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Netflix and Steven Soderbergh Head West for Godless (Trailer)

Netflix and Steven Soderbergh (and screenwriter Scott Frank) team up for a new limited Western drama called Godless, where Jeff Daniels plays a ruthless gang leader who sets his sights on a town called La Belle inhabited solely by women after all the men died in horrific mine accident.
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Everything Actioncast Ep 274 “Limitless TV”

This week on the podcast, Zach and Chris talk about the Emmy winners, the new fall TV season, weird Muppet backlash, the weirdness of Transformers: The Movie, Hitman, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and more.
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Fall TV 2015: Fox

Fox has a sequel to Minority Report, comedies starring John Stamos and Rob Lowe, another DC comics adaptation and more coming this fall.
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TV Cancellations/Renewals 2015

On the eve of their big Upfront presentations next week, the major networks needed to clean house and get rid of a bunch of shows in order to make room for their new fall shows.
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News Shotgun 2/27

Ducktales and Inspector Gadget are returning, tons of news about the DC CWverse, a second Star Wars series coming to Disney XD, Amanda Waller cast and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
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Everything Actioncast Ep 224 “Carnevil of Horror”

This week on the podcast, Zach, Chris and Joe talk about tons of new trailers, including a bunch of upcoming horror movies, pay respect to Sir Richard Attenborough, classic light gun shooters, recent Spider-Man wackiness, Emmy winners, good and bad Robert Rodriguez projects and much more.
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News Shotgun 8/22

A bunch of TV renewals and casting this week, the incredibly impressive Jungle Books: Origins cast revealed, a bunch of pulp heroes getting movies and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
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Everything Action Theater: Almost Human Pilot

Karl Urban stars as Detective John Kennex, an LAPD officer in the year 2048 who is reluctantly partnered with Dorian (Michael Ealy), a robot who was designed to replicate human emotion in Fox’s new show, Almost Human.
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Battle at the Box Office 8/6

The Dark Knight Rises continued to dominate the box office over the weekend, crossing the $350 million mark while Total Recall and Diary of a Wimpy Kid 3 had pretty mediocre openings.
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