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October 22, 2014

'One Night in Vegas' Details Friendship Between Mike Tyson and Tupac Shakur

Mike Tyson has long been a reference point for rappers who have empathized with and admired his tenacity, ferociousness and ability to succeed amidst a difficult, impoverished upbringing. But as 'One Night In Vegas,' the latest entry in ESPN's ongoing "30 For 30" series, shows, Tyson's relationship with hip-hop, specifically slain rapper Tupac Shakur, goes even deeper than that. Tyson and...

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'Daily Show' Producer Rory Albanese Talks Sexism and Answers Reader Questions

A few weeks back, we gave you, the TV Squad community, the opportunity to ask 'The Daily Show With Jon Stewart' executive producer Rory Albanese anything you wanted about the inner workings of the popular, subversive faux-news show. Thanks to everyone who wrote in with their questions. As promised, Albanese has returned with answers, serious and otherwise, to everything from how montages are...

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Ask 'Daily Show' Executive Producer Rory Albanese a Question

For many, watching 'The Daily Show with Jon Stewart' has become a nightly ritual on par with brushing your teeth. The show's insightful mix of sarcasm and satire is one of the few programs that directly calls out politicians (on both sides), the media and anyone else whose hypocrisy outweighs their efficiency, while never forgetting that the program is, first and foremost, a comedy show. ...

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Want to Know What Happens on 'Lost'? Not Even Cast Member Frederick Koehler Knows

So say you're an actor and fan of 'Lost' and you happen to get cast on the show. Utopia, right? Not only do you get to be part of the biggest television event of the year but you can find out what happens in the end months ahead of everyone else. Hardly. Frederick Koehler ('Pepper Dennis,' 'Dexter') came on the island this season as Seamus, a scientist working for Charles Widmore (Alan Dale)...

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'In Living Color' Turns 20: Happy Anniversary!

Twenty years ago, on April 15, 1990, 'In Living Color,' the brash, outspoken sketch comedy show created by Keenan Ivory Wayans, premiered and subsequently changed the rules of sketch comedy. In its skewering of pop culture and satirizing of race-based issues, the mostly black cast combined trenchant lampooning (Michael Jackson, Mike Tyson) with original characters (Homey D. Clown, Fire Marshal...

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'Twin Peaks' 20 Years Later: How the Show Changed Television

My girlfriend woke up screaming last year. I could vaguely hear cries of "No!" and "Get Away!" through my sleep before she arose panicked and disheveled, sweat beads glistening off her forehead. We had just watched an episode of David Lynch's cult classic 'Twin Peaks,' and she'd had a nightmare that she was brushing her teeth, looked up into the mirror and saw the image of BOB, the show's...

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What's Hot on Inside Movies: Producers Guild Nominations, 'Harry Potter' Trailer, Ski Lift Terror

We hate to write it as much as you hate to admit it, but the holidays are officially over. No presents to look forward to. No New Year's Eve plans to hastily make at the last minute. Now it's back to normal. But fret not: Even though it's a new year, Inside Movies still has you covered for the latest movie news, features and interviews. The Producers Guild of America released its nominees...

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What's Hot on Inside Movies: Emily Blunt, 'Basterds' Prequel, Best New Year's Eve Scenes

With 2009 quickly fading into memory status, there's still a lot of news coming out of the Inside Movies camp. Allyssa Lee profiles rising star Emily Blunt and looks at the Oscar buzz around her performance in 'The Young Victoria.' With the end of the year coming up, what better time is there than to take a look at the best New Year's Eve scenes in movies. It's one of the few features that...

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What's Hot on Inside Movies: 'The Hurt Locker,' More Awards and the Real 'Rain Man' Dies

As many of you scramble for last-minute gifts and eggnog recipes, don't forget to check out Inside Movies for the latest in movie news, interviews and insights. In today's news: -- Kim Peek, the man who inspired Dustin Hoffman's performance in 'Rain Man,' died over the weekend at age 58. Check out the post for a fascinating documentary on this incredible mind. -- Jeremy Renner, star of the...

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What's Hot on Inside Movies: Complete Coverage of Golden Globes Nominations

The big news over at Inside Movies is today's announcement of the 66th Golden Globe Awards nominees. We know. It can be a bit overwhelming but we've got you covered on all the big races. First, check out the overview of all the nominees, then don't forget to see our extensive coverage and analysis of specific categories. We also round up stars' reactions to the nominations and one critic...

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