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  1. 'Get On Up': Film Review

    9:00 am 7/28/2014

    Director Tate Taylor’s energetic follow-up to "The Help" stars Chadwick Boseman as funk maestro James Brown.Read more

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  2. Noel Black, Director of 'Pretty Poison,' Dies at 77

    8:56 am 7/28/2014

    He also earned an Oscar nomination for a Palme d’Or-winning short film, helmed several telefilms and worked on many TV shows.Read more

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  3. Hulu Plus Secures Exclusive Streaming Rights to 'Manhattan'

    8:26 am 7/28/2014

    The WGN America drama will be available on Hulu's premium service the day after new episodes air, with those shows appearing on the free version of Hulu after three days.Read more

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  4. Matthias Schoenarts Exits European Drama 'Belgica' to Focus on U.S. Project

    7:44 am 7/28/2014

    The rising star of "Rust and Bone" has dropped out of "Belgica," Felix van Groeningen's follow-up to the Oscar-nominated "The Broken Circle Breakdown."Read more

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  5. U.K. Channel Apologizes for Airing Unedited Krusty Rant on 'The Simpsons'

    7:04 am 7/28/2014

    Channel 4 aired the episode in which Krusty the Clown used the word "bastard" before 9 p.m., when edgier content is allowed in Britain.Read more

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  6. 'The Honorable Woman': TV Review

    6:00 am 7/28/2014

    Maggie Gyllenhaal dazzles in a must-see miniseries set against the Middle East conflict.Read more

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  7. Roman Polanski to Receive Honor at Locarno Film Festival

    5:26 am 7/28/2014

    The 80-year-old Oscar-winning director will attend the Swiss festival and hold a masterclass for young filmmakers. Read more

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  8. 'Horns' Trailer: Daniel Radcliffe Gets Demonic (Video)

    5:02 am 7/28/2014

    In the first full trailer for the film, Radcliffe's character sprouts horns and gives in to his bad-boy side after his girlfriend's unexplained death.Read more

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  9. Box Office Gender Gap: Why 'Lucy' Conquered 'Hercules' (Analysis)

    4:59 am 7/28/2014

    More than 50 percent of the audience for the Scarlett Johansson action pic was women, another summer sign that female moviegoers are taking on more power.Read more

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