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After several bodies are unearthed in the middle of the desert on tonight’s CSI, Finlay (Elisabeth Shue) is going to be forced to unearth her past.
And as Shue previews, this trip down memory lane, which finds Finlay traveling to to retrace the steps of the case that got her fired from her old job, could land the passionate… Continue reading ‘CSI’: Elisabeth Shue previews Finlay’s past, hot chemistry with ‘Cougar Town’ guest star
Tom Hanks wasn’t the host of this week’s “Saturday Night Live,” but he dropped by for a special guest appearance anyway.
The longtime friend-of-”SNL” was on hand to give an extra boost to host and musical guest Bruno Mars (who proved to be up to the double duty, thank you very much), and first turned up near the tail end of the overly long Presidential debate… Continue reading Tom Hanks a surprise 'Saturday Night Live' guest in Presidential debate sketch
Miley Cyrus and her new haircut are joining Two and a Half Men.
CBS made the long-rumored guest spot official with an announcement yesterday and also revealed that Cyrus, who is currently engaged to Hunger Games star Liam Hemsworth, will play a love interest for Jake (Angus T. Jones).
Cyrus will appear in two episodes, playing Missi, an old family friend of Walden’s (Ashton Kutcher) who develops a relationship with… Continue reading Miley Cyrus to guest on ‘Two and a Half Men’
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James Van Der Beek won’t be the only TV star playing himself on the season 2 premiere of ABC’s Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23: EW has learned that Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Frankie Muniz will pop up in the roles of Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Frankie Muniz, respectively. In the episode… Continue reading Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Frankie Muniz to guest on ‘Don’t Trust the B—- in Apt. 23′ — EXCLUSIVE
Welcome to our new Guest Review column, featuring weekly film reviews written by notable critics from around the globe.
So many adjectives have been hurled at Tim Burton and Johnny Depp over the course of their eight-film, 22-year collaboration, from “tender” (Edward Scissorhands) and “campy” (Ed Wood) to “chilling” (Sleepy Hollow), “charming” (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) and “macabre” (Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street)… Continue reading 'Dark Shadows' Guest Review: 'Muddled Shadows' is More Like It