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Click here to see: Damages In the centre of season 3 of FX's Damages is a multi-billion dollar ponzi-scheme ripped from the headlines as Martin Short and Lilly Tomlin join the cast of this award winning show that already include Golden Globe and Emmy winner Glen Close in what is already considered a cult show.
Click here to see: Human Target Entering it's eighth season Fox's mega-hit, 24, is moving it's storyline to New York City and Jack Bauer struggles between wanting to be a grandfather and saving the world once again... It will be interesting to see which side wins... You can catch the new season of 24 on Monday at 9pm.
Click here to see: Human Target After Superman and Batman it is now time for anther DC Comics character to find its way to the small screen... so welcome Human Target to the Fox network. We remember him from Boston Legal and Fringe and now Mark Valley seems to settle very comfortably into his superhero shoes.
Click here to see: NCIS After 7-seasons on the air NCIS is hitting a major milestone. Only 4 other shows on primetime today have aired more episodes than NCIS. Veteran actor Robert Wagner joins the cast for the special episode. So all we can say to NCIS is: congratulations!!!
Click here to see: Chuck NBC's Sci-Fi Comedy, Chuck, is back for a third season with new premises after Chuck was re-programmed and the veil of secrecy has been cracked. Zachary Levi fresh off-the-heals of The Chipmunks Squeakuel looks a lot fitter as we preview of the new season.
Click here to see: Amy Adams With two Oscar nominations under her belt and a first-born on his way, Amy Adams stars in the heart-felt romantic comedy, Leap Year, set in very rainy Ireland, as she talks to us about choosing her roles wisely and being forced to issue a media alert confirming her pregnancy.
Click here to see: It's Complicated Director Nancy Meyers ("Something's Gotta Give") bought a powerhouse cast together for her latest adult romantic comedy, It's Complicated, that includes Meryl Streep, Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin. Now with Golden Globe and Critics Choice nominations it is well into becoming an awards darling.
Click here to see: Nine Director Rob Marshall ("Chicago") has used up all his clout following his Oscar win to gather as many fellow Oscar winners (and some potential winners) to star in his newest Broadway adaptation for the big screen, Nine. This is visual and musical fest on screen is already garnering a lot of Oscar buzz.
Click here to see: The Chipmunks Interview They are almost 40-years-old (although you could't tell by how they are drawn) and sitting down for a human and chipmunk interview with Alvin, Simon and Theodor is a first for me too and may I add this was definitely a highlight of the year for a seasoned interviewer like Ron Jacobsohn.
Click here to see: Up In The Air This is the 223rd time a movie is made with the character of Sherlock Holmes and director, Guy Ritchie, promises an accurate portrayal by Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law as Watson. Seems like Warner Bros. liked what they saw so far, a sequel is rumored to be in the works already.
Click here to see: The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus This movie marks the last big-screen performance for the late, Heath Ledger, who died halfway through shooting the film and was replaced by three actors (Johnny Depp, Colin Farrell and Jude Law) to finish filming the movie. The result is a memorable movie that honor Ledger forever.
Click here to see: Baaria Director Giuseppe Tornatore ("Cinema Paradiso") brings this epic story of a family in Sicily spanning over seventy years based on semi-autobiographical aspects of his life. Baaria is Italy's entry this year for the Oscars and Tornatore feels nostalgic as it is 20-years since his first Oscar win.
Click here to see: Avatar Michelle Monaghan and Chris O'Donnell announced the nominees for the 16th SAG Awards. Three movies received top honors: Up in the Air, Inglourious Basterds and Precious lead the pack with 3 nods each. The SAG Awards will be broadcast live on TNT and TBS on January 23rd.
Click here to see: Avatar This is rumored to be the most expensive movie ever made with a budget of $400 Million and director James Cameroon promises an experience of a lifetime for those going to see it. And love or hate Avatar no one can argue this movie is definitely going to be a turning point in cinematic history.
Click here to see: Zachary Levi We watch him weekly on NBC's Chuck and now Zachary Levi is making his first starring role alongside those cuddly chipmunks in Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel. In this one-on-one we dispel some rumors and get an inside to one of Hollywood's rising stars.
Click here to see: Terry Gilliam Oscar nominee and ex-Monty Python, director Terry Gilliam, had the honor of directing Heath Ledger in his last role on the big screen in The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, we got to sit down with him to hear about the experience and what still drives him to make movies after so many years in the biz.
Click here to see: Did You Hear About The Morgans Hugh Grant continues his collaboration with director Marc Lawrence ("Music & Lyrics") in Did You Hear About the Morgans? as he takes along Sarah Jessica Parker as his estranged wife for the ride as escape NYC on the witness protection plan to Wyoming.
Click here to see: Golden Globes Awards The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced this years nominees for the 67th Golden Globe Awards, Up in The Air and Inglourious Basterds got the top nominations in the movie categories and Glee in the television categories. The Golden Globes will be handed out Jan. 17th, 2010
Click here to see: Critics Choice Awards The Broadcast Film Critics Association announced this years nominees for the 16th Critics Choice Movie Awards and the top nominations this year went to CGI epic, Avatar, and musical, Nine, with ten nominations each. The Critics Choice will be handed out Jan 15th, 2010.
Click here to see: Crazy Heart Jeff Bridges, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Colin Farrell star in this heartfelt country music drama about an afflicted washed-up singer trying to regain his dignity... and the nominations keep pilling up for Bridges for his very touching performance in the movie.
Click here to see: Prep & Landing ABC and Disney has started a new tradition creating a Christmas special and what better way to start off with a movie about Santa's elite unit of little helpers, Prep & Landing. We feel the people have managed to capture the essence of Christmas for a whole new generation.
Click here to see: The Hangover DVD After grossing $480-million worldwide, it is now time for The Hangover to arrive on DVD with tons of extra features to indulge on, as we caught up with the partying cast as they reminisced about coming back to the place that started it all, Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas
Click here to see: Invictus Oscar winner, Morgan Freeman, stars as newly elected president of South Africa, Nelson Mandela, who comes up with a genius idea to unite his nation with the game of Rugby in Clint Eastwood's Invictus. This is a piece of history made into a gripping epic movie that certainly touched the academy voters so far.
Click here to see: The Lovely Bones Oscar winning director, Peter Jackson, ventures into the after-life in a movie about a murdered 14-year-old girl communicating with her family to bring her murder to justice. This emotional movie is a feast for they eyes not to mention does not leave a dry eyes in the house.
Click here to see: Brothers Director Jim Sheridan brings the story of two brothers and the woman that tears them apart in this drama starring Natalie Portman, Tobey McGuire and Jake Gyllenhaal. This is most certainly the most American themed movie for the Irish director who brought us mostly stories about his homeland to the screen.
Click here to see: Brothers USA Network continues in it's quest to find the most interesting and fascinating people around in it's project "Characters Unite" moderated by Tom Brokow as we were there too...
Click here to see: Up In The Air He is considered one of Hollywood's IT man after directing The Hangover that made almost a billion dollars at the box-office and as the movie goes to DVD we caught up with Todd Phillips about what's ahead (especially about the rumored The Hangover sequel).
Click here to see: Up In The Air Oscar winner George Clooney gives a stellar performance in Up in The Air, the new dramedy by Oscar nominated director, Jason Reitman ("Juno"), about a guy employed to fly around the country to fire people in big cooperation in trouble. Clooney admitted to us he's gotten quite good in firing people...
Click here to see: Jeff Bridges He's been nominated multiple times for Oscars and Golden Globes and in his latest, Crazy Heart, Jeff Bridges is garnering again serious awards buzz portraying an inflicted aging country singer, we sat down to get gist of his life in Hollywood and if his kids will follow in his footsteps.
Click here to see: Spirit Awards Film Independent announced the nominees for the 25th Independent Spirit Awards and two movies share the top spot with 5 nominations: The Last Station which is about the last year in the life of author, Leo Tolstoy and Precious the story of an abused teen living in Harlem about to break free.
Click here to see: The Princess and the Frog In this modern spin to the classic tale of The Prince and the Frog, Disney is making history as it is their first ever animated movie set in a real place, New Orleans, as the story of The Princess and the Frog is happening in the world famous French Quarter.
Click here to see: Ninja Assassin Ninja Assassin was created as a vehicle for Jeong Ji-Hoon (aka Rain) and has potential to become the newest franchise from Matrix creator, Joel Silver, who of all places decided to shot this movie about ninjas's in pastoralic Berlin, Germany and with all of Rain's Asian fans behind him this is going to be huge.
Click here to see: The Road This movie has Oscar written all over it with Oscar winner, Charlize Theron, and Oscar nominee, Viggo Mortensen, in the cast in a epic movie about how our world might look like after an apocalyptic disaster has stricken the earth, where the only thing that would make them survive is love.
Click here to see: Old Dogs Jeong Ji-Hoon aka Rain is commonly known as the Justin Timberlake of South Korea and now he exploring new territory as he is proving worthy of a Hollywood career as the lead in the new action flick, Ninja Assassin, by über-producer, Joel Silver ("Matrix").
Click here to see: Old Dogs Robin Williams and John Travolta star in this family comedy from Disney, the premiere was an all-family event for the Travolta's as John, Kelly (Preston) and daughter, Ella star together in this flick and at least for one night seemed to be happy together as a family..
Click here to see: Gary Sinise Most people know Gary Sinise as a very talented actor, however it seems his real passion lies with his music and he 'Dan Band' that travels the world and tries to do only good. You can of course continue to catch Gary every Wednesday on CSI: NY on CBS.
Click here to see: Old Dogs It took almost a year but the wait is over, the Twilight Saga continues with New Moon and we were at the World Premiere in Westwood attended by almost 30,000 fans and three of the hottest young Hollywood names: Kristin, Robert and Taylor as we start counting down for the release of Eclipse.
Click here to see: Old Dogs Dwayne Johnson, Jessica Biel, Gary Oldman and legendary comedian, John Cleese lend their voices to this new Sony Studios animated feature about an upside-down world where humans are actually considered aliens in Planet 51, proving not everything in life is as it really looks like.
Click here to see: Old Dogs NBC-Universal continues in it's annual tradition of creating one of the biggest public campaigns to educate viewers to be green through all its media outlets and spokes celebrities. The campaign is happening simultaneously on all of NBC-Universal's cable channels.
Click here to see: Old Dogs This is the ninth year this very sexy fashion show is making its way to prime-time television and supermodel Heidi Klum is the master of ceremony once again as she shows off her trimmed down body less than 2-month after giving birth to baby number four, Lou Sulola Samuel.
Click here to see: Old Dogs Oscar winning Director Pedro Almodóvar's latest flick, Broken Embraces, star two of Spain's leading actors, Luis Homar and Blanca Portillor, who came to Hollywood (for their first tine in their life) to promote their new movie and talk about their prolific director.
Click here to see: Old Dogs After grossing $400-million at the box-office worldwide, it is now time for JJ Abrams's Star Trek to arrive on DVD and we were there as the cast partied at Los Angeles's Griffith Observatory as we talked to Zachary Quinto, John Cho and of course, JJ Abrams.
Click here to see: Old Dogs The gang from FX's It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia created a unique Christmas special taking their humor a notch higher than what they are allowed to show on Television and the result is: A Very Sunny Christmas, which is definitely not your average holiday special and not for the faint of heart...
Click here to see: Old Dogs Based on the classic children's book by Roald Dahl, this is director Wes Anderson's first attempt in stop-animation and with George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Jason Schwartzman, Owen Wilson and Bill Murray in his voice-cast he really can't go wrong...
Click here to see: Adam Lambert Hard to grasp that Adam Lambert was not the winner of American Idol, however as expected he is the one everyone remembers as he works on his first solo album and sings on the 2012 soundtrack. We got to sit down with him at his first junket interview day.
Click here to see: 2012 Like the Millennium Bug now everyone is worried if the 2012 prophecy is going to come true. Director Roland Emmerich has made that into yet another disaster movie about the end of the world. We met John Cusack, Amanda Peet and Oliver Platt at the premiere to get a confession on what they think about the end of the world.
Click here to see: Jason Schwartzman Jason Schwartzman was literally born in to Hollywood royalty (his mom is a Coppola), however he claims in this one-on-one interview that his parents were surprised when he told them he wanted to become an actor, now he is voicing his first animated feature in Fantastic Mr. Fox.
Click here to see: Old Dogs Twenty-years-ago, John Cusack, was already a big star in one of the hottest romantic teen comedy, Say Anything, however with 2012 he is transcending into a new to a new height in his career not only with a caliber of movies he stars in but also the salary he will demand.
Click here to see: Old Dogs It has been heralded as "one of the best movies of 2009" and it most certainly not leave a dry eye in the house and now everyone is buzzing about Oscar nominations for Precious as producer Oprah Winfrey and Tyler Perry are doing everything in their power everyone hears about this movie.
Click here to see: A Christmas Carol This is the 13th time that the Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol makes his way to the big screen. In this Disney CGI version directed by Robert Zemeckis we find Jim Carrey as Scrooge in what people call the most loyal adaptation to the original story as we found out at the premiere.
Click here to see: Old Dogs This is a fictionalized version of the story about the real-life U.S. Army's First Earth Battalion. Ewan McGregor is a reporter that investigates a guy who claims to be a former member of the battalion and exposes his unique abilities as portrayed by George Clooney...
Click here to see: Salt We will have to wait until July 2010 to see Angelina Jolie perform her own stunts in her next flick, Salt, however Sony Pictures has given us a teaser of what to expect in this spy drama directed by Phillip Noyce. This is Angelina Jolie's first movie since last years sleeper hit, Wanted.
Click here to see: Thie League This new sitcom from the people behind Curb Your Enthusiasm brings the story of a group of guys who create their own fantasy football league that take over their lives, The League, which is premiering on the FX Network which is slowly but surly becoming the home of the "risqué" sitcoms on TV.
Click here to see: This Is It The much hyped final curtain call for Michael Jackson on the big-screen has become a global event as the movie is released around the world at the same time, we attended the Hollywood premiere to find out how tinseltown says farewell to one of it's icons.
Click here to see: Old Dogs Jennifer Coolidge is probably the funniest character actress on both the small and the big screen in Hollywood, from her monumental 'Stifler's mom" in the American Pie franchise to the Christopher Guest, she proves in this interview she never stops to make people smile.
Click here to see: Horror Flicks Halloween is perfect time of year to get scared so we went out and polled the internet to find out which are the top-10 Horror Franchises of all times to make the choice for you easier to pick up the perfect DVD for you to get scared with.
Click here to see: Adam Goldberg Hard to believe he has been an actor for twenty years, we know him best from his stints on Friends and big Hollywood productions like Saving Private Ryan. Today, Adam Goldberg, is choosing his roles according to what inspires him as an artist like his latest, (Untitled)
Click here to see: Saw VI In the sixth installment of Saw the producers promise us some kind of closure as for the origin of Jigsaw, just don't expect a perfect ending because that might ruin the fact that two more movies in the franchise are already in the works. Jigsaw is here to stay...
Click here to see: Astro Boy Japanese comic character, Astro Boy, is getting a Hollywood movie. With a dream voice cast that includes Freddie Highmore, Nicolas Cage, Emmanuel Levy and Kristin Bell this story of a scientist who after he loses his son in a tragic accident creates a robot in his sons image who becomes a super-hero with a golden heart.
Click here to see: The New Adventures of Old Christine CBS's The New Adventures of Old Christine is welcoming a new and familiar face, it is Eric McCormack of Will & Grace's fame who is joining the show for a multi-episode arc. From the love fest that we hear is going on the set of the show McCormack might have found a new permanent job.
Click here to see: Million Dollar Listing Josh Flagg, Madison Hildebrand and Chad Rogers are back in selling their multi million properties in Bravo's Million Dollar Listing and they don't really seem to care we are in a recession. The melodrama those three create keep audiences coming back week after week.
Click here to see: The Biggest Loser Wii Game After capturing audiences on NBC and producing a whole line of merchandising now The Biggest Loser is becoming a video game on the wii console to whip us into shape in this interactive game you can actually play while watching the show.
Click here to see: Law Abiding Citizen Gerard Butler is producing his first movie ever in Law Abiding Citizen in which he co-stars with Oscar winner, Jamie Foxx, about two men on opposite tracks of the law fighting it out for justice in this thriller that will keep you at the edge of your seats.
Click here to see: Matthew Modine It is hard to grasp that screen icon (and sex symbol), Matthew Modine, is already 50-years-old. His latest flick, Opa!, takes him to Greece and an archeological expedition. In our conversation we tap into what makes him love being an actor after so many years.
Click here to see: 30 Rock Season 4 This show has it all: the notoriety, the critically acclaim, the awards and a network who sees it as the jewel in the crown... now lets hope 30 Rock will continue strong into season 4. Let's face it with three season and three Emmy's for Best Comedy the track record for this show is pretty awesome.
Click here to see: Couples Retreat This all-star cast comedy that includes Vince Vaughn, Jon Favreau and Kristin Bell centers around four mid-western couples venture on a tropical-island resort in Bora-Bora for a vacation unassuming it will make or break their relationships.
Click here to see: An Education Peter Sarsgaard proves even Yankees can get away portraying British gentlemen in this May to December romantic movie about a young girl and a much older guy, An Education. At the premiere we also met first time leading lady, Carey Mulligan, almost fainting at her first ever Hollywood outing.
Click here to see: Let's Make a Deal Since 1963 audiences fell in-love with game show, Let's Make a Deal, and now CBS (after the demise of Guiding Light) is relaunching the show with Wayne Brady from Las Vegas. And we all know what they say: What happens in Vegas.... stays in Vegas.
Click here to see: Peter Sarsgaard Peter Sarsgaard has portrayed everything from harsh, loving, to disturbing dark-edged characters despite his boyish looks and in his latest, An Education, he continues in this tradition. He was nominated for a Golden Globe and a Critics Choice and we all know its just a matter of time we'll see him at the Oscars.
Click here to see: Michael Sheen He has made a name for himself portraying real-life people in movies like in The Queen and Frost/Nixon and Michael Sheen makes no exception to that rule in his latest flick, The Damned United. In this interview we talk about his relationship with screenwriter, Peter Morgan and his 9-year-old daughter following in his footsteps.
Click here to see: Three Rivers CBS is adding the only medical drama on the network, Three Rivers. The show revolves around organ donors and the lives of the people who receive the gift of life because of them. The show comes from executive producer Carol Barbee who has brought us shows like Jericho, Swingtown and Judging Amy.
Click here to see: The Invention of Lying It's no secret that Ricky Gervais is one of the comedic icons of our generation, now he is venturing into virgin territory for him as he is also directing, The Invention of Lying, taking some of Hollywood's funniest people along for the ride in a comedy about a world where everyone can only tell the truth.
Click here to see: Zombieland The British Shawn of the Dead started this new genre, horror-zombie-comedy, and now Hollywood is following suit in the hilarious, Zombieland. Woody Harrelson and Jessi Eisenberg on a quest to clean the world of zombies bring one of the falls funniest movies.
Click here to see: Whip It! If Fox Searchlight decides to release a flick at the beginning of Awards Season academy voters should pay attention as their track record shows they know exactly what they are doing... remember Slumdog Millionaire, Juno or Little Miss Sunshine... this year it's Drew Barrymore's directorial debut Whip It!
Click here to see: trauma Michael Moore is returning to the big screen with a new documentary about the banking and financial system in America, a movie he claims was 20-years in the making for him.
Click here to see: Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU is casting big name guest stars on the show weekly. They already had this season Wenworth Miller and Christine Lahti and this week its Eric McCormick's turn.
Click here to see: trauma Actor/Director/Producer, Peter Berg, a graduate of a medical drama himself, Chicago Hope, convinced NBC to let him produce a new medical drama with a twist... adding a lot of action that you would usually only see on the big screen, the result the Monday night drama Trauma.
Click here to see: Old Dogs Audrey Tautou best known for her performance in the Oscar winning, Amelie, and The Da Vinci Code (in which she co-starred with Tom Hanks) however these days everyone is talking about her heartfelt portrayal of the legendary French designer in Coco Before Chanel.
Click here to see: Surrogates Bruce Willis returns to the big screen in this sci-fi thriller about a world where everyone has a robot in his image doing the dirty work for them but then one day all that is going to backfire on humanity. Is Willis up for the task to save us all?.
Click here to see: Fame Thirty years after the original Fame captured the world a new generation cast will try to be a smash success so that we... remember their name... as the theme song so clearly says.
Click here to see: Brothers Fox's new hit in the making in Brothers, a sitcom about a former NFL star moving home to make his family whole again. We got a behind the scenes glimpse of the show as we went on set and met with its stars including ex-NFLer, Michael Strahan.
Click here to see: Mercy After 15-years it is time for a new medical drama to capture NBC. Mercy was chosen and many predict it is definitely a keeper.
Click here to see: NCIS: Los Angeles Chris O'Donnell is becoming a tough guy in CBS's newest franchise, NCIS: Los Angeles, the certainly looks the part, now its up to the viewers to decide.
Click here to see: NCIS: Los Angeles First he was a rapper, then a movie star and now LL Cool J is gearing up to be Chris O'Donnell's sidekick on CBS's newsiest franchise, NCIS: Los Angeles.
Click here to see: Love Happens She has been in love with Ben Affleck, Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn and let's not forget David Schwimmer and now Jennifer Aniston is falling for Aaron Eckhart in Love Happens.
Click here to see: Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs This is probably the tastiest movie around and with a voice-cast that includes Bill Hader, Anna Faris, Andy Samberg and 80's icon, Mr. T, its definitely worth checking out, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.
Click here to see: Curb your Enthusiasm This is shaping up to be one of the biggest events of this fall season, the Seinfeld reunion on Curb Your Enthusiasm. It's the first time the entire original cast of Seinfeld is in one screen since the show went off-the-air eleven years ago.
Click here to see: Community Chevy Chase is returning to the network that launched his career, NBC, in the new Thursday sitcom, Community, about of group of adults trying to make a go at it to go back to college. And with E!'s Joel McHale as a sidekick this is bound to be funny.
Click here to see: Fringe Fringe became a ratings powerhouse for Fox after only one season, now as it is gearing to return for its sophomore season the producers promise that whatever we have seen so far on the show will pale compared to what's still in store.
Click here to see: The Beautiful Life Executive producer, Ashton Kutcher, brings to The CW a show about the life that he has known when he started his career as a model many years ago. Mischa Barton and Corbin Bleu highlight this easy-on-the-eye cast of The Beautiful Life.
Click here to see: Kate Beckinsale She has build herself a reputation as a action heroin, however in this one-on-one you'll see a very different Kate Beckinsale.
Click here to see: Fringe DVD After a successful first season on Fox now comes the DVD-set that includes over 7-hours of bonus materials and commentary that will make sense to all this new mythology terms that the show has created.
Click here to see: NBC Fall NBC is cutting it's primetime to only two hours of original shows as its making space for the new Jay Leno show to occupy the 10pm time slot five nights a week.Two Law & Order's, Heroes, The Office and 30 Rock are all coming back for another season.
Click here to see: CBS Fall CBS is making NCIS into a franchise as Medium jumped ship to its Friday night lineup in the fall. Julianna Margulies, Jenna Elfman and Chris O'donnell are among the faces on CBS in the fall.
Click here to see: ABC Fall ABC is adding the most new shows this fall, among the fresh faces of the network are Kelsey Grammer, Courtney Cox, Joseph Finnes, Patricia Heating and Ed O'Neal. Desperate Housewives, Brothers & Sisters, Grey's Anatomy and Lost are all returning as well.
Click here to see: Fox Fall Glee is already shaping up to be the new show to beat as its getting all the buzz when it debuts on the Fox fall schedule. Bones, Fringe and The Simpsons are among the returning shows.
Click here to see: CW Fall After the successful reinvention of 90210, The CW is bringing back yet another Aaron Spelling show, Melrose Place, in the fall. Gossip Girl, 90210, Supernatural and Smallville are also all still back for a new season
Click here to see: The Vampire Diaries The CW launches The Vampire Diaries which is aimed at the Twilight die-hards about vampire brothers fighting it out for the love of the innocent all-American girl.
Click here to see: Glee Glee has become the most hyped fall show even before it premiered, Ryan Murphy has a proven track record after Nip/Tuck and Fox is sure it has a new hit on his hands.
Click here to see: All About Steve For the second time this summer Sandra Bullock stars and produces a romantic comedy... could it be that we can't get enough of her? In All About Steve she is taking Bradley Cooper and Thomas Haden Church for the ride.
Click here to see: Sons of Anarchy Sons of Anarchy is coming back for a 2nd season on FX as the cast and crew celebrated the 1st seasons DVD release on the red carpet on the Paramount lot.
Click here to see: Halloween II Rob Zombie is returning to his favorite franchise in this sequel that picks up exactly where Halloween left off almost two years ago.
Click here to see: Thirtysomething DVD 18-years after Thirtysomething went off-the-air it is back for the first time on DVD, we got to talk to people who made this show a phenomena at the premiere party.
Click here to see: Accidentally on Purpose Jenna Elfman returns to primetime on CBS's Accidentally on Purpose (premiering September 21st) about a single woman accidentally getting pregnant on a one-night-stand.
Click here to see: The Good Wife Julianna Margulies portrays a scorned wife of a corrupt politician (Chris Noth) that has to re-invent herself once her husband is indicted in The Good Wife which premieres September 22nd on CBS.
Click here to see: Inglourious Basterds Brad Pitt and Quentin Tarantino collaborating on the same movie is got to be a movie that will spore a lot interest as we saw the premiere where hundreds of fans were waiting for Brad and Angelina..
Click here to see: Shorts This Robert Rodriguez's first family flick since Spy Kids and his fantasy world in this one will blow you away, as an 11-year-old gets to rule what's going to happen with a magical stone.
Click here to see: Spread Ashton Kutcher stars and produces this indie flick about a guy who sleeps his way through Hollywood. Don't worry wifey, Demi Moore, is also involved.
Click here to see: GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra This movie has been 45-years in the making, since Hasbro introduced the GI Joe action figures in 1964... $170 million later this is a beginning of a new Hollywood franchise in Rise of Cobra.
Click here to see: Rachel Zoe Project After a successful first season of her reality show on Bravo, celebrity stylist, Rachel Zoe, is back for another spin as her ego has gotten even more inflated.
Click here to see: Anna Paquin She was the girl who won an Oscar at 11-years-old, now at 27 she has become a sex symbol (and a Golden Globe winner) through her HBO hit show, True Blood, we sit down for a one-on-one with Anna Paquin.
Click here to see: Julie & Julia When Julie Powell started her cooking challenge based on the book of recipes by Julia Child she most likely did not foresee that this one day is going to be the basis for the first motion picture based on a blog.
Click here to see: Funny People When Adam Sandler met Judd Apatow the appropriate thing to happen was: Funny People. Two of Hollywood's funniest people are collaborating and everyone is anxious to see how the result will look like.
Click here to see: Doris Roberts Five-time Emmy winner, Doris Roberts, is transformed into a kung-fu grandma in Aliens in the Attic and she is loving every second of it at 78 .
Click here to see: Paper Heart Comedian Charlyne Yi created this hybrid docu-drama about the age long enigma, what is love, as she talks to professionals, celebrities and people on the street to get her answer.
Click here to see: Adam Sandler They were roommates back when no one knew who Adam Sandler and Judd Apatow were, now they get to collaborate in a major motion picture, Funny People.
Click here to see: More to Love 26-year-old, Luke Conley, proves once again that love can come in any size on the new Fox reality show by the creator of the Bachelorette.
Click here to see: G-Force Über producer, Jerry Bruckheimer, is doing something he has never done before: a kids movie in 3-D and with those cuddly guinea-pigs this looks like a winning formula.
Click here to see: Orphan Freaky kids are the most scariest ones in movie and "Ester" might top them all in the new flick, Orphan.
Click here to see: Ugly Truth Gerald Butler giving Katherine Heigel love advise... this one has chick flick written all over it, The Ugly Truth.
Click here to see: The Storm NBC is bringing back the disaster genre in The Storm a new mini-series which also managed to get back to prime-time Luke Perry and James Van Der Beek.
Click here to see: Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince As the end is drawing closer to the Harry Potter franchise, with the release of the sixth movie, not only wizardry is ragging at Hogarth but also hormones.
Click here to see: 500 Days of Summer This indie romantic comedy is giving a very new spin on the genre of romantic comedies where the boy does not end up with the love of his life... Does that sound familiar???
Click here to see: Nicolas Cage Oscar winner, Nicolas Cage, is lending his voice to a mole in his new flick, G-Force, as we chat with him about encouraging his kids to be creative.
Click here to see: Transformers Revenge of the Fallen The anticipation for the Transformers sequel is extremely high as fans around the world are waiting to see if Revenge of the Fallen can live up to its predecessor.
Click here to see: Disneys Friends for Change Miley Cyrus and the Jonas Brothers headline this new campaign by the Disney Channel to encourage our youngsters to be environmentally conscience. And with the Million Dollar donation that Disney is giving to the right causes it is important everyone will get involved in this project.
Click here to see: Bruno He has made a career of shocking people, three years ago he concurred the world with Borat and now it is time for Sacha Baron Cohen to introduce Bruno on he his quest to be become a celebrity.
Click here to see: Entourage As the six season of Entourage debuts on HBO, it is safe to say there is no celebrity who doesn't want to guest star on the show for a chance to poke fun of themselves.
Click here to see: Ray Romano After four years on a self enforced hiatus (and maybe some boredom), Ray Romano is now back in Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs.
Click here to see: Public Enemies In Public Enemies, director Michael Mann has proven his winning formula works as he managed to cast in one movie Johnny Depp, Christian Bale and Oscar winner, Marion Cotillard.
Click here to see: Sandra Bullock These days its much harder to get Sandra Bullock to make a movie as she is by far more interested in her new life as a restaurant and bakery owner in Austin, Texas and her great love for architecture.

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