1. The Hangover Part III trailer 1


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    For more news on The Hangover Part III visit http://theRealmCast.com This time, there's no wedding. No bachelor party. What could go wrong, right? But when the Wolfpack hits the road, all bets are off. The Hangover Part III opens in theaters May 24th, 2013 This clip has been posted with authorization from Warner Bros. We are a credentialed media outlet using the above clip to promote the release of the above title within the guidelines set by the studio.

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    • Ben Rameaka's Reel


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      A reel of Ben Rameaka's newest work. Featuring NBC's "Next Caller," a comedy short form College Humor, and an appearance on Reggie Watts' Comedy Central Special.

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      • American Dream Radio - Jeffrey Tambor


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        “American Dream” on the Armed Forces Radio Network: A weekly series that interviews celebrities and professional business people as they reconstruct their accomplishments, disappointments, and achievements in their careers.

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        • Arrested Development - Crime Family


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          • This Week In TV - The Lying Game Sneak Peek (Exclusive Preview ABC Family) & TV Double Identities on Ringer, Vampire ...


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            Check out an exclusive extended promo of ABC Family’s The Lying Game! The Lying Game premieres Monday, August 15th. Tuesday brings some big finales including the season finale of MasterChef on FOX and The Nine Lives of Chloe King on ABC Family. And don’t miss the Season 1 finale of The Glee Project on Sunday the 21st on Oxygen. Then, in honor of The Lying Game premiere, Kendra and Alex talk double identities on TV shows on Friends, Arrested Development, Vampire Diaries and Ringer.

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            • Two Jews On Mr. Popper's Penguins


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              By Joan Alperin-Schwartz 'Mr. Popper's Penguins' is directed by Mark Waters (Mean Girls) and stars Jim Carey as Mr. Tommy Popper. This film is actually based on a 1939 novel that has been read by children for decades. Growing up in Brooklyn, New York, young Tommy Popper looks forward to the moments when he can speak to his world traveling father on his ham radio. His father calls him from far away exotic places and as time goes by, Tommy misses his absentee dad more and more. He is one very lonely boy. Years later, Tommy is now Mr. Popper, a highly succesful real estate developer in Manhattan. Amicable divorced from Amanda (Carla Gugino) with two children (Madeline Carroll and Maxwell Perry Cotten) who he sees on alternate weekends, Mr. P. lives the life of luxury in his ultra modern Park Avenue apartment and is well on his way to becoming a partner at his prestigious firm. Popper is a fast talking salesman who convinces the owners of historic buildings to sell them to his employers. These beautiful buildings wind up being torn town and replaced with money making monstrosities. But one morning a final gift from Popper's late father changes his life in ways he never could have imagined. Yep...Just as the title suggests, Tommy Popper receives six large penguins. Now these aren't just any penguins...These are penguins that bond with one person and do not let go. They also have incredible tracking ability but that's another story. Soon, Popper's new winged roommates turn his life upside down and eventually he falls in love with them...And that's exactly what will happen to you when you watch this film. Yes, on one level 'Mr. Popper's Penguins' may be geared toward tweens and younger...but I absolutely adored it. This film is about changing your life, coming to terms with your past and learning how to take responsibility for your family...human or animal. Anyone that has a child or is connected to their inner child must see 'Mr Popper's Penguins' Jim Carey and the rest of the cast are wonderful but the real stars of the film are...the Penguins of course. This film is definitely worthy of the five bagels I gave it. My other half had a totally different opinion. Luckily, I get the last word. 'Mr. Popper's Penguins' opens in theaters Friday June 17, 2011.

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              • I introduce Neil Gaiman at "One Book, One Chicago"


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                The inspiring Neil Gaiman's terrific novel "Neverwhere" was chosen for the "One Book, One Chicago" program. I was asked to do a ten-minute speech before his April 13, 2011 presentation at the Rockefeller Chapel at the University of Chicago. In this video, I confront Mr. Gaiman with a long-standing grievance, and end up serenading him with a Katy Perry song. I am the author of the young-adult fantasy novel "The Order of Odd-Fish". http://jameskennedy.com/books

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                • Win Win Movie Review


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                  http://www.innovativecommunications.tv I'm Keith Kelly. Loveable loser Paul Giamatti stars in "Win Win". Is the movie a champ, or does it get pinned to the mat? My review-coming up right now. "Win Win" is a wonderful little comedy/drama that has sports at its core-but really is about a whole lot more. Paul Giamatti plays Mike Flaherty, a down on his luck lawyer who is stressed about money, his law practice and also the hopeless wrestling team he coaches. Drowning in anxiety and hurting for cash, he pulls a somewhat dishonest legal maneuver and becomes the legal guardian of one of his mentally slipping clients. This seemingly little move ripples outward to all of the other aspects of his life-both in good and bad ways. "Win Win" was directed and co-written by Tom McCarthy, who also had a hand creating "Up", "The Visitor" and another charming little gem "The Station Agent". What all these films share in common are real, identifiable characters who are at a crossroad in their lives. This picture revolves around underdogs, family, obligation, duty and self-respect. Everyone in the cast is pitch perfect, especially Giamatti, who brings boatloads of heart to his portrayal of a regular guy just trying to make life work. Also very believable is 18 year-old newcomer Alex Shaffer as the troubled wrestling phenom who becomes a major part of the Flaherty's lives. His unaffected, naturalistic performance is the core this movie revolves around. "Win Win" is a charming, quiet movie that handles its drama without being too melodramatic, and its comedy without going for the easy joke. I give this heartwarming film the grade of "A". I'm Keith Kelly. Give your business a boost with online video. Contact http://www.innovativecommunications.tv to learn how to get started.

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                  • Win Win


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                    FIND Film Series: Q&A with Tom McCarthy, Melanie Lynskey, Jeffrey Tambor, and Michael London. March 17

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