joan-rivers1In Pasadena at the TCA press conference to promote her upcoming MTV series, HOW’D YOU GET SO RICH?, funny lady JOAN RIVERS referenced her CELEBRITY APPRENTICE nemesis ANNE DUKE when she was asked if she interviewed any poker players for the show (Click on the media bar below) LANGUAGE NSFW:

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But RIVERS didn’t stop there…When asked what she thought of NBC’s plan to establish JAY LENO as a prime time entity, she didn’t hold back (Media bar below) LANGUAGE NSFW:

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HOW’D YOU GET SO RICH? airs on TV LAND PRIME later this year


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Remember that controversial OMFG ad campaign for GOSSIP GIRL?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Well, apparently, so does the new MELROSE PLACE.


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st-trinians-posterThis might just be another school-daze gross out comedy but the cast list may elevate it to another level. It appears we’ll have to wait until December to find out.


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kevin-spacey4At the recent press event for his new film, SHRINK,  Oscar-winning actor KEVIN SPACEY got to talking about movies and the part they played in his growing up. SPACEY obviously enjoys watching them as much as he does making them. (Click on the media bar below):

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SHRINK is currently playing in select theaters


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james-cameron1Producer/director JAMES CAMERON (TITANIC) may be the ‘master of innovation’ when it comes to extra-large movie making but when wee caught up with him at Comic-Con, where he was promoting his upcoming 3-D epic AVATAR, he let us in on a little secret. Apparently, ‘Mr. Technology’  won’t twitter. Listen in below:  

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AVATAR is expected in theaters in December


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tinglerOn this day in 1959, COLUMBIA PICTURES released THE TINGLER. Directed by master showman WILLIAM CASTLE, the film got the CASTLE touch when several theaters tricked out seats that would vibrate when people on screen screamed. The gimmick got loads of press and THE TINGLER became something of a legend in its day. As far as the film goes, it’s the definative B-movies starring VINCENT PRICE, DARRYL HICKMAN and PATRICIA CUTTS. But the real star of a WILLIAM CASTLE movie was WILLIAM CASTLE.


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william-powellOn this day in 1892, actor William Powell was born in Pittsburgh. The son of an accountant, he studied to become a lawyer at the University of Kansas but dropped out to become an actor. By 1912, he was appearing on Broadway but didn’t make his first film until a decade later, in Sherlock Holmes (1922). In most of his early silent films, Powell played smooth, urbane villain roles. But with the advent of sound in the late 1920s, he became popular as the hero of a series of light mysteries.

Powell was best known for his role in the popular “Thin Man” movies, in which he and co-star Myrna Loy starred as detective couple Nick and Nora Charles. In the original movie and in the book by author Dashiell Hammett, the “Thin Man” character was a mysterious stranger, not Nick Charles, but the nickname quickly became associated with Powell’s suave, sophisticated character.

Powell married actress Eileen Wilson in 1915. After their divorce in 1931, he married actress Carole Lombard, with whom he stayed until 1933. In the late 1930s, he became engaged to glamour queen Jean Harlowe, but before they could marry she died at age 26 from cerebral edema. In 1940, Powell married actress Diane Lewis, to whom he stayed married until he died in 1984.


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war-of-the-worlds-poster-2On this day in  1953, PARAMOUNT PICTURES released THE WAR OF THE WORLDS. Directed by BYRON HASKIN, this big-screen adaptation of the H.G. WELLS story told on radio by ORSON WELLS’ MERCURY THEATER spun the tale of Earth’s invasion by Martians. Heading up the cast were GENE BARRY, LES TREMAINE, ANN ROBINSON, PAUL FREES and JACK KRUSCHEN. Classic 50’s sci-fi.


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ChuckMeOut.com is just one of the many announcements made a Comic-Con this past weekend. But, this new site will NOT take the place of Chuck’s online presence already up and running on NBC.com.

In fact, ChuckMeOut.com will have its own exclusive video content, blogs, ChuckIQ games and more.

The site comes at a good time, Chuck fans will have to wait until after the 2010 Winter Olympics for season three’s new episodes.

Cast of NBC Series, "Chuck."

Cast of NBC Series, "Chuck."


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