Discovery Channel’s first scripted mini-series paints adventures in the Klondike Gold Rush of the 1890s. But can Klondike compete with Mad Men and Game of Thrones?
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There’s a reason Christian Bale’s face always seems to fit perfectly in the frame when brawling in Batman. At Cinematic Fight Studio, actors learn to take a punch while looking good.
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