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A lying shame – The Invention of Lying review

The Invention of Lying – Starring Ricky Gervais, Jennifer Garner and Rob Lowe. Directed by Ricky Gervais and Matthew Robinson. Rated M. Originally published November 26, 2009. By Simon Miraudo. The arrival of Ricky Gervais’s cinematic directorial debut has been awaited with anticipation not unlike that reserved for the second coming of Christ. This metaphor […]

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Rudd and Galifianakis team up with Little Miss Sunshine directors

source: slashfilm.com Paul Rudd and Zack Galifianakis are set to star in Will, a new comedy penned by Demetri Martin and set to be directed by Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris. Demetri’s script was featured on the 2007 Black List, which is a recount of the most popular screenplays compiled by film executives and high-level […]

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A lying shame – The Invention of Lying

The Invention of Lying – Starring Ricky Gervais, Jennifer Garner and Rob Lowe. Directed by Ricky Gervais and Matthew Robinson. Rated M. By Simon Miraudo. The arrival of Ricky Gervais’s cinematic directorial debut has been awaited with anticipation not unlike that reserved for the second coming of Christ. This metaphor can only be considered apt […]

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Gervais and Merchant’s Cemetery Junction trailer debut!

source: rickygervais.com A (very, very early) teaser trailer for Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant‘s upcoming film Cemetery Junction, featuring comedy superstar and regular yuck-meister Ralph Fiennes has debuted online. Cemetery Junction follows a couple of twenty-something’s working as building society clerks in 1970’s Reading. Gervais has described it as a cross between The Office and […]

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No bull! The Invention of Lying trailer debuts!

source: youtube.com The long-awaited trailer for Ricky Gervais‘ cinematic directorial debut The Invention of Lying has landed online, featuring a smorgasbord of great comic actors. The film is a comic-fantasy (boy, Gervais loves those doesn’t he) about a parallel universe in which everyone always tells the truth. When a loser (Gervais) discovers the ability to […]

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