Nick Cannon: America’s Got Talent Contestants Have to Bring Their ‘A’ to Radio City Music Hall

NUP_157360_0405.JPGAmerica’s Got Talent live shows are taking place at the legendary Radio City Music Hall. No matter how famous you are – singers, dancers and comedians all aspire to perform at the iconic venue. America’s Got Talent host Nick Cannon gets a rush seeing all the diverse talent perform on such a celebrated location. Obviously, the cream rises to the top, and no matter how talented these acts are, they must eventually prove that they can rock it out on the biggest of stages. (Click on the media bar below to hear Nick Cannon)

America’s Got Talent airs Tuesday and Wednesday nights on NBC.

Claire Danes Flattered by Anne Hathaway’s Parody of Homeland on Saturday Night Live

HOMELAND (Season 3)If imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery, Anne Hathaway really didn’t have to worry about Claire Danes’ feelings regarding the Saturday Night Live spoof of Homeland. Still, Hathaway made sure that Danes was completely fine with her doing a send up of mentally unstable agent Carrie Mathision. During our interview with Danes, the actress talked to us about receiving flowers from the Les Miserables actress, and she adds that she was extremely “flattered” by the SNL spoof. (Click on the media bar to hear Claire Danes)

Homeland airs Sunday nights on Showtime.

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Charlie Hunnam On Inevitable ‘Sons of Anarchy’ Goodbye To Jax Teller

Sons of Anarchy (CR: Facebook) The jail arc on Sons of Anarchy is still hard to take for many SOA fans, since it signaled the final chapter of troubled soul Opie Winston, the most loyal member to the club even though he lost his father and his wife in the middle of all this madness.

Ryan Hurst, who brought an intense and inspired dedication in capturing Opie’s spirit, is surely missed on Sons of Anarchy, and although the series essentially centers on the rise and inevitable fall (and rise again) of Jax Teller, it was Opie (I suppose SOA fans simply call him “Op”) who served as the true moral compass of the crew. Although he is now the king of the roost, Jax has ventured deeper into a violent abyss, and without Opie serving as his barometer, Mr. Teller’s obsessions should continue to weigh him down.

“When (Opie) got killed it was a tremendous hard period of his life,” said Hunnam. “He wrote this beautiful essay called ‘The Last Rites of Opie Winston’ when he got killed…as a catharsis he was trying to figure out how to fill this huge void that he felt and he said that every actor has this graveyard of characters that he carries around with him. And that’s part of the job.”

To hear Hunnam elaborate on his feelings about eventually saying goodbye to Jax Teller (as well as his thoughts on Hurst’s essay on Opie Winston), click on the media bar below:


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Nintendo 3DS XL Fades To Black With August Release

NINTENDO 3D XL Black (Nintendo) Black is the color of night. Black is formal. “Black is the color of my true love’s hair,” sings Nina Simone. And now, come August 11th, the darkest of all colors (wait..is black a color) is spreading its film noir, shadowed grip on the Nintentdo 3DS XL.

Previous incarnations of the handheld system came in blue, pink, and red, but now AC/DC, Metallica, and just plain black enthusiasts will have much to cheer about in the coming weeks.

The system’s debut coincides with the release of the 3DS title Mario & Luigi: Dream Team. If you haven’t checked out the trailer for the upcoming game, it’s featured down below:





Gamers – tell us if you’re excited about Mario & Luigi: Dream Teamrelease as well as the debut of the black 3DS!!


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Training for Kick-Ass 2 Helped Put Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s Ego InCheck

Kick-Ass 2Aaron Taylor-Johnson reprises his role as Dave Lizewski/Kick-Ass in Kick-Ass 2, opening in theaters August 16. The film must have been physically draining for Johnson, who had to do many fight scenes. Taylor-Johnson told us that he did a lot of training for the film, and through the training he learned that you have to put your ego to the side. (Click on the media bar below to hear Aaron Taylor-Johnson )

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