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Bill Murray To Voice Baloo In Upcoming 'Jungle Book' Film

August 2nd, 2014 9:26am EDT
Bill Murray
Bill Murray has been cast as the voice of the loveable black bear Baloo in the upcoming adatation of the classic Disney masterpiece. Baloo is well known for his carefree nature, his antics and endearing laziness. He's all about the 'Bare Necessities' - and we're interested to know if Bill Murray will be piping up to sing the classic Disney tune.

Bill Murray's casting of Baloo isn't the first surprising choice, as Christopher Walken has been chosen to play King Louie, the leader of the apes. Idris Elba is scheduled to play the voice of the main antagonist, the tiger Shere Khan, while Ben ...
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'Revolution' Review: 'One Riot, One Ranger'

October 24th, 2013 9:38am EDT
Revolution
I’m not going to bore you with repeated statements about how impressed I am with Revolution’s upgraded performance, but after “One Riot, One Ranger,” I’m now absolutely sure more has happened in the past five episodes than in all of last season’s 22 episodes combined. The action-packed hour not only gave us some interesting intel, but also gave closure to the split group storyline by reuniting all of our main characters for the first time since May (recall that we began the season with everyone already split, hinging on flashbacks to show us exactly what went down that caused Charlie to str...
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'Revolution' Recap: 'Patriot Games'

October 17th, 2013 10:27am EDT
Revolution
I’ll start by being completely honest: Revolution is not my favorite show, but it’s worlds better than it was last season. More importantly? The program is finally, finally, finally getting on track to be what it should have been all along. (Remember how I pointed out that things were getting progressively darker? Apparently now we’ve gotten to the point where we have to put up one of those violence warnings. I’m not sure why NBC decided to move the show to an earlier hour only to have it be ten times more graphic than it ever was last season, but I also don’t claim to understand the inner ...
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'Revolution' Review: 'There Will Be Blood'

October 3rd, 2013 8:50am EDT
Revolution
Revolution continues its revamped second season by picking up where we left off last week, with Aaron waking up after being mysteriously revived. It seems like this is going to be one of the bigger ongoing plot lines, and as much as some people might think it’s a bit “hokey” I actually find it interesting – we’re not only giving Zak Orth a storyline with potential, it’s also one that’s big enough to involve other characters (case in point, we see a bit more of Rachel’s uneasiness and guilt as Aaron tries to reconcile his resurrection.) While Aaron believes that his revival is due to the nan...
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'Revolution' Season 2 Premiere: 'Born In The USA'

September 26th, 2013 9:55am EDT
Revolution
Revolution has had an interesting journey.

The post-apocalyptic series premiered last fall with a promising cast, intriguing concepts, and skilled show runners – all the right ingredients for everything that equal buzz and success. But Revolution’s first season was plagued with misdirection; some good episodes balanced out by not so good ones as well as muddled storytelling. Often, its actors were the saving grace of an otherwise bland hour, and a mid-season setback in the form of a four-month hiatus didn’t help matters.

When we sat down with EP Eric Kripke at Comic Con, he revealed his a...
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'Revolution' Recap: 'The Longest Day'

May 14th, 2013 12:59pm EDT
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Revolution is about war. It’s about families being torn apart, it’s about loyalties being tested, and, as we were reminded tonight, it’s about survival – no matter who you are and who you love. Oftentimes, we forget about these factors in lieu of the “close call” deaths, random kidnappings, and heated dramatic exchanges. But “The Longest Day” (which thankfully was not really the longest day, turning out to be one of the better paced and more interesting episodes of the season) helped remember that this show is a war story as much as it’s a family story – something we needed heading into the...
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'Once Upon A Time' Recap: 'Fruit Of The Poisonous Tree'

February 2nd, 2012 1:55pm EST
Once Upon a Time - The Genie of Agrabah
In this episode, we discover how Sidney Glass became the Magic Mirror and are introduced to another non-Grimm fairy tale. Emma is duped yet again by Regina.

Author’s note: Lines between paragraphs indicate scene changes between Fairy Tale Land and Storybrooke/present day.

In Storybrooke, Henry arrives at his play castle only to find it partially destroyed by the storm from episode ten. Henry reveals to Emma that he keeps his fairy tale book in a lockbox buried beneath the play structure. After he ensures its safety, Regina arrives and orders Henry into the car so he can attend a session w...
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'Once Upon A Time' Recap: 'Desperate Souls'

January 9th, 2012 9:20am EST
Once Upon a Time - Rumpelstiltskin
In this episode, we learn what lies at the root of Rumpelstiltskin's power; Emma and Regina spar again over a Storybrooke election.

Author’s note: Lines between paragraphs indicate scene changes between Fairy Tale Land and Storybrooke/present day.

In Fairy Tale Land, Rumpelstiltskin sits spinning in a tent. His son runs in to tell him that the neighbor girl is being taken away to join the duke's army. When the girl's mother pulls out a knife and tries to stab the duke (the king's emissary), a strange forcefield chokes her and her husband. In the distance, a hooded, cloaked figure called o...
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'Once Upon A Time' Recap: 'The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter'

December 12th, 2011 9:32am EST
Once Upon a Time - Sheriff Graham/The Huntsman
In this episode, the Evil Queen finally makes her reappearance; we learn more about Snow White’s backstory; Emma and Regina get into a cat fight; and one Storybrooke resident begins to remember too much, costing him his life.

Author’s note: Lines between paragraphs indicate scene changes between Fairy Tale Land and Storybrooke/present day.

In Granny's Diner, Sheriff Graham and the Sydney, editor of Storybrooke’s Daily Mirror, down shots as Graham throws darts. Emma appears in the diner and Graham lobs a dart in her direction, nearly hitting her. She storms out; Graham runs after her. He...
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Alicia Keys Gears Up For North American Leg Of 'As I Am' Tour

April 16th, 2008 7:00pm EDT
Alicia Keys
After wowing fans during her successful sold-out European tour, MBK/J Records' global superstar Alicia Keys is just days away from bringing that same excitement on the North American leg of her As I Am Tour presented by Lexus.

Joined by American Idol winner Jordin Sparks and Grammy-nominated R&B singer/songwriter Ne-Yo, the As I Am Tour presented by Lexus, kicks off April 19th in Hampton, VA. The tour continues on across the US and Canada, and will conclude on June 18th at Madison Square Garden in Alicia's hometown of New York City. Due to popular demand, new dates have been added ...
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Nintendo Draws an A-List Crowd at Sundance

January 26th, 2006 10:49am EST
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Celebrities from the worlds of music, film and television lined up to check out the coolest Nintendo products on display at the Sundance Film Festival. Luminaries like Paris Hilton, Good Charlotte, Rob Lowe, Jessica Biel and the Beastie Boys visited Nintendo this week in Motorola's Moto on Main celebrity lounge in the heart of Park City, Utah.

Visitors to the lounge got to check out all the hottest new Nintendo games for the top-selling Nintendo DS, Game Boy Micro and Nintendo GameCube. Celebs like Lance Bass, Shannon Elizabeth, John Malkovich, Kristen Bell, Lucy Liu, William H. Mac...
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Matt Dillon Honored With Visionary Award

January 23rd, 2006 12:28pm EST
Matt Dillon
Matt Dillon was honored with the 2006 Ray-Ban Visionary Award, which was presented yesterday in Park City, Utah, at the Stein Eriksen Lodge. The evening was presented by The Creative Coalition and Hollywood Life and concluded with a special performance by hot young breakout artist singer/songwriter Anna Nalick. Matt Dillon received the award from actress Lili Taylor, with whom he worked on "Factotum," which is being featured at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival. Honoree Matt Dillon was joined by some of the most influential personalities in the entertainment industry including Dennis Hopper...
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Vanessa L. Williams To Star in UPN Mid-Season Show

December 2nd, 2005 11:16am EST
Vanessa Williams
UPN just released information about its two mid-season series, “South Beach” and “Get This Party Started.” The steamy, new primetime drama “South Beach” is being executive-produced by Jennifer Lopez. It centers on best friends Matt and Vincent who abandon their world as they know it and head to the alluring paradise of sandy beaches, beautiful people and hot spots in glamorous South Beach.

Matt's preoccupation with his old girlfriend, fashion model Arielle, has him diving head first into her thrilling new life, even though she has moved on, and Vincent, willing to do anything to get...
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