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Game of Thrones actor Peter Dinklage has starred in his share of memorable movies (The Station Agent, Death at a Funeral), and now his latest film Rememory hits Blu-ray and DVD on November 28 via Lionsgate.

The movie centers on a mysterious man named Sam Bloom (Dinklage) who attempts to solve the unexplained death of  inventor (Martin Donovan). Bloom steals the inventor’s device, which has the ability to record and play back memories, to delve into the inventor’s life, a mission that leads to unexpected consequences. Julia Ormond (Che, Sabrina) co-stars as the inventor’s wife. Late actor Anton Yelchin stars as Todd, a person whose life is negatively impacted by the device.

Rememory’s special features include audio commentary with writer/director Mark Palansky and Peter Dinklage along with a featurette titled “The Memories We Keep.”

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Goodbye Christopher Robin centers on the relationship between author A.A.Milne (Domhnall Gleeson) and his son Christopher Robin (Will Tiltson). Margot Robbie co-stars as Milne’s wife, who is tired of the country life and years for her previous life in London, while Kelly Macdonald is Olivia, a nanny who in Macdonald’s words, serves as the “heart and soul” of Christopher’s life.

With Daphne and Olivia playing the female figures in Christopher’s youth, they inevitably butt heads. Off screen,  however, the relationship between Robbie and Macdonald was just fine. “It was so good but I have to be horrible to her the whole time, which is kind of funny,” said Robbie. “Unfortunately our characters aren’t friends but off screen we had a great time together as did everyone. It was a really nice cast. It was a really nice crew and where we shot was so beautiful. It was quite perfect”

Click on the media bar to hear Robbie and Macdonald talk about what appealed to them about Goodbye Christopher Robin.

Goodbye Christopher Robin is now playing in select theaters.

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Eleven years ago, Will & Grace ended. They did a series finale, said their goodbyes, and moved on. The cast members took new jobs in movies, other TV shows, and even Broadway. Nobody expected they’d ever be coming back to their old show. So when the show was brought back to life this summer, and the cast returned to a place they thought they’d left behind forever, it had to feel a little strange, right? Except, according to Megan Mullally, it didn’t! (Click on the media bar below to hear Megan Mullally)

Will & Grace airs Thursday nights at 9/8c on NBC.

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With The Matrix franchise, Keanu Reeves helped redefine the sci-fi action genre and his career. Now he’s made another thought-provoking sci-fi film, Replicas. In the movie, he plays a scientist who tries to change the laws of nature by bringing back his family after they’re killed in a car crash. Reeves told us he was attracted to the movie because it’s the kind of story that will inspire debate about science and technology. (Click on the media bar below to hear Keanu Reeves)

Replicas will be coming to theaters next year.

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After 12 years and more than 250 episodes, it’s a little surprising that Supernatural keeps coming up with fresh stories. After all, how many demons, ghosts, monsters, and other supernatural beings are there to be hunted down? Yet, as the show starts its 13th season, star Jared Padalecki says there are still plenty of stories to tell, and there’s one in particular he’s hoping the show will tackle. (Click on the media bar below to hear Jared Padalecki)

Supernatural airs Thursday nights at 8/7c on The CW.

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Hard edged action thrillers and dramas are form fitting genres for Frank Grillo (Kingdom, Purge: Election Year) , and Wheelman is right up his alley. Tom Hardy proved he can command the screen sitting in a car with the critically acclaimed Locke, and since Wheelman has much more action than the aforementioned flick, we’re guessing this 82-minute adventure is worth checking out.

The plot centers on a getaway driver (Grillo) who may have done his last job after a bank robbery goes south, leaving him with a car filled with money and seemingly no options for survival. With criminals hot on his trail and using his family for leverage, the driver is on a race against time to figure out how he can keep his loved ones safe.

Wheelman was made by War Party, a production company formed by Grillo and director Joe Carnahan (he also directed Grillo in The Grey). Check out the trailer below and tell us what you think!

Wheelman premieres October 20 on Netflix.

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One of this year’s most powerful and inspired performances comes from Kate Nowlin in Blood Stripe, the story of a Marine vet (Nowlin) who is trying her best to acclimate to her daily life after tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. Directed by Remy Auberjonois, the feature won the Audience Award at the Austin Film Festival and the U.S. Fiction award at the LA Film Festival.

Simply known in the film as Our Sergeant (Nowlin), she finds herself in a loveless marriage (This Is Us actor Chris Sullivan is her husband) and is also suffering from PTSD. On a whim she visits the summer camp from her youth and finds gainful employment from the camp’s sole employee (Rusty Schwimmer). Though there are various characters who hover around Our Sergeant’s life, the story is mainly focused on her point of view and perceptions of reality.

“We found that the power from the beginning was staying right in her POV as much as possible,” said Nowlin. “We were tracking, in some ways, her perspective and her emotional life . . . and what she is capable of handling and where that release is and where it opens out into some peace and serenity and that where that is seized up by unpredictable threats and triggers in the world. We were going off of her as our compass and our heartbeat.”

Nowlin candidly added that the tone of the film was found during post production, as various dialogue sequences were cut. Sans any heavy handed exposition, the movie’s storytelling is often told through arresting visual compositions (the lake and surrounding wilderness play an important character in the story) and Sergeant’s laser focused physical activities. “It’s difficult to put words into these experiences,” said Nowlin, who added that a Marine Corps veteran was on set to give some valuable insight into Our Sergeant’s journey.

Click on the media bar to hear Nowlin talk about her physical preparation (she was on a strict training regimen for four months prior to production) for Blood Stripe:

Blood Stripe opens in Los Angeles Friday, October 13. For more info on the feature, go to its official site.

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SEAL TEAMWhen a TV show premieres, the producers and actors usually have their characters well defined. But in the case of SEAL Team, David Boreanaz’s lead character, Jason Hayes, is admittedly a work in progress. Boreanaz says the character is carrying a lot of baggage from personal and professional tragedies in his life, and he’s finding it a huge challenge to figure out exactly who this character is, and who he’ll become. (Click on the media bar below to hear David Boreanaz)

SEAL Team airs Wednesday nights at 9/8c on CBS.

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tellerBased on the true story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, Only The Brave might be one of the year’s most intense movies. The film, centered around the firefighters’ valiant efforts to protect a town from an historic wildfire, stars Oscar winner Jeff Bridges, Josh Brolin, and Miles Teller. Teller told us it was a difficult movie to make, because the entire cast felt a huge responsibility to portray the real-life characters as accurately as possible. (Click on the media bar below to hear Miles Teller)

Only The Brave opens in theaters on October 20.

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Still going strong in its ninth season, Modern Family continues to make audiences laugh. And that’s exactly why Julie Bowen, who stars as exasperated housewife Claire Dunphy, thinks the show has stayed successful. (Click on the media bar below to hear Julie Bowen)

Modern Family airs Wednesday nights at 9/8c on ABC.

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