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First Look At Aaron Paul In Hulu's 'The Path'

12/31/2015 11:17am EST
Photos: Get Your First Look At Aaron Paul In Hulu's 'The Path'
Hulu has released the first photos of its upcoming original series The Path, starring Aaron Paul in his first series regular role since Breaking Bad. Paul plays Eddie Lane, who married into the family at the center of a controversial cult known as Meyerism. As the family struggles with relationships, faith and power, each episode takes an in-depth look at the gravitational pull of belief and what it means to choose between the life we live and the life we want.

Also starring are Michelle Monaghan (True Detective) as Eddie's wife Sarah, Hugh Dancy (Hannibal) as charismatic cult leader Cal R...
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Blu-ray Review: 'Hannibal - Season 3' - Worth The Money?

12/1/2015 11:00am EST
Blu-ray Review: 'Hannibal - Season 3'
Ready to visit the demonic doctor for one final season? Then follow us as we check out the new to Blu-ray "Hannibal – Season 3" out Dec. 8 from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. We see if the final farewell does indeed fare well below!

Title: "Hannibal – Season 3"

Grade: 1

Cast: Mads Mikkelsen, Hugh Dancy, Laurence Fishburne

Director: Various

Rating: Not Rated

Runtime: 560 minutes

Release Company: Lionsgate Home Entertainment

Website: www.lionsgateshop.com

Overall: Sadly this last season of the "Hannibal" TV show goes exactly the way I feared when the show first began – astray....
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Should ‘Hannibal’s’ Third Season Have Followed The Books So Closely?

8/30/2015 10:06pm EDT
Hannibal TV Series
That’s it, folks. Hannibal’s over. It’s been a good run (phenomenal, really) and there are roughly 800,000 questions I’ve got after witnessing “The Wrath of the Lamb’s” final blood orgy of a cliffhanger (a literal cliffhanger, no less). But here’s the question that I think is most pressing:

Should Hannibal have clung so closely to Thomas Harris's novels this season?

This year’s been quite the departure from Hannibal season past. Those first two years started with the obvious broad strokes Thomas Harris provided (characters, settings, etc) and built their very own framework. The more exact...
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‘Hannibal’ Recap: ‘The Number Of The Beast’ Is Total Nightmare Fuel

8/23/2015 10:55pm EDT
Hannibal TV Series
Hannibal’s always maintained a very delicate balance. One chunk of the show maintains that snail-slow art film vibe where characters spout mystical-sounding metaphors at each other. And then the other chunk produces some of the nastiest, most stomach-churning gore on TV.

“The Number of the Beast is 666…” last night’s second-to-last (sob) episode of Hannibal, felt like one of the first times the show really whiffed on that balance. This hour felt slow, right? Like, ponderously, upsettingly slow? At least until the last fifteen minutes or so, when the Red Dragon started rippin' lips and turn...
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‘Hannibal’ Recap: Love, 'Hannibal' Style

8/16/2015 10:21pm EDT
Hannibal TV Series
You know what I could use a little more of in Hannibal? Hannibal. I love this show as much as the next rabid fan who hung on through appalling ratings and a switch to Saturday night, but the "Red Dragon" storyline, so far, has been very light on the actual Dr. Lecter.

Which kind of makes sense. Hannibal’s in custody throughout the entire “Red Dragon” story, and Will and Hannibal aren’t on great terms right now (especially after the whole whoops! Kinda sent Dolarhyde to murder your whole family thing), so Hannibal has so very little impact on the story.

I expect this is why we’ve seen so m...
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'Hannibal' Recap: A Serial Killer Falls In Love

8/9/2015 6:49am EDT
Hannibal TV Series
Shame on you, Hannibal. Shame on you for actually making me feel something like empathy for the Red Dragon. This guy shoots families in the head, and prances around doing nude Tai Chi, a la the bad guy in Die Hard 2.

And yet "...and the Woman Clothed in the Sun" actually made me feel for the guy. His relationship with Reba (I'm not sure if Hannibal's ever actually given us her name, but rest assured, it's Reba) is progressing and it's almost likable. In a weird, serial killer way.

Dolarhyde takes Reba to the zoo to pet a tiger. The entire sequence was this beautiful mixture of touching an...
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'Hannibal' Recap: The Red Dragon Is... A Real Dragon?

8/2/2015 6:53am EDT
Hannibal TV Series
Holy crap. Hannibal is on a roll- last week's "premiere" of the Red Dragon storyline was top-notch, and our second our, "And the Woman Clothed with the Sun…" (so long, food-based episode titles) hasn't lost a speck of momentum.

This whole "cop show" thing really gels with Hannibal, as much as I enjoy formless modern art European vacation TV.

This week: Will and Hannibal coalesce, Dolarhyde makes a friend, Abigail does serial killer prep work in flashback. Not much, as far as story goes (only two episodes into the Red Dragon stuff, Hannibal can afford to stop and savor things). But two mom...
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'Hannibal' Recap: Hannibal Behind Bars

7/26/2015 7:06am EDT
Hannibal TV Series
Ahh, another Saturday Hannibal. It's a little awkward to upend your Saturday night plans to watch serial killers carve innocent families to pieces, but if NBC's exiling everyone's favorite killer to the doldrums, to the doldrums we shall follow.

And so much has changed since last Saturday. "The Great Red Dragon" continues after a three year time jump. Will is happily married and has a stepson. We don't see much of them together, but he genuinely seems like a standup, normal dad.

I'm guessing that'll change now that Will's done his lightbulb-swinging-in-front-of-the-camera "this is my desi...
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Last Night's 'Hannibal' Was The Freakiest. Thing. Ever.

7/19/2015 6:42am EDT
Hannibal TV Series
"Digestivo"- an alcoholic drink served at the end of a formal, multi-course Italian dinner. Sometimes it's grappa (brandy made from grapes), sometimes it's limoncello (lemon liquor). Typically, the digestivo is meant to help digest (well, duh) the massive pile of food you just consumed.

Oh, and in case you didn't get the memo (thanks for the short notice, NBC), Hannibal airs on Saturday night from now on, and for the rest of the season. Saturday night is where TV shows are dumped and left to die. And Hannibal will almost certainly not get that season four, but now there's a movie in the ca...
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'Hannibal': 'Dolce's' Last Ten Minutes Are Absolutely Insane

7/10/2015 7:10am EDT
'Hannibal' Recap: Did Hannibal Just Eat A Main Character's Brain
"Dolce"- it means sweet, literally, but in a more appropriate context it's also "dessert."

Yep, it's already dessert time on Hannibal. Because, in case you didn't realize, our Italian dinner is only going to take up half the season. Season Three is really two movie/book adaptations in two parts- episodes one through seven are Hannibal the 2001 film (which we'll put a cap on next week with "Digestivo"), and the last six hours are a take on Red Dragon.

That our Italian dinner party is ending is signified two ways. One, by actually transporting all our protagonists out of old Italia. And two...
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'Hannibal': Which Major Character Did Hannibal Kill This Week?

7/3/2015 6:31am EDT
Hannibal TV Series
"Contorno": A side dish, typically some kind of vegetable and typically served alongside the secondo (that is, the meat dish). Can be served hot or cold, raw or cooked, but never on the same plate as the meat.

Odd choice of title, isn't it? In much the same way that "Secondo" the episode didn't quite feel like the TV equivalent of hearty steak, "Contorno" is rich and filling and, appropriately, rare to the point of bloody. So much more than a little dish of broccolini, don't you think?

Ok, I'll put the food metaphors away for a while. But seriously- what a knockout hour of TV. Hannibal's ...
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'Hannibal' Kills Off One Character, Resurrects A Few More

6/26/2015 8:56am EDT
'Hannibal' Recap: Three Mutilations And A Funeral
"Aperitivo": A pre-dinner drink (and sometimes a pre-dinner snack, too- something small like olives or a nibble of cheese) meant to open up your appetite and get you hungry for dinner.

Yes, it's hard to dwell on prosecco and munchies when Hannibal has just been cancelled by NBC, but no worries. Bryan Fuller and his team are already hard at work securing a new home for everyone's favorite consumer of human flesh. Besides, worrying won't get us anywhere- not when there's Hannibal to discuss!

So let's discuss.

"Aperitivo" is very much an aperitif for our season-long Italian meal. It's an en...
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'Hannibal' Recap: Hannibal Gets A Very Vague Origin Story

6/19/2015 8:04am EDT
Hannibal TV Series
"Secondo": the main course. Either meat or fish (or plenty of both), and typically the heaviest part of any multi-course Italian meal.

Curious, isn't it? We're only three episodes into Hannibal's third season, yet we've already hit the main course. At least as far as the episode-title menu is concerned. You'd think, then, that "Secondo" would be a particularly critical outing for Hannibal (or have a certain meatiness, at least).

Not really. "Secondo" is the same measured, dreamy Hannibal we've seen all season. Not that that's a bad thing, of course.

And "Secondo" does build on a certain ...
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'Hannibal' Gets Bloody... And A Little Romantic

6/12/2015 9:50am EDT
Hannibal TV Series
"Primavera": pasta in a light sauce of garlic, oil and parmesan cheese (plus cream, on occasion), cooked with plenty of fresh green vegetables.

But "Primavera" also means "spring" in Italian. And it's a painting by Botticelli, which Hannibal once used as the inspiration for a human corpse tableau. Of course, "Primavera" is also the title of our second "Hannibal" of the season.

A Primavera can be many things. Just like Will Graham can be just as many. "Everything that can happen, happens," he muses in his hospital bed (part profound wisdom, part medication high, no doubt). Meaning, there a...
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Top Ten Secret Celebrity Weddings

1/2/2015 6:27pm EST
Top 10 Secret Celebrity Weddings
Several stars entered 2015 as newlyweds, including Joseph Gordon-Levitt who secretly tied the knot with his girlfriend Tasha McCauley in December. The couple exchanged vows at their home on Dec. 20 after dating since 2013.

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis may have also wed in secret. The "Two And A Half Men" star posted a message on Facebook suggesting he and his former "That 70s Show" co-star are not only new parents, but newlyweds as well. "Happy New Year (love) The Kutchers," said the message written in sand.

Several celebrities have decided to keep their nuptials private. The question is...
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Claire Danes And Hugh Dancy Celebrate Birth Of First Child

12/19/2012 8:51pm EST
Claire Danes and Hugh Dancy
Claire Danes and Hugh Dancy have received an extra special gift in the lead up to Christmas - they have welcomed their first child.

The Homeland star gave birth to a son, named Cyrus Michael Christopher Dancy, on Monday.

It's been a stellar year for the actress; she was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award and a Golden Globe for her performance on the hit U.S. show last week.

Danes and British actor Dancy married in France in 2009.
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Claire Danes Is Pregnant

7/4/2012 7:26pm EDT
Claire Danes & Hugh Dancy
Claire Danes and her husband Hugh Dancy have an extra special reason to celebrate Independence Day - they are expecting their first baby.

Danes' rep revealed the news to People.com. The actress in the past admitted she was interested in having children, saying, "There's definitely a chance (of getting pregnant), (but there are) no plans yet. But yeah, that'd be fun."

Danes, 33, wed the British star Dancy, 37, in France in 2009.

The actress stars in the Showtime drama "Homeland." The show won "Best Drama" at the Critics Choice Television Awards. Danes was crowned "Best Actress." There'...
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Trailer Talk: This Week In Movies - 'Battleship,' 'The Dictator,' & More

5/14/2012 1:00pm EDT
Trailer Talk: This Week in Movies
Last week’s Tim Burton/Johnny Depp collaboration “Dark Shadows” turned out to be rather disappointing. The film starts out strong, but loses steam as it progresses. It has plenty of Burton’s trademark grim style with musical accompaniment by Danny Elfman, and some decent humor. However the villain is very one-dimensional, the climax is weak, and in many ways the film feels like a watered-down version of other classic Burton works like “Beetlejuice” and “Edward Scissorhands.” My Grade: C+

At the box office this week, you’ll find the science fiction action flick “Battleship,” the ensemble pr...
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Claire Danes' Husband Skipped Golden Globes For Bachelor Party

1/18/2012 12:25pm EST
Claire Danes
Hugh Dancy missed out on celebrating wife Claire Danes' Golden Globes glory on Sunday night because he was hosting his brother's bachelor bash in London.

The star picked up the Best Actress in a Dramatic TV Series prize for her turn in "Homeland," but she was left to party with pals as Dancy was unable to make the Los Angeles awards ceremony due to his family commitment.

She tells E! News, "My husband has just been hosting his brother's bachelor weekend in London. He'll tune in tomorrow. We left a message (to tell him I won)."
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Check Out 'Our Idiot Brother' On DVD & Blu-ray Nov. 29

11/24/2011 7:00am EST
Our Idiot Brother
Scruffy idealist Ned (Paul Rudd) wreaks havoc on the lives of his mother (Shirley Knight) and three sisters, Miranda (Elizabeth Banks), Natalie (Zooey Deschanel), and Liz (Emily Mortimer), while overstaying his welcome in each of their homes and voicing his opinions when they aren't wanted in "Our Idiot Brother."

Organic farmer Ned always looks for the best in everyone, but his unfailing honesty continually lands him in hot water. Arrested for selling drugs to a uniformed police officer, Ned gets the boot from his girlfriend, and mourns losing custody of his beloved dog, Willie Nels...
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Two Jews' Review 'Our Idiot Brother' And Only One Gets The Joke (Video)

8/25/2011 6:00pm EDT
'Our Idiot Brother'
'Two Jews On Film' By Joan Alperin-Schwartz: Paul Rudd is Ned Rochlin, an organic farmer, who sees the good in everyone. So when a policeman comes up to him at a local Farmers Market and begs Ned to sell him some weed, he's only too happy to oblige. After all, Ned felt sorry for the cop, who said he was suffering from job-related stress. Now what does Ned get for this act of compassion? He gets busted and sent to prison, of course. After all, this is a comedy...

After a few months in jail, Ned is released for good behavior. When Ned returns home to his farm, where he lived with hi...
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Lea Michele To Debut New 'Oz' Songs At Comic-Con

7/21/2011 4:21pm EDT
Lea Michele
Glee star Lea Michele will debut songs she has recorded for 2012 animated movie Dorothy Of Oz at Comic-Con in San Diego, California this weekend.

Bryan Adams has written songs for the film's soundtrack and they will be unveiled at the world's biggest comic book convention.

Michele will play Dorothy in the film, which also features Hugh Dancy, Patrick Stewart, Martin Short and Adams.

Jim Belushi, Dan Aykroyd and Kelsey Grammer will voice the Cowardly Lion, Scarecrow and Tin Man in the Wizard of Oz spin-off.
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Has Carey Mulligan Already Moved On From Shia LaBeouf?

10/27/2010 11:13pm EDT
Carey Mulligan
Carey Mulligan appears to have moved on after her split from Shia LaBeouf - she and "Pirate Radio" star Tom Sturridge have become Hollywood's latest 'it' couple.

The actress turned to the bearded actor after finding herself alone and loveless in Los Angeles - and an old friendship has turned into a hot new all-Brit romance.

'TomCare' were spotted out shopping in West Hollywood on Tuesday - the latest in a series of sightings around town.

Carey and Sturridge arrived together at the Hollywood Awards Gala on Monday, and he has reportedly been staying with her at the Best Western hotel, whil...
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Maggie Gyllenhaal To Star In Romantic Comedy About The Invention Of The Vibrator

8/20/2010 8:51am EDT
Maggie Gyllenhaal
Maggie Gyllenhaal is preparing to set Hollywood buzzing with a racy new role - she's signed on to star in a film about the invention of the vibrator.

The Secretary actress will play the daughter of a doctor in Victorian England, who created the sex toy to treat hysteria, which will be the title of the risqué movie.

Hysteria will also feature Evita star Jonathan Pryce and Hugh Dancy, who will play the inventors of the new electrical device, while Rupert Everett will also star.

Gyllenhaal says, "I play a firecracker whose father is a doctor who is in the business of curing hysterical wo...
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Claire Danes Picks Pastels For Paris - Hot Or Not?

7/7/2010 9:07am EDT
Claire Danes
Claire Danes was pretty in pale pink, white and green at the Armani fashion show with her husband Hugh Dancy during fashion week in Paris yesterday.

Paris Fashion Week kicked off Monday and is scheduled to run through July 8 with some of the world’s foremost designers showing off their Fall/Winter collections.

The actress appears to be taking some time off with no immediate projects in her future. Most recently she starred in the HBO film "Temple Gradin" about an autistic woman who has become one of top scientists in humane livestock handling.

See more photos of Clair here!
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Claire Danes Got Help From Husband Preparing For Autistic Role

2/4/2010 7:12pm EST
Claire Danes
Claire Danes plays autism activist Dr. Temple Grandin in a new HBO film about the doctor's life. Grandin herself was diagnosed with autism and had to cope before there were commonplace methods in effect. Danes herself had a bigger support system in place for playing the autistic woman. She is married to actor Hugh Dancy, who had just completed the film Adam.

"My husband played an autistic person six months before I did this," Danes said. "So that was curious. It just so happened he'd done all this research before me so I had a bookshelf already stacked with all the reading material that...
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Review: 'Adam' Starring Hugh Dancy And Rose Byrne

7/29/2009 1:29pm EDT
Adam
It's interesting, on the surface, that Fox Searchlight has released two films within two weeks of each other -- "(500) Days of Summer" and, now, "Adam" -- with the similar theme of "boy meets girl." Again, perhaps, on the surface. In reality, these films could not be more different. While "(500) Days of Summer" tugs at the emotions that everyone has felt at some point, "Adam" shows us what it's like to observe a relationship where one party does not quite even understand human emotion.

Adam (played by a pretty fantastic Hugh Dancy) has Asperger's Syndrome. A condition that's a form of Au...
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Claire Danes' Sultry Summer Look

7/29/2009 11:19am EDT
Claire Danes
Claire Danes appeared at the "Adam" New York City premiere yesterday looking super svelte and elegant in a simple white strapless gown with a funky silver belt. What do you think of Claire's dress? See more photos after the jump...

Claire is planning to marry fiancé Hugh Dancy in France this September. Claire, 30, has been dating 33-year-old Dancy since meeting him on the set of their 2007 movie Evening.

Claire stars in the upcoming film "Me & Orson Welles" with Zac Efron. A young student (Efron) finds love in the theater after being cast in a production of "Julius Caesar" direct...
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Peter Gallagher Discusses 'Adam,' An Offbeat Love Story Challenged By Asperger's Syndrome

7/28/2009 10:49am EDT
Peter Gallagher
"Adam," is the story of an off-beat romance between Beth (Rose Byrne) and Adam (Hugh Dancy) that is challenged by his affliction with Asperger's Syndrome -- an affliction that, as Wikipedia describes, is an "autism spectrum disorder, and people with it therefore show significant difficulties in social interaction." Peter Gallagher, who plays Beth's loving but very flawed father, Marty, joins us to discuss the new film (opening in limited release July 29) and to breakdown the complexity of his character.

Mike: Hey, Peter!

Peter Gallagher: Hey, mike!

Mike: How are you doing?

Pete...
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Trailer Talk: This Week In Movies 7/26/09 - 8/1/09

7/27/2009 1:56pm EDT
Funny People
The column formerly known as "This Week's Movie Buzz" has a new name: "Trailer Talk: This Week in Movies." Fear not dear readers, the structure of the article you know and love will not be changing at all.

At Starpulse, we decided to change the name because we believe "Trailer Talk" more accurately reflects the column's subject matter. The insight and advice that I provide you on a weekly basis is based primarily on my viewing of movie trailers.

I do not have a chance to see most of the films before I actually recommend them to you. That being said, I do give confirmation if I ...
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