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Movie Reviews 21 Jump Street

It's funny. That's the two-word consensus of just about every newspaper film critic in the nation's largest markets. Each has his/her own variation of stating that, some more enthusiastically than others, but there's no denying...

Jeremy Irons To Join Cast Of Beautiful Creatures

Jeremy Irons is in final negotiations to join the cast of 'Beautiful Creatures'. The 63-year-old actor will join a star studded ensemble including Viola Davis, Emma Thompson, Emmy Rossum and Thomas Mann in the supernatural...

Larry King To Return On New Internet Network

Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim is launching a new international TV network over the Internet that will revive Larry King's interview show, the New York Times reported today (Monday). The newspaper said that the ad-supported network,...

Movie Reviews John Carter

Critics are suggesting that while Tarzan and John Carter were both created by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the latest Disney movie is as far removed from the simple apeman tale as Earth is from Mars. Indeed,...

Nbc Flagship Station Drops Anchor

Sue Simmons, a popular news anchor at WNBC, NBC's flagship TV station in New York since 1980, has been fired. The New York Times reported the ouster on its front page, commenting, "It was as...

Could U.k. Police Probe Of News Corp Be Tainted?

Britain's attorney general, Dominic Grieve, who serves as the chief legal adviser to the government, is examining the damning testimony by the head of Scotland Yard's investigation into alleged telephone hacking and bribery by News...

Modern Family Now Reigns As Tv's Top Show

Driven by viewers who watch programs that they record on DVRs, ABC's Modern Family has become the top-rated show on television among adults 18-49, according to the New York Times. The newspaper observed that while...

Movie Reviews The Lorax

Having already transformed most of Theodor Geisel's most popular Dr. Seuss books into successful movie and TV versions, Hollywood has now turned to a less-loved book, The Lorax, which delivered an environmental message long before...

Nbc Reviving Radio Operations

NBC, it would appear, is getting back into the radio business. On Thursday, it announced that it is expanding its relationship with Dial Global, which acquired the NBC Radio News banner from Westwood One when...

Netflix Becoming A Tv Rerun Service

Given the wariness of the major Hollywood studios to support its streaming service, Netflix will become a mostly TV rerun operation when Starz yanks its content on Wednesday, the New York Times observed today (Tuesday)....

Jonah Hill And James Franco To Star In True Story

Jonah Hill and James Franco are teaming up for 'True Story'. The 'Superbad' star and the '127 Hours' actor will appear in the movie adaptation of Michael Finkel's memoir which will see Jonah play the...

Critics Oscars Amount To Tedium Tv

Film critics wasted no time banging out reviews of Sunday night's Oscars, with several of them posting their assessments of the affair within minutes after the ceremonies concluded. Indeed, Daily Variety 's Brian Lowry posted...

Raf Simons Leaving Jil Sander

Raf Simons is leaving the Jil Sander label.The 43-year-old Belgian designer - who has been creative director at the company for the past seven years - is reportedly set to depart the fashion house imminently,...

Movie Reivews The Secret World Of Arrietty

The Secret World of Arrietty is the latest in a long line of hand-drawn animated films from Japan's Studio Ghibli that invariably receive rapturous reviews but disappointing sales. Manohla Dargis in the New York Times...

Movie Reviews This Means War

This Means War is taking a volley of shots from the nation's leading newspaper critics, most of whom suggest that it's simply not worth the price of today's admissions. Wesley Morris in the Boston Globe...

Winfrey Apologizes For Trying To Manipulate Ratings

Oprah Winfrey, whose OWN cable network remains ratings-challenged, apologized on Monday for posting a message on Twitter asking so-called Nielsen families -- those sampled by the ratings service for its daily reports -- to tune...

Movie Reviews The Vow

The Vow Is the kind of movie that requires a package of Kleenex to sit through -- a "weepie," the critics call it. The problem, some of them say, is that it's not weepie enough....

Chinese Fund To Invest $800 Million In Hollywood

Chinese media mogul Bruno Wu is teaming up with Harvest Fund Management, China's fourth-largest investment-fund management company, to create a massive $800-million fund that will invest in tentpole productions in Hollywood and elsewhere that appeal...

News Websites Competing With Tv News

Broadcast and cable news are about to encounter some formidable competition. The New York Times reported on Sunday that some of the nation's leading news websites, including Politico.com, the HuffingtonPost.com, and the online versions of...

Tv Reviews Smash

Pinning its recovery hopes on a show about a Broadway show, NBC is launching Smash tonight (Monday) with a $7-million pilot that will be followed by a weekly series costing $4 million per episode. (The...

Movie Reviews The Woman In Black

The reviews for Daniel Radcliffe's first post-Harry Potter film are decidedly mixed. The Woman in Black is a period piece, a ghost story and a stage for Radcliffe to prove that he can become a...

Movie Reviews Chronicle

There will be something other than the Super Bowl that will be super this weekend. A movie about three dorky Seattle teenagers -- the sort who would never be seen dead in front of a...

Report Networks Using Tricks To Boost Ratings

Television networks often resort to chicanery and devious manipulation to boost the ratings of some lackluster shows, the New York Times reported on Wednesday, citing as a flagrant example, the decision of ABC to label...

Cynthia Nixon: Being Bisexual Is Not A Choice

Cynthia Nixon has backtracked on her controversial comment where she said homosexuality was "a choice" for her.The 'Sex and the City' actress - who has an 11-month-old son Max with long-term partner and fiancée Christine...

Will Dreamworks Survive?

The ability of DreamWorks to continue turning out costly productions may be tested in coming weeks as it exhausts its first round of financing, including its $325 million from partner Reliance Entertainment and a matching...

Movie Reviews The Grey

Box-office forecasters are predicting that The Grey , starring Liam Neeson, will become this weekend's box office champ. Kyle Smith in the New York Post is not so sure. "t may be too conventional for...

Former Tabloid Editor Admits Using Unreliable Informants

The former investigations editor of the now-defunct British newspaper News of the World has told a panel looking into journalistic ethics that he has used people as sources for stories that police have considered "unreliable."...

Nypd's Top Official Regrets Endorsing Anti-islam Film

New York's top police official has made a 180-degree shift from a previous stance and has now admitted that he agreed to appear in a documentary that claims that much of Muslim leadership in America...

Lady Gaga Helps Dad In Restaurant

Lady Gaga has been helping her father with the opening of his restaurant.The 'Judas' hitmaker - real name Stafani Germanotta - has been advising her dad Joe Germanotta on what to put on the menu...

Cynthia Nixon Chose To Be Gay

Cynthia Nixon says she "chose" to be gay.The former 'Sex and the City' star is engaged to her long-term partner Christine Marinoni - with who she has an 11-month-old son Max - and despite angering...

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