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News Briefs: NBC Is No Ass, Draws Fear Factor Line at Donkey Semen

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… NBC’s Fear Factor is known for pushing the limits of tastefulness, and it’s latest stunt tastes like salty grains. The reality competition, in which contestants participate in scary stunts and gross-out tests of stamina, was scheduled to air an episode tonight in which contestants were shown drinking freshly squeezed donkey semen. Word of the stunt hit the web last week, followed by the sound of dry… Continue reading News Briefs: NBC Is No Ass, Draws Fear Factor Line at Donkey Semen

Louis Van Amstel talks about his ‘Dancing With the Stars’ future and new line of workout DVDs

EW caught up with Dancing With the Stars pro Louis Van Amstel, who’s on tour to promote his lifestyle brand (and just-released 5-disc workout DVD set) called LaBlast Fitness. Louis (pictured with Kelly Osbourne during season 9) didn’t compete on ABC’s dance hit last fall, but don’t worry — he’s on contract for five more years. “I’m liking… Continue reading Louis Van Amstel talks about his ‘Dancing With the Stars’ future and new line of workout DVDs

Walk the Line [Blu-ray]

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Walk the Line [Blu-ray]

Studio: Tcfhe Release Date: 02/02/2010 Run time: 135 minutes Rating: Pg13A solid and entertaining biopic, Walk the Line works less as a movie than an actors’ showcase for its stars. Joaquin Phoenix’s total immersion into… Continue reading Walk the Line [Blu-ray]

David Beckham Strips Down (Again!) for New Bodywear Line

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And good morning! David Beckham is showing off his best assets in ads for his new H&M bodywear line, and let’s just say we’re excited to see them. The photos feature the soccer star modeling the boxer briefs, tanks and shorts offered in the collection; the goods will be available beginning Feb. 2 at 1,800 H&M stores… Continue reading David Beckham Strips Down (Again!) for New Bodywear Line

So here we are on the precipice of awards season and things are about to kick into high gear. New York critics will soon speak up, as will the “please-come-to-our-party” invitation winners from the National Board of Review. And we have one more category to speculate upon before we start officially locking in nominees and declaring others in real trouble of being overlooked. There has been a chicken-and-egg factor