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  1. Creative Arts Emmys: HBO Dominates as 'Game of Thrones' Wins Big

    8:43 pm 9/12/2015

    The network took home a total of 29 trophies Saturday night, with Bradley Whitford, Joan Cusack, Margo Martindale and Reg E. Cathey also triumphing. Read more

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  2. 'The End of the Tour': Sundance Review

    10:22 pm 1/23/2015

    Jason Segel plays tragic genius David Foster Wallace and Jesse Eisenberg the Rolling Stone reporter whose aborted profile of him became a highly personal eulogy.Read more

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  3. Wes Bentley, Joan Cusack and More Join Kristen Wiig in 'Welcome to Me'

    6:11 pm 7/29/2013

    James Marsden and Alan Tudyk will also co-star in the dramatic comedy. Read more

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  4. Emmys: From Matt Damon to Justin Timberlake, Inside the Wacky Race for Guest Star Gold

    8:00 am 6/18/2013

    Oscar winners are pitted against pop stars in the strangest (and most entertaining) competition of the season.Read more

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  5. John Cusack, Michael Barker, Todd McCarthy Attend Roger Ebert's Memorial Service

    11:08 pm 4/11/2013

    Updated: "Roger Ebert is probably the most influential film critic in the world," Barker said at the Chicago event. "He was a poet of the people." Read more

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  6. Cameron Monaghan Praises His Lone 'Shameless' Emmy Hope, Joan Cusack (Video)

    10:52 am 8/17/2012

    THR continues its political commercial-style clips featuring co-stars past and present "stumping" for nominees.Read more

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  7. Cameron Monaghan Campaigns for Joan Cusack

    10:46 am 8/15/2012

    Cameron Monaghan campaigns for an Emmy for 'Shameless' co-star Joan Cusack.Read more

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  8. Emmys: When Guest Stars Become Problematic

    8:13 am 6/17/2011

    THR's Tim Appelo writes that the category has morphed the nonsensical parade in which one-offs and repeaters march for the same prizes.Read more

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  9. Hoodwinked Too! Hood Vs. Evil: Movie Review

    5:07 pm 4/26/2011

    The animated sequel boasts an all-star voice cast that includes Hayden Panettiere, Glenn Close, Joan Cusack, Bill Hader, Amy Poehler, Andy Dick, Brad Garrett, Martin Short, Patrick Warburton, Cheech Marin, Tommy Chong and Wayne Newton.Read more

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