With summer blockbuster season inching closer, Wednesday brought a taste of the action to come.
First up, on June 28, Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx will blast into theaters with "White House Down." Tatum, who's coming off a very strong 2012, will portray a secret service agent charged with protecting Foxx's POTUS as a paramilitary group wages an attack on Washington, D.C.
"Dancing with the Stars" eliminated its first contestant on Tuesday, but it didn't happen thanks to votes from viewers.
Instead, Monday's dismissal came at the advice of a spinal surgeon.
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You know a show is well-made when a possible stolen script can make or break a season.
Such was the fear when, as CNN affiliate KOAT in Albuquerque, New Mexico, reported, someone lifted pages from "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston's car.
The debate over Carrie Bradshaw's relationship with the frustratingly flighty Mr. Big went on for years, and now writer Candace Bushnell is saying her piece.
The author, who wrote both "Sex and the City" and the prequel "The Carrie Diaries," which The CW adapted into a series this year, told The Daily Beast that in real life, Carrie wouldn't have ended up as Mrs. Big.
The 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony just added a slew of big names to its attendees list for the evening.
Joining previously announced presenters and performers will be Carole King, Usher, Alice in Chains' Jerry Cantrell, Harry Belafonte, Spike Lee, Cheech & Chong, John Fogerty, Pearl Jam's Mike McCready, Jackson Browne and Soundgarden's Chris Cornell.
The 28th annual event counts Heart, Randy Newman, Public Enemy, Rush, Albert King and Donna Summer in its new class of inductees.
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