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VIDEO: Queen Bee

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Length: 41:02
Aired: 3/31/2014

Becca finds out that Billy has been working undercover for Dan. Billy, Dan, and Molly must work together to save Lulu. Dan's life is put in danger by a corrupt politician: Jake. watch

VIDEO: Queen Bee [HD]

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Length: 42:00
Aired: 3/30/2014

Becca finds out that Billy has been working undercover for Dan. watch

VIDEO: Killer Women: Queen Bee

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Killer Women: Queen Bee
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Length: 41:02
Posted: 3/31/2014

Becca finds out that Billy has been working undercover for Dan. Billy, Dan, and Molly must work together to save Lulu. Dan's life is put in danger by a corrupt politician: Jake. watch

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Green Lantern: Did You Use Your Wingma
Goldeneye: Clip 1
Casino Royale Scene: Freedom Fighters
'GoldenEye' Preview (Cinemax)

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Credits

Year Title Description
2014 Killer Women TV Show Series, Executive Producer
2011 Green Lantern Movie, Director
2010 Edge Of Darkness Movie, Director
2006 Casino Royale Movie, Director
2005 The Legend Of Zorro Movie, Director

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News

Mel Gibson Ends Six-Year Movie Absence

Mel Gibson will star in Edge of Darkness as a police investigator trying to solve the murder of his daughterThe film is based on a 1985 BBC miniseries Martin Campbell directed the series and is calling the shots on the movie as wellThis is Gibsons first starring role since Signs and We Were Soldiers both of which were released in 2002 read more

Q-LESS

The upcoming Casino Royale will present a completely new version of Agent 007, and not just because it's Daniel Craig's debut. Tracing the spy's not-so-super beginnings, the franchise's 21st entry will open with a black-and-white prologue, depict James Bond's first two hits — one of which goes awry and is thus "very messy" — and show him earning his license to kill, ultimately leading to "the emotionally shut-down beautiful machine that Bond has become," director Martin Campbell told reporters this week. What's more, Royale will feature neither Q nor Moneypenny, and will employ only "a little bit of gadgetry." Sounds like Q has been replaced by Zzzzzz. read more

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