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“Glee” is going all-out with its Christmas episode this year. Not only is the show paying homage to the holiday classic, “Love, Actually,” but “Glee, Actually” will also feature the return of some very familiar guest stars.

While we do not yet know which

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The bros who rock brunch are back together!

Joe Manganiello returns to How I Met Your Mother in tonight’s episode as Brad, Marshall’s law-school buddy memorable for his tendency to speak in abbreviations (like “eggs benny” and “ridonc”), his failed hockey date with Robin and his determination to bro-ify everything (even Sunday brunch, Mamma Mia!, and bed-and-breakfasts).

In tonight’s episode, “The… Continue reading ‘How I Met Your Mother’ stars talk about the return of Joe Manganiello

This weekend, Chris Tucker has a new movie coming out. And for the first time since 1997, it doesn’t have the words “rush” or “hour” in the title. It’s also his first movie in five years. Not that Tucker is complaining. As the actor explained, he was just being patient, searching for roles that didn’t have him playing the same fast-talking characters audiences know him for (see: Smokey in “Friday”… Continue reading Chris Tucker, 'Silver Linings Playbook' Star, On His Return, 'Friday' And 'California Love'

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There will likely be no objections to this news: Matthew Perry is returning to The Good Wife. CBS announced that Perry –  who’s been busy starring on freshman NBC comedy Go On — will reprise his guest role as Mike Kresteva, the slimy attorney and adversary of Alicia (Julianna Marguiles) who plans to run against her husband… Continue reading ‘The Good Wife’: Matthew Perry to return

Flight is Robert Zemeckis’ grand return to the land of the living. He’s a filmmaker beloved for modern classics like Back to the Future and Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, but this is his first live-action feature since he 2000, when he decided to swan-dive directly into the deepest trenches of the Uncanny Valley (a plunge that resulted in The Polar ExpressBeowulf, and that movie about a twisted dystopia in which… Continue reading 'Flight' Review: Robert Zemeckis' Return to Live Action is a Bit Bumpy