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Arrested Development

Arrested Development is comming back to life on the Netflix video streaming service.

Terry Gilliam is still trying to make The Man Who Killed Don Quixote.

We finally have a real look at some footage from season two of HBO's Game of Thrones.

Stephen Sondheim reveals how good reviews can be as harmful as bad ones.

John Waters discusses staying in Baltimore, becoming a capitalist, and The Wire.

Woman claims she heard Natalie Wood's cries for help on night actress died.

Odie Henderson reviews Woody Allen: A Documentary.

Rihanna is pushing buttons and sparking debates with frank depictions of sexuality and violence.

Bored to Death has evolved from a gentle comedy to a madcap satirical farce.

Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy to begin writing third Before Sunrise film.

Video surfaces of Oakland police beating a war vet.

And below is UC Davis police in action:

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