March 3, 2009

SARAH SILVERMAN PROGRAM May Need Its Own Stimulus Package

It looks like no one is safe from the current economic turmoil. Sarah Silverman and crew are facing large budget cuts of their own as they head into the third season of “The Sarah Silverman Program” on Comedy Central and apparently it is not going well at all: The show’s executive producers — Silverman, Dan […]

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March 3, 2009

Keira Knightley To Star In Movie Clone About Clones: NEVER LET ME GO

Some movie ideas are worth cloning and Fox Searchlight is hoping “Never Let Me Go”, a movie about clones, is one of its own. “Never” has just signed on Keira Knightley to star in the picture which revolves around three English students who realize their boarding school is really just a holding pen until they […]

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March 2, 2009

Interview: KINGS – On-Set With Ian McShane

As part of my extended coverage in the lead up to the premiere of NBC’s “Kings” I have an on-set discussion for you with one of the series’ stars, Ian McShane. McShane plays the role of King Silas, leader of Gilboa, who takes young David (Christopher Egan) under his wing only to have his throne […]

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February 26, 2009

NEVERENDING STORY Remake – Please Don’t Do It

Please, Hollywood, stop destroying my childhood. You’ve taken almost everything I have and cranked it through the “remake machine” just to make a few bucks. Now even the distant land of Fantasia is in danger with a pending remake of The NeverEnding Story: The Kennedy/Marshall Co. (“The Curious Case of Benjamin Button”) and Leonard DiCaprio’s […]

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February 25, 2009

Michael Cera Finally Agrees To ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT Movie

Finally. Hopefully at least. Word has it that Michael Cera has finally given in and agreed to return as George Michael for the Ron Howard helmed tv-to-film movie “Arrested Development”. Inside sources close to the negotiations of the upcoming Arrested Development movie tell me that Superbad and Juno star (and before that, hello, George-Michael Bluth!) […]

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February 22, 2009

Heath Ledger Wins Best Supporting Actor Oscar

It’s official. Heath Ledger has won the 2009 Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his role as The Joker in “The Dark Knight.” Congratulations to Ledger and everyone involved in the film. His family was there onstage to accept his award which will ultimately go to his daughter, Matilda. Ledger beat out Robert Downey Jr., […]

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February 18, 2009

Wachowski Brothers Offered SUPERMAN Trilogy

Update: Looks like this rumor was simply that. But considering the popular reaction to this story, I think WB should strongly consider talking w/ the Wachowskis. Finally, a chance to fix what Singer did to the Superman franchise. The Wachowski Brothers have been offered up the man of steel’s cape to launch a brand new […]

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February 11, 2009

Katherine Heigl & TR Knight Greyed Out Of Anatomy

Katherine Heigl thinks she is a movie star because she lucked into landing a Judd Apatow movie once. TR Knight thinks he is a… trouble maker? Either way, both of Heigl and Knight have finally landed their big wish and are getting the boot from ABC’s drama “Grey’s Anatomy”: The ongoing soap opera concerning Katherine […]

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February 8, 2009

Tracy Jordan Goes Off – Caught On Tape

Not to be outdone by Christian Bale, Tracy Jordan loses his cool on the set of 30 Rock’s “TGS” and the whole thing was caught on tape. Let that be a lesson to all your cameramen out there. Yes, this was a joke.

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January 30, 2009

Top 10 Super Bowl Commercial Countdown

It’s Super Bowl weekend and to celebrate MSNBC put together their list of the top 10 all-time Super Bowl commercials. With this year’s price tag going at $3,000,000 for 30 seconds, they all better be pretty amazing. I’m looking forward to the 1-second beer commercials. Now that’s some subliminal advertising for ya. MSNBC’s Top 10 […]

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