After shooting her mouth off in interviews and losing the rom-com clout she once had, Katherine Heigl needs to make herself more relatable. Her key could be in the Stephanie Plum franchise, starting with today’s release, One for the Money. More
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Ever wanted to see how things could be different at Seattle Grace? Check out the promo for “If/Then,” Grey’s Anatomy‘s “what if?” episode. More
In honor of National Popcorn Day, we have matched your favorite Thursday night shows with appropriate popcorn options. More
Cougar Town creator Bill Lawrence is a big fan of cross-promotion: Last season, the Community character Abed (Danny Pudi) popped up in the background of a Cougar episode; and when Scrubs was still on the air, Bill let star Sarah Chalke play a recurring role on How I Met Your Mother.
• Trouble in paradise for newlyweds Kim Kardashian and Kris Humprhies. (Celeb Dirty Laundry)
• Watch George Clooney get hitched. (Hollywood Hiccups)
• Grey’s Anatomy premiere sneak peak. [spolier alert] (Have U Heard)
• Justin Bieber making late night calls to Kendall Jenner? (Celeb Dirty Laundry
• Congrats to Ne-Yo on getting engaged. (Hollywood Hiccups)
•Taylor Lautner infatuated with Kristen Stewart? (Have U Heard)
• Dame Helen Mirren walking down the red carpet. (Lainey Gossip)
Mark Wahlberg, the executive producer of Entourage, announced that although this is the show’s final season on HBO, there’s a movie in the works. Considering that Entourage has been running on fumes for the last two seasons, a movie seems like the absolute last thing that this series needs, but I guess it means that Jerry Ferrara can wring a few more minutes out of his career. The truth is, not all TV shows need to be made into movies. In addition to Entourage, here are eight more TV shows that would not work on the big screen. More
I was super excited when I found out they were making a new Winnie the Pooh movie. I bought into their promises- no modernization, no crazy 3-D, just a willy, nilly, silly old bear and memories of juice boxes and nap time. So as the trailer came on, I was ready for the rush of nostalgia. Instead I got Keane. They were playing a hipster-y Grey’s Anatomy montage song while Pooh searched for honey, while Tigger bounced, and the nostalgia was stopped cold. Suddenly I was thinking, oh my god, Pooh’s coding, and what the hell are Rabbit and Eeyore doing in that supply closet? More
Horrible Bosses comes out this Friday, and while having a bad boss sucks, a less-than-helpful coworker can be twice as bad. So today while you grumble at an unfair workload or someone who gets by while being chronically late, ask yourself if the guy in the cubicle next to you has ever brought a firearm into work, let a kid drown, or run a car into the boss’ home. It’s all about perspective. More
What with Shia LaBeouf shooting his mouth off about on-set hookups and his poverty-inspired rage, you might forget there are other actors in Transformers: Dark of the Moon. However, even their attention is focused on the former Disney wunderkind; in an interview with Parade, Patrick Dempsey was asked what it’s like to work with LaBeouf, and shrugs off any and all bad behavior with a quote about growing up. More
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Sometimes kids on TV shows get aged five years in two weeks. And sometimes the kids go up to the attic and are never spoken of again. TV Tropes calls this “Chuck Cunningham Syndrome,” named for the Happy Days sibling who vanished, never to be heard from again.
Here are ten of TV’s most famous ‘disappeared’ characters. More
Although the early days of Grey’s Anatomy were can’t-miss TV, the longer the show is on the air the more soapy and outrageous it gets. Among the more ridiculous plots: ghost sex, a Post-It marriage, and interns cutting each other open for fun. More
Grey’s Anatomy used to be appointment TV for me – I couldn’t get enough of Meredith, Derek, Cristina, Bailey, Alex, and the rest of the gang. But as the storylines got increasingly absurd and over the top (Izzie is having ghost sex with her dead fiance? REALLY?), I watched less and less often. It has gotten to the point where I just catch clips on Hulu a couple of days after an episode airs or let a friend who watches this show give me a verbal update about the few remaining characters I like. But the news that Patrick Dempsey, aka Dr. McDreamy, is planning to leave after next season, is actually refreshing. Eight years of a series is impressive for any actor, and the show is in need of a major shakeup if it wants to remain on the air. More
STDs have a special spot in television: Often, TV likes to pretend they don’t exist, a phenomenon TV Tropes calls “STD Immunity.” Luckily, though, there ARE, in fact, a number of shows that not only acknowledge STDs, but also (and perhaps more importantly), expose their main characters to them. This is by no means an exhaustive list, but for your entertainment and information, here are 10 television characters who have or had STDs: More
I wish I could break up with American Idol. I really do. Every season I swore it would be my last, but last year I thought I’d really stick to it. Lee DeWyze won and almost puked on stage, and the imminent departure of Simon Cowell gave me the strength I needed to finally quit that show for good. But quitting a show is hard – especially when it’s your job to write about pop culture. I got around the ban by sneaking YouTube clips and reading recaps, but the fact that I still care about who wins this season means that Idol has beaten me once again. More