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Ebert Revives 'At the Movies'

0910 elvis mitchell "At the Movies," the long-running film-review show created by critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert that left the airwaves earlier this year, is back. Ebert announced through his blog that he is reviving the formerly syndicated program for public television under the title "Roger Ebert Presents At the Movies." The show will be hosted by the Associated Press' Christy Lemire and National Public Radio's Elvis Mitchell, who will employ the show's traditional thumbs up-thumbs down device. Ebert will appear in brief segments, but will not issue thumbs or debate his colleagues. the new show will begin airing next year.

Read the story at Time.

Pictured: Elvis Mitchell (Photo: Getty Images)

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