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'Dancing With The Stars' Season 20 Premiere
The new season of "Dancing With The Stars" kicked off with some impressive routines.
30 Years In The Making: Robert Duvall's New Film
The Oscar winning star reveals why it took so long to get this one on the screen.
Going to the Movies? Watch Out Who You Take Along
Movies can recreate history in a convincing way, leaving us with vivid memories of events that helped shape our lives. Even if they never really happened. "For millions of people the way Jesse Eisenberg played the role of Mark Zuckerberg became Mark Zuckerberg," according to cognitive psychologist
Potter Movie Saga Matures With Prisoner of Azkaban
They're ba-a-a-ck! It's year three at Hogwarts for Harry, Hermione and Ron and what is new is the film's director. Alfonso Cuarón takes over for Chris Columbus, who moves up to producer. I wish he'd found Cuarón so I could call him a "Christopher Columbus discovery," but Cuarón did direct 2001's Y
Manhattan Turns Emerald on St. Pat's Day
Manhattan: the other Emerald Isle. Yes, it's a long, long way from Tipperary. No, St. Patrick never drove the snakes out of Times Square. But every March, a touch of Ireland descends across Manhattan, converting it into Dublin on the Hudson. From the top of the Empire State Building, swathed in
Top 10 for 2002
As the year ends and we reflect on all that's transpired, it's easy to forget the Hollywood follies. Yet when I consider all that has gone on in La-La Land, it warms the cockles of my TV-shaped heart. But I will say one thing: Thank goodness this year is almost Oh-Ho-Ho-ver! This year has been
Put on Your Wizard Robes: Harry's Back
The new book isn't out yet, but Harry Potter fans are donning their wizard robes and lining up to see the second movie in the series, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. The year since the release of the first movie, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, has been an eventful one for Harry's
Are Coke and Harry Potter an Unhealthy Alliance?
They love to see millions of schoolchildren devouring the Harry Potter book series, but the thought of those same kids guzzling cans of Coca-Cola has a group of health advocates all stirred up. Coca-Cola reportedly paid Warner Bros. $150 million for exclusive global marketing rights to the upcoming
'Potter's' Harris Rants Against Cruise, Madonna
Don't confuse cantankerous Irish actor Richard Harris with the kind school headmaster he plays in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone or the wise emperor he played in Gladiator. While in London for the premiere of the much-anticipated first Potter film, in which he plays Dumbledore, the
Potter to Work 'Interactive Magic'
A British computer games firm, Electronic Arts, said today it had won the worldwide rights to develop games based on the wildly popular Harry Potter series of childrens books. The company, based in Chertsey and listed on Nasdaq, said it had also secured the rights to develop and publish Harry