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Eva Mendes: 'A Close-Up is So Overrated'

20 November 2009 9:40 AM, PST | Movieline | See recent Movieline news »

Eva Mendes must have a thing for cops, because she burst on the scene as Denzel Washington's mistress in Training Day, then served as a policeman's love interest in films like Out of Time and We Own the Night. Suffice it to say, though, she's never had an onscreen love affair like the one with Nicolas Cage's loopy law enforcer in Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans. As a prostitute named Frankie, Mendes plays Cage's only tether to something real, but since this is a Werner Herzog film, even the duo's relative stability is skewed as can be.

A little while ago, Mendes sat down with Movieline to discuss just how out-there Lieutenant gets, but also found time to touch on the Silver Lake hipster scene and the allure of Sam Worthington and Keira Knightley. »

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Katie Price 'Celeb' entrance draws 9.4m

17 November 2009 3:55 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Katie Price's return to I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here was seen by 9.4m yesterday evening, according to overnight figures. The glamour model's entrance into the Australian bush dominated yesterday's hour-long instalment, which logged 9.39m (36.2%) in the hour from 9pm. Earlier in the evening, 999 Out Of Time: Tonight averaged 3.53m (14.1%) at 8pm. Over on BBC One, Panorama took 2.8m (10.9%) at 8.30pm, before Life logged 3.8m (14.6%) in the 9pm hour. Channel 4's 3D evening began at 9pm with The Queen In 3D attracting 1.49m (5.7%). Derren Brown Presents The 3D Magic Spectacular followed with 1.04m (6.1%) at 10pm. Earlier, Dispatches: (more) »

- By Kris Green

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R.E.M. Get 'Automatic' (And Massive): Wake-Up Video

6 October 2009 6:00 AM, PDT | MTV Newsroom | See recent MTV Newsroom news »

There aren't a whole lot of bands who came up in the 1980s and are still kicking around. Actually, strike that. There are plenty of bands who are still milking it (including Kajagoogoo!), but most of them are shells of their former selves or simply irrelevant in the 21st century. Even the bands who have retained their size (U2, Bruce Springsteen) have a hard time keeping their new material interesting. But even though they have 25 percent fewer members than they did at their peak, R.E.M. have still managed to keep things lively, thought-provoking and hugely anthemic. Since drummer Bill Berry left the band for health reasons in 1997, the group continued as a trio and constructed a series of quiet, underrated albums in Up, Reveal and Around the Sun. In 2008, they got back to their louder roots with the stunning Accelerate. They remain one of the most relevant and definitive socially-conscious rock bands, »

- Kyle Anderson

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