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'Bates Motel' at Comic-Con: Freddie Highmore, Vera Farmiga talk about the kiss

Near the end of season two, A&E’s Bates Motel gave a tantalizing glimpse of teen Norman Bates experiencing the personality split integral to his later-life behavior. 641 more words

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EW's Brave New Warriors Comic-Con panel: Stars share the complications of playing leading men

You have to be a pretty brave guy to battle a headless horsemen, or a bike gang, or Nazi Germany and the crazy crowds at Comic-Con. 872 more words

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Bates Motel Review

This summer, in my boredom, I turned to Netflix. It’s not too different from what I usually turn to, but with being off from school I had more time to spend with my favourite invention of the technological revolution. 282 more words

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'BATES MOTEL' Will Be Heading Back To Comic-Con!

Bates Motel fans get excited because the cast and showrunners will be heading to this year’s San Diego Comic-Con International.

Showrunners Carlton Cuse and Kerry Ehrin will debut a new video with the cast before a Q&A panel with the stars of the show, Vera Farmiga, Freddie Highmore, Olivia Cooke and Nestor Carbonell.

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The Art of Getting By

Originally posted: 7 January 2014 (littlemissmakebelieve)

The Art of Getting By, a 2011 movie starring Emma Roberts and Freddie Highmore

I seriously need this type of inspiration right now — totally not being overly dramatic and all, no bullshit, but really. 158 more words

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Movie Review Flashback- August Rush

August Rush (directed by Kirsten Sheridan) received a mixed reaction when it was released in 2007, but it has become somewhat of a favorite film for young people that come from that generation.  371 more words

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Binge Watch: Bates Motel, Season 2

Welcome to the first installment of my new Binge Watch series, Summer 2014 edition!  To get the ball rolling, I thought I would discuss the second season of this A&E hit starring Freddie Highmore as the teen version of everyone’s favorite motel owner and Vera Farmiga as his clingy mother.  1,187 more words

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