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Lena Dunham, Other Stars React To Shia LaBeouf's Broadway Meltdown

June 27th, 2014 8:40pm EDT
Lena Dunham, Other Stars React To Shia LaBeouf's Broadway Meltdo
Shia LaBeouf's arrest in New York City on Thursday night has prompted several stars to comment on the incident, including "Girls" creator Lena Dunham.

LaBeouf made headlines after he acted beligerently during a production of "Cabaret." He reportedly smoked during the performance and was arrested for disorderly conduct and criminal trespass.

Labeouf yelled obscenities at the cops while they were arresting him and allegedly spitted on an officer, leading them to put a muzzle on him, according to the New York Post.

The actor also argued with a homeless man hours before he attended the perfo...
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'The Walking Dead' Recap: 'Triggerfinger'

February 22nd, 2012 10:15am EST
The Walking Dead
In this episode, new drama ensues when Dave & Tony's friends come looking for them; Rick learns about the threat Shane truly represents.

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Lori awakens in her overturned car as a walker tries to pry his way into a hole in the windshield.

At the bar, Rick and Glenn scavenge weapons and ammunition from the bodies of Dave and Tony when they suddenly see headlights. The two of them and Hershel duck for cover and hear the voices of three men approaching the bar, calling for Dave and Tony.

Lori struggles with the walker, finally wrenching her wiper controls free and stabbing them into its ...
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'The Walking Dead' Recap: 'Pretty Much Dead Already' (Mid-Season Finale)

February 15th, 2012 9:13am EST
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In the mid-season finale, secrets come tumbling out about Hershel's farm and its inhabitants.

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At Hershel's farm, the group somberly makes breakfast as Maggie looks on from the farmhouse porch. Glen announces abruptly that the barn is full of walkers. The group heads for the barn, peeking inside to verify Glen's story. Shane heatedly confronts Rick about dealing with the situation or leaving, but Rick is reluctant since Sophia hasn't been found. Shane insists that Sophia is long gone. Rick begs for the opportunity to discuss with Hershel. Dale reveals that he already knew about the wal...
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'The Walking Dead' Recap 2x06 'Secrets' Is Filled With Secrets, Secrets And Even More Secrets

November 21st, 2011 9:17am EST
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Last time on The Walking Dead: Andrea shot Daryl because she’s a hot-headed moron and Glenn discovered a horde of Walkers in the barn. Also Lori is pregnant.

Carl and Lori feed some chickens. Patricia feeds some chickens to the horde of Walkers. What is going on over here?

Glenn tries to get Maggie to tell him why Hershel is keeping the Walkers, but she just tells him to keep a secret. Dear, sweet Glenn is a horrible liar. I predict he’ll tell Dale within 30 minutes.

Andrea apologizes for shooting Daryl. Daryl is a much nicer person than I am and forgives her... on the condition ...
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'The Walking Dead' Recap 2x05: 'Chupacabra' Drags On, Ends With A Bang

November 14th, 2011 9:27am EST
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We open with a flashback. Before Rick woke up from his coma, when Shane and Lori and Carl were on the run from the Walkers, a crowd of people waits on the freeway. Carol offers to share some food with Carl and Lori. Carol’s jerk of an abusive husband (whose name I’ve forgotten because he’s such an abusive jerk) intimidates Carol into keeping the food. Shane and Lori venture up the road to investigate. Carl and Sophia start to make friends. Helicopters fly over the highway. The ‘copters are dropping bombs on Atlanta--Lori fears for Rick’s life.

Real time: Lori wakes up, prepares for...
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'The Walking Dead' Recap: 2x04 'Cherokee Rose' Gives Audiences A Lot To Consider

November 8th, 2011 9:16am EST
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When we last left our plucky zombie fighters, Shane used a not-quite-innocent-but-probably-still-nice man to save Carl's life. Sophia is still missing, but Rick and his crew have found refuge with Hershel Greene and his family at their farm.

The gang rides up to the Greene Farm. Carl wakes up. He’s alive! He asks after Sophia, so naturally Rick lies through his teeth and tells Carl she’s fine. They bury Otis (also known as the idiot who shot Carl). Shane feels ridiculously guilty that he basically killed Otis. Otis’ wife asks Shane to say a few words. Shane doesn’t want to... but...
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'The Walking Dead' Recap: 2x03 - 'Save The Last One' Supplies Touching Monologues, Very Little Action

October 31st, 2011 9:35am EDT
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Shane and The Idiot (I’ve already forgotten his name), run from the Walkers in the high school. In a voice over, Rick tells Lori about the time Shane stole the principal’s car while they were in school, drove it three miles away and ran back in time to finish his lunch. Rick tells Lori that Carl will be all right--that Shane will make it back in time. In the RV, Daryl patrols for Sophia. Andrea joins him.

Shane and the idiot are cornered on the top of the bleachers in the gym. The Idiot selflessly offers to get off the bleachers and give Shane cover while Shane escapes through a wi...
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'The Walking Dead' Recap: 2x02 - 'Bloodletting' Raises The Stakes, Keeps Us On The Edge

October 24th, 2011 9:09am EDT
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Last week we left our gang of plucky zombie killers in a bad place. Sophia is missing and Carl was shot. We pick them up this week with a flashback. Lori is outside a school. She talks with a friend about a fight she had with Rick. She blames herself for the argument. Lori isn’t 100% sure that she loves Rick. A sheriff car screeches to a halt in front of her. It’s Shane. He looks really, really sad. Lori knows why he’s there. She asks if Rick is alive and Shane tells her he’s in surgery. Shane tells Lori that it was his fault, but Lori dismisses this. Carl exits the school. Lori...
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AMC's Darabont Free Season 2 Premiere Emotionally Empty - My Goodbye To "The Walking Dead"

October 17th, 2011 8:10pm EDT
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I must admit the only reason I got into "The Walking Dead" in the first place was the creative team of filmmaker Frank Darabont and KNB effects maestro Greg Nicotero. (Sorry AMC – you’re not that great on your own!) Being a movie guy all the way who doesn’t watch much TV, I was interested to see if the dynamic duo could convert a cinema lover like me to the boob tube week after week. The pilot episode was some of the best TV I’ve ever seen, not to mention pure Darabont, with zombie fun but also a distinctively dramatic and emotional through line you can only get with a director of that c...
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'The Walking Dead' Recap: 2x01 - 'What Lies Ahead'? Misery, Violence and Zombies, Of Course!

October 17th, 2011 9:04am EDT
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The season two premiere of 'The Walking Dead' opens with Rick talking to Morgan on the walkie. He brings him up to speed on what they learned at the CDC. The group is moving on to Fort Benning, which is 125 miles away. The gang packs up and drives away. Daryl rides a super sweet motorcycle with high handlebars. In the truck, Lori talks about the time they went to the Grand Canyon, but Carl got sick in Fort Worth and they turned back. Carl asks to go again sometime.

In the RV, Shane teaches Andrea how to use the gun her father gave her and Amy before they left on their road trip. The grou...
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The Message From 'The Walking Dead' Premiere - 'Expect More Of Everything With Heightened Suspense'

October 5th, 2011 1:00pm EDT
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"The Walking Dead" red carpet premiere was filled with juicy tidbits about the season to come, as well as insights into the characters we grew to love. I had the honor of interviewing many of the cast and crew of AMC's hit show (season two premieres Sunday October 16, 9/8 central).

Perhaps the most exciting new development in season two is that the gang, having left Atlanta, will take shelter with Hershel Greene and his family on their farm. The Greenes are also characters in the comic books, so fans of the original series will recognize some familiar faces. The new family means new dynami...
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31 Days Of Horror: 'The Walking Dead' (2010)

October 22nd, 2010 10:12am EDT
Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes, future maniac
When it was announced that Frank Darabont would be heading up an adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s universally acclaimed comic book series The Walking Dead for AMC, it automatically set the bar unbelievably high. Kirkman’s comic is a lone light of quality in the overexposed zombie genre—bleak and emotionally intense. Darabont directed The Shawshank Redemption, the movie that everyone’s mother just loves, but also won some cult clout with his morbid adaptation of Stephen King’s The Mist. And of course, AMC is the reigning king of the mountain for prime-time drama (and movies you’ve seen a milli...
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Charlie Murphy Stars In The Comedy 'Bar Starz,' Opening March 7

February 1st, 2008 9:37am EST
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Finally, a film has arrived to shine light on those whom frequent their local hot spots and hang outs, though as any drunken night of debauchery goes, you might just not like what you see when the lights come on!

Emancipating himself from his crazy girlfriend, Barry Shlotzak is in need of a new start, new challenges, and a new life. He's about to find it when his best friend, Douglas, convinces him to enter a contest, with the Grand Prize being an internship with the local Bar Starz. Everyone knows the "Bars Starz," they are the guys who set the trends, get the girls, and personify co...
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Elijah Wood Stars In The Political Story 'Day Zero,' About Reinstating A Military Draft

December 23rd, 2007 10:00am EST
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Day Zero stars Elijah Wood, Jon Bernthal, Chris Klein, and Ginnifer Goodwin. Day Zero is a timely political and personal story of three young men as the military draft is reinstated.

Three best friends, George (Chris Klein) a successful lawyer, Dixon (Jon Bernthal) a tough-as-nails cab driver, and Feller (Elijah Wood) a writer with a host of insecurities, are drafted and given 30 days to report for duty. In that time they're forced to confront everything they believe about courage, duty, love, friendship and honor.

New York, New York. The U.S. military draft is back. You have t...
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