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WatchdogChristopher Bell said the day that changed his life was Jan. 23, 1984, when Hulk Hogan defeated the Iron Shiek for the WWF title. He was hooked. ???I thought that Hulk Hogan actually freed the hostages as a kid,?????? he......
KickingTiresGM's EV1 became a movie star in filmmaker Chris Paine's "Who Killed the Electric Car?" The film documented the debut of the all-electric car that could get 70 miles on a single charge, as well as the battle GM went......
The Swampby Frank James It seems like ancient history, the shock heard round the world when Justin Timberlake exposed Janet Jackson's breast during the 2004 Super Bowl in that infamous "wardrobe malfunction." It certainly was such an affront to the......
The TV ZoneTo honor the memory of soul superstar Isaac Hayes, VH1 Classic and VH1 Soul will air The Golden Globe nominated documentary ???Wattstax??? on Wednesday at 8 p.m. Filmmaker Mel Stuart captured the August 20, 1972 Wattstax music festival known......
Tags: Entertainment, Society, Richard Pryor, Movies, Isaac Hayes
The TV Zone(Holly Stein photo) Do we need to mine deeply to figure out what the HUGE news from this ayem's "GMA" announcement is? Misty May-Treanor is gonna be a "DWTS" contestant. Plus a little more news outta this announcement, and......
The Swampby Laura Olson The millennial generation's revolutionaries don't steal books -- they download films, forward them to their friends and head to the nearest polling place. Or at least that's what Michael Moore is hoping. Moore, the controversial filmmaker...
The TV ZoneJust go the official word from FX on the return of "Damages" and "Nip/Tuck," and here that word is: Fifth season launch of "N/T" is Tuesday, January 6 at 10, for eight weeks, while..second season launch of "Damages" goes......
The TV ZoneAnd bumped for...egads are you ready for this?...that new dance-off show and the "Moma's Boys" reality series produced by Ryan Seacrest. Good grief. But do not worry. (Or, rather, worry, WORRY.) NBC says "Heroes/Chuck" will be back in February......
The TV ZoneDa boys did good at da Globes... The Golden Globes - Hollywood's silliest awards - seemed to me kind of un-silly in the TV categories, but a coupla exceptions. Check 'em out below... Observations? The obvious ones. "30 Rock"......
The TV ZoneGiants lost. But "Mad Men" won. I'll get over it - the Giants, that is. Don't mind me...if I sulk. But here's the thing. Last night, the Golden Globes. An important awards show? (Perhaps on some galaxy.) But what......
The Swampby Mark Silva Lost, perhaps, in the hoopla surrounding the expectations for Slumdog Millionaire, the story of the Mumbai Idol poised for a romp at the Academy Awards, is the notion that this is "the first emblematic film of the......
WatchdogAs I predicted Monday . . . despite a healthy rise in ratings over last year, the Academy Awards' estimated 36.3 million viewers was less than half what the Super Bowl attracted (98.7 million) and significantly less than the AFC......
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