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The Robertson clan is sticking together. In a new twist to the Duck Dynasty controversy, the family behind A&E’s hit series released a statement saying they “cannot imagine” doing the unscripted show without patriarch Phil Robertson.

The family posted the remarks on their website after the network suspended Robertson for anti-gay and racially charged comments he made in a GQ magazine interview.

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Fox pushes back ‘Almost Human’ premiere date

You’re going to have to wait a couple more weeks to get your robot cop fix: Fox is moving the premiere date for its big new action drama Almost Human.

Almost Human was supposed to premiere in just two weeks — Monday, Nov. 4. But the show will now launch it as a two-night event on Sunday, Nov. 17 and Monday, Nov. 18.

Here’s Fox’s stated reason for the shakeup (which… Continue reading Fox pushes back ‘Almost Human’ premiere date

chameleon rd 660 Robert Davi on The Great Chameleon, and How It Pushes the Boundaries of Political CorrectednessRobert Davi has been in some of the biggest movies of all time, and you might not even know his name, or even remember his face right away. A long-standing character actor with an impressive résumé, Davi has made memorable turns in mainstream hits like “The Goonies,” “Die Hard,” and even played the Bond villain in “The Living Daylights.” Born in New York, he was trained… Continue reading Robert Davi on 'The Great Chameleon,' and How It Pushes the Boundaries of Political Correctedness

From Joss Whedon to David S. Goyer to Nicolas Winding Refn, filmmakers have repeatedly tried to resurrect Wonder Woman for today’s audiences. The problem? It seems no one can actually get a feature film based on the iconic DC Comics character off the ground. That’s alarming for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that Hollywood has released superhero movies based on little known comic-book characters like… Continue reading SXSW 2012: 'Wonder Women!' Pushes Hollywood To Bring Wonder Woman To The Big Screen

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ComingSoon.net

January 23, 2012

Relativity Media has made two big release date changes today.

The Raven was scheduled to go up against John Carter on March 9th, but the James McTeigue-directed thriller will now open in theaters on April 27th. Starring John Cusack, Luke Evans, Alice Eve, Brendan Gleeson and Oliver Jackson-Cohen, the film faces The Five-Year Engagement and Safe on the new date.

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