‘THE VOICE’ WINDS DOWN TO FINAL FOUR

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This summer’s breakout TV hit The Voice ends its first season run this week, as the final four singers of the competition perform tonight (NBC, 9 pm et/pt).

So who is your favorite singer?  Do you dig the mellow and innovative stylings of Dia Frampton (Team Blake), the powerhouse vocals of Beverly McClellan (Team Christina), the warrior swagger of Vicci Martinez (Team Cee Lo), or the smooth confidence of early frontrunner Javier Colon (Team Adam)?

Javier Colon doesn’t want The Voice experience to end:

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Beverly McClellan talks about important advice she received from coach Christina Aguilera:

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Vicci Martinez says the cure for the common hangover is…early wake-up calls for The Voice!

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Dia Frampton says she would have been “slammed in the shadows” if she did not have Blake Shelton as a coach:

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The Voice results show (and its season finale) airs tomorrow night (NBC, 8 pm et/pt)

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SHIA LABEOUF LOVED GOING DIGITAL FOR ‘DARK OF THE MOON’

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Director Michael Bay recently posted a message to Transformers fans urging them to see Transformers: Dark of the Moon in 3D, and he’s getting support by the franchise’s biggest star.  Lead actor Shia LaBeouf, who describes the new film as the darkest installment of the trilogy, loved shooting the movie on digital, and in the following clip he elaborates on its cinematic advantages and having Bay as his director. (Click on the media bar below and listen to LaBeouf)

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Next up for LaBeouf is a starring role in the crime drama The Wettest County in the World, a feature co-starring Tom Hardy (Inception) and directed by John Hillcoat (The Road, The Proposition).

Transformers: Dark of the Moon opens June 29th.

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CAN THEY KICK IT? MICHAEL RAPAPORT REACHES OUT TO Q-TIP

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The highs and lows of one of hip-hop’s most revered groups, A Tribe Called Quest, is chronicled in director Michael Rapaport’s new documentary Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest.

The project, which received the Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature last week at the Los Angeles Film Festival, has received support from three of the group’s members (Phife Dawg, Ali Shaheed Muhammad, and Jarobi).   Q-Tip and Rapaport, however, have had their moments, and one wonders if a detente will be reached before the documentary’s release.

Hollywood Outbreak asked Rapaport to shed further light on his friction with Q-Tip.  (Click on the media bar below to hear Rapaport).

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Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest, which also features interviews with Pete Rock, Common, and The Beastie Boys, opens July 8th.

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‘MUPPETS’ STAR JASON SEGEL GETS MISTY EYED OVER KERMIT THE FROG

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Jason Segel’s (How I Met Your Mother) latest movie venture, Bad Teacher, was #2 last weekend at the box-office, as it took in $31 million.  Segel has an even bigger stake with the November 23rd release of The Muppets, which he co-wrote his Forgetting Sarah Marshall collaborator Nicholas Stoller and headlines with Amy Adams.

The Muppets was four years in the making for Segel, and the actor recounts a rather emotional moment he had with Kermit The Frog during the film’s production.  (Click on the media bar below to hear Jason Segel Bad Teacher director Jake Kasdan is also heard in the clip)

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JASON SUDEIKIS SAYS LESS IMPROVISATION IS MORE FOR ‘HORRIBLE BOSSES’

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Jason Sudeikis, Charlie Day and Jason Bateman star as buddies who are fed up with their supervisors (Colin Farrell, Jennifer Aniston, Kevin Spacey) in Horrible Bosses, and the trio devise a plan to permanently terminate their superiors.  The movie is directed by Seth Gordon, who first gained fame several years ago as the director behind the documentary The King of Kong.

Although he’s a member of Saturday Night Live, Sudeikis did not do much improvising for Horrible Bosses, as he believes most of the first rate joke could already be found in the screenplay.  (Click on the media bar below to hear Jason Sudeikis talk about his lack of improvising in Horrible Bossesco-star Charlie Day and director Gordon are also featured in the clip).

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Horrible Bosses opens nationwide July 8th.

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