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Variety’s Picks: Robin Thicke, Coffee Town, Anna Kendrick, ‘Sherlock Files,’ More

Variety selects the videos (below), games, apps, books, music and more (photo gallery, above) you should know about each week.

Coffee Town (CollegeHumor.com)

The popular humor site recruited “Arrested Development” scribe Brad Copeland to write and direct, and TV stars like Glenn Howerton, Steve Little and Adrianne Palicki to star in its first feature, the irreverent and profane story of a man who uses his neighborhood coffee shop as his personal office:

The Snoozeroom (FunnyorDie.com)

Video recaps are stealing the thunder from blog recaps, as shown by this incisive weekly lampoon of the HBO show everyone loves to hatewatch. “Sorkin knows women. Our hair always reflects our mood,” deadpans co-host Kellynn to co-host Johnny:

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Robin Thicke – “Blurred Lines”

Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros

Anna Kendrick – “Cups (When I’m Gone)”


Lauren Beukes “The Shining Girls” (Mulholland Books)

Guy Adams “The Sherlock Files” (It Books)

Rona Edwards, Monika Skerbelis “The Complete Filmmaker’s Guide to Film Festivals” (Michael Wiese Prods.)


Rush Bros. (Digital Tribe Games)

Fuse (Electronic Arts; Insomniac Games)

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