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“Person of Interest” will feature on the special, souvenir keycards available at many hotels during the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con. Considering that it’s a show that focuses on paranoia and a Machine that knows everything, this is more than a little creepy.

This marks the sixth consecutive year that Warner Bros. Television has sponsored the 40,000 room keys for SDCC-goers. Unlike previous years, however

peter-billingsley-then-now-nc-325.jpgThe holidays have certain entertainment traditions it just wouldn’t be the holidays without: Rudolph, Frosty, the Grinch … and Ralphie.

The wide-eyed boy who literally dreams of finding a Red Ryder BB gun under the tree — despite the famous warning, “You’ll shoot your eye out” — spends a lot of time in homes nationwide at the yuletide, thanks especially to the now-traditional 24-hour marathon that… Continue reading 'A Christmas Story': Peter Billingsley finds watching himself as Ralphie 'kind of normal'

On Thursday, starting at 11 a.m., select Regal and Rave Cinemas across the country did a special all-day “Twilight” marathon, showing the four “Twilight” films in order (“Twilight,” “New Moon,” “Eclipse,” and “Breaking Dawn – Part 1″). These were followed immediately by a 10 p.m. screening of the newest (and supposedly last) installment, “Breaking Dawn – Part 2.” With the series coming to an end, I thought it would be… Continue reading 'Twilight' Marathon: Watching All Five Films With A Group Of Devoted Twi-Hards

On October 19, 1973 “The Way We Were” was first released in theaters. (Cue: “Memories”.)

The romance sees Robert Redford and Barbara Streisand as star-crossed lovers, pulled away from each other due to the usually deal breakers — political convictions, naval service (and, I guess, curly hair?). In the 39 years since its initial bow, even a mention of its title still elicits a wistful “ugh” and a heart-clutch.

But that reaction… Continue reading 'The Way We Were': Watching The Movie For The First Time ... With My Mom (LIVE BLOG)

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