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Starting tomorrow, you can catch up on the entirety of Suits either at USA's website or via OnDemand. I guess I should try to figure out where this business with the can opener began.
Turner Classic Movies will soon have a showcase for some of Johnny Carson's classic celebrity interviews.
TV Guide asks if The X-Factor's mentors are hurting competitors more than they're helping. Inappropriate costumes, bad song choices and unenthusiastic advice are listed as ways the mentors have turned into an obstacle contestants need to overcome.
Brian Dennehy will appear in the final season of The Big C as Cathy's father. Considering how Cathy has had cancer for three seasons and we're only now meeting him, I expect he'll be as awful as the rest of the Jamison clan has turned out to be.
EW reports that »
One year after Hollywood icon Elizabeth Taylor died at age 79 of congestive heart failure, her legacy is still going strong. Pinpointing the biggest roles in Taylor's storied movie career is a daunting task. She began appearing onscreen as a young girl, with her first credit being 1942's There's One Born Every Minute. Photos: Elizabeth Taylor's Life in Pictures Some of Taylor's credits included 1949's Little Women, 1950's Father of the Bride, 1951's A Place in the Sun, 1958's Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 1959's Suddenly, Last Summer, 1960's Scent of Mystery and 1967's The Taming of the Shrew.
- THR Staff
If you’ve seen Gwyneth Paltrow’s brain dissected in Contagion, you know that Steven Soderbergh is willing to portray stars in a less than glamorous light. But in an interview with The Independent, the Oscar-winning director of Traffic and Haywire practically exuded blood lust for A-listers. Don’t worry, though: It’s all in the name of art!
“It’s always good to kill movie stars,” Soderbergh told the British newspaper. “I think that the two most important things that have happened to that aspect of movies in the last 50 years are Hitchcock killing off Janet Leigh in a »
- Christian Blauvelt
3 items from 2012
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