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17th Annual Oskerbites

Neena is back with her take on the Academy Awards. You might not agree, but she never holds back even being maybe the only person in the world who wasn’t gaga over Gaga. A must read for the TV or Oscars fans….  Read More Oskerbites on EntertainmentNutz

TV Bites: Cutting the Cord

by Neena Louise I’ve done it. I’ve cut the cord and canceled my cable service. Me! A bonafide, admitted TV addict who has had cable my entire adult life.I can hardly believe it myself. Why in the world would I do such a thing? In no small part, is was due to my absolute disgust […]

Entertainment Misa Malone, Keanu Reeves, Katie Price Cristiano Ronaldo, Miri …

Harmonious agreement for Kansas City Symphony The symphony and its musicians have reached agreement on a three-year contract a full year ahead of schedule. The new contract, effective July 1, 2014, and ratified by the symphony board recently, includes a boost in musicians? base salary and other enhancements. Article source:

Readers support entertainment council in Las Vegas to address mega-clubs

Tom Donoghue/ The fifth-anniversary celebration of The Beatles Love by Cirque du Soleil at the Mirage on June 8, 2011. By Robin Leach (contact) Friday, July 5, 2013 | 11:36 a.m. My June 26 story about a proposed entertainment council to help combat steep theater ticket discounting for shows on the Strip because of effects of […]

With ‘Despicable Me 2? and more, movies revisit the sequel debate

“Despicable Me” derived much of its appeal from the character of a curmudgeonly supervillain named Felonious Gru, voiced by Steve Carell, who begins the movie wanting to steal the moon and ends it by hanging up his shrink ray and adopting three orphans. “Despicable Me” grossed more than $500 million worldwide, to the astonishment of […]

Arts & Entertainment District performances cancelled in downtown Huntsville …

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – Unless you’re a duck, you probably won’t be outside tonight. With a forecast of 80 percent rain and some thunderstorms for the rest of the day and night, The Arts Council has cancelled the street performances scheduled for the Quigley Arts Entertainment District tonight, Joanne White, the arts council’s sponsorship and promotions […]

‘Byzantium’: a less-campy vampire flick

Nearly 20 years after “Interview with the Vampire,” Irish filmmaker Neil Jordan returns to the bloodsucking well with “Byzantium,” a moody tale of two female vampires in present-day England. Clara (Gemma Arterton) and Eleanor (Saoirse Ronan) appear to be young women — Clara in her early 20s, Eleanor in her teens — but they’re really […]

Independence Day and the 13 Most Patriotic Movies Ever

Entertainment By Ben Johnson – Jul 4th, 2013 at 7:00 am July 4th is just the greatest, isn’t it? Summer’s in full swing, the smell of grilling hot dogs and burgers is in the air (plus all those wonderful illegal fireworks!), ice-cold beverages in red, white, and blue coolers. But greasy food and alcohol aren’t […]

‘Grimm,’ ‘Criminal Minds,’ ‘Teen Wolf,’ ‘Downton Abbey’: Find out what’s next …

Happy early Fourth of July, friends. It’s that time of the week again! But before you dive in, a reminder to keep sending in those questions. ( Also, watch my Twitter for some fun announcements about a few Comic-Con panels I’ll be moderating this year and for more on EW’s overall plans for the four-day festival of […]

Movie review: ‘Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain’ builds up to a letdown

There’s a heavy dose of pumping up before Kevin Hart hits the stage in his latest concert film “Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain.” A prologue at a party shows the compact, energetic comedian being misunderstood by hangers-on about his take on women and fame — introducing topics he plans to “explain” onstage at Madison Square […]