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Caryn James

My Talk With Hugh Laurie and Catherine Keener About 'The Oranges'

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  • October 2, 2012 1:01 PM
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My more suspicious friends might think I only did this interview to look into Hugh Laurie’s blue eyes – but who’s to say you can’t have many motives for one thing?  Like talking to Laurie and Catherine Keener about The Oranges, a gutsy little film that turns a thoroughly inappropriate romance into a genial comedy grounded in reality.

Still Lying: How "House" Ended The Series

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  • May 22, 2012 12:19 AM
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It would not  be true to the spirit of House to get all sappy at the end – the show didn’t and there’s no reason for us to either. Most of the series’ last hour seemed bizarrely off, not like House at all as he sat in a burning building, visited by the ghosts and hallucinations of friends, employees and cast members past, apparently suicidal enough to stay there. Was Hugh Laurie’s House ever so passive before?

Watch Clips From J.J.Abrams and Other NBC Fall Shows. What Looks Best?

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  • May 13, 2012 9:48 PM
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J.J.Abrams and Giancarlo Esposito go post-Apocalyptic, Jesse Spencer post-House fights fires in Chicago, and Matthew Perry tries again as a widowed sportscaster, in NBC’s fall series This week all the networks parade their new-season stars on stage for advertisers in their noisy Upfront extravaganzas, but they no longer even pretend to keep the schedules secret until then. NBC, whose Upfront happens Monday morning, has posted clips from its fall shows. Here are glimpses of the best.

Robert Downey and Jude Law in Joyful, Sparkling Sherlock Holmes

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  • December 14, 2011 10:53 AM
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Poor Watson, a smart guy fated to look dim next to his brilliant best friend, Sherlock, and often underused on screen the way Robert Sean Leonard is as Wilson on House (as the series’ creator has often said, Wilson is Watson to House’s Holmes).  The bright twist in Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows is that Jude Law’s devoted yet savvy Watson is at least as important as Robert Downey’s smartass Holmes.

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