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'Impractical Jokers' Celebrate 100th Episode With Live High Wire Stunt

9/3/2015 12:05pm EDT
'Impractical Jokers': Tonight's Live Punishment Has Sal 'Pretty
The Impractical Jokers have done a lot of crazy things over the last 99 episodes, but what they're about to do tonight takes the cake. To celebrate their 100th installment, the Jokers are performing a live high wire walk five stories above New York City, for their charities and your entertainment.

Why on Earth would they choose this way to mark the occasion? And how scared are they? We caught up with Sal Vulcano on Tuesday to ask him those questions and more about tonight's event.

"I'm pretty scared," Sal admitted when we asked him to gauge his level of fear. "We have the harness and stuf...
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Byronn Mann Gives The Scoop On 'Hell On Wheels' Midseason Finale

8/29/2015 8:13am EDT
Byron Mann Previews Tonight's 'Hell On Wheels' Midseason Finale
Tonight marks the midseason finale for AMC's railroad drama Hell on Wheels, and with things coming to a head, Starpulse checked in with Byron Mann - who joined the series this season as Chang - to find out what we can expect and what it's been like for him to be part of what will be the last season.

"I can tell you that things are only going to escalate and intensify regarding Cullen Bohannon, regarding Chang, regarding Mei Fong," Byron teased. "Things are going to escalate significantly in a bad way.

"Things with The Swede are also going to escalate. Things are going to get bad," he cont...
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Will Yun Lee Brings His Awesome Villain Talent To ‘Strike Back’ Tonight

8/28/2015 12:05pm EDT
Will Yun Lee Adds Even More Muscle To 'Strike Back'
When your central villain is played by Michelle Yeoh, the guy working opposite her had better be equally talented. Strike Back doubled down on the awesome villain casting when it hired Will Yun Lee, who joins the Cinemax drama tonight as Kwon, another agent from North Korea who will give Scott and Stonebridge even more to worry about.

We caught up with Will earlier this season to talk about his presence in an already action-packed show, what he took away from the experience, and how the action on Strike Back stacks up compared to working on projects like Hawaii Five-0 and The Wolverine.

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This Week’s 'Impractical Jokers' Scorecard: 'Smushed'

8/28/2015 10:04am EDT
'Impractical Jokers' Scorecard: 'Smushed' - Totally Clowning Aro
In this week's Impractical Jokers, the fearless foursome go back to two of their regular bits - screwed-up PowerPoint presentations and getting too close to strangers in the park - with the usual hilarious results. It just goes to show you, if it ain't broke, don't fix it. If it is broke, it's probably because these guys destroyed it anyway.

Challenge #1: Security Insultants

The guys are teaming up to give presentations again, this time as security consultants as if they could protect anything. Murr and Joe are the first duo up, pitching things like "delayed assistance" and "Safe Dogz" th...
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Miley Cyrus: 'I'm A Vegan Nudist'

8/27/2015 12:49pm EDT
Miley Cyrus Goes Topless And Wears Pasties On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live
Miley Cyrus is hosting this year's MTV Video Music Awards this weekend, and she stopped by Jimmy Kimmel's late-night talk show on Wednesday to do a little tasteful promotion.

Just kidding, she went topless and wore heart-shaped nipple pasties under an open jacket.

"I'm a little cold. I should've worn a shirt," the 22-year-old said as she sat down for her interview, which started out with lots of talk about her outfit.

Kimmel was taken aback by Miley's outfit and asked her what her dad, country star Billy Ray Cyrus, thinks about her constantly sharing racy images and showing off her body....
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Here's The Story Behind That Song On 'Suits' Finale

8/27/2015 10:15am EDT
What Was That Song At The End Of The 'Suits' Finale?
Suits fans have been buzzing about the song that closed out last night's shocking midseason finale - and with good reason. That tune you heard is "When I Go" by Keaton Simons, and we've got the story behind how it ended up on the hit series during one of the show's most important moments.

As it turns out, Suits has been experimenting with Keaton's music for a couple of seasons and found a number of songs they love and were a great thematic fit, but each time they didn’t cut in such a way as to showcase the material - until now.

"When I Go" is written by Keaton Simons, Smith Carlson and La...
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5 Actors Who Should Join Pearson Specter Litt

8/26/2015 12:02pm EDT
'Suits': Five Other Actors Who Should Join Pearson Specter Litt
Tonight is the midseason finale for Suits, and most of the problems so far have been caused by Jack Soloff (John Pyper-Ferguson), a character who's worked at Pearson Specter Litt but never been seen before season five. That made us wonder: who else could pop up within the building? Furthermore, who else would we want to?

Check out our list of five actors that we think would make great attorneys at Pearson Specter Litt if the Suits writers ever need another recurring or guest star to emerge from the woodwork, and leave your hiring recommendations in the comments at the end of this article. ...
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'Strike Back': Michelle Lukes On Julia Richmond's Last Stand

8/22/2015 12:02pm EDT
'Strike Back': Michelle Lukes On Julia Richmond's Last Stand
Julia Richmond has long been at the heart of Cinemax's Strike Back, as the show's most well-known and longest tenured female character. But after last night's jaw-dropping plot twist after Richmond fought to thwart the North Koreans, things will never be the same again for the members of Section 20 or fans of the series.

Before the episode aired, Starpulse spoke to Richmond's portrayer Michelle Lukes about her character's arc in the final season, the relationship between Richmond and Scott (Sullivan Stapleton), and what it meant to her to hang up her dog tags.

SPOILER ALERT: If you have n...
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This Week's 'Impractical Jokers' Scorecard

8/21/2015 10:02am EDT
'Impractical Jokers' Scorecard: 'Tied and Feathered' - The Best
In this week's Impractical Jokers, Sal, Murr, Q and Joe bring back one of their most notorious bits, while getting into a really uncomfortable situation at the local discount warehouse that actually has nothing to do with the making of the show itself. Let's just say it's a very exposing episode. Read on for our blow-by-blow from "Tied and Feathered."

Challenge #1: Out of Remote Control

The remote control car is back, terrorizing passersby while the guys absolutely cannot apologize for wherever their colleagues steer it. Q goes first and gets out pretty much unharmed, as does Joe.

But th...
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Tate Donovan Takes Us Inside the Comedy-Drama 'Sun Belt Express'

8/20/2015 2:09pm EDT
Tate Donovan Takes Us On A Ride With 'Sun Belt Express'
Tate Donovan is redefining the road movie with Sun Belt Express, the new independent comedy-drama that will change the way you look at illegal immigration. Tate plays Allen King, a down on his luck college professor who moonlights as a coyote, smuggling people across the southern border. It's not a great existence, but at least he's getting by.

Yet when Allen's spirited daughter Emily (India Ennenga) decides to stow away on his latest trip, he finds himself on unpredictable journey with her, his ex-girlfriend (Ana de la Reguera), and the three interesting gentlemen in the trunk of his car....
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