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HBO Developing The Kids Are All Right for TV

The Kids Are All Right.

Some people felt that The Kids Are All Right ended a bit abruptly, with little in the way of closure afforded to Mark Ruffalo's character. Well, HBO has every intention of picking up the slack: Deadline reports that the network has made a deal with the movie's writer-director, Lisa Cholodenko, to turn her Best Picture nominee into a television pilot that would pick up where the movie left off. But who do you cast to replace Annette Bening, Julianne Moore, and Mark Ruffalo when that movie got it so right already? [Deadline]

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