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A Few Things Any Quentin Tarantino Star Trek Movie Is Gonna Need | WIRED

The director and J.J. Abrams are reportedly starting up a writers' room for a new voyage. Here are a few things to consider.

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Tom Selleck pays tribute to his 'Magnum, P.I.' costar John Hillerman

The actor honors the grand side of "The Great Hildini."

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12 Fast Facts About ‘Magnum, P.I.’ | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

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‘Mad Men’ 10th Anniversary: Inside the Making of the Show | Variety

AMC alum Christina Wayne recalls the launch of hit series "Mad Men" for its 10th anniversary

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Why Adam West Was the One and Only Batman

Rob Sheffield breaks down why Adam West, who died Friday at 88, was the one and only Batman.

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14 Pretty Far Out Facts About 'Flight of the Conchords' | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

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Adam West Remembered by 'Batman' Co-Star Burt Ward | Hollywood Reporter

Ward, who played Robin to West's Batman, looks back at the start of their 52-year friendship.

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MeTV pays tribute to Adam West all day Saturday, June 17

Tune in to see the Batman star in seven different TV series.

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Burt Ward, Seth Green, Julie Newmar Remember Adam West: ‘He Was Truly the Bright Knight’

Burt Ward and Adam West worked together only for a few years on ABC’s “Batman,” but their friendship lasted a half-century. Ward, who played Robin to West’s Batman on the 19…

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Enjoy Outdoor SUMMER MOVIES
UNDER THE STARS IN SAN DIEGO

After a day enjoying all that San Diego has to offer, spend the evening under the stars relaxing with family, food and fun at outdoor summer movies.

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The Monster Mad Men Filming Map of Los Angeles

In the end, Don Draper didn't find inner peace in Los Angeles. He found it in Big Sur, and then immediately sold it, which basically adds up to the same thing. Throughout Mad Men, which ended this...

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Watch Jeff Bridges Revive ‘Big Lebowski’ Character ‘The Dude’ at John Goodman’s Walk of Fame Ceremony

Jeffrey “The Dude” Lebowski was brought back to life on Hollywood Boulevard, but this time, he was the one who delivered a eulogy for a friend, and it ended with “Good afternoon, …

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Does Anybody Else Really Miss ‘Mad Men’?

It hasn't even been off the air that long, but it feels like an eternity.

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TCM's Ben Mankiewicz Remembers Robert Osborne: "The Signature Face of a Network Unlike Any Other" | Hollywood

"What made TCM stand out? The answer isn't hard. It's Robert Osborne," the Turner Classic Movies host writes of the man who put the network on the map.

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Best Mystery Movies on Netflix Right Now - Thrillist

Full of unexpected twists and turns, movies like "Oldboy," "Lucky Number Slevin," "The Interview," and "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" series satisfy your mystery fix.

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Hawaii Five-0: That impossible Jack Lord cameo explained — exclusive

Hawaii Five-0 did the impossible in its seventh season premiere by uniting the old Steve McGarrett with the new. The CBS drama brought original McGarrett actor Jack Lord to life through the magic of CGI. Lord, who died in 1998, portrayed the Five-O hero f

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11 reasons why Adam West is the best Batman ever

Batman has been on the screen since 1943. Now, Ben Affleck has slipped on the cowl to growl and punch his Super Friend, Superman. Affleck is the eighth man to act as Bruce Wayne. He may be the tallest yet, but he is not the best. There can be only one tru

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Jeff Bridges Performs “The Man In Me” On Conan

CONAN Highlight: Joined by guitar prodigy Quinn Sullivan, the Dude himself jams to the Bob Dylan classic.

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Petition · HBO: Bring back the HBO series Vinyl · Change.org

HBO Cancels 'Vinyl' - SPIN Magazine On June 22nd, 2016, SPIN magazine reported that the HBO series Vinyl, produced by Terrence Winter, Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger, which recently finished its first season, was renewed but then subsequently cancel

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10 Fast Facts About 'Logan's Run' | Mental Floss

In the sci-fi classic Logan's Run—which was released 40 years ago today—the human population lives under a domed city near Washington D.C. in the year 2274. The utopian setting becomes dystopian once we discover that people are terminated as soon as they turn 30 years old.

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The Pragmatic Rebellion of Roger Corman’s The Trip - Musings - Oscilloscope Labs

The Pragmatic Rebellion of Roger Corman’s The Trip by Jessica Ritchey Pre-production for a movie rarely involves dropping acid, yet in the spirit of due diligence, producer/director Roger Corman spent...

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A bunch of awesome Mad Men props are about to go up for auction

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons.

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Bill & Ted 3 is definitely happening, Alex Winter confirms | NME.COM

Bill & Ted 3 is going to be made, according to one of its stars - and Keanu Reeves is on board.

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11 reasons Adam West is the best Batman ever

Batman has been on the screen since 1943. Now, Ben Affleck has slipped on the cowl to growl and punch his Super Friend, Superman. Affleck is the eighth man to act as Bruce Wayne. He may be the tallest yet, but he is not the best. There can be only one tru

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Topher Grace cut together a Seinfeld reunion from Curb Your Enthusiasm’s scraps

Back in 2009, the seventh season of HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm was centered around Larry David agreeing to do a Seinfeld reunion in the hopes of resuscitating his doomed marriage.

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The Force Awakens Has Changed Star Wars Forever | WIRED

In the latest installment of the 'Geek's Guide to the Galaxy' podcast, the panel discusses the new Star Wars movie and what it means for the franchise.

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"The Doors" Sing "Reading Rainbow" Theme (Late Night with Jimmy Fallon)

The legendary Jim Morrison (Jimmy Fallon) and The Doors stopped by 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' to cover the

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Quentin Tarantino says there will be two different versions of 'The Hateful Eight' - Business Insider

Quentin Tarantino's next movie "The Hateful Eight" is already being touted as a movie lover's ultimate experience as it will be shown in lush 70mm photography.

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He played a kind cop on TV -- and inspired a generation of LAPD - LA Times

-Adam-12, 1-Adam-12.”

For many in the LAPD, that was the siren call.

As kids, they sprawled on their living room carpets, watched “Adam-12” on TV and made up their minds to one day join the force, just like Officers Pete Malloy and Jim Reed.

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Adam 12's Martin Milner LAPD End-of-Watch Broadcast by Todd | Free Listening on SoundCloud

Stream Adam 12's Martin Miler LAPD End-of-Watch Broadcast by Todd from desktop or your mobile device

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1965: Classic TV's Vintage Year

15 unforgotten shows that premiered 50 years ago, in a single week in September

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The actual NASA technologies that Matt Damon will use in the space survival film “The Martian” - Quartz

Those who criticized Christopher Nolan's 2014 film Interstellar for being too unrealistic are in for a treat. In October, perhaps the most science-based science fiction space film ever will hit theaters: The Martian, based on the bestselling book of th

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The brief, wondrous life of the DVD · For Our Consideration · The A.V. Club

The people who brought DVDs into the world could never even agree on what the letters should stand for.

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The quick, offstage choreography of SNL costume changes · Expert Witness · The A.V. Club

In entertainment, an awful lot of stuff happens behind closed doors, from canceling TV shows to organizing music festival lineups. While the public sees the end product on TVs, movie screens, paper, or radio dials, they don’t see what it took to get there. In Expert Witness, The A.V. Club talks to industry insiders about the actual business of entertainment in hopes of shedding some light...

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Paul Dano and John Cusack Portray Brian Wilson’s Genius In Love & Mercy - Los Angeles Magazine

When I was a teenager and Jimi Hendrix sang, “And you never hear surf music again,” he was talking to me. A product of Southern California—hang-ten capital of any coast east of Honolulu—I was keenly aware of how surf culture represented everything from which I felt omitted, including the social circle of kids in T-Birds that Daddy never took away -

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Matthew Weiner’s MAD MEN and the double audience | YDS: The Clare Spark Blog

(Spoilers ahead). In all my years of watching television, I have never been so flummoxed as I was by the final season of Matthew Weiner’s Mad Men that purports to trace the ups and downs of its primary characters in a small NYC advertising agency, “St

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus Will Reunite With Jerry Seinfeld on Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee | TIME

Jerry and Elaine will grab a coffee just like old times

Jerry Seinfeld’s comedy talk show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is coming back for a sixth season — and this time Julia Louis-Dreyfus will be joining Seinfeld at the wheel.

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Mad Men Real Estate Update: Things Go from Bad to Worse for Don Draper's Awesome Apartment - Flipped - Curbed National

Mad Men, a popular television program about the tragic fall of a once great apartment, aired its second episode of the (second half of the) final season on Sunday,...

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15 Real-Life Events of 1970 That Could Show Up on Mad Men | Vanity Fair

Last night’s Mad Men premiere (and particularly Roger Sterling’s mustache) confirmed something the promos only hinted at. Toto, we’re not in the 60s anymore. All our visions of Don Draper’s story and the decade that defined him coming to a close at the same time went out the window.

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5 Things In Mad Men That Became Important - Business Insider

The advertising industry was never the same. Some people don't realize the show depicts landmark developments in the advertising industry with equal precision. We spoke with real-life 1960s "Mad Man" Mel Abert, former art director at renowned ad agency Chiat/Day. Abert let us in on the developments in the show that ended up being huge for the industry.

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Why 'Mad Men' Is Comfort-Food TV for Viewers Who Didn't Live Through the '60s

Mad Men is, at its essence, a show about terrible things happening to occasionally terrible people. Its characters are adulterers, careerists, alcoholics, and liars; they’re prone to selfishness, s...

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Mad Men to live on at Smithsonian National Museum of American History - BBC News

A collection of costumes and props from hit US drama Mad Men is donated to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.

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It’s Mad Men Week on The A.V. Club · Newswire · The A.V. Club

As you’re probably aware, Mad Men returns on Sunday, April 5, kicking off the final seven episodes of its heralded seven-season run. In honor of the show’s return and final wrapup, The A.V. Club is offering extra Mad Men coverage all this week:

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Simon Pegg: Star Trek 3 Will Be True to the TV Show

It sounds as though Simon Pegg is set to steer Star Trek 3 closer to the original TV series - but is that a good thing?

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Mad Men: The End Is About to Begin

It was 2007 when Don Draper, figuratively depicted in the show's elegant opening titles, began his long fall through the 1960s, passing through the best of the materialist America he helps spin into being on his way to ... what?...

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Facebook, 'Mad Men' Put Your Photos in Don Draper's Carousel | Special: Mad Men - Advertising Age

AMC's new "Mad Men" promotion will either make you nostalgic or embarrassed, depending on the photos that dominate your Facebook profile.

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19 Things You Didn't Know About "Seinfeld"

There’s probably no more frequently quoted show in all of NYC, and maybe the country (and maybe the continent [and maybe the…

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Spock - Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan

Captain Spock (Leonard Nimoy) gives the ultimate sacrifice for his friends.

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Here’s All the Ways Quentin Tarantino’s Movies Are Connected – IFC

Shared universes are the big thing in Hollywood nowadays thanks to a little studio called Marvel. But Quentin Tarantino was already connecting all his movies long before the MCU dominated the industry and made all the money in world. He was just way more subtle about it. Here’s your map to navigating through the weird, violent, and sometimes funny Tarantinoverse. Pay attention, because this bounces back and forth in true Tarantino fashion.

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Jon Stewart says he’s leaving The Daily Show · Newswire · The A.V. Club

Ending one of the most venerable and trusted careers in making a complete mockery of the news, Jon Stewart has announced that he is stepping down as host of The Daily Show. According to sources who were there (some of whom are already passing word along on social media), Stewart let the news slip at the taping of today’s episode

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24 Struggles Every Netflix Addict Will Immediately Understand

"Are you still watching?" is Netflix telling you to get your life together...???

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How to Do New Year's Eve Right, According to 'The Apartment' - New Year's Eve in Film - Esquire

'The Apartment' has the greatest New Year's Eve scene in the history of film, apologies to 'When Harry Met Sally' and 'Sunset Boulevard.'

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Mark Hamill on his emotional return to 'Star Wars' and Luke Skywalker | Inside Movies | EW.com

Luke Skywalker was a huge part of Mark Hamill's past, and although he still can't talk about the plot of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the actor has opened up to EW about the emotional experience of returning to that far-off galaxy.

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Bob Hope gets little thanks for all the memories

To the boomer generation, seeing Bob Hope on TV or in the movies was like spending time with cranky relatives. Sure, there were a lot of great memories — the World War II shows, the

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Why We're Just Now Getting the 1960s Batman TV Show on DVD | WIRED

Fans have been waiting decades for the 1960s Batman TV series to arrive on home video. After years of struggle, it's finally being released. Here's why it took so long.

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What's New on Netflix for November 2014 - The Moviefone Blog

Looking for what's new on Netflix streaming for November? You've come to the right place.

We've rounded up the best TV shows and movies arriving soon. So take some time to peruse this list, and maybe block off a weekend or two so you can binge-watch Season 9 of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" or something. Oh, and you might want to make a note about November 22; "Snowpiercer" is worth the wait.

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Today Was The First Without Saturday Morning Cartoons In Over 50 Years

Bye, childhood.

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30 Years of Coens: True Grit - The Atlantic

In honor of the 30th anniversary of the Coen brothers' debut, Blood Simple, I’m re-watching their 16 feature films and attempting to jot down observations on one per day, in order of their release. For a fuller explanation of what I’m doing and why, see my first entry, on Blood Simple.

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Quentin Tarantino Says 'Kill Bill: The Whole Bloody Affair' Will Hit Theaters In 2015

Could it really be true? Of the many projects Quentin Tarantino keeps up in the air, the one that excites and frustrates fans in equal measure is

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Hollywood joins forces with Kodak to keep movie film alive

After lobbying by directors including Quentin Tarantino, Christopher Nolan, and JJ Abrams, movie studios are negotiating a deal with Kodak that would secure the company's ability to keep producing...

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6 Surprising Facts About The Voices Behind Your Favorite 'Peanuts' Characters

Good grief, who didn't love the "Peanut" gang?

There was Charlie Brown, the "lovable loser" who, try as he might, couldn't seem to do anything right -- except rock that fashionable bumblebee outfit. Lucy was the school bully and the crabbiest 8-year-old to ever exist in cartoon form.

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Gary Oldman Blasts Liberal Hollywood, Defends Mel Gibson and Alec Baldwin

Gary Oldman has blasted Hollywood for what he perceives as a double standard -- asserting that Bill Maher and Jon Stewart can get away with politically incorrect humor while others like Mel Gibson ...

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“Hockey Puck!” Some of Our Favorite Jokes/Insults/Quotes From Don Rickles

Don Rickles has been performing for over 55 years. During that time he has worked hard to earn the nicknames, “Mr. Warmth” and “The Merchant of Venom.” Rickles isn’t your everyday joke teller...

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Spike Honors Legendary Comedy Icon Don Rickles

The biggest superstars in comedy will come together on Spike TV to celebrate the legendary career of one of their most beloved icons - Don Rickles.

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The long-running private eye series Mannix was brutal, stylish comfort food

For most of the history of television, the barrier to syndication—and to profitability—has been 100 episodes. The shows that have made it to that mark are an unusual group. Many were big hits. Some found small cult audiences. Still others just hung on

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Mad Men: Don’s Philip Morris Switcheroo

It sounds crazy to say this about an episode that featured both a threesome and a severed nipple, but I thought “The Runaways” was kind of boring. Or at least … scattered. This felt like one of those episodes where chess pieces are bein

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New 'Flintstones' Movie? Warner Bros. Wants to Yabba-Dabba-Doo It

Peabody and Sherman, the Pink Panther and now The Flintstones — at this rate, can film adaptations of Magilla Gorilla and Secret Squirrel be far behind?

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Mad Men creator rules out follow-up:

Matthew Weiner rules out a sequel or spinoff from the AMC drama.

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Letterman, Seinfeld, Scorsese to Headline Spike's Rickles Tribute

Some of the biggest names in comedy, TV and film will be on hand to fete funnyman Don Rickles during the Spike TV special “One Night Only: An All-Star Comedy Tribute to Don Rickles.” David Letterma...

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    Is Sterling Cooper & Partners About to Enter the Space Race? Accutron’s Role in the Moon Landing.

    The season premiere of Mad Men Sunday night began with a pitch, not for Sunkist or Ford or any of the other accounts that generated so much excitement for Sterling Cooper & Partners last season, but for the Bulova Accutron. Why did “Time Zones&rdquo

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    'Mad Men' Creator Matthew Weiner Says 'So Long' to 1968

    By most standards, 1968 was the most tumultuous year in American history. It wasn't a very smooth one for Don Draper, either.

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    Peter Mayhew will suit up again as Chewbacca for 'Star Wars Episode 7'

    Peter Mayhew will once again play the role of Chewbacca in Star Wars Episode VII, a move that would seem to confirm that the events of the Star Wars novels will have no bearing on the actual film.

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      Jeff Bridges To Headline 2014 Lebowski Fest!

      Jeff Bridges & the Abiders will be the headline act at the 2014 Lebowski Fest, it was announced Wednesday.

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        Band Of Brothers: “Currahee”
        A war story told from the outside in

        “Currahee” (episode 1; originally aired 9/9/2001)In which the men of Easy Company are trained(Available on HBO Go.)Television has rarely served war well. Of the big themes that pop up over and over again in art, it’s the one that TV has mostly consi

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            Hannibal Buress has a new show on Comedy Central...or does he?

            Comic Hannibal Buress has announced that Comedy Central has greenlit his 'Unemployable' series for a 10 episode run, though the cable channel won't confirm.

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                'Star Wars: Episode VII' will take place 30 years after 'Return of the Jedi'!

                A new Star Wars film is getting closer by the day, and Lucasfilm and Disney have just announced some new information on the status of the production. Episode VII — co-written and directed by...

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                    Jeff Bridges is still "The Dude" as he wins award at film festival!

                    “Man, this is so cool!”

                    That was Jeff Bridges’ reaction Saturday night to receiving the King Vidor award for excellence in filmmaking at the 20th San Luis International Film Festival.

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                        10 Reasons Superman Is Really Jewish

                        The new Superman film is out and the superhero is celebrating his 75th birthday. Here’s 10 reasons to believe the Man of Steel might actually be Jewish.

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                          The Many Emotions Of Ron Swanson

                          Think that Ron Swanson is all stony surface with no emotional backbone? Think again.

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                            The Coens abide: Joel & Ethan on refusing maturity

                            Inside the Coen brothers' world: An interview with Joel and Ethan on keeping maturity at bay

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                              The Untouchables: 20 Classic Movies Hollywood Can’t Remake or Revisit

                              It's not exactly breaking news, but it appears nothing is sacred in Movie Land these days. Case in point: this week's announcement that some very, very bold people are prepping a sequel to the Christmastime classic

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                                44 Years and Counting: A Day with ‘Sesame Street’s’ Maria, Mando … and Grover

                                When Ismael Cruz Còrdova was growing up, “Maria” from “Sesame Street” was one of the people who helped him learn English. Now, as the newest cast member on the long-running children’s show – making his debut as “Mando” this season -- Còr

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                                    7 TV Shows We Wish Would Make A Comeback

                                    It's getting darker and colder outside, and there's nothing that cures the winter blues quite like curling up with a warm drink and binge-watching your favorite TV shows. Many of our readers 'fessed up to their addictions last month and told u

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                                      New ‘Check, Please!’ host Catherine De Orio says popular show is tougher than it looks - Chicago Sun-Times

                                      “I like to think of it as Girl & the Goat goes to Nantucket,” new host Catherine De Orio said about the updated “Check, Please!” digs.

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                                        How To Be Sad: The 8 Big Questions for Paul Giamatti

                                        Likely no star working today has perfectly captured such consistent depths of misery as Paul Giamatti. From his celebrated role as the failed author/wine-drunk alcoholic in

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                                          Why the Switch to Digital Projectors Means the End of the Small-Town Movie Theater

                                          Hollywood's transition is leaving smaller, more isolated communities in the dark.

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                                            Project Drive-In: Save the Drive-In Fund

                                            Honda Project Drive-In is a movement to preserve an American icon. Many drive-ins face closure without a $75,000+ upgrade to digital projection by Dec 31.

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                                              Tom Clancy wanted to make a 'Magnum, P.I.' movie, Tom Selleck reveals

                                              Tom Clancy had magnificent dreams for a “Magnum P.I” movie franchise

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                                                Prepare Yourself: The ‘Star Wars’ Spinoffs Will All Be Origin Stories. Han Solo Shoots First?

                                                Disney CFO Jay Rasulo offers an update about the 'Star Wars' spin-off films, merchandising, and tentpole movie budgets.

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                                                  25 Celebrities Turning 50 This Year That Will Blow Your Mind - Babble

                                                  Keep calm. Coolio is turning 50. You may need to sit down and phone a friend before you embark on this journey of other celebrities turning 50 this year.

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                                                    Mad Men Serves “Seven and Seven” - Increases Last Season to 14 Episodes

                                                    The final season, consisting of 14 episodes, will be split between Spring 2014 and Spring 2015.

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                                                      11 TV Spinoffs You Might Not Know Existed

                                                      While we await further details on Better Call Saul, let’s look back at a few spinoffs you might have missed.

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                                                        25 Things You Didn't Know About Mad Men

                                                        Just a few factoids to get you excited for Sunday's season finale.

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                                                          10 Peanuts Characters You’ve Probably Forgotten

                                                          Everyone knows Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Lucy and Linus. But do you recall these less-celebrated members of the Peanuts gang?

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                                                            11 Things We No Longer See in Movie Theaters

                                                            If you remember when an usher would scold you for speaking too loud, or had a grandma who had a full set of china only because she’d faithfully attended weeks of Dish Nights, these 11 artifacts might bring back some fond memories.

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                                                              Divorce American Style Trailer

                                                              Here's a trailer I did for this obscure film starring Dick Van Dyke, Debbie Reynolds, Jason Robards and Jean Simmons.

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                                                                9 Directors Who Remade Their Own Films

                                                                Remaking classic films for modern audiences is nothing new, but it seems as if Hollywood studios are churning out more remakes than originals every year. Usually, new directors are brought on to remake older films—but occasionally, the same director who

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                                                                          10 Movies With Mind-Boggling Miniature Effects

                                                                          The use of miniatures in these films is so subtle that we’re still kicking ourselves for believing that cars can fly, and that cities were harmed in the making of these movies.

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                                                                            What's Your Favorite Episode From Mad Men Season 6? Vote Now! - Mad Men - AMC

                                                                            Rank every episode from Mad Men's sixth season. Aren't sure which ones you like best? Visit the episode guide for a refresher on what happened throughout Season 6.

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                                                                              StarWars.com | Star Wars Soundboards

                                                                              Man the control panel of the incredible galaxy of Star Wars sounds!

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                                                                                Johnny Carson's vintage interviews will air on TCM

                                                                                Twenty-one years after the King of Late Night retired from NBC 's

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                                                                                  Magnum, P.I.

                                                                                  Tom Selleck won an Emmy for his portrayal of Thomas Magnum, a charming private detective who lives in Hawaii on the estate of an absentee millionaire. Though a bit of a rascal, Magnum investigates his...

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                                                                                    Mad Men Yourself

                                                                                    Mad Men Yourself with a themed avatar, illustrated by Dyna Moe.

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                                                                                    Turner Classic Movies - TCM.com

                                                                                    Turner Classic Movies presents the greatest motion pictures of all time from one of the largest film libraries in the world. Find video, photos, forums, blogs and shop for some of the best movies ever made only at TCM!

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                                                                                    Harrison Ford Flips Out After Audience Member Asks a ‘Star Wars: Episode 7′ Question

                                                                                    Harrison Ford was a guest on last night's 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' to promote his movie '42' and naturally the discussion came around to 'Star Wars: Episode 7'

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                                                                                      Holy moolah, Batman! Man who paid $1 for the original Batmobile sells it at auction $4.6M

                                                                                      The original Batmobile went under the hammer for the first time -- 47 years after its designer built it from an old Lincoln Futura he bought for $1 -- and has sold an eye-popping $4.6 million.