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NBC Developing Action Adventure Drama 'Treasure' From 'Grimm' Creative Team

As Grimm is heading into its sixth and final season, the series’ co-creators/executive producers/showrunners Jim Kouf and David Greenwalt have teamed with Grimm executive producers Sean Hayes and Todd Milliner of Hazy Mills for another drama project at NBC and Universal TV, the network and studio behind the supernatural cop drama starring David Giuntoli. 143 more words

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Preview: Grimm Omnibus

Grimm Omnibus

writers: Marc Gaffen, Kyle McVey, David Greenwalt, Jim Kouf, Jai Nitz
artists: Jose Malaga, Rod Rodolfo, Daniel Govar
cover: Photo
FC • 496 pages • $39.99 • Teen+ 206 more words

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Film, In Review: Money Monster

It boils hot beneath cracked skin, soaking the mind with thoughts of rabid delusions and distorted fantasies. Sanity appears in bouts, transforming lunacy into incentive and then it hits, hard and fast like an alkaline brick… 596 more words

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Money Monster

2016 has been a good year for pulse-pounding thrillers, and “Money Monster” is the latest example. While not as intense as “10 Cloverfield Lane… 998 more words

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Clooney’s TV star is forced to take stock

If you are patient enough to sit through end titles you might notice that the MPAA certificate number at the end of films has now passed 50,000 (if you are curious, number 50,000 was actually a non-entity of a film called “Chloe and Theo”, with “Steve Jobs” missing it by one!). 541 more words

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Money Monster: Review

Directed by Jodie Foster, Money Monster is a thriller for our times; one that is edge-of-your-seat tense and slyly satirical in equal measures. Most importantly, perhaps, is the film’s central conflict which, rather refreshingly, swaps bearded terrorists from foreign countries with a threat that’s far closer to home than you might imagine: corrupt businessmen. 459 more words

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Money Monster - Movie Review

It’s hardly a revelation that some of the rich tycoons who run Wall Street are crooked and yet it seems like every few months we’re given a film that examines the greed inherent in the American economic system. 458 more words

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