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HBO has tapped OutKast's Andre 3000 and Big Boi to headline a "full-blown singing and dancing musical," Variety reports. The project — which will land in theaters before debuting on HBO — will inject contemporary music into a period tale and feature tunes from the duo's Grammy-winning CD, Speakerboxx/The Love Below. Production is slated to begin later this summer. read more


Mary-Kate Olsen — who for months has dodged anorexia rumors — has entered a treatment facility to seek help for an eating disorder. "[She] made a very courageous, precautionary decision," her rep tells USA Today. "Mary-Kate is taking charge in making this decision. She wants to be healthy." Olsen is expected to remain in treatment for about a month. read more


Star Trek: Voyager Borg Jeri Ryan accused her former husband, Republican Senate candidate Jack Ryan, of trying to coerce her into performing sex acts at various clubs while others (Janeway, the Doctor, the entire Borg collective) watched. The charges — first leveled during the couple's bitter child-custody battle back in 2000 — were made public on Monday. In the documents the actress also acknowledged infidelity on her part, but only after the marriage was irretrievably broken. read more

Nip/Tuck What a juicy second-season...

What a juicy second-season premiere. Nice touch casting Joely Richardson's real-life mother, Vanessa Redgrave, as Julia's mother, Dr. Erica Noughton. But this chilly witch is a child psychologist? Yikes! That aside, Erica certainly wasn't chilly toward Christian when she slipped his hand underneath her skirt. Tell me you didn't see that hook-up coming from a mile away. Still, it was slutty, soapy fun, especially considering the added complication of Christian and Julia's unresolved mutual feelings. Speaking of soapy, Sean's mysterious case of "the yips" — or what I call Soap-Opera Surgeon's Shaky-Hand Syndrome — has been done and redone on daytime dramas for ages. Yawn.

Meanwhile, I'm reminded that Julian McMahon (Christian) spends lots of time stark naked on this show. Never thought I'd hear myself say this, but I'm tired of looking at McMahon's arse. Notice how he's always clenching his cheek read more


The American Film Institute has named "Over the Rainbow" the best movie song of all-time. Rounding out the top five were "As Time Goes By" (Casablanca), "Singin' in the Rain" (Singin' in the Rain), "Moon River" (Breakfast at Tiffany's) and "White Christmas" (Holiday Inn). read more


Mary-Kate Olsen has reportedly entered a treatment facility to seek help for an eating disorder. During her recent PR blitz on behalf of New York Minute, Ashley's look-alike sis appeared shockingly gaunt — leading the tabs to speculate that all the Hollywood pressure had finally taken its toll on the teen billionaire. Star even ran a photo of her skeletal-thin frame underneath the headline "Skin and Bones!" In a statement released through her reps, Mary-Kate thanked her friends and family for all their "encouragement and support." read more


This year's Lollapalooza festival has been scrapped due to poor ticket sales... A lightning strike at CNN's Atlanta headquarters left the cable net without audio for roughly 20 minutes at around 1 pm/ET Monday. The outage occurred just minutes after TV Guide Online's Michael Ausiello appeared on sister net Headline News talking about FX's Nip/Tuck. I'll let you draw your own conclusions about that. read more


After a promising start last week, Fox's new Monday combo of North Shore and The Casino fizzled in their second outings last night. At 8 pm/ET, North Shore averaged 4.6 million viewers, down from nearly 6 million the previous week. The Casino, meanwhile, dipped from 5.6 million to 5.3 million viewers. read more

Deaf Survivor Gets PBS Show

Colorado native Christy Smith was billed as Survivor's first disabled contestant. While the 25-year-old is deaf, she's clearly more than able. Even before she did Survivor: The Amazon — as a sort of Father's Day gift for her dad — the former kids' adventure guide had spent a month in Alaska, roughing it in an Outward Bound program. Despite her determination and experience, Survivor was no picnic.

As fans will recall, Smith's struggles to comprehend what her Survivor tribemates were saying (and plotting) led to tears and confrontations early on. After her ouster on Day 33, her final words were particularly emotional. "I am going to make sure that those freakin' evil stepsisters of mine are not going to win the $1 million," she said about skin 'n' bones beauties Heidi Strobel and Jenna Morasca. She nonetheless voted for Morasca to win in the end. We guess that machete-sharpening runner-up, Matthew van E read more


No one can accuse Ben Affleck of not playing with a full deck. The former Bennifer star won $356,400 at last weekend's Commerce Casino's California State Poker Championship. The win qualifies him for a seat at the World Poker Tour Championship next April and a lifetime membership at GamAnon. read more

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