Larry David is returning to television, not as himself, but as a former marketing exec in Clear History. The Curb Your Enthusiasm creator and star plays Nathan, who sells his shares at a company after a fight with his boss (Jon Hamm) just before the business starts raking in billions. The film is helmed by Superbad director Greg Mottola.
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The film, directed by "Superbad" helmer Greg Mottola, revolves around a marketing executive who quits his job.
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Having appeared in such projects as the HBO series "Bored to Death" and the Noah Baumbach films "Margot at the Wedding" and "The Squid and the Whale," actress Halley Feiffer is way more famous than a lot of people. That just doesn't necessarily translate to Twitter. "I really don't have that many Twitter followers, which I'm really sad about," Feiffer, 28, joked during a...
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HBO Defined and HBO Hits are part of a pact between the broadcaster and the leading Indian film entity that was announced in December.
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The famously socially awkward HBO star will squire 17-year-old Romy to the Paris event on Nov. 30.
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'Life Is But a Dream' will air on HBO Feb. 16.
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At the beginning of David Mamet’s film “Phil Spector” (premiering on HBO Sunday night), some boilerplate text cautions viewers against watching it too literally. That means you’re supposed to put away the smartphone and stop with the Wikipedia fact-checks you usually perform while watching anything based on a true story. Read full article >>
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A film poet and provocateur probably more famous for his bombed-out appearances on David Letterman, Harmony Korine made a name for himself in 1995 with "Kids," Larry Clark's brutally unsentimental film about the teenage sex drive from a screenplay Korine had written when he was 18.
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"The Normal Heart" has added Jonathan Groff and Joe Mantello to its cast, according to Deadline. The actors join Julia Roberts, Mark Ruffalo, Matt Bomer, Jim Parsons and Taylor Kitsch in Ryan Murphy's adaptation of the Tony award-winning play. Mantello will appear as Mickey Marcus, "an instrumental member of the Gay Men’s Health Crisis," while Groff will play the closeted...
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