The Cleveland Show geeks out for its Season 2 finale when the Brown/Tubbs family heads to Comic-Con (Sunday, 9:30/8:30c, Fox). Tired of being overshadowed by his wife, Donna, Cleveland wants to "find my thing, something that makes me utterly unique." In typical random fashion, he comes up with the idea to write his own comic book and peddle it at the annual pop-culture gathering in San Diego. His creation, Waderman (named for the rubber wading boots he wears), is described by The Simpsons' caustic übernerd Comic Book Guy (in the Best. Cameo. Ever.) as "an aquatic superhero who lacks the ability to swim — apparently he also has a superhuman tolerance for irony."
At long last, Kobe Bryant has debuted The Black Mamba.
In a short film directed by Robert Rodriguez, Bryant's alter ego, The Black Mamba, goes up against a trio of villains: The Crippler (Danny Trejo), Mister Suave (Bruce Willis) and The Boss (Kanye West).
Spy Kids star Alexa Vega has gotten married, her rep tells TVGuide.com.
The 22-year-old actress wed longtime boyfriend, Napoleon Dynamite producer Sean Covel, at the Homestake Opera House in Lead, S.D., on Sunday.
Spy Kids director Robert Rodriguez walked Vega, who wore an ...
The American starring George Clooney topped the Labor Day weekend box office with an estimated $13 million, according to Box Office Mojo.
The haul brought the spy film to a total of...
Uh, wow. Robert Rodriguez's Mexploitation-inspired Machete might seem, at first glance, to have a limited audience. It's about a Mexican man who kills his enemies with, yes, machetes, and is an offshoot from Grindhouse, the Rodriguez-Quentin Tarantino collaboration that did only slightly better box office than the cult classics that inspired it. But the Machete trailer Rodriguez cheekily released to coincide with Cinco de Mayo suggests his film may have something for almost everyone. To wit:
Losties: Show veterans Michelle Rodriguez and Jeff Fahey have key roles.
Arizonans: The new trailer thoughtfully opens with a ...