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The Walking Dead: Is there too much going on?

  How much is too much? Based on common sense and experience, it's not unreasonable to believe we have a pretty good grasp of what "too much" means. Between you, me and ...
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Dan Fogelman talks movies, art, audience expectations and ‘Danny Collins’

I recently had a chance to speak to Dan Fogelman, the writer and director of the new film Danny Collins, which stars Al Pacino, Bobby Cannavale, Christopher Plummer, Annette Bening, and Jennifer Garner. We spoke ...
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Head on up Schitt’s Creek, no paddle required

What's an upstart network -- or a rebranded version of an old network -- to do to attract new viewers to the channel? With hundreds of options out there, what's ...
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The Flintstones meet the WWE in a Stone Age Smackdown

Not too long ago, Warner Brothers Animation teamed up the classic Scooby-Doo characters with animated versions of WWE stars in Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery. The pairing must have been successful as ...
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Cinderella weaves its magic and brings a fairy tale to life

Unless you've lived under a rock or have lived a very sheltered life, you probably know that Walt Disney became the king of animated films when he first released Snow ...
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Revisit a TV classic with I Love Lucy Live On Stage

Step back in time to 1950-something, to the beginning of the Golden Age of Television, step into the theater which is now a TV studio, specifically Desilu Studios and enjoy ...
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Newsies is high-kicking, toe-tapping, pure entertainment

Now this is a Broadway musical in every sense of the word. And who would have ever thought that Disney’s flop musical movie from 1992 — starring an 18-year-old Christian ...
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Sister Act will take you to musical heaven

Way back in 1992, Whoopi Goldberg and Disney’s Touchstone Pictures had a huge comedy hit on their hands with Sister Act, the story of a Vegas lounge singer with big ...
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War Horse storms the stage

For as long as I can remember, I have loved the movies. Movie magic has the power to deliver practically anything one can imagine, but as we have come to ...
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Irving Berlin’s White Christmas is merry and bright

If you’ve been alive for the past 71 years, then you are certainly more than familiar with Irving Berlin’s most popular song, “White Christmas.” You may even be familiar with ...
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Green Day’s American Idiot rocks and rolls across the country

In 1940, Woody Guthrie released what is considered to be one of the first, if not the first, concept album, a collection of songs that has a narrative beginning, middle ...
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