Week in Review: Little Miss Sunshine, Scoop, Peter Krause

little miss sunshineTaking a look back at some of the better film and television finds from the past week:

In film happenings, Cinematical talks to the directors and some of the cast at the press junket for Little Miss Sunshine, which¬† opens on July 26th. The New York Times has a review of Michael Haneke’s (Cache’) 1994 film, 71 Fragments of a Chronology of Chance, which is available now on DVD. Unsure about whether to see A Scanner Darkly? Maybe watching the first 24 minutes for free will help you decide one way or the other. Or what about an early review of Woody Allen’s Scoop?

Television wise, Peter Krause (Six Feet Under) will make his next television appearance on the Sci-Fi channel’s miniseries,The Lost Room later this year. TV guide questions Jeremy Piven on how Ari Gold’s world in Entourage compares to real life Hollywood shenanigans. For those who can’t get enough John Krasinski, and I know you’re out there, Give Me My Remote has some archived videos of him on the talk show circuit, and is also planning an interview of their own with Office mate Rainn Wilson. Finally, TV Squad has an in depth preview of ABC’s fall lineup here.

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