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Marriage Is Real Complicated in the ‘Between Us’ Trailer
Marriage Is Real Complicated in the ‘Between Us’ Trailer
In the last few years, we’ve seen a lot more movies that take a more honest look at love in all its complexities, rather than the fairytales that have usually been handed to us wrapped up in a perfect bow. The latest in this new let’s-be-honest-about-how-weird-relationships-are-for-once trend is Between Us, a film from Mexican director Rafael Palacio Illingworth.
By the Numbers
By the Numbers
Last week's FX 'Fargo' installment, "Eating the Blame," proved special in a number of regards, not only establishing a direct link between the 1996 Coen brothers Oscar winner and FX's own adaptation, but also for putting Adam Goldberg and Russell Harvard's enigmatic mob men, "Mr. Numbers" and "Mr. Wrench," directly in Lester's (Martin Freeman's) path. We had the chanc
FX’s New ‘Fargo’ Trailer: Hubba Bubba, the Whole Cast is Here
FX’s New ‘Fargo’ Trailer: Hubba Bubba, the Whole Cast is Here
FX's Coen brothers-adapted 'Fargo' TV series gave us a strong look at its new adaptation with the first official trailer a few days ago, though a few notable cast members were missing. Now, the latest trailer has the whole kit and kaboodle on display, including 'Sherlock''s Martin Freeman, Billy Bob Thornton, Allison Tolman, Colin Hanks, Adam Goldberg, 'Always Sunny''s Glenn Howerton, 'Breaking Ba
FX's 'Fargo' Trailer
FX's 'Fargo' Trailer
FX's Coen brothers-adapted series 'Fargo' has released a number of provocative teasers to date, don't cha know, but you're darn-tootin' we had our first honest look at the story. The first full trailer for 'Fargo' has arrived, starring such fan-favorites as 'Breaking Bad''s Bob Odenkirk, 'Sherlock''s Martin Freeman, Billy Bob Thornton and more, you betcha!
Adam Goldberg to Guest On ‘Animal Practice’…As Himself
Adam Goldberg to Guest On ‘Animal Practice’…As Himself
While most of NBC's new lineup appears to be doing rather well in the ratings, 'Animal Practice' stands out as one of the few new NBC shows that the network hasn't made any kind of decision over. Both 'Go On' and 'The New Normal' were updated to full-season orders, but what of the so-called "monkey doctor show"? Will a guest appearance and a bit of meta comedy from Adam Goldberg be enoug