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An investigation by Mother Jones accuses the Animal Planet reality show Call of the Wildman of being staged and of committing animal cruelty in faking the show. The series follows a wildlife rescuer who uses his bare hands to capture wildlife that has gotten too close to areas inhabited by humans. However, Mother Jones says that the animals have been placed for Call of the Wildman scenarios, sometimes putting the safety of the animals at risk.
With CBS’ soaps and Days of Our Lives fates secured Deadline says that the remaining soap, General Hospital, will also continue next season, noting that the genre is experiencing a resurgence, with all shows gaining viewers.
ABC has ordered a seventh season of Wipeout.
TV Guide reports that frequent Ricky Gervais-collaborator Stephen Merchant will appear on Modern Family‘s Vegas vacation episode. He’ll play a hotel butler struggling to manage the Pritchett clan’s many requests. »
- Lyle Masaki
Get ready for a Sabrina the Teenage Witch reunion on Melissa & Joey!
Elisa Donovan, who starred alongside Melissa Joan Hart in the final two seasons, will guest-star on the ABC Family comedy, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. Donovan is taking over for Tara Reid, who's out due to scheduling conflicts, in the role of a museum director who hits it off with Joe (Joey Lawrence) at a bar.
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- Robyn Ross
Great news from the world of Stan Lee. Hero to superheroes and their fans, the legendary man of comics has written and will star in a new animated movie to premiere on the Hub Network next month, entitled Stan Lee’s Mighty 7. He’ll be voicing an animated version of himself, and is joined by a voice cast of noted stars, including Sean Astin, Armie Hammer, Mayim Bialik and Christian Slater.
The coolest thing? For this story, Mr. Lee has created seven new superheroes, along with a few other new characters. Check out, from left to right, top to bottom: Kid Kinergy, Lady Lighning, Lazer Lord, Micro, Roller Man, Silver Skylark, and Strong Arm, plus G-man Mr. Cross, and Mr. Lee himself. The almost-better news? It’s the first of three movies to be aired. Excelsior!
The Hub Network Will Debut The World Premiere Of Stan Lee Comic’S New »
- Erin Willard
Over the past 15 years, Mark Wahlberg has been nearly impossible to miss. From his breakout role in Paul Thomas Anderson's "Boogie Nights" to his Oscar-nominated performance in "The Departed," the actor has been continually lighting up the big screen.
No stranger to action movies, Wahlberg gets down-and-dirty again as real-life Navy Seal Marcus Luttrell in "Lone Survivor." Depicting a failed covert mission to capture a Taliban leader, the Peter Berg-directed film gets a wide release this Friday.
Whether or not you've seen Wahlberg lately, there's still much to know about the A-list star. From his years of preparation for a single role to his bad boy past, here are 19 things you probably don't know about Mark Wahlberg.
1. Wahlberg made his acting debut in the 1993 TV movie "The Substitute."
- Jonny Black
One of 2009's surprise smash hits was Kevin James vehicle (and minor tongue-twister) Paul Blart: Mall Cop, a not-as-bad-as-you'd-think workplace comedy about an overweight security guard taking on a bunch of crims. With a $26 million budget, it hauled in $183 million worldwide, which is no doubt why both James and his director, Andy Flickman, are planning a sequel.Joining Flickman (She's The Man, Race To Witch Mountain, Parental Guidance) and James (I Now Pronounce You Chuck And Larry, Grown Ups, Zookeeper, Grown Ups 2, Here Comes The Boom) is writer Nick Bakay (the voice of Salem the cat in 1990s Saturday morning classic Sabrina The Teenage Witch) who also co-wrote the first film with James.As well as co-writing and starring, James will also produce, joined by Todd Garner and Adam Sandler. Fingers crossed that some of the original cast will return, such as Jayma Mays, Keir O'Donnell, Raini Rodriguez, Shirley Knight and Bobby Cannavale. »
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