HANNAH MONTANA fans had better enjoy the upcoming feature HANNAH MONTANA: THE MOVIE because, as far as big screen goes, this is it. We caught up with MILEY CYRUS a few days ago and the Disney Channel star says she’s game for another season of the show but not for a movie sequel. (Click on the media bar below):

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In his upcoming movie HARRY BROWN, actor MICHAEL CAINE plays an old codger who decides to take the law into his own hands and clean up his neighborhood of law-breaking punks. Hmmmm…sounds a lot like a CLINT EASTWOOD movie we saw last year. We spoke with CAINE yesterday and he agrees there might be a few similarities. Listen in below:

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When it came to putting a cast together for the action/adventure DRAGONBALL, director JAMES WONG kew he wanted a star but didn’t know how to get him. We spoke with WONG recently and he told us how a few chosen words landed one of China’s biggest stars. Listen in below:

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When we got the press release stating that Fox TV is going to be giving comic actress WANDA SYKES her own late night talk show we couldn’t help but remember the way the network treated her short lived series WANDA AT LARGE back in ‘03. In fact, given our conversation with SYKES in ‘05, we’re a little surprised she’s willing to jump back in the sack with Fox. Listen in below:

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Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift have a lot in common.  After all, they’re arguably the two most successful teenagers in music today.  So it should come as no surprise that the two have bonded.  The two of them sang together at the Grammy Awards in February, and when Cyrus’ “Hannah Montana: The Movie” opens on April 10th, audiences will see Swift make a cameo in the film.  Swift told us what she loves most about Cyrus. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR BELOW)

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In the upcoming sci-fi send up ALIEN TRESPASS, ERIC McCORMACK (WILL & GRACE) plays an astronomer up to his neck in aliens and flying saucers. We spoke with McCORMACK a few days ago and he talked about science fiction and horror movies. Listen in below:

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With ER wrapping up its 15-year run with a two-hour series finale Thursday night on NBC, it’s natural to want to put the show in perspective.  And we can think of few people more qualified than the show’s most recognizable face, NOAH WYLE.  Here, he looks back at his favorite episodes of the show that made him a TV fixture. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR BELOW)

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One of AMERICAN IDOL’S most polarizing performers, ADAM LAMBERT, is a favorite to win the IDOL crown this year. LAMBERT’S detractors believe he is a bit too theatrical in his presentation but his supporters love him for his intriguing song choices and their subsequent renditions.  LAMBERT explains why his theatrical journey has helped him excel on AMERICAN IDOL. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR BELOW)

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The bat has always been a creature shrouded in mystery, but not even close to the mystery surrounding the latest set of Batman films.  CHRISTOPHER NOLAN, who directed BATMAN BEGINS and THE DARK KNIGHT is said to be working on the next installment in the series. Beyond that, not much is known.  He’s said very little so far about the project, and according to MICHAEL CAINE – who plays Alfred, the butler — even the actors have been kept out of the loop so far. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR BELOW)
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On this day in 1959, 20th CENTURY FOX released COMPULSION based on the best selling novel by MEYER LEVIN. This retelling of the famous LEOPOLD & LOEB murder case starred DEAN STOCKWELL and BRADFORD DILLMAN as the murderous students and ORSON WELLS as their lawyer. Great performances and a solid script make this film just as watchable today as it was when released.


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