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Endings of movies are changed all the time. But when it’s a true story being told, there’s not a lot of room for alterations. You can’t have Chris Kyle live happily ever after at the end of American Sniper, for instance. His death, at the hands of another veteran, is too well-known. And even if it weren’t, you just can’t do that.

For… Continue reading 'American Sniper' Screenwriter Jason Hall Reveals Why He Changed the Ending

Hilary Mantel’s Man Booker Prize-winning Wolf Hall and its sequel, the Man Booker Prize-winning Bring Up the Bodies, are going to have a big 2015. Now you can watch the trailer for the novels’ television adaptation. The six-part series is set to air on BBC Two in January and will come to American televisions on PBS in April.

Wolf Hall follows Thomas Cromwell, who is portrayed here by acclaimed actor Mark Rylance. Rylance has won multiple… Continue reading See Mark Rylance and Damian Lewis in a trailer for ‘Wolf Hall’

Helena Bonham Carter and Rebecca Hall have joined the elite inner circle of Steve McQueen’s upcoming HBO drama, Codes of Conduct.

The series follows Beverly Snow (played by Devon Terrell), a young African American man from Queens, and his upward climb into Manhattan’s high society. Bonham Carter will play Esther Kaufmann, an author and psychiatrist born into a prominent Jewish family in Manhattan. The divorced mother’s life is… Continue reading Helena Bonham Carter, Rebecca Hall join Steve McQueen’s HBO drama ‘Codes of Conduct’

Showtime confirmed Thursday that any Dexter spin-off must involve star Michael C. Hall in an on-camera role.

“It would have to involve Michael,” said entertainment president David Nevins, echoing what Dexter showrunner Scott Buck previously told us. “I would only do it with Michael.”

Nevins was talking to a huddle of reporters at the Television Critics Association’s semi-annual press tour on Thursday and fielded several questions about the long-running drama, which… Continue reading Showtime defends ‘Dexter’ finale, says no spin-off without Michael C. Hall

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The more things change, the more they stay the same, it seems. The set of the show isn’t all that different from the first time around. Arsenio still talks to guests from a big, comfortable-looking chair, while they sit on a couch. Of course, there’s also the expected “Woof, Woof, Woof” chants you might remember from his dog pound.

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