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Better comedy laughed its way to the bank

Rob @ June 21, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Anyone who has followed the NBA Finals this year had to sit through the countless boring times Jack Black and Michael Cera got up to promote their movie, “Year One” will be glad to see the movie came in third this weekend at the box office.  It may be funny (I personally chose a different […]

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RIAA victory may lead to defeat

Rob @ June 21, 2009 # No Comment Yet

A woman from Minnesota took the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) to court, for a second time, in a retrial based on the RIAA’s accusation that she had willingly pirated and distributed copyrighted material through the peer-to-peer service Kazaa.  She had 24 songs on the account, and during the first trial, she was slammed […]

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Letterman’s Palin-gate

Rob @ June 16, 2009 # One Comment

David Letterman has been known for his humor on his late night talk show for years.  Some jokes were “ha-ha,” politically correct funny, while others you simply laughed at because you were supposed to.  Then, at other times, as all comedians will do, Letterman and his writers pushed the boundaries and came up with material […]

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Family flicks blowing up box offices

Brittany @ June 13, 2009 # No Comment Yet

Ever since “Shrek” hit the big screens a few years back, family movies have only been getting more popular among American audiences. In fact, one of this summer’s most anticipated, more adult-themed (just a little) films, “Terminator Salvation” was beat out of the box offices by “Night at Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian.” I guess […]

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Today’s shocker: Some people are gay

andrea @ June 12, 2009 # No Comment Yet

In headline news today, Americans found out that a beloved television singing sensation is gay. Apparently this is comes as a shock, that someone, a person, can be homosexual. You’d think that people, especially the mass media, would be able to accept when someone is gay. What’s even more impressive is that we make a […]

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Brittany Spears always gives us more

Rob @ June 10, 2009 # No Comment Yet

What is a month in the world of Britney Spears without more tabloid fodder? This time it’s not about her kids, her estranged ex-husband, running over people with her Mercedes, Starbucks or even a public fashion flop. Well, this is a fashion flop or sorts, but more of a professional kind.

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Press-ing too far

Rob @ June 9, 2009 # No Comment Yet

David Carradine’s death shocked many in the entertainment business recently. He was best known for his role in the TV series Kung Fu, as well as “Bill” from the popular “Kill Bill” movies. He was found just days ago in a hotel in Thailand, and according to Thai officials, he died not from suicide, but […]

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Almost criminals: “My braces made me do it!” and Ketchup with the thief

andrea @ June 1, 2009 # 3 Comments

“My braces made me do it!” As children, and definitely teenagers, we had our token excuses. My favorites were “I don’t remember” and “I don’t know.” I wasn’t stupid, I just didn’t want to deal with anyone asking me anything. After reading about the 31-year-old Boulder, Colo. man who was accused of slashing tires, my […]

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Jon and Kate: Gosselins going for the green?

Brittany @ May 31, 2009 # 3 Comments

To get the latest news on what TLC has dubbed “America’s favorite family,” just take a quick scan of the covers and headlines of the majority of those grocery line gossip magazines on your next grocery grab to see for yourself. The controversy surrounding the famous family known for their TV show Jon and Kate […]

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Banking on a trend with Twitter TV

andrea @ May 29, 2009 # No Comment Yet

That’s right, a Twitter-based television series is just about ready for pitching (just when you thought your social networking world couldn’t get any better…). Twitter has teamed up with Reveille Productions and Brillstein Entertainment Partners to mastermind the creation of this fine television show. Producers told the Alternative Press that the show “would harness Twitter […]

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