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Latest Zach Braff Items
Since directing "Garden State," Zach Braff has continually prepared music in an iTunes playlist titled "For Next Movie." Nine years and hundreds of saved songs later, Mr. Braff hopes he's finally making his follow-up to "Garden State" — if his fans can help.
Sam Raimi’s “Oz the Great and Powerful” does not even begin to compare with the timeless majesty of its 1939 predecessor, Victor Fleming’s “The Wizard of Oz,” which still ranks as one of the great big-screen fantasies. The good news is that Mr. Raimi’s movie doesn’t really try — and, indeed, often seems charmingly aware of its own relative shortcomings.
Kelly Clarkson had the best acceptance speech of the night, at least according to Pink.
It's a glorious late summer day in the Catskills Mountains, perfect for a nice dip in the water. But the large, inviting swimming pool at one sleep-away camp is untouched.
Our list includes "Diagnosis: Murder," "Chicago Hope," "Dr. Kildare" and the dearly departed "House."
Media Research Center founder Brent Bozell has seen a lot of media abuse in his time as the master monitor of the liberal press. Now, he's seen the very worst: The broadcast networks "all but spiked the largest legal action in history to defend our constitutionally protected religious freedom," the analyst says, citing CBS, ABC and NBC for skimming over news that 43 Catholic dioceses and organizations filed a lawsuit Monday against the Obama administration.
One was waiting tables at a Times Square seafood restaurant. Another was in Disney films and on tour with the Jonas Brothers. A third had performed at Carnegie Hall, but wondered when she'd land theater's biggest prize.
Lady O in the money
Lady O in the money