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Mishap Renders Schwarzenegger a Broken-legger

California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will need crutches, screws to secure his thigh bone, and several weeks of recovery after undergoing surgery on a broken right leg, which he suffered during a weekend ski trip with his family in Sun Valley, Idaho. Despite the booboo, the Governator does not intend to delay his second inauguration, scheduled for Jan. 5, a spokesperson tells the AP. Though Schwarzenegger is described as being "very comfortable" following surgery, the pain at times was likened to the excruciating Jingle All the Way. read more

T3 Bad Girl Goes Medieval on Us

Kristanna Loken, Dark Kingdom: The Dragon King

Kristanna Loken, who held her own against Arnold Schwarzenegger as an assassin from the future in Terminator 3, plays a femme force from the past in the Sci Fi Channel original movie Dark Kingdom: The Dragon King, premiering tonight at 9 pm/ET. (Part 2 airs Tuesday at 9.) TVGuide.com rang up the onetime supermodel to talk about her turn as Brunnhild, Valkyrie warrior queen. TVGuide.com: In which country have I reached you, having dialed that long series of numbers?Kristanna Loken: I'm in South Africa, on holiday. I have a house here, my "escape." It's beautiful here. TVGuide.com: First off, will you be at all offended if I don't spell your last name with that "o" with the slash through it? Loken: No, because that's not re read more

I am doing some research on ...

Ewan McGregor in The Island

Question: I am doing some research on films with a cloning theme but have, so far, only managed to come up with two: Four Sided Triangle (1952) a story built around a duplicator; and the very well-known The Fly (1958 and 1986) and its sequel(s). Can you suggest any others?


Answer:
Hate to be negative right off the bat, but neither the 1958 version of The Fly nor the 1986 David Cronenberg remake is actually about cloning: They're about transporting physical objects by breaking them down into their cellular particles and then reassembling them in another location — like the transporter in Star Trek. But Four Sided Triangle is a read more

Which Dancing Stars Are Hot... and Not?

Dancing with the Stars' Stacy Keibler and Tony Dovolani

Last week's second-season premiere of ABC's Dancing with the Stars (Thursdays at 8 pm/ET; results show on Friday at 8 pm/ET) saw a record number of viewers tune in — and ESPN talking head Kenny Mayne ushered out. Who of this year's remaining hoofers has what it takes to waltz their way to the top? TV Guide offers a roundup. Lisa Rinna & Louis van Amstel Ignoring her gut instinct, Rinna, 42, turned down the first season of Dancing with the Stars. Her agents — and hubby Harry Hamlin — worried that it was just another cheesy reality show. But when it debuted last June, "I wanted to kill myself! I thought it was brilliant," Rinna says. Now the self-professed "workout fiend" is getting a second chance. "My body is ready for this, but I'm tired mentally," she says. "The mental part is very hard read more

Which Dancing Stars Are Hot... and Not?

Dancing with the Stars' Stacy Keibler and Tony Dovolani

Last week's second-season premiere of ABC's Dancing with the Stars (Thursdays at 8 pm/ET; results show on Friday at 8 pm/ET) saw a record number of viewers tune in — and ESPN talking head Kenny Mayne ushered out. Who of this year's remaining hoofers has what it takes to waltz their way to the top? TV Guide offers a roundup. Lisa Rinna & Louis van Amstel Ignoring her gut instinct, Rinna, 42, turned down the first season of Dancing with the Stars. Her agents — and hubby Harry Hamlin — worried that it was just another cheesy reality show. But when it debuted last June, "I wanted to kill myself! I thought it was brilliant," Rinna says. Now the self-professed "workout fiend" is getting a second chance. "My body is ready for this, but I'm tired mentally," she says. "The mental part is very hard read more

Is it true that Arnold ...

Time of the season: Verne Troyer, Arnold Schwarzenegger

Question: Is it true that Arnold Schwarzenegger directed a Christmas movie? My friend bet me it's so, but I think it's an urban myth. Answer: Like you, I don't immediately connect Christmas movies and Arnold Schwarzenegger, and when I do give the matter some thought, I come up Jingle All the Way (1996), a dyspeptic tale of a beleaguered dad (Schwarzenegger) desperate to score a Turbo Man action figure, the year's hottest toy, for his son. But the fact is, your friend is right: The Governator did direct a 1992 made-for-TV remake of the classic Christmas in Connecticut (1945). The original film starred Barbara Stanwyck as a Marth read more

Vet Earns M.D. on Grey's Anatomy

Isaiah Washington

For the first 23 years of his life, before he embarked on a circuitous two-decade acting career and the breakout role of Dr. Preston Burke on Grey's Anatomy, Isaiah Washington walked a very straight line.

He woke up every day knowing exactly what he was supposed to do and who he was supposed to be. Everyone in his suburban Houston neighborhood — where he did his homework, got good grades and stayed out of trouble — knew he was going to get a football scholarship to pay his way through college. But even when that didn't happen, he simply went to the backup plan and joined the Air Force, where he learned enough about aerospace engineering to land a successful private sector job in Washington, D.C.

Throughout it all, he showed up every day and worked hard, and if he had any questions, he asked someone in charge: a coach, a superior officer, a boss. He got married the day aft read more

SNL Star's "Girlie" Story

You know you've made your mark on pop culture when a politician uses a catchphrase you helped create to gain political leverage. That was comedian Kevin Nealon's surreal experience earlier this year when Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger referred to several members of the California legislature as "girlie men." Here, we ask the Saturday Night Live alum about that controversy, as well as his new GSN show, Poker Royale: The WPPA Championship (Tuesdays at 9 pm/ET). The limited series will reward its winner with a $125,000 grand prize, a chance to split $10 million with a sweepstakes winner and — are you ready? — a GSN bracelet (seriously).TV Guide Online: Isn't it odd that Schwarzenegger — someone you and Dana Carvey used to parody in your "Hans and Franz" sketches — is now California's governor?Kevin Nealon: Well, here's a guy who was a musclehead, a gym rat, who spent all his time in the gym doing whatever those read more

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