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With Captain America: The Winter Soldier arriving in theaters soon, there’s no time like the present to get acquainted – or reacquainted – with the Star-Spangled Avenger’s history and supporting cast. From his early comic book adventures that inspired Captain America: The First Avenger to some of the recent stories that helped shape The Winter Soldier, there’s no shortage of supplemental material out there that’s worth reading before (or after)… Continue reading Here's What to Read Before and After Watching 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier'

house-of-food-jenny-daly-interview.jpg MTV is combining the social aspects of “The Real World” with the competition aspects of “Top Chef” for the network’s new cooking reality series, “House of Food.”

Premiering on Monday (March 31), the series puts a group of young, aspiring chefs with no formal culinary training in one house to live, learn and compete for an apprenticeship under a renowned chef. 

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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