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The Matrix Reloaded is already shattering box office records. According to industry estimates, the much-hyped sequel's Wednesday-night screenings brought in roughly $9.3 million — the largest preview gross in history. The original record holder was Jurassic Park, which grossed $3.1 million in 1993. read more


Barbara Walters has scored an exclusive interview with Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton to air Sunday, June 8 — the day before her book Living History arrives in stores. Walters reportedly beat out NBC's Katie Couric and ABC colleague Diane Sawyer for the much-sought-after interview. read more


Halle Berry broke her arm while filming a "physically demanding" scene for her upcoming supernatural thriller Gothika in Canada, a Warner Bros. rep confirms. The Oscar winner was treated at a Montreal hospital and released. It's unclear what impact this will have on the production, which is only midway through a nine-week shoot. read more


At last! In Thursday night's sublime Friends season finale, Joey (Matt LeBlanc) kissed longtime crush Rachel ( Jennifer Aniston)! Plus, Ross (David Schwimmer) hooked up with fellow paleontologist Charlie (Aisha Tyler), and, rather than accept a marriage proposal from David (Hank Azaria), Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow) reunited with ex-boyfriend Mike (Paul Rudd). But, although love was in the air, our favorite part was still watching ultracompetitive Monica (the underrated, if not u read more


In case you missed last night's Dawson's Creek series finale, here's what happened: Jack fell for Pacey's bro, Jen croaked, Joey picked Pacey, Dawson made it big in Hollywood and through it all, I prayed for a cable outage. read more


The highly anticipated reunion between Survivor buddies Richard Hatch and Rudy Boesch is finally happening. CBS confirmed at its fall presentation Wednesday that the long-rumored all-star edition of Survivor will air next spring. In addition to Hatch and Boesch (who has to be, like, 98 by now), other alums competing for the special $2 million purse include Susan Hawk, Tina Wesson, Ethan Zohn and Jerri Manthey. What, no Debb Eaton? read more


For the first time in nearly three decades, legendary R&B act the Isley Brothers are ruling the album charts. The group's new CD Body Kiss debuted at No. 1 with 155,000 copies sold. Madonna's American Life, meanwhile, continued to plummet, falling from No. 8 to No. 15. read more


Fox is cashing in on its Joe Millionaire franchise this fall. The network — which unveils its new schedule later today — has slotted Joe 2 for Mondays at 8 pm. (Boston Public moves to Fridays at 9 pm, following Wanda at Large and Luis, a new sitcom starring Luis Guzman as a donut shop owner in New York.) American Juniors, a pint-sized American Idol, will be paired with 24 on Tuesdays until midseason, when Idol 3 launches. (Juniors kicks off its first edition on June 3, with Paula Abdul as host.) Fox's other new offerings include the Norm Macdonald comedy A Minute with Stan Hooper; the Jason Bateman-Portia read more

Tina Fabulous Jeers Bachelor's Tears

After Andrew's shocking decision to eject Tina Fabulous from his Bachelor pad last week, we figure this guy must be sipping a little too much of his Firestone wine. After all, TV Guide Online pegged the 22-year-old Wisconsin-bred bombshell as a shoo-in for bridal bliss. Oh well, his loss! Here, Tina — who's now a TV correspondent in Milwaukee — tells why she won't shed any tears over the millionaire who got away.

TV Guide Online: How did the name Tina Fabulous come about?
I got the nickname from the pack of girls in the house because I was dressed up, and I can throw a football pretty far in stiletto heels!

TVGO: You definitely have the total package — looks, personality and athleticism. What did Andrew not see that we did?
I think we weren't seeing eye-to-eye on having a family. I'm still young, and I want my career to come first.

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CBS Eyes Big Changes this Fall

For a network that preaches stability, CBS is giving its schedule an eye-popping shake-up, adding seven new shows and moving established hits The King of Queens and JAG to new nights. Not surprisingly, CBS Chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves downplays the risk of audience confusion the moves may cause. "Viewers have a hard time keeping up no matter what you do — there's already a lot of confusion," he says. "But when some of the shows you move are already appointment viewing, their fans will move with them."

Still, the network will have to maneuver a tough road next fall, especially given that five of its new shows are dramas, two of which will face off against some of the most popular shows on primetime. Look for CBS to have more success with its two new comedies, Two and a Half Men and The Stones, both of which will follow read more

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