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A set visit to the El Rey network’s audacious, high-flying gamble on lucha libre wrestling.

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Enter to Win 2 Tickets For Ennio Morricone’s show in Los Angeles at Nokia Theater on March 20, 2014.

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Have you ever wanted to own Katniss Everdeen’s iconic girl on fire red dress or any other fabulous outfit from The Hunger Games?

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If you’re in LA this August and love cats, Battlestar Galactica, So You Think You Can Dance, Pitch Perfect, and Modern Family I have just the event for you.

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To open Season Two of ATX Television Festival, Netflix features the return of the series Arrested Development, Q&A with members of the cast.

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Caitlin McFarland and Emily Gipson are the founders of the ATX Television Festival in Austin, Texas, now in it’s second year.  These women are heroes to me.  Not only have they created a festival for one of my favorite artistic mediums and forms of entertainment, but they did it in

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Scene Invasion spoke with the stars of The English Teacher, Julianne Moore and Michael Angarano at the Crosby Street Hotel in downtown Manhattan.

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An Invader discovers cinema’s present encroaching on its past (and vice versa) at the 2013 TCM Classic Film Festival.

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When he first read the book, Ang Lee said the same thing that everyone else, including many other ambitious filmmakers, said of the philosophical novel: “Life of Pi is un-filmable.” Last week at the Crosby Street Hotel in downtown Manhattan, director Ang Lee, screenwriter David Magee (Finding Neverland), and editor Tim Squyres (all films by Ang Lee

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It’s ironic that NBC’s chirpy, clever sitcom Community would suggest, as it did in last week’s episode, that its cast of damaged misfits are the least-loved students at Greendale College less than a week before its rabid fans packed the Saban Theater in Beverly Hills for the show’s fourth consecutive appearance at PaleyFest.

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In a city with a voracious appetite for cinema, the historic Aero Theater in Santa Monica, California, is famous for its smorgasboard of repertory programming, bringing restorations and revivals of classic films to L.A. film buffs.  But for one recent evening, the single-screen movie palace looked to the present, hosting

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