Despite the government shutdown, the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex remains open to guests.
However, its standard bus tours that come with admission and the up-close tours, which visit sites such as a launch pad and the Vehicle Assembly Building,...
The "Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade," which aired Wednesday on ABC, is always more than just a promenade down two sets of Main Streets. The company uses that two hours of airtime to sprinkle its newest attributes amid princesses and...
In magic acts, and in movie thrillers, it's called “the reveal,” that “wow” moment when some secret that's key to understanding what happened before is unmasked. In the movies, big “reveals” are usually in the third act. But
“The Last King of Scotland” (2006) made Scottish actor James McAvoy a film star, and “Wanted” (2008) made him a bankable Hollywood name. He does most of his work, these days, in American projects such as “X-Men: First Class” and “The Conspirator.” But he’s not
Turner Classic Movies, continuing its 31 Days of Oscar festival, focuses on movies set in New York. If you're of a certain age, you'll remember that "Wait Until Dark" was one of the scariest films of the 1960s. It airs at 8, and features Audrey Hepburn in an O
The CBS Friday lineup is in reruns. But the new offerings include ABC's "Shark Tank" at 8 and the season finale of NBC's "Grimm" at 9. "Shark Tank" features Orlando entrepreneur Phil Dumas. ABC says the panelists go into "a feeding frenzy" over Dumas and his p
Oscar-winner Catherine Zeta-Jones, Larry Hagman and Gladys Knight will visit “The View” next week. Here's the guest lineup on the ABC chatfest, which airs at 11 a.m. weekdays on WFTV-Channel 9. Monday: Guest co-host Gretchen Carlson of Fox News Cha
Here are some major changes coming to the TV schedule this week: MONDAY: “The Bachelor” starts its 17th season at 8 p.m. on ABC. Sean Lowe, who was rejected by Emily Maynard on “The Bachelorette,” takes the title role this time. He get
Super producer Jerry Bruckheimer has a new show this weekend, but it's no reason for celebration. “Miami Medical” is a flashy thing that's dramatically feeble.Â Who wants glitzy surgery sequences? Tune in at 10 tonight on CBS. The wonderful A
OK, this is just Summit squandering it's Twilight millions. They've bought the rights to the semi-serious (and semi-humorous) diffrerence-between-the-sexes books by John Gray, the Women are from Venus, Men are From Mars non-fiction best-sellers. The books , em
Would you buy a ticket to see Richard Gere and Topher Grace share the screen in a spy thriller titled The Double? Just based on that information alone? The Hollywood Reporter says they've signed to do the film based on a script by the team that scripted Wanted
Sandra Bullock's comeback last year was spearheaded by the summer comedy, The Proposal. It's her first film in ages to pair her with a leading man who could carry his share of the comic load. Thus, Ryan Reynolds and Bullock are being re-teamed for Most Wanted,
Just in time for the debut of The Sorcerer's Apprentice in theaters Wednesday is a contest that awards one winner a one-day apprenticeship with a Disney Imagineer. In addition, the grand-prize winner of the Sorcerers Wanted Sweepstakes will receive a two-night
CBS' “Big Brother” made a big deal about putting the Saboteur in the house. And how big a deal is it now? Ha! SPOILER: The show last night revealed that Annie Whittington, a Tampa bartender, is that mysterious figure determined to cause problems.
Salt is a Hollywood stuntman (and stunt woman) stimulus package, an espionage thriller filled with epic brawls, shootouts and a chase across the roofs of assorted semi trucks and tankers along the highway interchanges of Greater Washington, D.C. What, you thin
Jeffrey Varab is an animator and director who started at Disney, did years with Don Bluth, used to work for Disney Feature Animation Florida, left there and worked on films such as “Eight Crazy Nights.” He set up an outfit, with backers, called Gen
Many good things are coming your way this weekend. Television unites to raise awareness with the fundraiser Stand Up to Cancer, which will play across many channels at 8 tonight. The celebrities taking part include Reese Witherspoon, George Clooney, Sally Fiel
We live in a media world where behaving badlyÂ gets a person attention. The latest example: Gainesville preacher Terry Jones has threatened to burn Qurans on Saturday — and upstaged all commemorations of the Sept. 11 attacks. Talk about priorities b
The Florida Motion Picture and Television Association's annual awards banquet is this Saturday night, and they've lined up former ‘N Syncer Chris Kirkpatrick to host it. They honor folks in the Florida Film Industry at this event. Here's the link to get