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CNNMoney: You can be Sirius: Satellite radio is a good betupdated: Tue May 01 2012 13:39:00

Investors have fallen in love with SIRI.

People.com: Heather Locklear: What (Almost) 50 Looks Likeupdated: Sat Aug 06 2011 09:48:00

The Melrose Place alum shows off her timeless sex appeal in London

CNNMoney: Samuel L. Jackson's 'Go the F**k to Sleep' audiobook draws heavy downloadsupdated: Fri Jun 17 2011 15:27:00

Samuel L. Jackson is taking on something even scarier than snakes on a motherf**king plane: Bedtime.

Controller catches flick at workupdated: Tue Apr 19 2011 21:01:00

The FAA says a Cleveland air traffic controller was watching a DVD in the control tower. Pilot overheard soundtrack.

LaHood stresses 'responsibility' after latest control tower fiascoupdated: Tue Apr 19 2011 21:01:00

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood on Tuesday said federal officials need to "keep harping" on personal responsibility in the wake of the latest claim of inattention by an air traffic controller -- this one reportedly was watching a movie while on duty -- and inaction by his supervisor.

Movie-watching the latest distraction in air traffic control sagaupdated: Tue Apr 19 2011 20:31:00

An air traffic controller in Ohio is the latest to get caught not doing his job, but this one wasn't sleeping in front of a radar position. He was watching a movie.

Missing cobra slithers homeupdated: Fri Apr 01 2011 12:02:00

The baby cobra missing for seven days has been found, and is doing fine, according to Bronx Zoo officials.

Missing cobra found alive in New York's Bronx Zooupdated: Fri Apr 01 2011 12:02:00

An Egyptian cobra that drew thousands of Twitter fans has been found alive after it went missing for days from a New York City zoo.

People.com: 'Giddy' Halle Berry Honored in Beverly Hillsupdated: Wed Feb 23 2011 18:09:00

Even as a custody fight brews, the actress is upbeat and radiant while accepting an award

People.com: Thor Star Chris Hemsworth Gets Marriedupdated: Tue Dec 28 2010 19:30:00

The Australian actor tied the knot with Spanish actress Elsa Pataky over the holiday

Eva Mendes: 'I still go to class'updated: Fri Aug 06 2010 15:33:00

Eva Mendes, Will Ferrell and Mark Walhberg talk about their roles in "The Other Guys".

Review: Ferrell's mojo back in 'Other Guys'updated: Fri Aug 06 2010 15:33:00

Remember last year's summer turkey, "Land of the Lost"? Well you can come out now. Will Ferrell is back on safe ground, goofing on the macho codes of the cop movie.

'Iron Man 2': Slick but unspectacularupdated: Fri May 07 2010 14:06:00

The first "Iron Man" boasted a not-so-secret weapon in Robert Downey Jr. reveling in his bad-boy rep as the maverick inventor-industrialist Tony Stark. A combination of Bill Gates, Howard Hughes and Hugh Hefner, Stark had more than his share of character flaws for a superhero. Unlike Bruce Wayne, he couldn't keep his heroics to himself, and unlike Clark Kent, he knew how to party ...

Chatting with the 'Iron Man 2' castupdated: Fri May 07 2010 14:06:00

The cast of "Iron Man 2" talks about the next installment and answers your iReport questions.

People.com: 'Uncle' George Lopez: Sandra Bullock Could Not Be Happierupdated: Mon May 03 2010 19:28:00

Bullock's long-time friend adds that her new son, Louis, has found a wonderful home

People.com: Lost Star Makes Post-Island Plansupdated: Thu Apr 22 2010 08:07:00

Daniel Dae Kim has signed on for the film Deathgames with Kellan Lutz and Samuel L. Jackson

People.com: Charlize Theron to Present at Academy Awardsupdated: Mon Mar 01 2010 19:29:00

The actress will also be joined by Queen Latifah, John Travolta and more at Sunday's ceremony

People.com: Tisha Campbell-Martin Holds Shower in Styleupdated: Wed Jul 22 2009 06:41:00

With a second son on the way, the actress celebrates with a circus-themed bash

People.com: VIDEO: Rich Stars Tell You How to Save Moneyupdated: Fri May 29 2009 23:07:00

Will Smith, the Jonas Brothers and more stars offer advice on surviving the financial crisis in a new TV comedy special

People.com: Brad Pitt Wants Scalps in Inglourious Basterdsupdated: Wed Apr 15 2009 15:22:00

Plus, there's lots of Tarantino-style action in the first official trailer for the upcoming flick

People.com: Halle Berry: Nahla Makes Me Better Every Dayupdated: Sat Feb 21 2009 10:56:00

The actress says the role of motherhood has made her feel complete

Big-budget movies set to compete in holiday box officeupdated: Thu Dec 25 2008 10:57:00

Thursday brings one of the biggest slates of Hollywood entertainment to open on Christmas Day in many years.

Blog: Tony 'the Tailor' on golf fashionupdated: Thu Dec 04 2008 12:04:00

Fashion designer to some of golf's big names, Tony "The Tailor" Q'aja, was hanging out with the stars at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship at St Andrews in October.

Samuel L. Jackson says wife a tough criticupdated: Wed Dec 03 2008 11:36:00

Samuel L. Jackson's wife wasn't always his biggest fan.

Samuel L. Jackson on actingupdated: Wed Dec 03 2008 11:36:00

Samuel L. Jackson says some of the harshest acting criticism he heard was from his wife. Douglas Hyde reports.

Madagascar: Escape 2 Africaupdated: Mon Nov 10 2008 18:44:00

From the bustling city to the vast plains of Africa, the zoo animals are back in Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa.

Samuel L. Jackson reflects on Bernie Macupdated: Tue Oct 28 2008 19:38:00

Bernie Mac's death has been hard on Samuel L. Jackson.

Time.com: Fireproof: When Filmmakers Believe in Miraclesupdated: Fri Oct 03 2008 15:00:00

The success of this low-budget movie lies in its appeal to devoutly Christian viewers

People.com: Friends and Costars Remember Bernie Macupdated: Mon Aug 11 2008 10:35:00

Brad Pitt, George Clooney and Samuel L. Jackson reflect on the funnyman

People.com: Lionel Richie: I'm a 'Survivor ' of Nicole's Childhoodupdated: Mon Jun 09 2008 14:07:00

The musician jokes about his daughter while accepting a TV Land award

Time.com: What's Racist? The Importance of a Glanceupdated: Fri Mar 07 2008 18:00:00

A new study shows that during a racially charged conversation, people will look for cues from people of the race being discussed.

What's hot on the green in 2008updated: Fri Feb 29 2008 07:07:00

A belated happy New Year to one and all. 2008 has started with yet more air miles with the golf industry's annual trek to the PGA Merchandise Show -- my first, and boy did it show; my legs were dead by day one.

Time.com: Run from Jumper, Creep Toward Spiderwick updated: Fri Feb 15 2008 14:00:00

Will there be a good movie this year? Do we have to wait till November for Hollywood to unveil the niche prestige items that it saves for Oscar consideration?

Tony the Tailor's golf fashion blogupdated: Thu Nov 15 2007 11:27:00

Last month I made an international fashion scene request, as a result I was invited to Golfitalia, a very creative golf store just outside of Milan, Italy.

People.com: Adrien Brody & Elsa Pataky's 'Private' Ringsupdated: Tue Nov 13 2007 18:23:00

What brought Adrien Brody out to the opening of a new Chopard store on New York's Madison Avenue Monday night? "Well, they invited us," he matter-of-factly told reporters. "And she looks beautiful."

Harrington returns to Carnoustieupdated: Wed Oct 03 2007 06:25:00

Padraig Harrington returns to the scene of his British Open triumph as he defends his Alfred Dunhill Links Championship over three famous Scottish courses.

'Superbad' tops the box officeupdated: Mon Aug 27 2007 08:02:00

'Superbad' tops the box office

'Superbad' keeps teens on top at box officeupdated: Mon Aug 27 2007 08:02:00

Hollywood notched its first $4 billion summer as teen geeks helped Hollywood end the season in record fashion.

Movie about more than boxingupdated: Fri Aug 24 2007 08:37:00

Movie about more than boxing

Review: Movie is a 'Champ'updated: Fri Aug 24 2007 08:37:00

In an era when information is cheap, what price do you place on the truth? That's one of the quandaries sports reporter Erik Kernan (Josh Hartnett) faces over the course of "Resurrecting the Champ," a solid, surprisingly absorbing character drama based on an article by J.R. Moehringer (the best-seller "The Tender Bar").

Indie films or big budget movies?updated: Thu Mar 29 2007 06:48:00

It's the age-old question -- major movie house or independent film? On the one hand, a multi-million dollar budget with directorial handcuffs; on the other, creative freedom limited only by concerns over cash.

EW review: 'Moan' all surface, no soulupdated: Fri Mar 02 2007 09:43:00

In "Black Snake Moan," Christina Ricci plays Rae, a backwoods Tennessee baby doll who's been done wrong all her life -- beginning with her daddy's dirty hands -- and that's why she's now a raging nymphomaniac: When Rae's one true love, Ronnie (Justin Timberlake, Renaissance man!), ships off to Army boot camp, she's instantly itchier and wilder than a cat on a hot tin movie set.

Review: Fanning's film, other Sundance misfiresupdated: Fri Jan 26 2007 10:11:00

For Jason Kohn, the hardest thing at the Sundance Film Festival was the silence.

EW review: Stay away from 'The Man'updated: Fri Sep 09 2005 09:28:00

The buddy action comedy is now the megaplex equivalent of an old vaudeville routine. It is shticky, it is beyond predictable, it is such a creaky ritual that one would be hard-pressed to remember when it was actually fun.

EW Role Call: Samuel L. Jacksonupdated: Mon May 16 2005 15:26:00

For years, Samuel L. Jackson has been begging George Lucas to kill him.

A sweep for 'The Incredibles'updated: Mon Jan 31 2005 09:21:00

It was an incredible night for "The Incredibles."

showbuzzupdated: Wed Jan 19 2005 10:01:00

Martin Scorsese has been working on a film about Bob Dylan for two years and there's one important person he hasn't spoken to about it: Bob Dylan.

Review: 'Incredibles' lives up to billingupdated: Fri Nov 05 2004 09:50:00

"The Incredibles" is -- yes -- incredible.

Cut and runupdated: Wed Apr 14 2004 12:40:00

There's an old Monty Python sketch, "Sam Peckinpah's 'Salad Days,' " in which a gathering of 1920s English country swells is interrupted by a man asking, "Tennis, anyone?"

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