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At the Movies: No Madea Rest for Tyler Perry

Per the Hollywood Reporter, Tyler Perry will portray Madea and Uncle Joe in Tyler Perry's Meet the Browns, an adaptation of his stage play about a single mother who travels with her kids to the funeral of the father she never met.... Stan Lee has inked an exclusive deal with Walt Disney Studios, giving the Mouse first dibs on any stuff churned out by Lee and his POW! Entertainment.... Per Variety, Naomi Watts will star in We Are All the Same, an adaptation of Nightline correspondent Jim Wooten's novel about a white South African woman who adopted a black child with AIDS. read more

Short Cuts: SNL, Keith Partridge, Hot Kisses and More!

Julia Louis-Dreyfus will host Saturday Night Live on March 17. Snow Patrol is musical guest.... A David Cassidy memoir in which the Partridge Family heartthrob recalls his drug use and wild romps and discusses his "oft-complimented endowment" will only be released in Britian, says the New York Daily News, as it doesn’t have a U.S. publisher.... ABC's World News with Charles Gibson was the top-rated evening newscast last week.... Naomi Watts and longtime beau Liev Schreiber are expecting their first child together. Yawn.... Sawyer smoochin' Kate? Alex macking on Addison? Cast your vote for TV's sexiest kiss in the new TVGuide.com poll. read more

King Kong Unleashes a Beast of a DVD

Andy Serkis gave life to King Kong.

When the visual-effects team for King Kong took to the stage to accept their Oscar earlier this month, they made a point to thank Andy Serkis. It's not very often that actors are cited by visual-effects winners, but then again Serkis is no ordinary actor. For the Lord of the Rings trilogy, he created the voice and movements of the Gollum-Smeagol character. For King Kong, he took on the role of no less than the great ape. TVGuide.com caught up with the Brit for the occasion of Kong's March 28 DVD release to get an idea of exactly what's involved when bringing mythic creatures to life. TVGuide.com: How did it come about that you are director Pe read more

King Kong Unleashes a Beast of a DVD

Andy Serkis gave life to King Kong.

When the visual-effects team for King Kong took to the stage to accept their Oscar earlier this month, they made a point to thank Andy Serkis. It's not very often that actors are cited by visual-effects winners, but then again Serkis is no ordinary actor. For the Lord of the Rings trilogy, he created the voice and movements of the Gollum-Smeagol character. For King Kong, he took on the role of no less than the great ape. TVGuide.com caught up with the Brit for the occasion of Kong's March 28 DVD release to get an idea of exactly what's involved when bringing mythic creatures to life. TVGuide.com: How did it come about that you are director Pe read more

King Kong Unleashes a Beast of a DVD

Andy Serkis gave life to King Kong.

When the visual-effects team for King Kong took to the stage to accept their Oscar earlier this month, they made a point to thank Andy Serkis. It's not very often that actors are cited by visual-effects winners, but then again Serkis is no ordinary actor. For the Lord of the Rings trilogy, he created the voice and movements of the Gollum-Smeagol character. For King Kong, he took on the role of no less than the great ape. TVGuide.com caught up with the Brit for the occasion of Kong's March 28 DVD release to get an idea of exactly what's involved when bringing mythic creatures to life. TVGuide.com: How did it come about that you are director Pe read more

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