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'Bonnie & Clyde' not Hollywoodized
A new production of "Bonnie & Clyde" is really more about Bonnie, a Depression-era woman who in this interpretation takes to a life of crime in order to star in a production worthy of Hollywood.
Dreary new 'Bonnie & Clyde' miniseries will steal your time
In the new TV remake of "Bonnie & Clyde," Holliday Grainger and Emile Hirsch recreate a classic photo of the bank-robbing duo.
The Austin Chronicle
'The Next Thing You Know, You're Robbing Banks'
It's been a sticky year for actor Lane Garrison, but a good one. "I'm covered in corn syrup and blood," he cheerfully explained from the set of Robert Rodriguez's TV adaptation of Texican vampire bloodbath From Dusk Till Dawn .
They Rob Banks: 'Bonnie & Clyde' Adaptations To Prepare You For Sunday Night
DECEMBER 02: Emile Hirsch and Holliday Grainger attend the 'Bonnie And Clyde' series premiere at The McKittrick Hotel on December 2, 2013 in New York City.
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Herc's Seen Tonight's First Two Episodes Of Frank Darabont's New TNT Series Mob City
The TNT project writer-director Frank Darabont leapt into following his abrupt and mysterious firing from AMC's "The Walking Dead," the great-looking "Mob City" is set in postwar Los Angeles and features 1947 versions of some of the Jewish mobsters notably Meyer Lansky and Bugsy Siegel featured in the Warren Beatty vehicle "Bugsy" and in HBO's ... (more)
'Mob City' seems very familiar
Peering out over the landscape of Los Angeles, one of the characters in the new series Mob City says, "This city ... so damn beautiful ... but only from a distance ... up close, it's all gutter."
Flipping Channels: Bonnie & Clyde, Mob City a Double-Barreled Gangster Blowout
It has been almost eight decades since the violent deaths of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, and yet they remain icons of outlaw Americana.
The Star Online
View to a killing
Solid centre: In 'The Parallax View', Warren Beatty gave a strong performance as an investigative reporter whose dogged determination put him in the sights of a sinister corporation.
Albert Kriemler tends to look at art and architecture for inspiration. For Pre-Fall, he was thinking along more cinematic lines.