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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Lucy Liu
With all the pressure to strike the right style note at the Golden Globes _ the kickoff to Hollywood's award season _ Claire Danes had one more: a post-baby body.
Jennifer Lawrence and Marion Cotillard were Dior Haute Couture twins on Sunday night's Golden Globe red carpet.
Sherlock Holmes is going to the Super Bowl.
A boiling pot of wild martial arts moves culled from dozens (maybe hundreds) of violent Asian action extravaganzas as sifted through a Tarantino-esque fanboy prism, "The Man With the Iron Fists" feels like both a lavish vanity project and an earnest attempt to deliver a compendium of cool hand-to-hand combat set pieces. The vogue for kung fu, elaborate wire work and fancy blade flashing seems rather past its due-date at this point, making director RZA's realization of his childhood enthusiasms feel a bit quaint, but you certainly can't say it's dull or uneventful. Still, in the U.S., at least, it's hard to see this Universal release breaking out beyond hardcore action fans.
Here's a fearless prediction for the new fall season: "Animal Practice" will be either a hit or a big-time miss, either a comedy game-changer for NBC or a punch line for its ratings desperation.
"Homeland" was honored Monday night as best drama series at the second annual Critics' Choice Television Awards.
Dominant CBS shuffled its schedule for the fall on Wednesday, giving Ashton Kutcher and Simon Baker new nights and adding four new series.