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Amy Poehler and Will Arnett Separating After 9 Years of MarriageAmy Poehler and Will Arnett are separating after nine years of marriage, Us Weekly reports. Poehler, 40, and Arnett, 42, married in August 2003. They are parents to Archie, 3, and ...
Box Office: Tyler Perry Can't Beat You-know-WhoHorton Hears a Who! is still hearing cash registers, topping the box office for a second straight weekend with $25.1 million ($86.5 mil to date). Placing second with $20 mil was Meet the Browns, which was only Tyler Perry's fourth-best opening ever.Rounding out the top five were Shutter (debuting to $10.7 mil), Drillbit Taylor ($10.2 mil in its own first weekend) and In Bruges ($5.9 mil).Are you among the scores who have heard a Who? Or did you spend Easter weekend with the Browns?
Steve Carell's Office Preview: "Things Go Terribly Awry"Steve Carell took some time out at the premiere of his new movie Horton Hears a Who! to chat about The Office's much-anticipated return. Filming on the NBC hit resumed March 6, and six episodes will round out this post-strike season. When asked about upcoming plotlines, Carell remarked, "The first [returning] episode is the one that was written previous to the strike. It involves Michael Scott having a dinner party for some of the couples in the office and obviously things go terribl (more…)