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Nicholas Strong and Jolene Purdy are the latest to be cast in CBS' Under the Dome, a drama based on Stephen King's 2009 novel, TVGuide.com has learned. The serialized drama...
Monday, January 21, at 11 am, 9:30 pm/ETStanding the Shadows of Motown | FLX The Supremes, the Temptations, Marvin Gaye and the Four Tops are all household names, but can anyone tell me who actually played the music we now call the Motown Sound? The answer lies in Paul Justman's wonderfully warm tribute to the Funk Brothers, a group of incredibly talented studio musicians who were at the heart of some of the greatest music ever to come out of the U.S.Tuesday, Jan. 22, 9:45 am, 8 pm/ETFor Your Consideration | HBO2 With awards season now reduced to one big question mark due to the ongoing writers’ strike (and that just fine by me), Christopher Guest's dead-on satire about the cast of a micro-indie movie entitled "Home for Purim" who catch Oscar fever makes for the perfect substitute. Catherine O’Hara, you wuz robbed!Wednesday, Jan. 23, 10:15 pm/ETThe World's Fastest Indian | TMC Bear with me a moment. I realize Anthony Hopkins is a bigger ham that one my mother served at ...
Of all the multinominated films vying for Academy Awards this Sunday, Pride & Prejudice may be the most overlooked. The latest adaptation of Jane Austen's ageless tale picked up four nominations — including a best-actress nod for Keira Knightley — but its buzz is nowhere near that of higher-profile contenders such as Walk the Line and Brokeback Mountain. Jena Malone, who plays Knightley's on-screen sister Lydia is a bit skeptical of putting too much stock in awards, but she hopes the extra attention will bring new audiences to the film. TVGuide.com found this out when we spoke with Malone about the classic romance's arrival this week on DVD. TVGuide.com: Be
Question: Would it be possible for you to tell me the name of the song used in the Sept. 29 episode of CSI? It was also used in an episode of Third Watch.Answer: Oh, what the heck. I haven't done that many song questions recently, so why not? I've mentioned Gary Jules' version of Tears for Fears' "Mad World" before, but producers keep using his take, which was most memorably featured in Donnie Darko. If you love it — and you should, despite its frequent use — you can find it on his 2004 album Trading Snakeoil for Wolftickets (Universal).