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Romantic Trailer: Fifty Shades of Grey!

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A new TV spot for Universal’s Fifty Shades of Grey debuted during the Golden Globes last night. It’s a considerably more romantic pitch than might have been expected.

Check it out after the jump. Fifty Shades of Grey opens on Valentine’s Day.

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Video: Meet The Newsroom’s New Additions!

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One of the interesting things about Aaron Sorkin’s The Newsroom is that- love it or hate it – it is always fluid: characters come, go, evolve. In season two, there are a number of new characters who are involved in what will be a continuing arc that revolves around a story that goes horribly wrong.

Check out characters played by Marcia Gay Harden (Law & Order: SVU), Hamish Linklater (The Good Wife), Grace Gummer (Zero Hour) and Constance Zimmer (Entourage) after the jump.The Newsroom returns to HBO on Sunday, July 14th.

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TELEVISION: Royal Pains Returns with HankMed in Financial Trouble!

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One of the endearing qualities of Royal Pains [Tuesdays, 10/9C] as it begins its second season tomorrow evening is that it’s all about its characters – where many medical shows are about their situations. Tomorrow’s premiere finds HankMed broke; Divya about to face a huge life change; Boris about to encounter health problems and Hank and Evan at loggerheads over the firm’s financial state.

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MOVIE REVIEW: Whip It! – Fun Film Refreshes Cliches!

Drew Barrymore and Juno. That may be the first thought of a lot of people when they first think about Barrymore’s debut as a feature director, Whip It. Fortunately, Whip It is not Juno on roller skates [four-wheelers – remember them?]. The only connection between the two films is that Ellen Page gives dazzling performances in them.

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Whip It is about a lot of things: families [natural and surrogate]; the exuberance of sports – and its importance, or lack of same, in our lives; independence from, but not losing the respect of one’s parents; feminism as an empowering of the individual rather than the emasculating of the other, and so on…

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