Growing up in the Midwest, watching the annual telecast of “The Wizard of Oz” was a cherished event. We planned for it and never missed it, there were no such things as DVDs, VHS tapes or cable. I am a teacher, I have heard my current students making plans to watch television musical broadcasts together. […]
Susan Sarandon has been tapped to co-star in a comedy called “Growing Ivy” in a development deal with NBC.
Sarandon will play a famed novelist who gives Molly a writing lesson she won’t soon forget
You wouldn’t think any Disney cartoon feature could be called under-appreciated, but that term does apply to two films I’m very fond of that you can find on Comcast this month.
Tracy Morgan was relatively subdued during his appearance on the “Late Show” last night, he still said more than enough to make David Letterman both laugh and scratch his head.
NBC is making a mini-push to promote the return of “Community” next Thursday, and part of it is a series of animated shorts called “Abed’s Master Key.”
Oscar winner Susan Sarandon apparently isn’t afraid of “The Big C.” The Showtime series, starring Laura Linney as a woman diagnosed with cancer who vows to live her days to the fullest, has booked Sarandon for a multi-episode “major arc” in the series, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She will play Joy, a cancer survivor […]
After a lengthy hiatus, “30 Rock” returned last night with an outrageous show-within-a-show parody of the “Real Housewives” franchise. With Tracy in Africa (aka convalescing from kidney surgery in real life), TGS was overtaken by Angie’s new reality series “Queen of Jordan.” Bravo-style graphics served to introduce each “character,” with the less camera-friendly bystanders forced […]
Comcast On Demand has a whole slew of new movies for you to check out now, including the comic-book western Jonah Hex or the period epic Centurion, both of which feature performances from Michael Fassbender, who will be the young Magneto in the upcoming X-Men: First Class. There’s also the Tilda Swinton drama I Am […]
Here’s what’s showing up at a theater near you this weekend. Ben Affleck continues to make his case as a director with the crime drama The Town, while M. Night Shyamalan struggles to hold onto his scare-maker status with Devil. Then Emma Stone takes the lead in the high school virginity comedy Easy A, while […]