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Album Drop: This Week’s New Releases, From Good Charlotte To N.E.R.D.

It’s new music Tuesday! This week, there’s a whole lotta tuneage goin’ on. Elvis Costello is offering up some ransom; Weezer tries to kill fake metal with pop scraps; N.E.R.D. got something real fresh and hot; Matt & Kim take a stroll down Sidewalks; The Autumn Defense backs off of Wilco; The High Dials turn things up; and Good Charlotte finds a rock doctor. So get those headphones on, girl, and let’s get into the groove after the jump … Keep reading »

Leonardo DiCaprio To Play H. H. Holmes And Jay Gatsby

Leonardo DiCaprio is having a big moment at the … moment. He has been cast in the lead of two movies I cannot wait for—”The Great Gatsby” and “The Devil in the White City.”

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What Do You Think Of The New Amy Winehouse, “It’s My Party”?

Amy Winehouse has come out of “hiatus” to spawn a new single, “It’s My Party.” The track was produced by Mark Ronson, and it’s a cover of Lesley Gore’s 1963 track of the same name. So … how does it sound? Well, I’ll let you be the judge. To me, it sounds, and I hate to say this, slurry. Musically, it’s nothing new: Motown redux. Vocally, it’s kind of sad. But I’m no Simon Cowell! Tell us what you think of the latest from Miss Winehouse in the comments. The song will appear on Quincy Jones’ upcoming “tribute” album, Soul Bossa Nostra, which drops November 9. [ONTD] Keep reading »

Tim Gunn Rooted For Mondo, But Is Cool With Gretchen Winning “Project Runway” Because She’s Poor


Well, this is interesting. In the video above, Tim Gunn is asked what he thought about the “Project Runway” finale, in which Gretchen was awarded the top prize. Tim explains that host Heidi Klum asked him who he thought should win and he agreed with her that Mondo was the best choice, but that Heidi couldn’t get Nina Garcia or Michael Kors to budge. In the end, Tim agreed with some random woman in a deli, who told him that Mondo would succeed no matter what, while Gretchen needed the money. And that, my friends, will go down as the real reason Gretchen, who everyone hated for her attitude and hippie dippie designs (except me), won “Project Runway.” Keep reading »

Sally Draper Would Like To Punch Betty In The Face, Too


Preternaturally intelligent Kiernan Shipka, who plays Sally Draper on our fave show ever, “Mad Men,” was interviewed by Entertainment Weekly about the show and her role on it. Kiernan was frank about her feelings about TV mom Betty Draper. “As much as I don’t like Betty’s character,” she said, “January‘s amazing and I love watching Betty. But I hate Betty as a person. I sometimes I just wanna punch her in the face.” Us too, Kiernan. Us too. [Entertainment Weekly] Keep reading »

Judd Apatow’s Hilarious Video For American Jewish World Service


I’ve never been a huge fan of charity videos because they’re so dramatic and subsequently always make me cry. I cry at the babies playing with flies. The sad-eyed dogs. The animals in cages faintly crying. If Sarah McLachlan is playing in the background, I’m already bummed. But Judd Apatow has gone a totally different route with his video for AJWS, the American Jewish World Service. I literally laughed out loud several times and it actually made me want to support them because they made a good case and didn’t mess up my mascara. Keep reading »

Quickies: “The Real Housewives” React To NeNe’s New Nose & Tila Tequila Isn’t A Kidnapper

  • NeNe’s new nose is one of the new characters on this season of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” but the good gossip in tonight’s episode is about when Phaedra’s baby is due and when it was conceived. Things just don’t add up. [BravoTV.com]
  • Kimora Lee Simmons wants you to be the face of her new skincare line. [Celebuzz]

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The Boob Tube: Must-See TV For The Week Of November 1, 2010

The big theme on the small screen this week? Guest stars! We’ve got Timothy Dalton on “Chuck,” Mandy Moore on “Grey’s Anatomy,” Hilary Duff on “Community,” Jason Sudeikis on “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia,” and Eliza Dushku on “The Big Bang Theory.” But what do you really need to watch this week? Previews and more after the jump.
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Zach Galifianakis Lights Up On Joint On Live TV


Last week, while watching reruns of “Bored to Death,” I watched Zach Galifianakis smoke a lot of pot. Or more accurately, act like he was smoking a lot of pot. But then he smoked it for real on “Real Time with Bill Maher.” Zach lit up a joint while the show was discussing Proposition 19—a bill in California that would allow people over the age of 21 to possess an ounce of marijuana. The bill, which would allow the state to regulate and tax pot, will most likely be defeated in the election tomorrow. Zach waved the joint in front of his fellow commentators faces, at which point Bill groaned, “Oh god.” In other words, it seemed pretty real. So—brilliant move by Zach? Or totally irresponsible? [PopEater] Keep reading »

“Charlie’s Angels” Coming To The Small Screen. Again.

After a TV series that ran five years in the 1970s and three movies in the 2000s, you’d think we’d be done with “Charlie’s Angels.” But, perhaps based on the popularity of the new “Hawaii Five-O,” ABC and Sony are planning a brand-new reboot of the show to air next fall. The series will be produced by Al Gough and Miles Millar—the dudes who took the Superman legend to a new place in “Smallville”—along with Drew Barrymore, who produced and starred in the movie remakes of the show. And they’re promising a little something different.
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