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Tony Hale and Thomas Lennon Join Clint Eastwood's Next Film (EXCLUSIVE)

Tony Hale and Thomas Lennon have rounded out the cast of Clint Eastwood’s next pic “The 15:17 to Paris.”

The pic is the true life story of the three Americans who stopped a terrorist on a train bound for Paris. 288 more words

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'Cannonball Run' Reboot Taps 'Central Intelligence' Director

Warner Bros. is negotiating with “Central Intelligence” director Rawson Thurber to helm a reboot of the “Cannonball Run” franchise.

“Reno 911” stars Thomas Lennon & Robert Ben Garant are also in talks to write the script. 153 more words

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'Cannonball Run' Revving: Rawson Thurber In Talks To Direct, Lennon & Garant To Write Script

EXCLUSIVE: Warner Bros is negotiating with Thomas Lennon & Robert Ben Garant to write and Rawson Thurber to direct a relaunch of the Cannonball Run… 283 more words

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Sacred (by guest blogger, Wendy Moscow)

Faith is often defined as an unquestioning belief in something unseen – a deity, or perhaps an inexorable force that shapes the patterns of life. The documentary “Sacred,” directed by Thomas Lennon, immerses us in a multicultural world of rites, rituals and celebrations from a variety of faith traditions, all of which create meaning in times of of joy, struggle and sorrow. 457 more words

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BAYWATCH

When Baywatch debuted on NBC in 1989, it was already antiquated. Constructed around a group of lifeguards saving swimmers from drowning while occasionally tracking down serial killers was thin at best, but with a gaggle of good-looking actors who took themselves too seriously, the ridiculous plots the writers came up with turned into television gold. 150 more words

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The Odd Couple Canceled

The Odd Couple, starring Matthew Perry and Thomas Lennon, has been canceled.  The series was the lowest-rated CBS comedy series this season with a 1.3 adults 18-49 rating (Live+7).  12 more words

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Film Review: ‘Sacred’

An impressively global project yields an attractive, mild if rather diffuse film in “Sacred,” a respectful exploration by documentarian Thomas Lennon (“The Battle Over Citizen Kane,” Oscar-winning short doc “The Blood of Yingzhou District”) of faith and religious practice across the globe. 606 more words

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