They’ve made fun of Nascar, Scientology and everything else under the sun, so the next logical step for “South Park” seems to be mocking the cast of “Jersey Shore.”
New Jersey is taking over the nation state-by-state, and it seems that the residents of South Park are next, according to a press release from Comedy Central.“As the Jerseyites spill into Colorado and approach South Park, Randy and the boys stand strong against the onslaught.”
The preview available on “South Park’s” website shows Randy and Stan with guns hiding behind piles of discarded furniture.
Jonah Hill has gone from starring in comedies to dramas and then back again, not only showing his desire to grow as an actor, but also his ability to nail a variety of parts.
“Get Him to the Greek,” a summer blockbuster which premiered on June 4, is out on DVD and Blu-ray today, but in between the film's debut in theaters and the DVD hitting the shelves, Hill was still dabbling in multiple other projects.
“Cyrus” came out a few weeks ago, and Hill recently finished work on “Moneyball.” His next venture will be “The Sitter,” which started production this week, and then “21 Jump Street,” a movie he helped write. Needless to say, the 26-year-old is busy.
"American Idol" is adding some big names for its 10th season, and Jimmy Iovine is one of them.
For those of you unfamiliar with Iovine, the Interscope Geffen A&M Records chairman has been a celebrated figure since the 1970’s, and has worked with artists such as John Lennon, U2, Eminem and 50 Cent.
Iovine joins "American Idol" as an in-house mentor, where he will lend his expertise and creativity to contestants backstage (Fast Company named him as one of the top 100 Most Creative People in Business this year).
Nothing stands the test of time like a loving, old-fashioned mother-daughter relationship.
Lauren Graham, formerly known to the world as Lorelai Gilmore from "Gilmore Girls," told Vanity Fair that a movie based on the long-running series is definitely a possibility.
“What’s funny to me is that in all these years, no one ever talked about it except the fans,” she told Vanity Fair. “But now people with power, people who could actually make it happen, are talking about it.”
If you thought “Hellcats” would try to emulate “Glee,” you were right. If you thought it was possible, you were wrong.
From the very beginning of “Hellcats,” we learn that lead character Marti Perkins is different. She rides her bike everywhere and could never afford to attend a school like Lancer without a scholarship. She’s from Memphis - so a townie by definition - and she hopes a law degree can take her far, far away from the city and her deadbeat mother.
But Marti’s scholarship is taken away, and she has one week to find a new way to pay for school.
With “The Romantics” set to premiere on September 10, Katie Holmes has opened up about the drama's cast and filming the project - as well as about her own romantic spouse.
“My husband has red roses for me everywhere I go,” the 31-year-old actress revealed to Parade magazine. In “The Romantics,” however, Holmes’ love story is not so straightforward. She plays the maid of honor to a friend marrying her ex-boyfriend – a man she still has feelings for.
Holmes said she loved the script from the beginning, and the love triangle was especially intriguing.
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