The first weekend of December features a new Bill Murray movie, some family-friendly drama, and a little grown-up comedy and action. We've got a breakdown of the week's new releases for all you entertainment-seekers.
Collaborators Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton are back with a sequel to their 2009 film 'The Collector'; but where that film felt tight, focused and atmospheric, 'The Collection' perhaps expands its world a little too much and feels a bit deflated.
Paul Thomas Anderson isn't the kind of guy to do Q&As for his films, but recently the director attended a screening of his latest work, 'The Master,' in Australia and treated audience members to a rare hour-long Q&A.
'Zero Dark Thirty' is one of the most anticipated films of the year, and we hardly need a new TV spot to get us more pumped for Kathryn Bigelow's new film. But the latest spot coincides nicely with all the positive reviews coming out of this week's early critics' screening, doesn't it?
It looks like we'll be saying goodbye to Wyatt Cenac -- the 'Daily Show' writer and correspondent has put in his notice and is leaving the show in December after four years. There's a presidential joke in here somewhere. Too bad he won't be around to find it for us.
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