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New Year's Eve, New Year's Day marathons and specials

31 December 2010 2:22 PM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

If you aren't into watching all the college and professional football happening on New Year's Eve, New Year's Day and Sunday, Jan. 2, Zap2it's got you covered for all the marathons, movies and specials you can tune into. Enjoy!

Friday, Dec. 31

A&E: "Criminal Minds" marathon

ABC: "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve"

ABC Family: "America's Funniest Home Videos" marathon

AMC: "Back to the Future" marathon

BBC America: "Doctor Who" marathon

Bravo: "Real Housewives" marathon

Cmt: "Dukes of Hazzard" marathon

CNN: "New Year's Eve with Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin"

Discovery: "Deadliest Catch" marathon

E!: "Kendra," "Married to Rock" marathon

Food Network: "The Next Food Network Star" marathon

HBO: "Hung" marathon

Hgtv: "House Hunters Int'l," "House HUnters" marathon

History: "Pawn Stars," "American Pickers" marathon

MTV: "Jersey Shore" marathon

Nat Geo: "Monster Fish" marathon

Nat Geo Wild: "World's Deadliest" marathon

Spike TV: "1000 Ways to Die »

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First Look: Zac Efron Filming Nicholas Sparks' The Lucky One

24 December 2010 | The Daily BLAM! | See recent The Daily BLAM! news »

The young actor has buffed up for his role as a former Marine in the film adaptation of the New York Times Bestselling novel. Logan Thibault, a Marine who finds a photograph of a smiling young woman half-buried in the sands of Iraq during his first of three tours, returns to North Carolina and searches for the unknown woman he believes was his good luck charm during the war. Directed by Scott Hicks (No Reservations) the film also stars Blythe Danner and Taylor Schilling; currently filming in New Orleans, Louisiana, Warner Bros has yet to schedule a theatrical release date. »

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First Images of Zac Efron in The Lucky One

23 December 2010 10:34 PM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

The first images have surfaced of Zac Efron on the set of The Lucky One, the latest film adaptation of a Nicholas Sparks book. Directed by Scott Hicks (No Reservations), the film tells the story of a Marine who carries a photograph of an anonymous woman in his pocket during his three tours in Iraq as a good luck charm.  Upon returning home, the soldier seeks out his picturesque dream girl. Efron stars opposite Taylor Schilling (Mercy), with Blythe Danner, Riley Thomas Stewart (90210), and Adam Lefevre (Fair Game) rounding out the supporting cast.  The flick was shot in New Orleans, where the story takes place. Hit the jump for more, and to check out the images. Though Charlie St. Cloud was a bit of a misfire for Efron, it did mark a sort of step towards more dramatic fare. The guy’s got talent, and I had hoped that after »

- Adam Chitwood

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Rachael Ray, the new queen of Us cookery – and she can't bake

4 December 2010 4:07 PM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Rachael Ray is a no-frills celebrity cook with an empire worth millions. She's drawn a lot of flak, but is still poised to become the next queen of daytime television

Rachael Ray does not come across as a natural star in the crowded field of TV chefs. She has a raspy voice, a look straight from a suburban American mall, has confessed she does not know how to bake and has no formal training in cookery.

In a world dominated by big personalities, hot tempers and mastery of exotic cuisines, Ray should not have stood out. Yet she has now emerged as one of the most dominant personal brands in America. Not only is she now one of the most famous TV cooks but she has branched out into other fields, creating a media business empire worth tens of millions of dollars.

It is no exaggeration to say that she »

- Paul Harris

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"Top Chef All-Stars" Recap (8.01): Those Who Do Not Learn From History Are Doomed to Repeat it

3 December 2010 11:47 AM, PST | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

Welcome to Top Chef All-Stars: Sometimes They Come Back. Eighteen of the best also-ran cheftestants are in the Big Apple to redeem themselves and maybe take home the title and $200,000, the biggest purse in Top Chef history. Out bisexual chef Tiffani Faison is the first in the door and promptly tells the camera she plans to cook her nuts off. Out lesbian chef Jamie Lauren follows shortly after with tats blazing and proceeds to tell the camera that she is there to kick ass. So, be warned, the chefbians are all about doing major damage to privates parts this time around.

And we've also got Top Chef: Miami runner-up Dale Levitski along Casey who also made the final three in Miami! Dale talks about how "one or two little mistakes" cost thim the title adn that this time he doesn't want to make any mistakes.

As all the returning »

- Dorothy Snarker

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'Top Chef: All Star': Anthony Bourdain, Tom Colicchio on what to expect

1 December 2010 8:20 AM, PST | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

The returning chef'testants joining "Top Chef: All Stars," which premieres Wednesday, Dec. 1 at 10 p.m. Et, will see another familiar face joining the Judges Table: Anthony Bourdain.

The "No Reservations" host's regular presence is just one of the many bonuses "Top Chef" fans can expect for this eighth season, in addition to the return of favorite culinary competitors: Season 1 - Stephen Asprinio, Tiffani Faison; Season 2 - Elia Aboumrad, Marcel Vigneron; Season 3 - Dale Levitski, Casey Thompson, Tre Wilcox; Season 4 - Richard Blais, Antonia Lofaso, Spike Mendelsohn, Dale Talde; Season 5 - Carla Hall, Jamie Lauren, Fabio Viviani; Season 6 - Jennifer Carroll, Mike Isabella; and Season 7 - Tiffany Derry and Angelo Sosa.

Will Fabio feel bereft without his European union buddy Stefan Richter? Will Marcel stay out of fights this time around? Has Carla learned her costly sous vide lesson? We've seen the premiere, and after talking to Bourdain and Tom Colicchio, »

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Thanksgiving in Hollywood: Celebs share their holiday plans

22 November 2010 12:34 PM, PST | Pop2it | See recent Pop2it news »

Thanksgiving has changed ever since the first 17th century celebration that didn't even feature turkey. (Just ask "Next Iron Chef" winner Marc Forgione.)

Regardless if you brine your turkey or prefer it deep-fried, get together with friends or family or even go out of town, how you celebrate Thanksgiving is a personal choice for everybody. Even "Glee" star Jessalyn Gilsig, who's Canadian, has plans for Thanksgiving, although it doesn't include turkey.

Here's a look at a few names in Hollywood and how they're tackling Turkey Day:

Kyra Sedgwick, "The Closer"

"We always have a big family Thanksgiving -- the Bacons and Sedgwicks and also people that don't have anywhere else to go. We love friends coming, anybody who doesn't have a place to go, they can come over."

Matt Barr, "Hellcats"

"I'm gonna be in La. My sister lives there, and my dad's going to fly out from Texas. Believe »

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Zac Efron Looked Troubled in First Photos of 'The Lucky One'

12 November 2010 1:26 AM, PST | Celebrity Mania | See recent Celebrity Mania news »

After starring as a young sailor torn between his dead brother and a girl he loves in "Charlie St. Cloud", Zac Efron moves on to portray a U.S. Marine who survives three tours of duty in Iraq in "The Lucky One". He was recently spotted filming scenes for the drama movie, looking rugged and deeply troubled.

One picture from the set captures the former "High School Musical" hunk putting on a serious look while standing behind a pickup truck. Another one displays him standing over the truck with his head down, exposing an arm tattoo that he sports for his role. In both pictures, he donned a dark T-shirt and seems to have packed on some muscles.

In "The Lucky One", the Richard Samuels of "Me and Orson Welles" is taking on the role of Logan Thibault. Surviving three tours in Iraq, the U.S. Marine attributes his good »

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Zac Efron Starts Work on Nicholas Sparks' The Lucky One

28 October 2010 1:00 AM, PDT | movies.about.com | See recent About.com Hollywood Movies news »

Director Scott Hicks (No Reservations) and Zac Efron (of the High School Musical franchise) have started work in Louisiana on The Lucky One, a romantic drama based on the Nicholas Sparks novel. Will Fetters, no stranger to romantic dramas having written the Robert Pattinson tearjerker Remember Me, adapted Sparks' novel.

Taylor Schilling, Blythe Danner, Riley Thomas Stewart, Jay R. Ferguson and Adam Lefevre are also set to star in The Lucky One which will be produced by Denise Di Novi and Kevin McCormick.

The Lucky One Synopsis "U.S. Marine Sergeant Logan Thibault (Zac Efron) returns from his third tour of duty in Iraq, with the one thing he credits with keeping him alive--a photograph he found of a woman he doesn't even know. Learning her name is Beth (Taylor Schilling) and where she lives, he shows up at her door, and ends up taking a job at her family-run local kennel. »

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Wall Street stocks bounce back

12 October 2010 3:29 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Shia Labeouf and Michael Douglas have not proved especially bankable of late, but Money Never Sleeps has roused audiences to their charms

The winner

There had been plenty of skepticism over how a sequel to Wall Street would perform after an interlude of 23 years, and many questioned the wisdom of moving the release back from April to autumn to accommodate a world premiere at the Cannes film festival in May. In the end, backers 20th Century Fox will be reasonably happy with a debut of £1.78m for Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, including two days of previews totalling £583,000.

Lead actor Shia Labeouf had previously not proved especially bankable outside his Transformers and Indiana Jones franchises, with UK debuts for Eagle Eye and Disturbia running at a respective £1.10m (2008) and £728,000 (2007). Nor can Michael Douglas be relied on to deliver audiences: his thriller The Sentinel bowed to £628,000 in 2006, while comedy The In-Laws was even more lacklustre, »

- Charles Gant

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'Social Network' Saves Face in Second Weekend

10 October 2010 10:32 AM, PDT | Box Office Mojo | See recent BoxOfficeMojo.com news »

The Social Network had enough friends to lead the box office again over the weekend, while new releases Life as We Know It and Secretariat had decent starts and My Soul to Take didn't take. Overall business was off 15 percent from the same weekend last year when Couples Retreat opened. Boasting the smallest percentage second weekend decline of any No. 1 movie this year, The Social Network pulled in an estimated $15.5 million, increasing its sum to $46.1 million in ten days. Its 31 percent dip was also the lowest of the weekend among nationwide holdovers, and it held better than 21 among past similar titles, though that picture still had better attendance. Life as We Know It took in an estimated $14.6 million on approximately 3,600 screens at 3,150 locations. That was less than the first weekend of Katherine Heigl's last movie, Killers ($15.8 million), but it was a bit greater than thematically-similar titles like Raising Helen, »

- Brandon Gray <mail@boxofficemojo.com>

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Nycc: Anthony Bourdain Graphic Novel Confirmed By Vertigo

9 October 2010 2:01 PM, PDT | MTV Splash Page | See recent MTV Splash Page news »

Star of the Travel Channel show "No Reservations," Anthony Bourdain broke out some hard-hitting writing when he released his memoir "Kitchen Confidential" — but he's decided to try his hand at creating a graphic novel as well. Bourdain let his project slip in an interview earlier this year, but it's official now, and it won't be about gyros.

He'll be aided by novelist Joel Rose of "Kill Kill Faster Faster" and artist Langdon Foss, whose work has appeared in "Heavy Metal." Together, they're synthesizing a "futuristic action thriller" called "Get Jiro!" which was just announced at New York Comic Con.

The genre choice may surprise Bourdain's followers, but it's said to be focusing on American obsessions with exotic cuisine in manic, violent and extreme ways. Such subject matter is well within the realm of topics Bourdain has addressed before in his career, though. The title character is a sushi chef who »

- Brian Warmoth

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Weekend Briefing: 'Life as We Know It,' 'My Soul to Take,' 'Secretariat' Enter Race

8 October 2010 1:24 PM, PDT | Box Office Mojo | See recent BoxOfficeMojo.com news »

This weekend, four movies enter the nationwide fray: Life as We Know It claims over 3,600 screens at 3,150 locations, Secretariat stakes out approximately 3,600 screens at 3,072 locations, My Soul to Take nabs under 2,700 screens at 2,572 locations, and It's Kind of a Funny Story ekes out 742 locations, broadening beyond a specialized run at the last minute. Last weekend's top movie, The Social Network, will still be in the mix, given the modest nature of the new batch. Life as We Know It, Secretariat and My Soul to Take have each received sizable marketing exposure. Life as We Know It, which features Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel, has been promoted as a generic baby-raising comedy-drama, relying solely on the charm of its stars as they fumble around with a baby. The movie's relentless ads haven't presented anything else to distinguish it. Comparable recent pictures include Raising Helen, Jersey Girl and No Reservations, though it »

- Brandon Gray <mail@boxofficemojo.com>

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'Top Chef All-Stars' to debut Dec. 1 with the chefs we loved -- and a new guest judge

23 September 2010 9:00 AM, PDT | EW.com - PopWatch | See recent EW.com - PopWatch news »

Call it sweet justice for us fans, but after a snooze-worthy seventh season of Top Chef, the cooking competition is returning Dec. 1 (10 p.m.) for an All-Stars edition in New York City with some of our favorite past contestants, including Richard Blais (season 4), Fabio Viviani (season 5), Jennifer Carroll (season 6) and — the one I’m most excited about — Carla Hall (season 5). Judging by the full roster, Bravo went for talent in the kitchen as opposed to talent for drama, so expect a nail-biter of a season. Check out the complete list of 18 cheftestants who’ll duke it out:

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- Archana Ram

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'No Reservations' Host Anthony Bourdain Writing Graphic Novel For DC Comics

17 September 2010 7:59 AM, PDT | MTV Splash Page | See recent MTV Splash Page news »

Anthony Bourdain is an acclaimed chef, food author, world traveler and television personality best known for "No Reservations," his globe-trotting Travel Channel series that shines the spotlight on the world's greatest culinary treats. Now, he can add another job to his ever expanding resume: comic book author.

Robot 6 discovered a pair of interviews in which Bourdain revealed that he's in the midst of working on a graphic novel for DC Comics tentatively titled "Get Gyro," a story that takes his obvious passion for food and sets it within a high octane comic book world.

"It's about ultraviolent food nerds," Bourdain told the Omaha World-Herald about his graphic novel. "It's a gourmet slaughterfest, sort of like 'Fistful of Dollars' meets 'Eat Drink Man Woman.'"

As for a time table, Bourdain informed Now Magazine that "Get Gyro" is "in the pipeline for next year."

"I describe it as »

- Josh Wigler

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Patricia Clarkson - A Star But Not A Celebrity

14 September 2010 12:39 PM, PDT | Huffington Post | See recent Huffington Post news »

Stretch out summer just a bit more and see Cairo Time if you haven't already. Besides the trip to Egypt's capital where the music, traffic and River Nile truly transport, this film is a chance to slowly marvel at a masterful performance by the Patricia Clarkson - one of the best actors around and finally the star of the show. And the perfect example of what fame is and isn't - a by-product, not a goal. You know her even if you think you don't - whenever she turns up in a movie - big budget (Shutter Island, No Reservations,) or independent ( Pieces of April, The Station Agent, Lars and The Real Girl) you think "Oh good, she's in it." (She even brings quality and class to a SNL digital short when she joins Susan »

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Destination Truth Josh Gates interview, Nandi bears and Vesuvius in premiere

8 September 2010 6:52 PM, PDT | Monsters and Critics | See recent Monsters and Critics news »

One of my favorite Syfy shows, "Destination Truth," returns for its fourth season on Thursday, September 9 at 9 pm on Syfy, with the first episode titled .Poltergeists of Pompeii/Nandi Beast. (Season 4 Episode 1). Josh Gates and his intrepid crew are filmed in eight new episodes that take us from smoldering volcanoes in Italy, to Madagascar, Tanzania, Guam, Kenya, and the steamy jungles of Cambodia. "Destination Truth" is best described as the lovechild between "Ghost Hunters" and Anthony Bourdain's "No Reservations," as Gates spins off witty one-liners and asides in the fast and furious pace of the latter show, and then examines paranormal lore much like the former. Facile of tongue and feet, Gates and his team »

- April MacIntyre

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Buzz In: What's Your Favorite Travel Show?

6 September 2010 12:00 PM, PDT | BuzzSugar | See recent BuzzSugar news »

One of my favorite travel shows, Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, marks its 100th episode on the Travel Channel tonight as its irreverent host heads to Paris for the perfect meal. For me, the exotic locations are what make No Reservations stand out amongst other food shows. (Well that, and Bourdain being the charming curmudgeon that he is). On that note, as a TV fanatic, I often feed my travel urges by turning on the TV (it's much cheaper than a plane ticket). Sometimes I'm in the mood for the less-controversial Samantha Brown, other times I want the heartier fare of Man v. Food (to see the places host Adam Richman goes more so than watching him shovel food in his face). Do you have a favorite travel show? Photo courtesy of Travel Channel »

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Labor Day weekend TV: 'Bones,' 'Jersey Shore,' 'Rubicon' and more marathons

4 September 2010 7:01 PM, PDT | Zap2It - From Inside the Box | See recent Zap2It - From Inside the Box news »

This year's Labor Day weekend TV marathons offer a smorgasbord of culture. There are current scripted dramas, lifestyles shows, reality docs, vintage sitcoms and more New Jersey-related programming you could ask for -- all in gluttonous, day-long blocks.

What are your best bets for couch potato-ing over the next few days? Here are a few suggestions:

Sunday

-18 hours is no easy commitment, but that's how much "Who's the Boss?" Hallmark Channel plans to throw at viewers, starting at 6 a.m. Et. (Set your alarms!) Watch Jonathan's eight-season transformation from darling scamp to awkward man-child condensed into just one day.

-Another network not shying away from an entire day devoted to one show is the Travel Channel. They're testing viewers tolerance for exotic foods and unchecked egos with 18 episodes of "Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations." Live vicariously starting at 6 a.m. Et.

-Comedy Central is taking advantage of its new »

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Anthony Bourdain critiques other reality shows

1 September 2010 9:00 PM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Food and travel provocateur Anthony Bourdain is celebrating the 100th episode of his genre-busting Travel Channel series "No Reservations" on Monday. The host, chef and author critiques other cooking reality shows, tells THR which cities have the best (and worst) food and where he's going next.

THR: So which city has the best food?

Anthony Bourdain: Wow, tough question. Either Hong Kong, San Sebastian [Spain], Saigon -- those would all be strong candidates.

THR: How about best in the U.S.?

Bourdain: New York, of course. We have a good mix of high and low cuisine. We have large immigrant communities, so we have Mexico, Central and South America, all over Asia.

THR: And the worst?

Bourdain: Bucharest [Romania] and Tashkent [Uzbekistan] are not high on my list.

THR: On "No Reservations," when some nice family in the middle of nowhere is making you something that looks utterly horrific, and you go, »

- By James Hibberd

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