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First Full Trailer For 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' Premieres On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

February 19th, 2014 7:56am EST
First Full Trailer For 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' Premieres On 'J
The first full-length trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy made its debut on Jimmy Kimmel's late night talk show Tuesday night.

Introduced by star Chris Pratt, Marvel's latest superhero film centers on five rogues who band together and call themselves the Guardians of the Galaxy. The film centers on U.S. pilot Peter Quill, aka Star Lord (Pratt), green-skinned alien Gamora (Zoe Saldana), the superhuman Drax (Dave Bautista), the tree-like alien Groot (Vin Diesel), and a raccoon with an attitude named Rocket (Bradley Cooper).

The film also stars Lee Pace and Karen Gillan as baddies Ronan the ...
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Review: 'Ceremony' 'Two Jews On Film' Find Nothing To Celebrate With This One (Video)

March 24th, 2011 10:22am EDT
ceremony
'Ceremony' is directed by Max Winkler. In a press interview Max said that the inspiration for the film was himself....Well they do say to write what you know...But unfortunately in this case...it's not such a good thing.

Sam David (Michael Angarano) a broke, struggling writer of children's books, convinces his former best friend, Marshall (Reece Daniel Thompson) to spend a weekend with him under the pretense of rekindling their friendship. The two guys drive off in Marshall's smoking (as in the car leaves a trail of smoke in its wake) Mercedes and head to the beaches of Long Island f...
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Who Will & Who Should Win An Emmy

September 18th, 2008 9:22am EDT
30 Rock
Ah, the Emmys, the most entertaining awards show and often the most frustrating. Why is it so frustrating? Because the voters get it wrong. They get the winners wrong more often than casual sports bettors. In fact, they get it so wrong that predicting the winners is often a fool's errand since it's impossible to determine what will strike the Academy's fancy as the reasons for their choices are as mystifying as the results.

Luckily, Starpulse.com has one such fool. So it's time for a round of everybody's favorite game: Who Will Win and Who Should Win?

Best Comedy Series Nomine...
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Emmy Nominations Reaction: Who Was Snubbed, Who Shouldn't Be A Nominee

July 18th, 2008 9:13am EDT
Neil Patrick Harris
With the writer's strike a distant memory and an exciting new fall season dead ahead, we're finally ready to celebrate TV again. And what better way than with a lavish awards show?

Yes, the Emmy nominations were revealed at dawn in Los Angeles Thursday morning in a delightful little ceremony that saw Neil Patrick Harris and Kristin Chenoweth squeeze about two-dozen jokes in between their reading off the teleprompter.

There were surprises leading to gasps from the press, and plenty of nominations they all saw coming. Newcomer "Mad Men" led the drama category with 16 nominations w...
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TV Stars Who Deserve Emmy Nominations On July 17, Part 2

July 15th, 2008 10:42am EDT
Alec Baldwin - 30 Rock
Enough drama, time to laugh! The Emmy nominations are upon us, two days away in fact, so it's time to round out our suggestions to The Academy's blue ribbon panel. In the final installment, the focus turns to comedy and the actors who make us laugh every week.

This category is far more loaded than the drama section with far fewer obvious mistakes on the ballot and a ton of strong performances from the men and the women (rather than watching the ladies struggle with substandard material from their mostly male counterparts. Yes, I will clamor for more female writers and directors every...
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Drool Worthy TV Hunks

April 23rd, 2008 10:01am EDT
James Denton
If ever there was a perfect man, chances are he's probably confined within the corners of an illuminated box in your living room. But regardless of that perfect man's fictional nature, it never hurt a girl to form an equally fictional crush, so we've rounded up five of some of the most desirable hunks on TV. And while this year's writers' strike has limited our exposure to our favorite TV fantasy guys, you can rest assured you will be seeing more and more of them in years to come.

Patrick Dempsey

Surely, McDreamy's place on this list isn't surprising to the scores of ladies who t...
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Amy Adams' Characters Use Feminine Grace & Strong Will To Get What They Want

March 13th, 2008 2:01pm EDT
Amy Adams
For years, Hollywood has celebrated a certain type of empowered women - a strong nosed, uber self-confident, in-your-face fighter who is going to take on the establishment using whatever means necessary to get what she wants. The archetype of this character is Erin Brockovich who famously said "They're called boobs, Ed", and screamed her way from a legal secretary to the chief factor in toppling a billion dollar company that was poisoning its customers.

But in the tradition of Melanie Grifiith's Working Girl, Amy Adams has popularized a new type of woman: one who uses her feminine grac...
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Best Of The Furry & Fuzzy: Top Supporting Animal Characters On TV

February 14th, 2008 12:00pm EST
Spot from Star Trek TNG
Expressive, talented and (relatively) well-behaved animals have held an important place in American television since its inception. Most of the time, these animals make guest or recurring appearances, although there have been a few shows that focused on a non-human main character.

Shows that instantly come to mind in the latter category include old favorites like "Lassie" and "Mr. Ed." This particular list will not include the title characters from those two shows, nor will it include any other animals/shows where the "star" of the series was not human.

No, instead we have d...
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Small-Screen Stars Make Their Mark On The Big Screen

February 8th, 2008 10:01am EST
Made of Honor
TV actors often try to parlay their small-screen fame into big-screen success. Some, like George Clooney, hit the jackpot. Others falter in the transition, but you can't fault them for trying. Here's a sampling of where in the cinema you can currently find some of TV's stars and rental picks for the Netflix-addicted.

Patrick Dempsey (Grey's Anatomy) - In a departure from his more dramatic roles on TV in "Grey's Anatomy" and a guest stint on Once and Again, Dempsey has focused on romantic comedies in his film career recently. He's been charming audiences alongside Amy Adams in Enchanted...
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'Pushing Daisies' Season One: Redefining the Word 'Charming'

January 15th, 2008 10:46am EST
Pushing Daisies
My dear sweet Pushing Daisies, you left us far to soon. One might say the strike has caused you to be...pushing daisies! Oh that was clever. Bad puns aside, we're left without new episodes of one of this season's best new offerings. Even though it barely had time to hop off its training wheels, let's take a look at this modern-day fairy tale.

Wait, so Ned can make zombies?

Not exactly. Ned (Lee Pace) has the ability to bring the dead back to life. The catch is that if they are alive for more than one minute someone else dies in their place. Oh and if he touches them again they die...
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Golden Globes Ceremony May Be Cancelled But We Still Have Our Predictions

January 8th, 2008 3:17pm EST
Juno
The writers' strike has officially infiltrated awards season. The Golden Globes have been reduced to a lackluster news conference. That means no best and worst dressed list. No boozy celebrities making a fool of themselves. All that remains is an hour-long meeting at the Beverly Hilton Hotel with angry WGA picketers surrounding the premises.

So, until the Hollywood powers-that-be finally buckle down and give the writers what they want and deserve, we here at Starpulse are going to call the winners and losers. We looked at reviews, other expert predictions, viewer attitudes and who we ...
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'Pushing Daisies' is Odd, But Ultimately Endearing

January 8th, 2008 10:29am EST
Pushing Daisies
It's Not 'CSI: Couer d'Couers'

In the current TV era, truly original shows don't appear all that often on the broadcast networks. If and when they do, they usually aren't around for very long. "Pushing Daisies," a quirky amalgamation of a fairytale and film noir, is the latest offbeat offering to bow on the Big Four. Comparatively speaking, it has done fairly well thus far.

"Daisies" comes from the creative mind of Bryan Fuller, whose unique body of work includes the odd "Wonderfalls" and darkly comedic "Dead Like Me." It is the story of a pie maker named Ned (Lee Pace), who as a...
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Starpulse Counts Down The Top 10 TV Couples

November 5th, 2007 1:43pm EST
Veronica Mars
We've envied their chemistry. We've cried when they split up. We've rooted for them to reconcile. Take a look at primetime's top 10 (technically 11) couples we think are most memorable:

The Teen Idols: Zack and Kelly, Saved by the Bell

Who didn't swoon when Zack set up a picnic outside of the high school prom when Kelly couldn't afford to go? Despite their ups and downs, through Zack's many girlfriends and that slimy, college boyfriend of Kelly's, the fans always knew the high school sweethearts were meant to be together. As far as Zack and Kelly shippers are concerned, they're s...
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Molly Shannon To Guest Star On 'Pushing Daisies'

October 31st, 2007 2:26pm EDT
Molly Shannon
Molly Shannon ("Saturday Night Live") will appear in a three-episode arc of ABC's critically acclaimed new series "Pushing Daisies." Filming begins this week.

Shannon will play Dilly Balsam, a competitor of Ned's (Lee Pace) who opens a rival sweets shop across the street from the Pie Hole. Writer/actor Michael White will play her brother, Billy Balsam.
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Gone But Not Forgotten: Starpulse Highlights The Best TV On DVD

October 31st, 2007 10:33am EDT
Wonderfalls
The beauty of TV on DVD is that it lets small gems of television history continue to exist, allowing them to be found again and again. Swiftly canceled before their time, cult classics live on in DVD format for new generations of television lovers to happen upon.

Following is a list of some of the best TV on DVD you probably never watched. Discovering something new is always more fun and fulfilling than watching a rerun.

From the Unusual Mind of Bryan Fuller

If you've fallen in love with Bryan Fuller's charming new show Pushing Daisies, here's some good news. Fuller's previou...
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Capsule Reviews Of Broadcast Networks' Five New Series Premiering The Week Of Oct. 1

September 29th, 2007 9:49am EDT
Aliens In America
Five new prime-time TV series premiere the week of Monday, Oct. 1 (all times Eastern):

''Aliens in America''

What: A sitcom that mines humor from the miseries of adolescence as well as America's post-9/11 anxiety.

Where: The CW

When: Mondays at 8:30 p.m.

Who: Dan Byrd, Adhir Kalyan, Amy Pietz, Lindsey Shaw, Scott Patterson.

Why: As a reminder that everyone is alienated from some group - until they connect.

How: Justin Tolchuck (Byrd) is a sweet, bright kid who happens to be a social pariah at his Wisconsin high school. So his mom (Pietz) and dad (Patterson...
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Seven New Dramas & Four New Comedies Join ABC’s Slate Of Returning Shows

May 15th, 2007 9:08am EDT
Michael Vartan stars in Big Shots
Stephen McPherson, president, ABC Entertainment, today outlined ABC's plans for next season and unveiled the network's 2007-08 fall schedule. Scheduled to debut next season are four new comedy series: "Carpoolers," "Cavemen," "Miss/Guided" and "Sam I Am"; along with seven new drama series: "Big Shots," "Cashmere Mafia," "Dirty Sexy Money," "Eli Stone," "Private Practice," "Pushing Daisies" and "Women's Murder Club." Alternative series "Oprah's Big Give(tm)" is also slated to debut.

In addition to the new series, ABC previously announced season renewals for "Brothers & Sisters," "Men In...
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