CARSON DALY SEES ‘THE VOICE’ AS “BIGGER, BETTER” FOR SEASON TWO

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The second season of The Voice, hosted by Carson Daly and featuring returning judges Blake Shelton, Christina Aguilera, and Cee-Lo, premieres Sunday night right after the Super Bowl.  By giving the show the post Super Bowl slot, the NBC competition series should have increased momentum and during the TCAs Daly simply said “it’s really good this year.”

Although I will miss pop culture expert Alison Haislip as the social media correspondent (she’s been replaced by singer/actress Christina Milian), The Voice should draw even a deeper level of talent this year thanks to its first season success.  Click on the media bar and listen to Daly give a brief preview of The Voice:

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DERMOT MULRONEY SHOOTS THREE MOVIES IN ALASKA – SANS HANDWARMERS

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Based on the book Freeing the Whales by Tom Rose, Big Miracle centers on a volunteer (Drew Barrymore) who teams up with a newsman (John Krasinski) to rescue a family of majestic gray whales trapped in the Arctic Circle.

During interviews for his latest film The Grey, actor Dermot Mulroney briefly talked about working on Big Miracle (he plays Colonel Scott Boyer in the feature), and he had a rather interesting thing to say about the production’s crews budget on handwarmers.

Click on the media bar and listen to Dermot Mulroney talk about Big Miracle’s handwarmers budget (The Grey co-star Dallas Roberts can also be heard in the clip):

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‘Glee’ Stars Brace For Michael Jackson Tribute Show

glee-michael-jackson-tribute-promo_450x254Tonight’s MICHAEL JACKSON tribute episode of the hit Fox musical comedy GLEE is apparently as highly anticipate by the show’s cast as it is by its legion of fans. With a play list of ten songs from the MICHAEL JACKSON catalog, everybody’s on board to take part in what promises to be a real crowd pleaser. At a recent press event to promote the show, newcomer GRANT GUSTIN admitted that, as a little kid he actually wanted to BE MICHAEL JACKSON (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR FOR AUDIO)
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CORY MONTEITH tells us that his first memory of The King Of Pop was a late night viewing of the ground-breaking THRILLER music video. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR FOR AUDIO)
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And, CHRIS COLFER confessed that, during the filming of the show, he attempted to sound like MICHAEL but didn’t quite achieve the desired effect. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR FOR AUDIO)
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The GLEE tribute to MICHAEL JACKSON airs tonight on Fox-TV

‘The Grey’ Makes The Point That It’s Not Nice To Play With Mother Nature

greyCurrently in theaters (and at the top of the box office chart), THE GREY is a story of survival that centers on a group of men who make it through a plane crash in the Alaskan wilderness only to find that the crash was the easy part and, now, their lives are at the mercy of a very large and hungry pack of wolves. Co-written and directed by JOE CARNAHAN, the film stars LIAM NEESON, DERMOT MULRONEY, FRANK GRILLO, DALLAS ROBERTS, NONSO ANOZIE and JAMES BADGE DALE.
At the recent press event to promote the movie, CARNAHAN took time to address concerns that the story takes an anti-animal stance by responding that all of Mother Nature’s occupants just do what they do. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR FOR AUDIO)
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THE GREY is in theaters now

New To Blu: Ryan Gosling Is An Action Anti-Hero In ‘Drive’

drive-blu-rayArriving on DVD and Blu-ray today, DRIVE is a moody thriller that centers on a Hollywood stunt driver who makes the mistake of agreeing to drive a getaway car for his neighbor’s ex-con husband. When the job goes wrong, he’s tagged as a target and forced to go on a run for his life. Directed by NICOLAS WINDING REFN, the cast includes RYAN GOSLING, CHRISTINA HENDRICKS, RON PERLMAN, BRYAN CRANSTON, CAREY MULLIGAN and ALBERT BROOKS (in a performance that should have Oscar nominated).
Considered “leading man” material since his role in THE NOTEBOOK, GOSLING tends to dismiss any talk of his sex-symbol status. During our interview at the tine of the film’s original release, he joked about his work as a character actor. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR FOR AUDIO)
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DRIVE arrives on DVD and Blu-ray today