Howie Mandel sits down with Access to chat about "Deal or No Deal" moving to Connecticut and the changes coming to the show.
Andy Samberg talks about coming to Comic-Con and his role in "Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs." Plus, is Andy on Team Edward or Team Jacob?
Access catches up with Jordin Sparks at the 2009 Teen Choice Awards where she talks about Paula Abdul's exit from "American Idol," and she gives Paula words of encouragement.
Access catches up with Joe Jackson at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas where he talks about the LA County Coroner's office ruling that Michael's death was a homicide.
Gene Simmons and his family hit the red carpet at the "Extract" premiere in Hollywood where they chat about Gene's hilarious role in the move.
Access shows how the stars are going green with their favorite jeans. In a home made of recycled materials and solar panels in LA, fashion stylist Sara Murray unveils eco-chic denim.
"Glee" star Matthew Morrison talks with Access about plans to perform with the cast at the White House for Easter, but will he join them on the tour?
Channing and Marlon talk about the difficulty of filming in the accelerator suits. Plus, Channing talks about postponing his honeymoon due to scheduling.
Melissa Etheridge reveals some fun tidbits in Access Hollywood Live's "Three Things You Don't Know About..." segment. Did she really teach Brad Pitt to fish?
Sarah Jessica Parker and Chris Noth hit the set for the first day of shooting on the streets of New York City, as fans watch on.
Erin Andrews was smoking hot in her "Flashdance" costume on "Dancing with the Stars," but will it be enough to take her to the finals?
What parents need to know before their kids see Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
Aspiring music exec Aaron Green (Jonah Hill) has just 72 hours to deliver rock legend Aldous Snow (Russell Brand) to LA, navigating a minefield of mayhem to get him there in this hit comedy!
It's the hysterically funny look at how far one man will go to forget a girland all the fun he finds along the way!
Sometimes, four legs are better than two. Dan (Brendan Fraser, The Mummy franchise) just moved his wife and son to the woods to take a new job with a supposedly eco-friendly housing development. But the fur—and Dan's temper—is sure to fly when the local critters learn of the bleak plans for their forest home and stop at nothing to halt construction. Brooke Shields (TV's "Lipstick Jungle"), Matt Prokop (High School Musical 3: Senior Year), Ken Jeong (Knocked Up) and Angela Kinsey (TV's "The Office") co-star in this comedy for the whole family.
Jonah Hill and Russell Brand reunite with the director of Forgetting Sarah Marshall in this outrageous comedy about Aaron Green (Hill), an aspiring music executive, who has 72 hours to deliver the wild rock legend, Aldous Snow (Brand), from London to Los Angeles for a comeback concert. In order to keep his job, Aaron must navigate a minefield of mayhem and debauchery to get Snow to the world famous Greek Theatre on time! From the producer of Knocked Up and Superbad comes the movie that’s “a raucous, rowdy good time” (Ty Burr, The Boston Globe).
Sometimes, four legs are better than two. Dan (Brendan Fraser, The Mummy franchise) just moved his wife and son to the woods to take a new job with a supposedly eco-friendly housing development. But the fur--and Dan's temper--is sure to fly when the local critters learn of the bleak plans for their forest home and stop at nothing to halt construction. Brooke Shields (TV's "Lipstick Jungle"), Matt Prokop (High School Musical 3: Senior Year), Ken Jeong (Knocked Up) and Angela Kinsey (TV's "The Office") co-star in this comedy for the whole family.
All hell breaks loose when Tisha and Nicole reluctantly join forces with Eva Marcille and Kevin's exes, Nadine Velasquez and Bridgette, to plan a promotional baby shower for Selita — to be televised on Nick's Ncredible Network.
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Eighty-six contestants from around the world compete in swimsuit and evening gown competitions at Crocus City Hall in Moscow.
Spoiler alert! Would it ruin your day if we wrote what happened in this entire episode right here in the summary? Well, that's how many New Yorkers felt when Joel McHale's reporter Michael Kosta hit the streets to tell unsuspecting television viewers exactly how their favorite shows ended or how their favorite protaganists bit the dust. Plus, it's a duel between Mario Lopez and Billy Bush for the world's next greatest news man!
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Evan has to make a life-changing decision, while everyone else has different motives for winning the big pot at the Casino Night party.
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