What would the "Jersey Shore" be without New Jersey?
MTV has announced that our favorite fist-pumpers are going back to where the magic first began for the show's second season: Seaside Heights, New Jersey.
Rumors circulated after season 1 ended that “Jersey Shore” would head south to Miami - they did, but not for long. After starting season 2 in South Florida, they’ll head back to home sweet home.
“Sex and the City” fans were expecting the upcoming sequel - based off HBO’s hit series - to cover the regular bases: Friendship, fashion, cocktails, romance and, of course, New York.
But moviegoers will also see a few more famous faces. Joining Carrie, Charlotte, Samantha and Miranda is a star-filled cast. Penelope Cruz, Liza Minelli and Miley Cyrus are just a few of the celebs who popped up in the new trailer, recently released online.
The trailer also features “Sex and the City’s” leading men, Mr. Big, Steve, Harry and Carrie’s former love, Aiden (John Corbett), who was absent from the first film.
Watch the girls as they travel from New York to Abu Dhabi when “Sex and the City 2” makes its way to the big screen May 28.
"Jesse James is a Dead Man" died awhile ago. A spokesman for Spike TV said the series, which starred Sandra Bullock's husband, aired its last episode in July 2009. "A decision was made shortly thereafter to not move forward with a second season," according to the spokeman.
In the series, James played a death-defying daredevil, participating in physical challenges using everything from cars and motorcycles to weapons and mega-machines. The series lasted three months on-air. Full episodes can still be seen online at Spike.com.
James has been surrounded by controversy over the last few weeks after reports alleged that he cheated on his wife with as many as four women. The couple has since separated. "There is only one person to blame for this whole situation, and that is me," James said in an apology to Bullock and his family. "It's because of my poor judgment that I deserve everything bad that is coming my way."
ABC is seeking to make an all-night event out of the series finale of "Lost" on Sunday, May 23. TheWrap.com reports that prior to the two-hour episode that night at 9 p.m. ET, there will be a two-hour retrospective. Then later that night, one of the most famous "Lost" fanatics, Jimmy Kimmel, will do a special "Jimmy Kimmel Live" in honor of the show.
So, "Lost" fans will be able to get their fill of the show - and then some - on the final night with five full hours of programming.
Are you savoring every minute left of "Lost?" Are you planning a big "Lost" finale viewing party? Post your comments below and let us know.
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