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  1. Box Office: 'Lego Movie' Set to Defeat 'Monuments Men,' 'Vampire Academy'

    11:26 am 2/6/2014

    The family film is based on the wildly popular toy line and hopes to launch a new franchise; "Monuments Men" opens in the U.S. on the eve of its international premiere at the Berlin Film Festival.Read more

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  2. Bill Murray Flies Into 'Late Night' as Peter Pan (Video)

    9:16 pm 1/31/2014

    The comedian says he's angling for a role in NBC's next live musical.Read more

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  3. 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!': Matt Damon Returning One Year After Hijacking Show

    12:38 pm 1/29/2014

    He and his "Monuments Men" cast, including George Clooney, will visit Kimmel on Feb. 6, the same day Jay Leno's final "Tonight Show" airs.Read more

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  4. The Monuments Men: Film Review

    9:00 am 1/29/2014

    George Clooney, Matt Damon, Bill Murray, John Goodman, Jean Dujardin and Cate Blanchett enter the war zones of Europe in an attempt to rescue Western art from Hitler's hands.Read more

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  5. Tim Minchin Reveals 'Groundhog Day' Musical Plans

    3:58 pm 1/14/2014

    The "Matilda" composer announced that he is adapting the 1993 comedy, promising it will be "instantly recognizable, and utterly different."Read more

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  6. 'Alpha House' Finale to Feature Anthony Weiner, Bill Murray

    1:24 pm 1/8/2014

    Tom Brokaw, Michael Steele and Jeffrey Toobin also will appear in the Jan. 10 episode of the Amazon series.Read more

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  7. 'Monuments Men' Newsreel-Style Trailer Calls for Actual Art-Search Support

    8:47 am 12/27/2013

    In partnership with the Monuments Men Foundation, Sony also launches informational and educational websites with lesson plans and maps detailing the team's historical efforts.Read more

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  8. Alpha House: TV Review

    9:49 am 11/14/2013

    Amazon gets into the scripted game with a strong, star-studded political comedy from Garry Trudeau that follows the exploits of four Republican senators living in the same house in Washington, D.C.Read more

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