Dennis Hopper is out of the hospital and "feeling much better," according to his manager.
The actor checked into a New York hospital for flu-like symptoms and a stomach ailment on Wednesday, but left after being treated for...
Dennis Hopper was hospitalized in New York on Wednesday.
Feren told the Associated Press on Wednesday that the 73-year-old Oscar nominee had been suffering from...
The second season gets underway with a compelling and involving episode that introduces new characters and catches up with some from Season 1. Front and center is the riveting Dennis Hopper as former entertainment mogul Ben Cendars, who's back in L.A. after months in rehab. He's on a driven mission to find out who killed his youngest daughter. Among the new faces, Eric Roberts stands out as visionary tycoon Seth Blanchard, who's bound and determined to bring an NFL franchise to the city.
Read on for previews of Guiding Light, the 2009 ALMA Awards, Eureka, Monk and Dog Whisperer.
New releases announced today, May 1:
Crash - Season 1 will be coming out August 25
Ghost Hunters - Fans' Favorite Investigations: Special Edition will be coming out June 23
Route 66 - Season 3, Volume 2 will be coming out August 25
Zorro: Generation Z - Volume 2 will be coming out August 11
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Starz Entertainment has renewed Crash, its first original drama series, for a second season to air in the fall.
However, the series — which was inspired by the Oscar-winning film and is co-produced with Lionsgate — will get a "look under the hood" and reemerge with some modifications.
For starters, writer/producer Ira Steven Behr (The 4400) has been named executive producer/show runner ...
If you thought his characters in Blue Velvet and Speed were off their rockers, wait until you get a look at Dennis Hopper's unbelievably insane character, music mogul Ben Cendars, in Starz new original series Crash. Actually, in the opening scene alone Ben is having a full-fledged conversation with his penis! TVGuide.com caught up with the movie icon to get his take on how this character's kind of crazy compared to ones past, as well as one surprising talent he has that earned him international acclaim.
Watch the video after the jump!
Philip Winchester, Crusoe
8 pm/ET NBC
While the name Robinson Crusoe may cause some to cringe as visions of book reports and required reading spring to mind, this television adaptation of Daniel Defoe's classic novel is no snooze.
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Ross McCall in Crash
Inspired by the Academy Award-winning (if somewhat controversial) Best Picture of 2006, Crash hits the smaller screen Friday at 10 pm/ET, on the Starz Entertainment cable channel. Headlined by film vet Dennis Hopper and peppered with salty language, racy moments and racial tension, the TV adaptation, like its inspiration, looks at the way disparate lives intersect in the melting pot that is Los Angeles.
Ross McCall, the lucky Scot who soon will get to call Jennifer Love Hewitt his wife and in Crash plays a rule-bending street cop, gave us a peek at the new series. Plus: What he finds sexy about the Sexiest Woman on TV.
TVGuide.com: This is the first original drama series produced by Starz. What about this project made you not anxious about precisely that?
Ross McCall: I worked for HBO a couple of years ago [on Band of Brothers], and shows like The Sopranos had made HBO into a booming place. So when Starz and Lionsgate decided to do their first original series, I really wanted to be a part of something that ...
Brian Tee and Arlene Tur, Crash
Seems every movie channel wants its own Mad Men–style prestige project. Which could explain why pay-cable upstart Starz has raided the Oscar vault to turn the 2006 best-picture winner, Crash, into an ambitious, if not immediately convincing, weekly series.
With all new characters, so this isn't exactly a sequel, TV's Crash resembles the movie in being less about car wrecks than about disparate cultures colliding within the ethnic melting pot of Los Angeles. Still, there is one fateful smashup in the opening hour, and pivotal moments often occur on wheels — in a limo, an ambulance, a patrol car.
Read the full review after the jump.
Zachary Quinto, Heroes
p>TV Guide's Senior Critic Matt Roush takes your TV questions. Have a rant, rave or burning question about your favorite show you'd like addressed? E-mail him here.
Question: What shall we do with Heroes? NBC must be asking itself the same question. Its first season, the show was a breakthrough hit, and then its season finale disappointed many. The abbreviated second season disappointed many more. Its producer publicly apologized for mistakes in that season. Then it comes back, supposedly rejuvenated and better than ever. NBC promotes the hell out of it and, almost unbelievably, viewership is down. The episodes that have aired so far have certainly been pretty good and even promising. I have to wonder if NBC made a blunder by airing the premiere against the Dancing with the Stars premiere. Maybe they should have come back a week earlier. Regardless, we need some explanation as to why the show can't get back on track to where it was in its best first season moments. My conclusion is that there was one colossal blunder made by the show's producers that has caused most of the problems, and that decision was to keep Sylar around after the first season. — Kelly H.
See Matt's response and questions on The Mentalist, Crash, Flashpoint and more after the jump.