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Table flipping, name calling, back-stabbing — our favorite Garden State girls have certainly provided enough outlandish behavior to whet our reality show appetites. But on Sunday night, something was different about the "Real Housewives of New Jersey."
As the second episode of season five unraveled, it seemed that the extreme behavior of reality TV we all know and love was replaced...Read more »
They shop, they date, they party -- and when they ride the Long Island Rail Road, it's always in style.
After the airing of just one episode of Bravo's "Princesses: Long Island," the show's stars have already become reality TV royalty, amassing a large crowd of fans Friday in Manhattan's Penn Station before boarding the "Cannonball" express train to the Hamptons.
Newsday.com...Read more »
The Kardashian and Jenner clans certainly like being on air.
Kris Jenner, TV personality and mother of six, is stepping out of her kids' spotlights with a self-titled entertainment talk show on FOX. A project like this was, perhaps, inevitable for the "momager."
"Kris" is scheduled to begin its six-week preview on Fox 5 at 11 a.m. on July 15. The program, according...Read more »
Jude Law is the biggest name connected with the caper comedy “Dom Hemingway,” acquired by Fox Searchlight, the studio announced Monday. But some moviegoers will be excited to see another name on the cast list: Richard E. Grant, star of the 1987 cult classic “Withnail & I.”
Grant played the title role in that film, a dark comedy about two struggling actors who embark on a debauched weekend...Read more »
Martial-arts star Jackie Chan is considering a role in "The Expendables 3," according to Deadline.com.
The site reports that Chan is one of several actors, along with Nicolas Cage, Milla Jovovich and Wesley Snipes, who are in "advanced negotiations" with Lionsgate, according to the studio's chief executive, Jon Feltheimer.
The film would be a departure for Chan, who...Read more »
The Internet's grumpiest feline will soon become a movie star.
The Los Angeles Times reports viral sensation Grumpy Cat, a mixed breed from Arizona whose real name is Tardar Sauce, with a "D," will have a speaking role in a live-action film based on its life. Broken Road Productions (who backed Kevin James' 2009 comedy, "Paul Blart: Mall Cop," and Adam Sandler's most recent...Read more »
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The same day Usher defended his protege, Justin Bieber, on "Ellen," Bieber was spotted hitting up three Manhattan nightclubs in a matter of a few hours.
When Usher told Ellen DeGeneres people close to the 19-year-old pop star hope "he'll continue to just mature," he probably didn't mean hitting up 21-plus clubs as a teenager.
At least two of the three spots TMZ reports...Read more »
"The Visual Art of Brian Eno: Light and Time" is essentially a six-minute commercial for Eno's ongoing exhibit, "77 Million Paintings," currently on display at Manhattan's Cafe Rouge. It's part of a touring multimedia festival called the Red Bull Music Academy, which in turn is a massive branding scheme for the famous energy drink. (Do people still mix it...Read more »
The trailer for "Metallica Through the Never" is giving us a clearer idea of what this movie is going to be, and the answer seems to be: a very long rock video.
You'll see Dane DeHaan, the future "Spider-Man" star, as a Metallica roadie driving a van, and you'll also see him living through apocalyptic warfare while the band he works for indulges in arena-rock pyrotechnics....Read more »