Tagged: Emilia Clarke

Review: ‘Dom Hemingway’

'Dom Hemingway' is easily one of Jude Law's best performances in years. Scott Youngbauer reviews Richard Shepard's black comedy

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The 65th Annual Emmy Awards: Predictions for Tonight’s Show

Tonight host Neil Patrick Harris will be presenting the 65th annual Emmy Awards to our favorite television shows and stars. Who will take home the coveted awards? Rebecca Bleznak has a few predictions.

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Game of Thrones Recap: Out of Your Depth

"Valar Dohaeri" means "all men must serve." In the long-awaited season 3 premiere of the same name, some of our favorite characters have already been called to action. Welcome to season 3.

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Brad’s Buzz: The Week In Pop Culture 3/13

Get ready for some real March Madness!

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Top Casting Picks: Fifty Shades of Grey

It was only a matter of time before Fifty Shades of Grey reached Hollywood, and now with Universal on board, we've compiled a list of some of the top contenders to take on the leading roles of Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey.

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Emmy Nomination Preview: Drama Contenders

The Emmy nominations will be announced on July 14, and there are plenty of question marks this year. Andrew Payne breaks it all down and looks at the contenders for the top Drama Series awards. Later this week, he will look at the top contenders for Comedy Series.

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Game of Thrones: The Pointy End

Turmoil has hit King's Landing and war has begun in Game of Thrones. Bryce Van Kooten makes sense of it all.

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Game of Thrones: You Win or You Die

Bryce Van Kooten looks at a properly titled episode of Game of Thrones which shows that honor dignity and are a thing of the past in the seven kingdoms.

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Game of Thrones: Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things

More mystery and more intrigue on the latest Game of Thrones episode. Bryce Van Kooten has a review.

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‘Game of Thrones’ is just THAT good

This mythical world of seven kingdoms, Winterfell, the White Walkers, feuding families, and protracted seasons no longer has novelty to stand on, and yet Episode 3, Lord Snow, was just as pulse-pounding and riveting as anything we’ve seen, writes Adam Spunberg.

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Game of Thrones: Two for Two

After an enthralling first episode, Game of Thrones maintained its torrid pace by offering an equally compelling second episode. Bryce Van Kooten reviews the episode and says its one of the most enjoyable and intricate shows on television.

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‘Game of Thrones’ proves HBO is TV’s Pixar

There’s been only one episode of the much-anticipated Game of Thrones, but so far we have every indication that this is one of those EXTRAORDINARY series – the kind where you watch each episode multiple times and count the days with measles-itch impatience, writes a bedazzled Adam Spunberg.

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