the ensemble of SCTV.
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Added by on 8/28/14
Melanie Griffith Won't Watch 'Shades of Grey'
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Category: Cast & Crew
Tagged: Melanie Griffith, Fifty Shades Of Grey, Dakota Johnson
In a conversation with @Indiewire she discussed the rising acting career of her daughter Dakota Johnson, who stars in the adaptation of the erotic drama "50 Shades of Grey" coming out next year — a movie that, Griffith added, she won't be watching herself.
Added by on 8/28/14
The Weird Prescience of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)
Do not look to sewer-dwelling reptilian heroes for depth. Do look to them for a strangely resonant portrait of contemporary attitudes about crime and its causes.
Added by on 8/28/14
"Don't I know you from somewhere?": 12 TV guest stars who joined the cast
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Television series have a long-standing tradition of reusing the same guest actors in multiple roles, be it for reasons of contracting, love, or budget. Genre series are at a distinct advantage here, as they always have the option of turning to makeup and costuming in order to re-cast a returning guest. Rarer is the Doctor Who franchise's tendency to pull regular cast members from the guest ranks, with several day players later becoming companions—and one, Colin Baker, regenerating into the Sixth Doctor.
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Added by on 8/28/14
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