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The most fun part about DC Animated features tends to be the voice acting. This is where fans complain over casting director Andrea Romano's choices.
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The new brings us multiple goodies on the Godzilla front. First up, we've got a new Japanese trailer and then we have another very cool poster for the film.
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While at the Tribeca Film Festival this week, Bryan Cranston spoke a bit about his time on "Breaking Bad" and revealed the scene that grossed him out the most.
Aaron Sorkin made headlines this week for asking " The Newsroom " fans to "start over" ahead of the final season; he also gave his take on whether Netflix -born "binge-watching" is changing the way traditional TV writers work.
The Savage Animal 4.23.14 First Impression of St. Vincent Posted by Mikey MiGo on 04.23.2014 What happens with one dude with ears takes in the music of a critically acclaimed artist? In the 393rd edition of The Savage Animal Mike listens to the five studio albums of St. Vincent and more! A few years ago you'd hear douche bag hipster types interrupt ... (more)
The three characters from "The Sopranos," "Boardwalk Empire," and "Breaking Bad" respectively have committed despicable crimes and murders, yet we absolutely love watching them on television.
If you're a fan of "Fargo," you will love "Fargo." And if you never saw the film, you will still love "Fargo."
Actor Bryan Cranston revisited one of the most shocking Breaking Bad deaths on Tuesday during a discussion about TV psychopaths at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City.
Comedian and writer Carol Leifer has something serious to say in her new book, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Crying.
Sony Pictures has some "bad" news for your early summer: the studio plans to relieve you of some cash.
The complexity of the writing puts it a cut above other dramas. It never talks down to the viewer and I think Walter White's moral corrosion his transformation from mild-mannered chemistry teacher to menacing drug lord is one of the best and most believable character arcs I've ever seen.
This past season of Suits seems to have joined in on cable TV's trend of catering to the dwindling attention spans of viewers.
'Small Time,' with Christopher Meloni, Dean Norris, Devon Bostick, Bridget Moynahan, Xander Berkeley.
'It is a wonderful time to be working in television,'' says writer Vince Gilligan, as our audience with the man behind arguably the most critically acclaimed drama of our time - Breaking Bad - begins.