‘Daily Show’: Adam Sandler and Jon Stewart Talk About Being Henpecked

Last night, “The Daily Show” had a wacky episode that was sometimes hilarious, sometimes super-sincere, and other times simply head-scratching. More than anything, though, the seams were showing on the veteran Comedy Central show, and Jon Stewart and company really didn’t seem to care. We’ll start with the funny: Adam Sandler came on the show […]

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On Demand Now: ‘Grown-Ups,’ ‘Scott Pilgrim,’ ‘Charlie St. Cloud’

Xfinity On Demand today premieres a big batch of new films to check out. There’s the big-time all-star comedy Grown-Ups, the amazingly innovative cult favorite romantic action comedy Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, Zac Efron’s moody drama Charlie St. Cloud, the family film Ramona and Beezus and the indie dramedy about a man who loses […]

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New In Theaters: Grown-Ups, Knight and Day

Here’s what’s opening in a theater near you, and chances are you’re sick of hearing about them, but they may actually be fun movies. There’s the all-star cast of Saturday Night Live vets Grown-Ups, and Knight and Day has been in theaters since Wednesday, and it’s $3.8 million opening day take is the lowest for […]

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At MTV Award Shows, Party Matters More than Prizes

By SANDY COHEN AP Entertainment Writer LOS ANGELES Katy Perry dripping with green slime. Jack Black, in his underpants, shooting fireworks from his crotch. Sacha Baron Cohen‘s alter-ego, Bruno, landing his bare backside on Eminem‘s face. These sure aren’t Oscar moments. MTV Networks – which include Nickelodeon, Spike, Comedy Central and VH1 – specialize in […]

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Opening Wide: Funny People, Aliens in the Attic, The Collector

[iframe http://xfinitytv.comcast.net/movies/Funny-People/149371/1188889173/Funny-People%3A-At-The-Pool/embed 580 476] Funny People Judd Apatow’s latest film tries to delve into the reality of how comedians think and act, starring Adam Sandler as George Simmons, a prickish movie star (in a parody of his own film career) who learns he’s dying, Seth Rogen plays his aspiring comic assistant, and Leslie Mann plays […]

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