Jennifer Lawrence was a big winner at the 27th Annual Kids' Choice Awards.
The event, hosted by Mark Wahlberg, named Lawrence, who wasn't in attendance, as Favorite Movie Actress and Favorite Female Buttkicker. Her hit film, Hunger Games: Catching Fire, also won for Favorite Movie.
Former Nickelodeon star Drake Bell has filed for bankruptcy, TMZ.com reports.
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Marvel's Avengers Assemble
Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man is currently between seasons, but everyone's favorite web slinger is the star attraction of Disney XD's Marvel Universe block this Sunday, Dec. 8. Spidey guest stars on the network's animated hits, Marvel's Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. (8/7c) and Marvel's Avengers Assemble (8:30/7:30c), teaming up with his fellow heroes in two separate adventures. Ultimate Spider-Man star Drake Bell provides the character's voice in both shows.
Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel
Disney Channel's Phineas and Ferb help Spider-Man, the Hulk, Thor and Iron Man save the world in the crossover TV special Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel, set to debut Friday, Aug. 16 at 8/7c.
Disney Channel SVOD and WATCH Disney Channel users will be given a first look at the special beginning Monday, Aug. 12. Starting Saturday, Aug. 17, the special will be available for download on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video Store and Microsoft Xbox.
Splash crowned its first winner Tuesday and Rory Bushfield walked away with the Crystal Splash trophy (yes, that's what it's called). The extreme freestyle skier and his insane acrobatics, not to mention ruptured eardrum, emphatically beat out Drake Bell and runner-up Nicole Eggert, who suffered a nasty and literal backflop into the water on her final dive. "It was up to the fans [to vote for the winner], so you never know what's going to happen," Bushfield tells TVGuide.com. "But Nicole was pretty badass. She went for that double and almost had it." See whate else Bushfield, had to say about his victory, if Bell was really calling him out and doing the show for his late wife, pioneering freestyle skier Sarah Burke.
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"It's kind of crazy how much people love them," Austin tells TVGuide.com. "ABC had to start putting them up online [after each person's elimination]. The funny thing to us is that people might have them on their iPods, like they're actually real songs. You get ...
Louie Anderson knows that Splash is completely outrageous — but that's why you should watch.
"ABC didn't put it on because they thought it was groundbreaking," he tells TVGuide.com. "They put it on because hey, this is what traditionally TV has been about. It's something purely fun. Just sit back, don't think and enjoy it. Don't take it seriously."
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If you are watching Splash earnestly, you're doing it wrong. ABC's celebrity diving show is no game-changer to the reality genre. It's not going to dethrone The Amazing Race at the Emmys, let alone make the nominees list. Splash is terrible — but in the most amusing way possible. It's categorically ridiculous, daffy, harmless (well, except for you, Chuy), lighthearted, addictive and fun — and really, isn't that what TV should be? Don't believe us? Here are eight reasons why it's time to get off a get off your TV high horse and, uh, dive in.