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tom felton murder in the first tnt Murder in the Firsts Tom Felton: This is very different from anything Ive done

“Murder in the First” isn’t your typical detective or legal drama. Unlike police procedurals that tend to introduce a brand new case each week, TNT’s new series, from creators Steven Bochco and Eric Lodal, is using an entire season to follow two murders that seem to be linked.

The prime suspect in the investigation is Silicon Valley technology prodigy Erich Blunt, played… Continue reading 'Murder in the First's' Tom Felton: 'This is very different from anything I've done'

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02/12/2013 at 04:55 PM ET

emmy rossum 660x450 Twenty Four Hours, Three Fab Beauty Looks: Emmy Rossum Shows Us How It’s DoneStartraks; FilmMagic; Pacific Coast News

Beautiful Creatures’ Emmy Rossum has been having some major red carpet moments lately. And while we’ve been talking up her fab style, we’ve been letting something very important go neglected: her always spot-on beauty looks. But now that she’s

Fun fact: Alan Arkin is set to star in a movie called “Arigo.” This is not to be confused with “Argo,” a ’70s spy thriller that also features the Oscar-winning actor. Oddly enough, Arkin just happens to be involved with two different films that have almost identical names. Granted, one — “Argo” — is about the true story of a CIA operative who looks to smuggle six stranded Americans out… Continue reading Alan Arkin, 'Argo' Star, On Hollywood, 'The Muppets' And The Hardest Movie He's Done

  • The Cinema Society & Calvin Klein Collection Host A Screening Of “The Hunger Games” – Inside Arrivals

    NEW YORK, NY – MARCH 20: Actors Jennifer Lawrence and Liam Hemsworth attend the Cinema Society & Calvin Klein Collection screening of ‘The Hunger Games’ at SVA Theatre on March 20, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)

  • The Cinema Society & Calvin Klein Collection Host A Screening Of “The

  • Review in a Hurry: David Fincher brings a grand visual style to this readaptation of Stieg Larsson‘s novel, and the Trent Reznor-Atticus Ross score is what you would hope for. Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara are fine in the leads, but when it comes to the actual plot… Continue reading Movie Review: The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo Isn't Bad, but David Fincher Could've Done Better