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'Pain And Gain' Poster: Mark Wahlberg & Dwayne Johnson Will Pump You Up (PHOTO)

Christopher Rosen | 20 September 2012 | Entertainment
There are no robots in "Pain and Gain," which makes it unlike any Michael Bay film since "Bad Boys II" in 2003. (All right, maybe "The Island" didn't technically have robots, but clones count!) Based on a series of Miami New Times by Pete Collins, the film follows...

James Gandolfini Returns To HBO With New Show And More Casting News

Jaimie Etkin | 20 September 2012 | TV
James Gandolfini is heading back to HBO with a new series, "Criminal Justice," according to The Hollywood Reporter. Gandolfini will star in the New York-set crime drama, based on Peter Moffat's 2008 BBC series of the same name. Steven Zaillian ("Schindler's List") and Richard Price ("The...

'Innocence Of Muslims' Actress Cindy Lee Garcia Sues YouTube, Producer

Kia Makarechi | 19 November 2012 | Entertainment
LOS ANGELES — An actress who appears in the anti-Muslim film trailer that has sparked riots in the Middle East is suing the filmmaker for fraud and slander, and is asking a judge to order YouTube to take down the clip. Cindy Lee Garcia's lawsuit filed Wednesday in Los Angeles...

Madonna & Benny Benassi Tease 'Girl Gone Wild' Video From MDNA Tour

Kia Makarechi | 19 November 2012 | Entertainment
When you're a pop star of Madonna's stature, you get to call in any number of favors. Like having progressive house superstar Benny Benassi produce your single, "Girl Gone Wild," and open for you in Abu Dhabi. Benassi and Madonna have a long history together. The Italian Stallion remixed...

Jeanne Tripplehorn On 'Criminal Minds,' 'New Girl' And More

Leigh Weingus | 25 September 2012 | TV
Jeanne Tripplehorn is best known for her leading role as sister wife Barb on HBO's "Big Love," but the actress is dipping her toes in something entirely different from polygamy these days. Tripplehorn is portraying Alex Blake, a linguistics expert who joins the Behavioral Analysis Unit on the...

Ryan Gosling Orders A Cheeseburger, 'Drive' Style (VIDEO)

Kia Makarechi | 19 September 2012 | Entertainment
Apropos of nothing, a fun little Ryan Gosling-inspired cartoon popped up on YouTube. But it's a slow news day, and the video perfectly encapsulates the biggest problem with "Drive," the tense and at times sclerotic crime movie starring Gosling as a mostly mute auto repairman with a dangerous side job....

London Fashion Week Spring 2013's Most Outrageous Moments (PHOTOS)

Sarah Leon | 2 October 2012 | Style
While we love seeing all the exciting, innovative ensembles on the runway and in the front row, sometimes London Fashion Week's most memorable moments are indeed its most outrageous. There was the appearance of One Direction stud Harry Styles at Burberry Prorsum (could that...

The Printorium Offers Harry Potter Maps, Magazines, Newspaper Prints

Andrew Losowsky | 19 September 2012 | Books
The Printorium is an online store like no other. Miraphora Mina and Eduardo Lima were graphic designers for ten years on the Harry Potter films, responsible for the incredibly detailed publications, maps, posters and other fake-print ephemera that made the movies' world feel so real. And now...

Neanderthals Wore Feathers As Ornamentation, Bird Fossil Study Suggests

Jacqueline Howard | 19 September 2012 | Science
By: Megan Gannon, News Editor Published: 09/18/2012 04:28 PM EDT on LiveScience A new analysis of bird bones at Neanderthal sites suggests our extinct human cousins adorned themselves with dark feathers plucked from vultures, jackdaws, eagles and other species. The study is the latest to...

'Top Chef: Seattle' Premiere Date Set For November, Wolfgang Puck Joins Judging Panel

Leigh Weingus | 19 September 2012 | TV
The "Top Chef" gang is cooking up a storm in the Pacific Northwest! The Seattle-based 10th season will officially premiere on Wed., Nov. 7 at 10 p.m. ET on Bravo, featuring renowned chef Wolfgang Puck as a new judge. "Who would have ever known that this quirky...

Ben Folds Five & 'The Sound Of The Life Of The Mind': Band Reunites For First Album In 13 Years

Kia Makarechi | 19 November 2012 | Entertainment
NEW YORK — Until his epiphany in a photographer's darkroom, Ben Folds used to have nightmares about a reunion with his old group, Ben Folds Five. Seriously. He'd dream of getting ready for a gig and being whisked away to a theater where Robert Sledge and Darren Jessee were waiting...

Literature's Greatest Family Talent

Alice E. Vincent | 6 December 2012 | UK Culture
As everybody knows, genes are something a family can’t help but share; and they can be a totally mixed bag. For some talented families, however, genetics are the key to success and fortune. And we’re not just talking about those with heavenly good looks. Whether it’s a result...

Chris Moyles Set For Role As King Herod In 'Jesus Christ Superstar' Musical - Can He Prove His Critics Wrong?

Sarah Dean | 19 September 2012 | UK Entertainment
Former Radio 1 breakfast DJ Chris Moyles makes his debut as King Herod in the stage version of Lord Andrew Lloyd-Webber's revamped Jesus Christ Superstar on Friday. Pictures taken of the boisterous star during rehearsals this week show his physical transformation for the role - slicked-back hair and he's had...

Obama On Anti-Islam Film Creator: 'A Shadowy Character'

Kia Makarechi | 19 September 2012 | Entertainment
NEW YORK -- President Barack Obama says the man behind an anti-Islam movie that ignited violence across the Middle East is a "shadowy character." U.S. officials blame the film in part for the violence in Libya, where U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans were killed. The White House...

Salman Rushdie On Daily Show (VIDEO)

Zoë Triska | 19 September 2012 | Books
Last night Salman Rushdie was on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart to talk about his new memoir "Joseph Anton," the fatwa against him, and the goings on in the Middle East. Jon Stewart opens the interview by asking Rushdie to describe the day (it was Valentine's...

New 'Hobbit' Trailer: 'An Unexpected Journey' Wows (VIDEO)

Christopher Rosen | 19 September 2012 | Entertainment
It's almost time to head back to Middle-earth. To celebrate Tolkien Week, Warner Bros. has released a brand-new trailer for "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey," the first of three films from director Peter Jackson. As J.R.R. Tolkien fans know, Tolkien Week is built around Sept. 22, better known as Hobbit...

Arnold Schwarzenegger's 'Total Recall' Memoir Gets Snazzy Trailer (VIDEO)

Christopher Rosen | 19 September 2012 | Entertainment
In the new trailer for Arnold Schwarzenegger's memoir, the 65-year-old actor says no one would believe his life if it were a movie. He's not kidding. Schwarzenegger started his career as a body builder, then became Hollywood's biggest star, and, later, was elected as governor of California. Even Frank Capra...

Jason Ritter On 'Parenthood,' Working With Lauren Graham

Leigh Weingus | 19 September 2012 | TV
Although Jason Ritter nabbed an Emmy nomination for his portrayal of Lauren Graham's now-fiance on "Parenthood," there was a time when the prospect of working with the "Gilmore Girls" actress terrified him. "I remember I was really nervous before I started working with her,"

'Ask A Curator Day' 2012 Invites The Public To Test Art Experts (SLIDESHOW)

Katherine Brooks | 19 September 2012 | Arts
Have you ever wandered around a great art exhibition and just felt like you could be best buds with whomever thoughtfully chose those works of art? That you'd just love to sit that curator down and ask him or her all about the paintings and sculptures that you can't live...

Clint Eastwood: 'Expendables 3' Not In Future (VIDEO)

Christopher Rosen | 19 September 2012 | Entertainment
Back in August, before Clint Eastwood became famous for talking with a chair, "Expendables" producer Avi Lerner told Total Film that the upcoming third "Expendables" film (yep) would have a spot for the erstwhile Dirty Harry. “We’ve approached Clint Eastwood to be one of the guys,...
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