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Midweek TV Nite Lineup

Tuesday, December 9 by

After a rough day of work, or 10 hours of XBOX, it's good to know that you always have TV to show some awesome slowmotion face slapping, and an over the top adventure TV movie to make you so comfortably numb.Prime Time TV

Exclusive Interview With Brea Grant

Tuesday, December 9 by

I recently had the honor of sitting down with rising television star Brea Grant in a secluded location on the outskirts of Los Angeles. Our extensive conversation spanned many topics, including Tex Mex food, shoveling elephant poop, and some of those inherent characteristics that make us all human, such as being disgusted by elephant poop.

The Blood on the Wall

Tuesday, December 9 by

How many empty warehouses are there in California? Bllions apparently. It amazes me how Sarah always seems to find one. Is there some sort of fan forum message board that has a directory? It boggles my mind. Here's your recappage, Junkie.

Test

Tuesday, December 9 by

OK, so I type in some stuff, and then I type in some more stuff, and then I add a page break.

8 Reasons Child Stars Have No Excuse

Tuesday, December 9 by

Being a child actor isn’t easy.  Strange women put makeup on you while stranger men with cameras have you read the line “Uh-oh… don’t tell Daaaaadd” 130 times until you get it PERFECT.  While other kids are struggling with public school and the realities of being 9, you’re driving a Hummer-mini, taking scotch-fueled showers with call girls, and spending six figures at the FAO Schwatz blow counter.

Link Dump

Tuesday, December 9 by

 World's greatest game show (Maxim) New Monsters Vs Aliens Featurette (Empire) Why switching bodies with someone would suck (Cracked) Watchmen Comic-Con footage hits iTunes (Comingsoon) Rare sci-fi movie props hit action block (Wired) YouTube drama spawns doc (Hollywoodreporter)      

For Your Consideration: Kirk Lazarus

Tuesday, December 9 by

The genius of Tropic Thunder is that the possibilities for jokes are basically endless. They created this bizarre meta comedy that broke through the Third Wall.  And Awards season only offers even more outlets for spoofing the Hollywood machine– a machine that ramps up the pretentious seriousness about this time of year.

Baby Drama and Congo Karma

Tuesday, December 9 by

Angie and Henry start to talk about having another kid (and, I suppose by inference, Edward does too), but neither half of the personality is too excited about the idea. Edward and Raymond must also capture a corrupt military leader from the Congo and deliver him to justice at the International Court in the Hague, but they discover a hostage in the process, who claims to once have worked for Edward's company.

Capturing the Catalyst

Tuesday, December 9 by

Heroes is heating up! In this episode Claire follows her baby self around, intent on keeping the catalyst from being delivered to her own body, Sylar goes power-hungry and embarks on another killing spree, Nathan starts to work with Pinehearst on building an army for the coming war, and Hiro gets to talk to his mom and find out deeper secrets concerning the catalyst. Read more for full coverage.

Link Dump

Monday, December 8 by

Boobies + Disney = Unemployed Captain Jack (KTLA) Emma Watson: I'd go naked (Huffington Post)

Chandni Chowk to China Trailer

Monday, December 8 by

Im going to go ahead and name this one Crouching Tiger Hidden Curry. It's hard to tell what the crap is going on with it. It looks like one part Bollywood dance off, one part Chinese Kung Fu. But staring Borat. And released by Warner Brothers. Usually I hate anything Bollywood, but this one looks genre-bending enough to merit a look.    

5 Stages of Grief In 10 Movie Corpses

Monday, December 8 by

To the dearly departed, we are gathered here today to bid farewell to on-screen corpses. They taught us a bunch. As you slowly progress through the 5 stages of grief,  Screenjunkies is here with more wisdom than the drunk guy at the wake's open bar. So please join us as we find out what these big screen bodies can teach us about the healing process.

Monday Mashup: Titanic 2: Marriage Disaster

Monday, December 8 by

Ok, neither of these are exactly dude movies. But we have to give credit where credit is due. It's kind of a great idea to think of Revolutionary Road as a 2 hour alternative ending to Titanic.

Exclusive Lesbian Vampire Killers Poster

Monday, December 8 by

 

The Heroes Have Their Powers Back

Sunday, December 7 by

Mondays are good nights for TV. The weekend didn't have much to offer in the way of Box Office. Honestly, the world of media is in a little bit of a pre-holiday slump. But fear not: Tonight has plenty to keep you busy, including Colbert on the Conan, Heroes, and Terminator.Prime Time TV   Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles- Monday 8/7c, on FOX Last week Sarah tracked the Turk, Jesse's plans complicated matters, and Ellison met an important person through Weaver. Tonight, Sarah and Cameron try to protect a family linked to Derek while Jesse's life is endangered. Heroes Airs Monday night, 9/8c on NBC Last week a powerful eclipse casted a looming shadow over all the heroes, and disabled their abilities. Tonight Hiro and Claire go back in time to the moment Noah took Claire from Kaito Nakamura, Sylar interferes with with the Haitian's attempt to defeat Arthur, and Suresh makes major progress with the formula. Late Show Round-Up (From Best to Worst) Conan 1235/1135c NBC Stephen Colbert, Keri Russell, The Lee Boys Letterman- 1130/1030c CBS Jennifer Connelly, Anderson Cooper, Ball State Top Ten ListLeno 1135/1035c NBC Will Smith, Paula Deen, K.D. Lang Happy TV Watching, from Screenjunkies.com

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