The Social Network
The Social Network took home the top prize at the 61st annual American Cinema Editors' Eddie Awards.
Angus Wall and Kirk Baxter, editors of the film about Facebook, won in the dramatic feature category, while Alice in Wonderland's Chris Lebenzon nabbed the musical or comedy category. Ken Schretzmann and Lee Unkrich took the trophy in animated feature competition for Toy Story 3.
Jerry Trainor, Jennette McCurdy
Nickelodeon's original movie Best Player will debut on Saturday, March 12, at 8/7c, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
The two-hour TV movie stars iCarly's Jennette McCurdy and Jerry Trainor as online video junkies set to compete in the ultimate virtual showdown. Quincy (Trainor), known as "Q" by fellow gamers, is a thirty-something Chinese food delivery man by day and online video game master by night.
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Madison High, Leah Lewis
If Disney's new series Madison High has any of the success of its predecessor, High School Musical, then remember these names: Luke Benward, Leah Lewis and G Hannelius.
Benward, Lewis and Hannelius have been cast in the pilot, which begins shooting in March, Disney announced Thursday. Alyson Reed reprises her High School Musical role as the kids' teacher, Ms. Darbus.
This week's episode of The Vampire Diaries was probably the most epic of the season. Damon and his new girlfriend Andie arrange a dinner party for Elijah so that they can kill him during dessert, while Stefan confesses to Elena that he used to be a rabid murderer. So was the plot successful? Keep reading to find out.
Los Angeles reporter Serene Branson's garbled speech on air Sunday night was caused by a "complex migraine," her doctor told the Los Angeles Times.
According to Dr. Neil Martin, chief of neurosurgery at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, a complex migraine can mimic the symptoms of a stroke, including headache, weakness, loss of vision and difficulty speaking. Martin spoke to the Times with Branson's permission.
Glee co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk are reuniting with FX for a new drama pilot called American Horror Story, the network announced Thursday. Both served as executive producers on the network's previous Emmy-winning drama Nip/Tuck.
Details are scarce about the show. "American Horror Story is a wildly brilliant original series. Ryan and Brad Falchuk, who created it together, are evil geniuses and, in the spirit of the...