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Martin Short Talks ‘Maya & Marty’ & ‘I Married Monty’

  The season finale of Maya & Marty airs Tuesday evening on NBC with Emma Stone, Kelly Ripa, Sean Hayes and Steve Martin among the...

Blu-Ray Review: “Inherent Vice” (Joaquin Phoenix, Katherine Waterston)

Upon first glance, Inherent Vice may not seem to possess the epic scope of director Paul Thomas Anderson's sprawling There Will Be Blood or The Master. But maybe that's just...

Katherine Waterston Enters ‘Inherent Vice’ As An L.A. Cinephile

Actress Katherine Waterston gives a scene stealing (and possibly star in the making) performance as Shasta Fay Hepworth, the missing ex-girlfriend of bumbling private eye...

Joaquin Phoenix On Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Inclusive” Nature

Joaquin Phoenix's most frequent collaborations have come with director James Gray (The Immigrant, Two Lovers, The Yards, We Own The Night) and Inherent Vice marks his second...

Josh Brolin Talks ‘Inherent Vice’ Work With Paul Thomas Anderson

Paul Thomas Anderson, who last collaborated with Philip Seymour Hoffman and Joaquin Phoenix on The Master, traverses more comedic territory this time around, as he...

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