November 13th, 2009
01:56 PM ET
Here's what's happening in the world of entertainment:
"Charlie's Angels" is returning to TV, Variety reports. ABC wants to do a modern version of the 1970s show, after its remake of "V."
It turns out that former President Clinton is a fan of "Mad Men." The Chicago Sun-Times quoted him as saying, "You ever watch that TV series 'Mad Men?' If I keep watching this program, will I ever find a happy person? Great television. Good drama. But a lot of really painful reminders in that show about how black people were supposed to run the elevators... were supposed to ask permission before they get on an elevator. The way women were treated is appalling and only occasionally funny to me."
"Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" beat "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" in the ratings for the first time last week, Variety reports. "Late Show with David Letterman" has regularly been beating "The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien."
At the box office this weekend, John Cusack witnesses the world coming to an end in "2012," Philip Seymour Hoffman takes us back to the '60s in "Pirate Radio," George Clooney voices the animated "Fantastic Mr. Fox," and Woody Harrelson stars as a Casualty Notification Officer with the Army in "The Messenger." Share your movie reviews here.
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