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Back in 1999 — a gut-wrenching 14 years ago — a theater just north of Wrigley Field was filled on weekend nights with the nervous laughter of people on dates. "Pick-Ups and Hiccups" (a title with admirable descriptive prowess), was a hugely...
ReutersMay 24 (TheWrap.com) - Summer is the busiest time of year at the multiplexes, with the major studios throwing wannabe blockbusters at every open date and big-budget sequels gobbling up all available screens. For indie films, it's the perfect time of...
The "Little Miss Sunshine" minibus is fueling up to head cross-country again, this time from the West Coast to New York. The stage musical based on the Oscar-winning 2006 movie will reportedly open at the off-Broadway Second Stage Theatre in New York...
VarietyFor an early poster teasing "Despicable Me 2," Universal Pictures went with a more minimalist approach: two Minions stand above the date July 2013. It didn't need to say more because since the first film hit big in 2010, the yellow Twinkie-shaped...
With so many remakes, sequels and familiar subjects hitting theaters between now and Labor Day, this year's summer movie season should be dubbed as "deja viewed." There are sequels by the numbers: "Smurfs 2," "Red 2," "Kick-Ass 2," "Despicable Me 2,"...
ReutersMay 22 (TheWrap.com) - The "Twilight Saga" can look forward to one last hoorah at Fox's Teen Choice Awards this summer. "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 2" leads the first wave of nominees with seven nominations announced on Wednesday. The final...
Chicago socialites had a difficult decision to make Saturday, with three celebrity-hosted galas taking place at the same time around the city. But for the see-and-be-seen crowd, this was likely a good problem to have. Those who attended the 26th...
The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionThe buzz around Atlanta created by the filming of "Anchorman 2"and periodic sightings of Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, Harrison Ford, Tina Fey and the dude who played Borat at places like the Silver Skillet and Woodruff Park is evidence that the city is a...
"The Office" will close its doors Thursday night after eight years and nine seasons. That is not to say that Dunder Mifflin, the paper company in whose Scranton, PA, branch the series has largely been set, is itself going out of business. It's not...
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The Dispatch, Lexington, N.C.Now some people will react with revulsion to that statement. They dread going to work and look forward to quitting time. But I certainly hope that's a small number, and I believe most of us come to appreciate most if not all of our coworkers. I still...
The Philadelphia InquirerWith viewers abandoning American Idol in flash mobs, the future of the former ratings juggernaut is wrapped in turmoil and scotch-taped in uncertainty. So it was tempting to watch Idol's finale the way Kremlinologists once pored over pictures of the...
Steve Carell, and therefore Michael Scott, did show up after all for "The Office" finale, as no one should ever have doubted, and was probably never in serious question, as often as that question had been raised over the last many months. Who spends seven...
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