Sitting at home watching some select cinema on your big screen TV offers the chance to trek to many different worlds and still order pizza from your favorite carryout joint.
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Throughout Murphy’s 30-plus years in show business, he’s been all things to all people. His wild, raunchy standup endeared him to adults. Movies like the “Beverly Hills Cop” series made him a hero to action flick fans. Films like “Dr. Dolittle” and “Daddy Day Care” earned him a sizable kid fan club.
Baseball is like the peanut butter and jelly sandwich of the sports world. It may not be the cool thing to like anymore, but there’s something about it that never goes out of fashion and never lets you down.
When you name your series something like “The Event,” you have to know you’re just asking for trouble. It implies that grand things are going to happen, and raises expectations that this will be the show to end all shows.
To put all this in the proper historical – and hysterical – perspective, here’s a look back at the first “SNL” appearances of Timberlake and other members of the Five Timers Club.
Now sure, the Super Bowl is a big event. But when you get right down to it, the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament makes it look like your kid’s Saturday T-ball game.
As evidenced by every red carpet or talk show he’s ever been on, Clooney has an endearingly self-deprecating sense of humor. He’s gotten deeply involved in all kinds of social causes, whether it was protesting the genocide in Darfur or raising money to fight poverty.
From the moment “Psych” premiered in 2006, the show had a connection with fans unlike that most other series have ever enjoyed.
The good news is that are many ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. The bad news…..roughly 91.4 percent of them are probably illegal. (It could go up to 97 percent, depending on where you pinch someone who isn’t wearing green.)
Keri Russell is killing it –literally – these days as a Russian spy in the FX series “The Americans.” It’s a far cry from the role that gave her her start – New York college student Felicity Porter in the series “Felicity.”