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  1. 'Secret in Their Eyes': Film Review

    6:00 am 11/19/2015

    Chiwetel Ejiofor, Nicole Kidman and Julia Roberts topline Billy Ray’s adaptation of an Oscar-winning Argentine thriller.Read more

  2. Julia Roberts Talks 'Secret in Their Eyes' at L.A. Premiere

    9:16 am 11/12/2015

    The thriller, written and directed by Billy Ray, hits theaters on Nov. 20.Read more

  3. 'Remember' Trailer

    10:59 am 9/11/2015

    The first official trailer for 'Remember,' starring Christopher Plummer, Dean Norris and Martin Landau.Read more

  4. We Made Dean Norris Pick His Favorite 'Breaking Bad' Moment of All Time

    12:00 pm 6/25/2015

    Plus: You never know where you might hear the 'Under the Dome' star break out into a Led Zeppelin song.Read more

  5. 'Breaking Bad': 10 Bone-Chilling Quotes to Get You in the Halloween Spirit

    2:43 pm 10/29/2014

    "I am the danger," "Tread lightly" and "Say my name" are only a few of the menacing lines Bryan Cranston and his co-stars delivered during the hit show's five seasonsRead more

  6. 'Men, Women & Children': What the Critics Are Saying

    5:00 am 10/1/2014

    Jennifer Garner, Dean Norris, Judy Greer, Ansel Elgort, Adam Sandler, Emma Thompson, Timothee Chalamet, Olivia Crocicchia and Kaitlyn Dever stars in Jason Reitman's dramaRead more

  7. Jennifer Garner Is Way Too Paranoid of Social Media in 'Men, Women & Children' Trailer

    6:00 am 9/18/2014

    "Don't allow guilt to prevent you from doing what's right"Read more

  8. Adam Sandler and Jennifer Garner Seek Text Connections in 'Men, Women & Children' Teaser

    5:54 am 8/19/2014

    Discover how little you know about the people you knowRead more

  9. Dean Norris Among Stars in History's Miniseries 'Sons of Liberty'

    10:00 am 6/4/2014

    Hans Zimmer will create the title theme for the new six-hour mini.Read more

  10. 'Under the Dome's' Success Secret: CBS Execs 'Were Able to Make Big, Ballsy Decisions'

    2:39 pm 12/17/2013

    Entertainment chief Nina Tassler and TV president David Stapf broke out the pricey, high-profile Stephen King miniseries during the summer slump -- and inked a groundbreaking deal with Amazon for a reported $700,000 per episode that made the show instantly profitable.Read more

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