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  1. Godzilla: Film Review

    7:08 pm 5/8/2014

    British director Gareth Edwards brings the iconic Japanese monster back to the big screen in Legendary's revival of the classic creature.Read more

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  2. Cannes: Entertainment One Takes International Rights to 'Trumbo'

    8:55 am 5/7/2014

    eOne Films International will start shopping the Bryan Cranston starrer on the Croisette. Read more

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  3. NewFronts: Yahoo, Xbox, Crackle Tout Fare, But Details Are Scarce

    5:00 am 5/7/2014

    Xbox chases Netflix, Yahoo courts comedy and Sony's Crackle talks up its "Seinfeld"-sized hit.Read more

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  4. Julia Roberts and Sally Field Reunite for Jimmy Kimmel's 'Celebrity Curse Off' (Video)

    11:18 pm 5/5/2014

    Bryan Cranston flubs the word "badonkadonk," Peyton Manning explains his "Omaha" call, and Tom Felton rants about L.A. tea on Monday's late-night shows.Read more

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  5. 'The Night Alive,' 'All the Way' and 'Fun Home' Take New York Drama Critics Awards

    4:10 pm 5/5/2014

    Special citations went to the Shakespeare's Globe double of "Twelfth Night" and "Richard III," and to playwright-director Richard Nelson's four-part cycle, "The Apple Family Plays."Read more

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  6. Crackle Orders Bryan Cranston, Jeremy Renner and Dan Patrick Projects

    10:51 am 4/30/2014

    Sony's digital network has renewed "Chosen," "Cleaners," will also debut the Jesse Bradford-Summer Glau thriller "Sequestered."Read more

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  7. Tony Awards Nominations: The Complete List

    5:34 am 4/29/2014

    UPDATED: Musicals "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder" and "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," and plays "The Glass Menagerie" and "Twelfth Night" earned the most nominations.Read more

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  8. Tony Awards: 'Gentleman's Guide,' 'Hedwig' Dominate 2014 Nominations

    5:08 am 4/29/2014

    Neil Patrick Harris, Idina Menzel, Audra McDonald, Chris O'Dowd, Sutton Foster and Woody Allen are among the contenders for Broadway's top honors in a wide-open season, with Mark Rylance landing a double nod.Read more

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