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  • TV Picks: 'True Detective,' 'Review,' 'Hudson Valley Ballers'

    TV Picks: 'True Detective,' 'Review,' 'Hudson Valley Ballers'
    "True Detective" (HBO, Sundays). The self-contained first season of this anthology show, created and written by novelist Nic Pizzolatto and directed entirely by Cary Joji Fukunaga ("Sin Nombre"), moves into its final quarter. The double act of Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey as philosophically mismatched Louisiana state homicide detectives, heretofore running on parallel tracks of flashback, is moving into the present tense, and the tense present, as a case long closed creaks back open.
  • Seth Grahame-Smith wants to resurrect ‘Beetlejuice,’ ‘It’

     
    Two months ago, Seth Grahame-Smith looked like he would be the breakout star of a crowded summer movie season. The ...

    Inside AMC's Emmy campaign box: 'Mad Men,' 'Breaking Bad' and 'The Prisoner'

     
    "Mad Men" not only made Emmy history by becoming the first basic-cable TV show to win a best-series award in 2008, but it also repeated the triumph in 2009. For the last two years, AMC also pulled off surprising consecutive wins in the race for best...

    Everybody loses: Gotham Awards vs. Indie Spirits ('Hurt Locker' vs. 'Precious')

     
    Just as we expected, Independent Spirit Awards lavished nominations upon "Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire" today, thereby addressing the film's ridiculous snub by the other, rival prize for independent films, the Gotham Awards, which...

    It's nervous-making time at Sundance

    It's nervous-making time at Sundance
    Veteran Los Angeles film producer Leslie Urdang stands among the most fortunate independent filmmakers. One of 1,026 submissions, Urdang's low-budget "Adam," an uplifting love story featuring a man with Asperger's syndrome, was announced Wednesday as part...