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Adam Rodriguez’s role as detective Eric Delko from the recently canceled TV series CSI: Miami may soon be a thing of the past, but female fans will gain new appreciation of his steamy, R-rated stripping moves in Steven Soderbergh’s Magic Mike. I caught up with the Puerto Rican-Cuban actor to talk… Continue reading Cine Latino: Adam Rodriguez Thanks ‘Magic Mike’ for a Better Life (Exclusive)

Movie Review: John Carter Is Way Better Than It Looks

Review in a Hurry: Part western, part swashbuckler, and a huge part science fiction, Edgar Rice Burroughs‘ century-old story of a Confederate veteran turned warlord of Mars finally makes it to the big screen, after many aborted attempts over the years. Taylor Kitsch stars as the title character… Continue reading Movie Review: John Carter Is Way Better Than It Looks

TV.com Throwdown: What’s the Better Awards Show, the Oscars or the Emmys?

Welcome back to the most epic internet battle since Kitten War, TV.com’s Throwdown! The last edition was a monster, and you all turned out in record numbers to voice your opinions on Fringe and Lost. This week, we’re tackling a broader topic, but one that has needed an answer for some time.

Moving pictures have long been thought of as the gold standard for Hollywood storytelling. In the ’70s, your parents… Continue reading TV.com Throwdown: What's the Better Awards Show, the Oscars or the Emmys?

‘Fringe': ‘A Better Human Being’ brings back memories and gives us new alts

Fringe A Better man.jpgBig, giant, enormous things happened on “Fringe” this week. Forget the rest of the episode. It’s all about the ending. And the ending of “A Better Human Being” is going to stick in your head forever. If you haven’t watched the episode yet, this is… Continue reading 'Fringe': 'A Better Human Being' brings back memories and gives us new alts

Bobby Brown Expected To Attend Whitney Houston’s Memorial Despite Bad Blood With Family; Says Bobbi Kristina ‘Doing Much Better’

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Bobby Brown is expected to be in the pews Saturday at an invitation-only memorial service at Newark, New Jersey’s New Hope Baptist Church for his ex-wife Whitney Houston, despite the bad blood brewing between he and the singer’s family.

The Every Little Step singer, 43, flew into Los Angeles late Sunday to be at the side of his 18-year-old daughter Bobbi Kristina, who was… Continue reading Bobby Brown Expected To Attend Whitney Houston's Memorial Despite Bad Blood With Family; Says Bobbi Kristina 'Doing Much Better'