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The fourth "Ice Age" film has the same easy good nature typical of the decade-old animated franchise. While the first fans of the 2002 original have long aged out of the target audience for these celebrity-voiced prehistoric mammals, new recruits are likely being minted via DVD and download.
In theory, the star-studded annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner is a plum gig, a once-in-a-lifetime chance for comics to enhance their national profiles and gag writers to put material in the mouth of the world's most powerful person. In reality, it's a nerve-wracking pressure cooker for comics and presidential joke penners alike. Off-color and ill-advised jokes can ignite national controversy; political cracks can touch off outraged partisan food fights.
Chaz Bono picked up a pair of trophies at the GLAAD Media Awards.
If, as the adage goes, changes blow in the wind, then with a few snips, lots of smiles and the applause from well-wishers, endless opportunities will abound for the historic Howard Theatre on Monday with a ribbon-cutting that starts a week of celebrations.
Some TV shows really know how to use the venerable tradition of stunt casting.
On Saturday, Seth Meyers will headline Washington's annual "nerd senior prom" or, as it was known in days gone by, the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner. One comic you won't see headlining the dinner or sharing a dais with President Obama is Jackie Mason, who has been unrelentingly skewering the president with gleeful abandon.
After being on his feet for three hours hosting the Emmy Awards, Jimmy Fallon couldn't sit down.