Below is the official video for "I Can Do It Alone" by Hayden Panettiere. The song comes from the soundtrack of Hoodwinked Too! Hood Versus Evil, in which Panettiere takes over voicing Little Red Ridinghood (Anne Hathaway portrayed the character in the first installment). The clip mixes live-action footage of Panettiere looking achingly serious in a studio and in front of a green screen, with animated scenes from the film. This is definitely a CGI-character empowerment anthem if ever there were.
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Kate Middleton and Prince William
The royal newlyweds aren't jetting off to celebrate their royal nuptials alone just yet. The official royal wedding site has posted a bulletin stating that Prince William will resume his military duty in the Royal Air Force next week.
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"The locations of both their private weekend before the duke returns to work and their future honeymoon, which will be overseas, will not be disclosed in advance," the post reads...
John Bradley, Kit Harington
In the cutthroat world of Game of Thrones, it's not easy being a bastard.
It's also a challenge playing one. Newcomer Kit Harington tells TVGuide that he had to learn to embrace the term "bastard," which is used quite frequently and openly in the series to describe his character Jon Snow, the illegitimate son of Winterfell's Lord Ned Stark (Sean Bean).
TV Guide Network is developing a TV series based on the popular celebrity website Gossip Cop, the network announced Tuesday.
The series will cover the biggest and most entertaining celebrity stories of the week, dividing fact from fiction. The show will also give celebrities the chance to "fight back" to set ...
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge
This is delightful history." So declared TV's reigning queen of news, Barbara Walters, as the newly wed Catherine, now Duchess of Cambridge, emerged from Westminster Abbey alongside her prince Friday morning to pealing bells, cheering crowds and a gawking worldwide TV audience estimated in the billions, soaking up a jubilant moment in the often rocky life of the British royals. In shared media moments like this, we are all uncommonly privileged commoners, granted a front-row seat to rubberneck at will at a lavish ceremony, festooned with wacky hats, that seemingly went off without a hitch. Watching in high-def (a first for a British royal wedding), I was struck by both the intimacy and grandeur of what the cameras captured: best man Harry's sly look backward at Kate's long approach down the aisle while his brother faced forward — he apparently whispered, "Wait till you see her" — the sideways amused glances between Kate and William revealing that they were keeping it real amidst the pomp, the prince's struggle to place the ring on her finger, all set against sweeping long shots, including staggeringly beautiful aerials of the entire abbey, like something out of a classic movie romance....