An "About a Boy” rerun tops “New Girl” Key and Peele join “Fargo” Man arrested for meth lab was wearing a “Breaking Bad” Los Pollos Hermanos T-shirt
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China's leaders are loving "House of Cards" Justin Timberlake too ill for tonight's concert -- will he be healthy on Friday for Jimmy Fallon? Judd Hirsch joins ABC's "Forever" pilot
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How an unassuming romantic comedy defined and defied a generation
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By submitting 'Orange Is the New Black' as a comedy, Netflix got 5 nominations
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A Russian-American journalist and the grieving father of a 9/11 victim join forces to challenge the government's official account of the events that unfolded on that fateful and tragic day in this incendiary thriller from director Jarek Kupsc. When successful journalist Alex Prokop (Kupsc) receives a unique videotape that reveals newly discovered information about the terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C., he makes it his mission to find out as much as possible about the explosive new development. The sender of the tape was Paul Cooper (Joseph Culp), an American patriot whose daughter perished in those terrorist attacks and who now believes that the U.S. government is to blame for those horrific events. As Prokop and Cooper interview various eyewitnesses to the attack, stories of underground explosions in the Twin Towers immediately before the attack and the revelation that the president's brother presided over the WTC security staff finds the official story slowly crumbling under the weight of the unspeakable truth. Before long, the FBI begins pressuring Alex's editor, Georgia (Lisa Black), to reveal key sources and the magazine's investors are threatening to kill the entire story. Haunted by memories of his childhood in Communist Russia, Prokop vows to unearth the truth regardless of the damage it may do to his career. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
Type: Event | Date: Friday, May 4, 2012
Miley Cyrus and Demi Moore lead this large cast.
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Channing Tatum is a young soldier who falls in love with idealistic college girl Amanda Seyfried
Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Jan 26, 2010
Bruce McDonald, critically acclaimed director of The Tracey Fragments, teams with author Tony Burgess to adapt Burgess' own novel about a small town in the grip of a mysterious frenzy. It may be Valentine's Day, but for caustic radio personality Grant Mazzy (Stephen McHattie) that's just another reason to be miserable. Mazzy used to be a certified radio superstar, but working in Pontypool is a far shot from working in the big city. Today, however, as Mazzy prepares for his regular routine of reading the weather, updating school closings, and pleading his case for a little on-air controversy to producer Sydney Bryer (Lisa Houle), the appearance of an unexpected figure signals the beginning of a disturbing phenomenon in the small town of Pontypool. Heading to work, Mazzy is nearly run over by a distraught woman who seems to have lost her grip on reality. Later, reports of a shoot-out between provincial police and a group of local ice fishers are made even more bizarre by the revelation that they were all screaming gibberish, running around nude, and missing body parts. By the time a riot breaks out in Dr. Mendez's (Hrant Alianak) office, it's obvious to Mazzy that the residents of Pontypool are suffering from a strange form of contagious dementia, but what has caused this bizarre outbreak and, more importantly, how can it be stopped? ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide
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Report: "Entourage" movie is almost a done deal NBC hasn't officially announced "Celebrity Apprentice's" return, but it's "on track" to be made Lifetime renews "Drop Dead Diva"
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Olivia Wilde as Marissa? Garrett Hedlund as Ryan? And whose idea was Rooney?