Mark your calendars for Nov. 16, 2012.
That's when Part 2 of Breaking Dawn — the fifth and final installment of the Twilight series — will be hitting theaters.
Bill Condon to direct final Twilight film
Breaking Dawn, the fourth novel in...
Bill Condon has been tapped to direct the final Twilight film, Breaking Dawn, according to The Associated Press.
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Condon, who also directed Dreamgirls and won an Oscar for the screenplay of Gods and Monsters, will helm the fourth installment, which centers on...
What do Steve Carell, Jenna Fischer, Rainn Wilson and B.J. Novak all have in common, besides being primary players on NBC's The Office (Thursdays at 9:30 pm/ET)? Each of them has either been Q&A'd by or penned blogs for TVGuide.com during this, the series' second season. Who is conspicuously MIA from that list? That's right — on the occasion of the season finale, we finally got on the phone with...
TVGuide.com: ... the elusive John Krasinski.John Krasinski: Hello! How are you doing?
TVGuide.com: I'm good! I've had Jenna and B.J. talking about you ad nauseam in their TVGuide.com blogs, but I have yet to actually talk to you.Krasinski: Oh, man. Well, I'm very excited to talk to you then!
TVGuide.com: You should know that Jenna's been talking all kinds of smack about how Brian [Baumgartner, Kevin] has been beating up
Question: There is a movie called "Dream Girls" that's either supposed to come out in theaters or air on TV — I can't remember when. The cast includes Eddie Murphy, Beyoncé Knowles and some girl from American Idol. Can you please let me know the 411? Thanks.Answer: Dreamgirls is a feature-film adaptation of the late theater director Michael Bennett's 1981 Broadway musical chronicling the rise of the Dreamettes (later simply the Dreams), a 1960s singing trio who bear no small resemblance to the real-life Supremes. The original cast included Jennifer Holliday (the show's breakout star) as Effie, the full-figured belter who gets squeezed out in the group's bid for crossover success;