They rarely make TV-movies like Lifetime's Five (Monday, 9/8c) anymore, and I really wish they would. A sensitively told issue-of-the-week anthology in the classic life-affirming tear-jerker tradition, the high-profile talent is on both sides of the camera in these intertwined vignettes dealing with breast cancer. Though the subject matter is wrenching, the tone here is more about emotional uplift, emphasizing the importance of bringing loved ones along for the fight.
Bob Newhart has joined Lifetime's new original movie Project Five, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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An anthology of five short films, Project Five explores the impact of breast cancer on people's lives. Newhart, 81, will play ...
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Rosario Dawson, Angie Harmon, Eva Longoria, Hilary Swank, and Betty White will be among the presenters at the 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, executive producer Jeff Margolis announced Thursday.
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Swank and White are nominated for awards for their performances in Conviction and Hot in Cleveland, respectively. White received the ...
Scarlett Johansson, making her third appearance as Saturday Night Live host, used her monologue to poke fun at how young celebrities can easily stay out of the limelight: wear underwear, don't do a reality show and don't act surprised if your sex tape comes out.
The 25-year-old Tony winner later did an impression of Millionaire Matchmaker's Patti Stanger.
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Mariah Carey, Rosario Dawson, Wyclef Jean and Ashton Kutcher are participating in the second annual TeenNick Halo Awards, the network told TVGuide.com.
The show will recognize four teens for their philanthropic leadership in their respective communities. Each honoree recently was treated to a surprise visit from host and executive producer Nick Cannon and will receive a grant from the Entertainment Industry Foundation.
Jane Lynch, Kevin Spacey and Dakota Fanning are among the presenters for the 19th annual Britannia Awards.
The ceremony, which is given by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Los Angeles, honors those who have made an outstanding contribution to the entertainment industry in the U.S. and Great Britain. The honorees include...
Vanessa Hudgens is going from Disney sweetheart to tragic exotic dancer — on stage.
The 21-year-old High School Musical star will play...
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Anna Friel, the perky star of ABC's Pushing Daisies, has landed the female lead in Will Ferrell's Land of the Lost remake.... Sarah Connor herself, Lena Headey, will switch from fighting murderous cyborgs to dark wizards and the bubonic plague in the supernatural thriller Black Death.... Michael Ealy (Sleeper Cell) is IRS agent Will Smith's brother in Seven Pounds. Rosario Dawson and Woody Harrelson costar.... Garret Dillahunt has joined the cast of Wes Craven's The Last House on the Left remake, playing the thug named Krug.
Question: My question is about the teaser trailer for Rent that's in theaters now. Like many other Rentheads, I loved it. But I can see how it might be confusing or off-putting to people who haven't seen the original show. Have you seen the trailer and, if so, would you share your opinion? Is it a good teaser, or is it undermining the film's chances of attracting a major audience?
Answer: I haven't seen Rent on stage, which is probably an asset rather than a liability when answering this question. Frankly, the teaser trailer didn't make me the slightest bit interested in the movie. First and foremost — hold the hate mail, please; this is just my opinion — I found the song "Seasons of Love" trite and forgettable (or maybe it just doesn't play well out of context), and the whole trailer is built around it. And I wasn't taken by the mixture of relatively realistically staged scenes and what look like sequences staged f