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Trailer Talk: This Week In Movies - 'Transylmania,' 'Everybody's Fine' & More

November 30th, 2009 10:04am EST
Brothers
Tomorrow evening I will have the opportunity to see Jason Reitman's new travel comedy "Up in the Air" starring George Clooney. I have read a number of early favorable reviews of the film, and I really like Reitman's movies, so I'm fairly excited.

Comedy seems to prevail as a common theme this week. At the box office there will be two dramas and three comedies. Two of the films premiering are American adaptations of foreign films. In addition to "Up in the Air" films opening this week include "Armored," "Brothers," "Everybody's Fine," "Serious Moonlight," and "Transylmania."

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Nathan Fillion Tells It Like It Is In ABC's 'Castle'

March 9th, 2009 11:05am EDT
Nathan Fillion
The ladies may recognize Nathan Fillion from Desperate Housewives as Dr. Adam Mayfair, husband of Dana Delany's character Katherine, or the lovably adulterous doctor in Waitress. Sci-fi fans of course know him as Captain Mal Reynolds from Firelfy and Serenity. Castle may be the best of both worlds, a hard boiled detective for the guys and a ladies man for the gals.

"A lot of times, actors fall into a trap where they see in a script that a guy is supposed to be really charming and they think sleazy," Fillion said. "That's not what charming is. Charming is, 'I'm interesting and intereste...
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Snubbed: Stars Who Should've Gotten A Golden Globe Nomination

January 11th, 2008 12:00pm EST
Big Love
The Golden Globe Awards have officially been scrapped and replaced by a press conference announcing the winners. Snubbed performers and filmmakers can take comfort in the fact that come Golden Globe night, the nominees will be at home too.

Steve Carell (Dan in Real Life)

As the obnoxious Michael Scott, Steve Carell is nominated in the "Best Performance by an Actor In A Television Series" for "The Office," but it's in film that Carell really shows of his impressive range. He made a horny virgin sweet and innocent in The 40-Year-Old Virgin before tackling a suicidal, gay Proust scho...
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On Film And In Real Life, 2 Pregnant 16-Year-Olds Spark Moral Debate

December 21st, 2007 10:14am EST
Juno
NEW YORK (AP) - In the new hit movie ''Juno'' and now in real life with Jamie Lynn Spears, 16-year-old girls get pregnant and decide to bear the child rather than opt for abortion. For social conservatives, it's a challenging story line - they condemn the teen sex but hail the ensuing choice.

''It's a double-edged sword in the Christian community,'' said Bill Maier, a vice president of the conservative ministry Focus on the Family.

''We should commend girls like Jamie Lynn Spears for making a courageous decision to have the baby. On the other hand, there's nothing glamorous or fun...
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Starpulse TV Season In Review

December 5th, 2007 9:20am EST
Private Practice
It's been a bumpy television season full of winners, disappointments and a lot of forgetful folks. Some shows stumbled right out of the gate while others took steady steps towards a full-season pickup.

The TV season is nearing the halfway mark when most of the shows go into reruns, an indefinite period of torture this year thanks to the writers' strike. At least the respite provides the perfect time to take a look back at the season so far. This TV season, the TV gods brought us...

...9 new winning series.

The delicious guilty pleasure Gossip Girl redefined what it means to ...
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New Movies On DVD, Nov. 27

November 27th, 2007 8:00am EST
I Know Who Killed Me
Lindsay Lohan stars in the mind-bending psychological thriller I Know Who Killed Me. She plays Aubrey Fleming, an unfortunate young woman whose life -- and body -- are irreparably damaged following an abduction by a heinous serial killer. Also on DVD: Mr. Bean's Holiday, Waitress, Hot Rod, The Namesake, Bratz, Who's Your Caddy and Skinwalkers.
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Critically Acclaimed 'Waitress' Comes To DVD November 27; Win A Copy!

November 7th, 2007 7:45pm EST
Waitress
A favorite of critics and audiences alike, Waitress, the irresistible film filled with delicious spunk, arrives on DVD November 27, 2007 from Fox Home Entertainment. This "vibrant and uplifting comedy" (Entertainment Weekly) follows the day-to-day realities of a small town woman who ultimately transforms her seemingly hopeless life into a hilarious and unexpected love story. "Both satisfying and surprising . . . a movie that leaves you feeling good" (The New York Times), Waitress is a whimsical romantic comedy that reveals the power of friendship, motherhood and the willingness to take a ch...
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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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