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  • Nebraska is the center of Alexander Payne's universe

     Nebraska is the center of Alexander Payne's universe
    Alexander Payne is a born director. Not just thanks to his six feature film credits (including "Election," "About Schmidt" and the current Oscar nominee "Nebraska") but because even in a brief meeting he finds ways to assert control — over old misquotes, article angles and declining to put certain topics on the record that are off-message. He's probably smarter than you are and speaks with a thoughtful eloquence that doesn't quite hide that he knows it.
  • Anne Heche reportedly signed to 'Michael J. Fox Show'

    Anne Heche reportedly signed to 'Michael J. Fox Show'
    NBC's highly anticipated "Michael J. Fox Show," which premieres Sept. 26, has reportedly signed Anne Heche to play the recurring role of Fox's rival news anchor, Susan Rodriguez-Jones. The new series features Fox as Mike Henry, a New York City TV anchor...

    Meet Stephen Amell: The ambitious 'Hung' upstart

    Stephen Amell is Thomas Jane's well-endowed competing gigolo on "Hung," but the Ministry takes a deeper look at the actor's start, his comfort with his uber-sexual character and his history of playing bad guys. Meet Stephen Amell of "Hung," who will...

    HBO renews 'Enlightened,' cancels 'Hung' and two other comedies

    HBO renews "Enlightened," but "Hung," "Bored to Death" and "How to Make It In America" won't be returning.

    There's a weird Emmy outbreak of category switcheroos

    There's a curious trend in category placement at the Emmys this year. Lots of female stars who were formerly competing in the supporting slot have promoted themselves — wisely or foolishly — to lead. Lots of the moves, let's just say, aren't wise...