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Keri Russell Pregnant With Second Child

July 6th, 2011 8:55pm EDT
Keri Russell
Actress Keri Russell is pregnant with her second child, according to new reports.

The former Felicity star gave birth to son River four years ago and now she and husband Shane Deary are reportedly expecting a second baby.

Star magazine reports the actress is four months pregnant.
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Q&A With Michael Ausiello: TV Fan, Media Journalist, and Neo-Celebrity (But Don't Try To Tell Him That!)

September 30th, 2009 11:15am EDT
Michael Ausiello
Michael Ausiello, "Entertainment Weekly's" TV writer, is the "outbreak monkey" of his field. There is a new virus that is affecting the field of media journalism, and that plague is celebrity. The new neo-celebrity status of these journalists has a patient zero - the person we see as the beginning of it all - and that is Ausiello himself.

The line between celebrity and non-celebrity has blurred in the past 15 years thanks to a change in how we interpret and apply entertainment and media into our daily lives. This change has created a domino effect that has also hit the field of journ...
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'Heroes' Greg Grunberg Saves Customers From High Prices

September 3rd, 2009 11:00am EDT
Greg Grunberg
On Heroes, Greg Grunberg tries to save the world with his character's telepathic powers. In real life, he's invented something that can benefit everyone. The iPhone application Yowza is Grunberg's own brainchild.

"It's a free iPhone application," Grunberg said. "You press on Yowza and it knows your location and it brings up all the stores within proximity to you and all their deals. So let's say you're going to Guitar Center, it gives you a list of all the Guitar Centers in the area and the offers, the coupons. So you go into Guitar Center, you spend $200, you save $25 and the bar code c...
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Fanboy Fight: Joss Whedon Vs. J.J. Abrams - Who Is Your Favorite?

April 13th, 2009 12:00pm EDT
Joss Whedon & JJ Abrams
Joss Whedon and J.J. Abrams have both played a significant role in fandom and overall media popularity. Their creative similarities are striking enough to call for a showdown, comparing their works and styles. Whedon and Abrams are both part of a new class of filmmakers and television creators: fanboys who are now able to reign over their own fandoms.

This battle royale has been divided into two rounds: television and casting. With more time and space films could have been conquered as well. This fight works best if you are familiar with their work. If you have not had the chance ...
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Hollywood's Cutest Curls

December 8th, 2008 9:39am EST
Corbin Bleu
Ever since the Hollywood debut of Shirley Temple on the big screen, we fell in love those bouncing curls! Some celebrities can even attribute their fame to their memorable curls like Keri Russell on Felicity. Others we wish would bring their curls back to us, Justin Timberlake

! Here are some of Hollywood's Cutest Curls:

AnnaLynne McCord - Before her breakout role on the CW's 90210, this curly haired hottie had minor roles on television but was never the star. Now, AnnaLynne and her curls are everywhere!

Sarah Jessica Parker - This Sex And The City star looked g...
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'The Unit' Season Three Arrives On DVD

October 15th, 2008 10:03pm EDT
The Unit
The Unit's top secret military world of conspiracy, danger and nail-biting suspense continues with compelling revelations about the team, their personal lives and the Unit's increasingly complex nature as "The Unit" Season Three arrives on DVD October 14th from Fox Home Entertainment. Golden Globe®-nominee Dennis Haysbert (24), Scott Foley (Felicity) and Robert Patrick (The X-Files) star in the Emmy®-nominated series as members of a covert Special Forces team operating outside the usual military chain of command, their identities highly classified as they risk their lives on dangerous missi...
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TV Spotlight: 'Fringe' Creator JJ Abrams

September 8th, 2008 9:39am EDT
Felicity
Jeffrey Jacob "J. J." Abrams is a man of many talents. He's a writer, actor, director, producer, composer, and creator. He was raised in Los Angeles by his father Gerald, another television producer, and got his first job when he was only 15 writing music for a movie titled "Nightbeast."

As a senior in college, he wrote a film script with a friend of his which eventually turned into a full length featured titled "Taking Care of Business." He had a hand in writing "Regarding Henry" with Harrison Ford, "Forever Young" with Mel Gibson, and big movie blockbuster "Armageddon." He produced ...
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The Emmy's 60th Anniversary: Fans Get To Vote For Best Comedy And Drama Moments

August 28th, 2008 11:27am EDT
All In The Family
As a means of celebrating its 60th Anniversary (really, are we just going to have a garish celebration for any year ending in 0 or 5 now?) Emmy has decided to name the most memorable moments from both Drama and Comedy on TV.

The best thing about this countdown is that the fans get to decide. On the Emmy website are a list of 20 funny moments and 20 serious scenes just begging for your vote. You only get to choose one in each category, so you're going to need some help. You'll find it below as each category is narrowed down to the five best. Also listed are some moments that shouldn...
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Workplace Romance: Costars Who Fell In Love

August 19th, 2008 12:08pm EDT
Mr. and Mrs. Smith
It is widely acknowledged that workplace romances are a definite no-no; clearly, some famous actors and actresses didn't get the memo. From classic romantic duos Bogey/Bacall and Spencer/Tracy to contemporary pairings like "Bennifer" and "Brangelina", since the inception of cinema, thespians have taken on-set relationships from reel-life to real-life.

Julia Roberts and Kiefer Sutherland's hearts skipped a beat while filming Flatliners (1990). Tom Cruise admired a young Aussie actress named Nicole Kidman and had her cast opposite him in Days of Thunder. The movie Seven ended with Gwynet...
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Slideshow: Sexy Actors Starting With 'S'

August 18th, 2008 8:45am EDT
Shane West
Sizzling. Sexy. Scrumptious. These are just some of the words to describe the following actors who make our viewing pleasure, well, more pleasurable. Whether it's their beauty or their brains, there's something about these guys that screams sexy.

Sean Penn

Sexy point #1: he married Madonna

Sexy point #2: he punched a paparazzo

Sexy point #3: he speaks his mind

More Sean Penn Pictures

Seth Green

Funny guys are sexy, and he produces the hilarious "Robot Chicken."

More Seth Green Pictures

Scott Speedman

We stil...
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What to Watch: What's Airing, Re-Airing & Entertaining On TV This Week

July 7th, 2008 9:16am EDT
Enrico Colantoni
Monday, July 7

The Big Bang Theory (CBS, 8 p.m.) - Penny must nurse a sick Sheldon in this rerun.

The Middleman (ABC Family, 10 p.m.) - Wendy and the Middleman stumble upon a subculture of exiled aliens addicted to plastic surgery. Hey, it's not easy being green.

Weeds (Showtime, 10 p.m.) - Doug finally joins the Botwins in Ren Mar, while Nancy asks Andy to join her on a little trip south of the border. Seven days of mourning sure does make Nancy antsy.

Secret Diary of a Call Girl (Showtime, 10:30 p.m.) - Belle does a lot of things in the bedroom, but there may be someth...
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New 'Star Trek' Film: Will it Suck or Satisfy?

March 7th, 2008 2:36pm EST
Star Trek
The newest entry in a popular film franchise invariably invokes feelings of anticipation and excitement from diehard fans. It also happens to raise expectations enormously for the finished product. Most of the time, when people actually get around to seeing the highly anticipated new release, their reactions are polarized. Some are enamored and fall in love with the offering, while others simply detest it. For the most part, eagerly awaited new installments in franchises like "Star Wars," "Indiana Jones," and "Star Trek" are met with one of those two reactions. Rarely are they thought ...
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In The End: Worst Series Finales

February 21st, 2008 1:11pm EST
X-Files
The series finale. There is nothing quite like it in television. It is perfectly normal, of course, to expect something magical when you are watching your favorite series come to an end. Still, at the end of the day it is what happens in between the pilot and the finale, and not the finale itself that should matter.

That being said, it's still fun to champion some finales and ridicule others. Here are some of the worst:

Roseanne (1988-1997)

The whole final season of this groundbreaking series was dreadful from soup to nuts. The beautiful work of the first eight years wa...
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The Ultimate TV Lineup: 'Star Trek,' 'Cheers,' 'Buffy' & Much More

January 29th, 2008 2:58pm EST
Get Smart
Imagine this: through some temporal anomaly, rift in the space time continuum, or other such unique phenomenon, we are transported to an alternate reality. This new world is strikingly similar to our own, with one major exception. The television industry.

In this time-compressed universe, every show in the history of television is currently in production. All original actors/writers/producers are alive. Each show is exactly as it was in its prime, although the number of episodes in each show's original run is irrelevant.

In this brave new world, where every series is in ex...
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TV's 10 Most Unrealistic Couples

January 22nd, 2008 10:14am EST
CSI
Reality is not always a factor when it comes to TV relationships. Actually, it usually isn't. Often, two characters that would never come together in real life are forced into a relationship for any number of reasons. It's not really a problem for most TV viewers because they understand that entertainment value will always trump reality.

That being said, there are some on-screen relationships that make perfect sense. Then there are the head scratchers. Below is a sampling of the latter. Please note, just because these relationships are unrealistic doesn't necessarily mean they ...
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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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Starpulse Quiz: Test Your TV Knowledge

December 19th, 2007 12:36pm EST
Grey
Think you know everything there is to know about today's TV stars and their climb to fame? Then take our quiz to see how tuned in you really are:

1) Which "Grey's Anatomy" actress starred in "Knocked Up?"

Katherine Heigl

Sandra Oh

Ellen Pompeo

Sara Ramirez

Katherine Heigl

Sandra Oh

Ellen Pompeo

Sara Ramirez

We started with an easy one to give you confidence.

2) In what film did "Heroes" actress Hayden Panettiere get her start?

Finding Nemo

Fantastic Four

Antz

A Bug's Life

Finding Nemo

Fantastic Four

Antz

A Bug's Life

Ha...
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What's In A Name? Starpulse Features Famous Jennifers

October 17th, 2007 10:48am EDT
Jennifer Love Hewitt
The name "Jennifer" is one of the most popular and quite possibly successful names of the 21st century. It doesn't take more than one flip through celebrity magazines to see that Jennifers are making headlines everywhere.

Hollywood, for example, has the largest accumulation of Jennifers with high-profile leading ladies such as Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Tilly, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jennifer Garner, and Jennifer Connelly.

Multi-talented performers are causing a sensation as well, namely Jennifer Lopez and Jennifer Hudson. Even the world of sports boasts super...
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Shannon Moore's 'Evaporate' Is 10 Spot Label's Debut Release

March 19th, 2007 5:30pm EDT
Shannon Moore
While i-Tunes set the standard by offering tracks for just $.99 each, the 10 Spot label has been launched with the digital download customer in mind. Believing in the mantra "10 Tracks, 10 Bucks, Every Time" 10 Spot stands firm with their new price point.

"10 Spot gives the consumer ten good reasons to buy physical product. Offering ten tracks for ten dollars while getting the benefit of the CD package, the look, the feel, liner notes, artwork and artist information, it's like a free gift with purchase!" states Brad Pressman, President of The Water Music Records Group of labels.

T...
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Pete Yorn Headlines The South In Support Of Latest Album, "Nightcrawler"

October 6th, 2006 10:41am EDT
Pete Yorn
For Nightcrawler, his first new studio album in three years, rocker Pete Yorn explores, and brings full circle, the day-for-life metaphor (morning-day-night) which began with his RIAA gold-certified debut album, musicforthemorningafter, in 2001 and continued through 2003's Day I Forgot. "This new record is not so much for the night," says Pete, "but for a later period in my life. The perspective I have comes from having lived more and experienced more."

Nightcrawler, which premieres a dozen brand-new songs, is perhaps the most musically complex and fully realized album of Pete's caree...
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The WB To Pay Tribute To Signature Series

June 30th, 2006 1:57pm EDT
Dawson
On Sunday, Sept. 17, the WB will end its 11-year run by rebroadcasting the pilots of Felicity, Angel, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Dawson’s Creek. The farewell will include promos from years gone by as well as a tribute recounting the celebrities who have appeared on the network, according to Variety.

The schedule is as follows:

5 pm/ET: Felicity

6 pm: Angel

7 pm: Buffy the Vampire Slayer (two hours)

9 pm: Dawson's Creek
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