What the Smurf, Sony?
We've been waiting in anticipation for a first look at the new 3-D Smurfs movie, but instead you've given us the tease of all teases.
The new trailer — introduced by star Neil Patrick Harris in front of what looks like a department store makeup counter — starts out with your typical deep-voiced announcer and a rather ominous score. From there, we see ...
This summer, House fans equipped with iPhones have been having fun downloading comedic mini episodes centered around multilingual character Nurse Jeffrey (Patrick Price) and his vendetta (established at the end of last season's regular TV episodes) to bring down House by gathering bitchy tales from fellow Princeton-Plainsboro staffers with axes to grind. House executive producer Katie Jacobs produced and directed the 13 'appisodes' of Nurse Jeffrey over four days after last season wrapped. They can be viewed...
Michelle Stafford, Sarah Joy Brown
Only one thing is certain about the 37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards: My predictions will suck and as always I will blame it on those crazy blue-ribbon judges! Still, after re-watching each of the episodes submitted by the soap nominees, I can't resist my yearly exercise in embarrassment. So here goes...
John Goodman, Treme
Cheers to Treme for marching to its own beat.
As HBO's post-Katrina New Orleans drama has weaved its way towards Sunday's Season 1 finale, even die-hard fans of The Wire creator David Simon have found their patience tested by his new show's pokey pace and frequent breaks for (admittedly fabulous) tunes. Simon seemed to respond to the criticism when he had John Goodman's Tulane professor Creighton Bernette tell his students of Kate Chopin's novel The Awakening: "Don't think in terms of a beginning and an end, because unlike some plot-driven entertainments, there is no closure in real life...
The '61 Lincoln convertible has pulled up to the curb once more and Vincent Chase's crew is climbing out for a seventh season of Entourage (Sunday, June 27, 10:30/9:30c, HBO), but the bonds between the party-hardy boys and the women who love them will grow — and, in one case, be tested.
In Friday's episode of Big Time Rush (8/7c on Nickelodeon), the guys bump into American Idol winner Jordin Sparks when she's recording a new song with the band's label. Not only did the show's stars, James Maslow, Kendall Schmidt, Carlos Pena and Logan Henderson, get to act alongside the singer, but the foursome filmed a new music video with her as well. Shooting with Sparks "was a lot of fun," Pena tells TVGuide.com. "She's very talented, and it's a very funny episode."
Watch the video for the brand new song "Count on You," which will be featured in Friday's episode, titled "Big Time Sparks."