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Former Dancing With The Stars contestant Wendy Williams doesn’t think NeNe Leakes stands a chance of winning the Mirror Ball Trophy.

During her daytime talk show, Williams spoke about her experience on the dancing competition, adding that her former partner Tony Dovolani will have his hands full working with Leakes.

“As I predicted, Tony Dovolani–my former partner–will be NeNe’s partner because he always gets the big ones,” Wendy said with laugh.

PHOTOS… Continue reading Wendy Williams Blasts NeNe Leakes: You Aren’t Going To Win ‘DWTS’

Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched this week’s episode of Justified, “The Kids Aren’t All Right” (written by Dave Andron and directed by Bill Johnson), stop reading now. As he’ll do throughout the season, executive producer Graham Yost takes us inside the writers room.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Let’s start with the Harris brothers — The Wire‘s Wood Harris and Awake‘s Steve Harris – guesting as members of Hot Rod’s crew, who… Continue reading ‘Justified’ postmortem: EP Graham Yost dissects ‘The Kids Aren’t All Right’

Amanda Bynes has been slowly adjusting to life outside of the rehab center and has been listening to the advice that she cut out all of her old bad-influence friends, but radio detection and rangingOnline.com has exclusively learned that she’s reaching out to a new group of friends that aren’t sober.

“Amanda was told to stop talking to everyone from before she went into rehab,” a… Continue reading Dangerous New Friends? Amanda Bynes Meeting New People — But They Aren’t Sober

  • ‘Batman Returns’ (Tim Burton, 1992)

    For his high-profile follow-up to the ludicrously popular “Batman” (1989), director Tim Burton had to decide on a new set of villains, a series of elaborate new set pieces and a new setting for the action — Gotham City at Christmastime. From the opening moments of “Batman Returns,” a ghoulish prologue that sets up Danny DeVito’s monstrous Penguin character, the movie is drenched in Christmas

  • Here are your weekend box office returns (new releases bolded):

    1. Taken 2 – $ 50.0 million

    2. Hotel Transylvania – $ 26.3 million

    3. Pitch Perfect – $ 14.7 million

    4. Looper – $ 12.2 million

    5. Frankenweenie – $ 11.5 million

    6. End of Watch – $ 4.0 million

    6. Trouble with the Curve – $ 3.87 million

    8. House at the End of the Street – $ 3.69 million

    9. The Master