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  • Recap: 'Saturday Night Live' - Robert De Niro and Diddy-Dirty Money

    Robert DeNiro is in the house, y’all, along with Diddy-Dirty Money. Just as God always intended. Will there be more references to the “Godfather” trilogy or the “Fockers” trilogy tonight? Will Bill Hader bust out his Al Pacino impression so we can finally witness “Heat II: Electric Boogaloo”? Will tonight’s episode be on the same level of quality as “Goodfellas” or “The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle”? So many questions, I know! Only one way to answer them: via a sketch-by-sketch recap. That’s just how we do what we do round here. Onto the show, after the break... “Cold Open”: I »

    - Ryan McGee

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  • Glee: The Music, Volume 1 (Special Edition with 3 Bonus Songs) 25% off!!

    <h3><a href="" rel="nofollow">Glee: The Music, Volume 1 (Special Edition with 3 Bonus Songs)</a></h3><a href="" rel="nofollow"><img style="float:left;margin: 0 20px 10px 0;" src=""></a>Special edition features 3 bonus songs: "I Wanna Sex You Up", "I Could Have Danced All Night" and "Leaving On A Jet Plane"!Track listing:1. Don't Stop Believin'2. Can't Fight This Feeling3. Gold Digger4. Take A Bow5. Bust Your Windows&nbsp;6. Taking Chances7. Alone8. Maybe This Time9. Somebody To Love10. Hate On Me11. No Air12. You Keep Me Hangin' On13. Keep Holding On14. Bust A Move15. Sweet Caroline16. Dancing With Myself17. Defying GravityBonus tracks:18. I Wanna Sex You Up19.<div>List Price: $99.99<br><p></p><div style="float:right;"><a href="" rel="nofollow"><img src=""></a></div><strong>Our Price: $ 74.98</strong><p></p></div> Read more »
  • The Sopranos: The Complete Series 48% off!! BUY NOW!!

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    For six seasons, fans have devotedly watched Tony Soprano deal with the difficulties of balancing his home life with the criminal organization he leads. Audiences everywhere tuned in to see the mob, the food, the family, and who was next to be whacked. Celebrate the show that Vanity Fair called, "the greatest show in TV history", in the ultimate Sopranos keepsake. Bonus features (over 3.5 hours never before seen) include David Chase's reaction to fan outcry over the series finale; secrets from too.

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  • 'In Treatment': Week six in review

    For the next to last time this season, we're going to tackle all four of this week's "In Treatment" episodes in a single review, coming up just as soon as I try to sell you a moldy carpet... Though his patient's outside relatives, friends and/or loved ones occasionally enter Paul's office, for the most part all we know of their stories is what they tell us, and what we and Paul can deduce from the way they say things (and in some cases, from the details they clearly omit). So it's always a somewhat unreliable narrative, and can be complicated by »

    - Alan Sepinwall

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  • 3 Months Out, Sales Already Brisk for Bieber's Big Screen Debut

    Justin Bieber's big screen debut doesn't hit theaters until Valentine's Day, but tweens are snapping up tickets to "Never Say Never" like it's "Black Friday."Paramount Pictures announced that in the first 12-hours of sales, over 26,000 of the available 100,000 tickets to a February sneak preview of the concert film/rag-to-riches documentary have already sold out. That completes a week of good news for the 16 year old pop star. The Biebs' latest album "My Worlds Acoustic" hit stores on Nov. 23, and sales have been brisk. According to preliminary numbers the »

    - Brent Lang

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  • 'Burn Notice' prequel heating up for a Spring 2011 air date

    USA has confirmed to EW that the Burn Notice prequel — focusing on Sam Axe (played by Bruce Campbell) — will air sometime in Spring 2011. Deadline reports the two-hour movie will center on Sam’s final 2005 mission with the Navy SEALs, which involved a group of Colombian rebels. USA decided to greenlight a prequel after noticing Campbell’s popularity at Burn Notice’s first trip to Comic-Con a year and a half ago; fittingly, the network announced the movie would indeed happen earlier this year at 2010?s Comic-Con.

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    - Kate Ward

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  • Box Office: Huge Wednesday for 'Potter' ($14.5M) and 'Tangled' ($11.8M)

    There will be no haircuts at Disney this Thanksgiving. The studio's 3D-animated Rapunzel adaptation Tangled grossed $11.8 million Wednesday, according to one rival studio's estimates, putting it behind the still-very-huge Harry Potter 7 ($14.5 million Wednesday) but in position to exceed pre-release tracking estimates by as much as $20 million. Tangled was forecast to gross around $40 million over the five-day holiday period, but could easily clear $60 million by the time the weekend is through. Warner's Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, meanwhile, could break $80 million over the same period. On a »

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  • Cookie Monster Launches Web Campaign To Host SNL

    Cookie Monster wants to make the trip from Sesame Street to 30 Rockefeller Plaza to host NBC’s Saturday Night Live. The fuzzy blue creature, who already has guested on more television shows than any of his other Sesame Street neighbors — including a couple of appearances on Stephen Colbert’s Comedy Central show in 2008 — has mounted a campaign that includes a petition drive on Facebook and an “audition” video on YouTube in which he performs Weekend Update and spoofs Lady Gaga. Since 2002, Cookie Monster has been played by David Rudman (and before that by Frank Oz). A notice beneath the video reads, “Cookie Monster wants to host ‘Saturday Night Live’ and he needs your help! Click here to join the Facebook group and help Cookie Monster be the next host!” As of this morning (Thursday), the video had been viewed more than 620,000 times. A similar campaign led »

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  • Jeremy Renner talks future of Mission Impossible

    Jeremy Renner has half-confirmed what we already sort of suspected: he could be taking the Mission: Impossible movie franchise over from series star Tom Cruise. Currently shooting the franchise’s fourth outing – which, tellingly, has dropped its numerals in favour of the reboot-nodding title Mission: Impossible â€“ Ghost Protocol – Renner has discussed the future of the series. “It’s a franchise to potentially take over,” he tells MTV. “I can’t predict the future and what they want, but...

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    - Josh Winning

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  • 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer': Warner Bros. sinks fangs into reboot

    Today, Warner Bros. announced plans to remake 1992?s Buffy the Vampire Slayer, which gave birth to the much-loved Sarah Michelle Gellar-headed TV series (which we all still worship unashamedly).

    While details are sparse, filmmakers claim the movie would not revisit the vampire slayer’s high school days, attempting instead to capture the “witty, tough, and sexy” heroine in a new way. The team behind the project includes Dark Knight producer Charles Roven and relative newcomer Whit Anderson. The movie could hit theaters in 2012 or late 2011, according to the L.A. Times.

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    - Sandra Gonzalez

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  • Charlie Sheen: Capri Anderson Tried to Extort $1 Million

    Charlie Sheen fired back at Capri Anderson in lawsuit that alleges she tried to extort $1 million from him after their "consensual encounter" in a New York hotel room. "This case involves a shakedown and extortion of the internationally known actor and celebrity Charlie Sheen â€¦ by an opportunist pornographic film star and publicity-hungry scam artist," says the lawsuit filed Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court. Anderson, an adult film actress whose real name is Christina Walsh, "fabricated a sensational tale about being assaulted, battered and held against will" and then threatened to go to the media with "her false tale" if »

    - Mike Fleeman

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  • Harry Potter wins at the box office

    Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 1 surprised absolutely no-one this weekend by opening at number one at the Us box office. What might be surprising, though, is that the film broke all previous Harry Potter film records by having the biggest opening for an Hp movie yet. Taking a colossal $125m in its opening weekend, Deathly Hallows easily trumped Goblet Of Fire’s $102m, and completely eclipsed previous instalment Half-Blood Prince’s piffling $77.8m. It also tumbled last week’s number one, Megamind, from the top...

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    - Josh Winning

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  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus confirmed to get political for HBO comedy pilot 'Veep'

    Three weeks after news that Julia Louis-Dreyfus was in talks to return to TV with an HBO pilot, the network confirms she’s set to star in Veep. HBO describes it as, “a comedy set very near the White House. Former Senator Selina Meyer finds being Vice President of the United States is nothing like she expected and everything everyone ever warned about.” The pilot is written by Simon Blackwell and Armando Iannucci, the latter of whom will direct. Iannucci will also exec produce along with Chris Godsick and Frank Rich. Louis-Dreyfus will moonlight as a producer.

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    - Mandi Bierly

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  • Wesley Snipes Still Eluding Prison Stripes

    Wesley Snipes is used to going direct to DVD these days. Not directly to jail. So maybe that's why a lawyer for the embattled actor tells E! News that Snipes has no plans on surrendering for a three-year prison stint—despite a Florida federal judge's order. What gives? "Mr. Snipes is not in custody and at this point we have not received a self-surrender date or facility," defense attorney Daniel Meachum said. "However, we are working hard so that there is never a surrender date or facility for Mr. Snipes to report to other than his house or any other place that he chooses to visit." Just not the big house. "In other words we as his lawyers are »

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  • 'Deathly Hallows: Part 1' Already Breaking Box Office Records A Day Before Its Release

    "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" is breaking records before it even hits theaters, and we have to admit that we're not really all that surprised. According to what Warner Bros. told Deadline, "Deathly Hallows" is going to be screened at 3,700 locations for its midnight release alone. But that's nothing compared to Friday, where the film is going to be shown at 4,125 theaters and on over 9,000 screens... not counting IMAX. Okay, so that's a bit intense.

    If you've waited until this week to buy your midnight release ticket, you've probably discovered to your dismay that pretty much all the showings have been sold out. And, if you were hoping to see the film in IMAX this weekend, you're definitely screwed, because almost all the record-breaking 239 IMAX screens are already sold out for the weekend. To compare, "Half-Blood Prince" only played on 166 IMAX screens.

    So, with a day until »

    - Terri Schwartz

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  • New Featurette for I Am Number Four

    A new I Am Number Four featurette has been released by DreamWorks, and its great introduction to both the film and its characters. The film is about a young man (Alex Pettyfer) who has escaped from another planet, is running from his enemies, and falls in love (Dianna Agron) while learning of his true potential. It is directed by D.J. Caruso, who has helmed both Eagle Eye and Disturbia, and is produced by none other thanMichael Bay of explosions fame. It also stars Teresa Palmer(The Sorcerer’s Apprentice), Kevin Durand (X-Men Origins: Wolverine), and Timothy Olyphant (The Crazies). With its release on February 18, 2011, featurettes like this should build interest in an already fascinating looking film. For the featurette, synopsis, and more, hit the jump.  Also click here for Steve’s report about visiting the set, click here for his interview with Pettyfer, and click here for his interview with Caruso. »

    - Kimberly Lucas

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  • 'Mike & Molly' exclusive: Reference to nasty 'Marie Claire' post planned for Thanksgiving episode

    CBS’ hit comedy Mike & Molly will have the last word on the Marie Claire blog post â€œShould ‘Fatties’ Get a Room? (Even on TV?). Star Billy Gardell (Mike) told EW exclusively that he’ll make a “tiny nod” to last month’s internet debate at the end of the Thanksgiving episode planned for Nov. 22.

    “It’s a very eloquently put thing that I get to say at the Thanksgiving speech that kind of says everything we feel,” said Gardell, who begrudgingly admits that the post generated a lot of awareness for the Monday night comedy. “It did give it a lot of attention, »

    - Lynette Rice

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  • It's official: 'Medium' is over

    Medium series creator Glenn Gordon Caron confirmed via Facebook what his star Patricia Arquette already told EW: CBS has canned the drama.

    “It’s true,” he wrote on Medium’s Facebook page. “Allison Dubois will dream her last dream on Medium Friday, January 21st. In what we believe will be a series defining episode,  Allison and her family will stare destiny in the eye. And destiny will not blink.”

    CBS cut the episodic order on Medium from 22 to 13 last month. The drama is currently averaging 7.1 million viewers. »

    - Lynette Rice

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  • Starz To Greenlight Drama Series Starring Kelsey Grammer & Helmed By Gus Van Sant

    After a heated bidding war, Boss, a political drama project starring Kelsey Grammer and written by Apocalypto co-writerFarhad Safinia, has landed at Starz with an 8-episode straight-to-series order. In his first foray into television, Milk directorGus Van Sant is set to direct the pilot and executive produce the series, which will be produced by Lionsgate Television. This also marks the cable debut of one of broadcast TV's most recognizable stars, Grammer, as well as his first foray into drama series. It is also his first project since recently signing with Wme. Boss will star Grammer as the Mayor of Chicago who is diagnosed with a degenerative mental condition that only he and his doctor know about. It is described as a King Lear-inspired tale of power set in Chicago's political machine. Grammer will executive produce along with his new Grammnet Prods. partner Brian Sher as well as Van Sant and Stella Stolper. »


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  • The Mentalist: Does Red John Have Another Mole in the Cbi?

    Fans of The Mentalist are not going to want to miss the final moments of Thursday's episode.

    "There's probably the biggest shock ending we've ever put up on the screen," creator Bruno Heller tells "I think people will be intrigued and surprised by the whole episode."

    Check out photos of The Mentalist cast

    The episode finds Patrick Jane (Simon Baker, who also directed the episode) and the rest of the Cbi investigating a triple homicide in small rural town. Further digging by Jane and Lisbon (Robin Tunney) reveals the killings are the work of serial cop killer. John Billingsleyguest-stars as a self-professed psychic, whom Jane manipulates to find the real murderer.

    But it wouldn't be November sweeps if Red John didn't have some part to play...

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    - Adam Bryant

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