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National Treasure (the First) should have been laughable–a blatant ripoff of various adventure flicks at TV shows that came before it. The first effort introduced us to Indy wannabe Ben Gates, a know-it-all adventurer with a long history of searching […]

It looks like Nickelodeon may address Jamie Lynn’s pregnancy after all–if not on “Zoey 101,” Spears’ show, then during a special that addresses love and sex. A CNN report revealed that the network is speaking with Linda Ellerbee, a veteran […]

Already nominated for a Golden Globe, “The Great Debaters” opens Christmas Day. It’s Denzel Washington’s second time behind the camera as director (the first was “Antwone Fisher”). Watch a clip: Click to Launch Video When you’re done watching, read my […]

Jamie Lynn Spears may be blushing with the glow of unexpected pregnancy, but her lawyers are blushing with embarrassment over the Victorian defense of her character that they set against earlier pregnancy rumors. When the National Enquirer first reported on […]

Some celebrities had a memorable 2007, but “memorable” isn’t always synonymous with “good.” This year, Dena Ross and Lilit Marcus have rounded up a dozen famous folks who need to get their act together in 2008, and helpfully suggested some […]

US Weekly magazine has a column called “Stars! They’re Just Like Us” – wherein they show celebs pumping their own gas, shopping for groceries and doing the types of daily activities average, everyday folks do. With Jamie Lynn Spears’ – […]

Billed as “an African-American take on the classic and beloved Christmas family film,” I am naturally inclined to support this genre of film because I think it’s important for African-American kids and families to have the option of seeing themselves […]

In what’s starting to become a holiday favorite on Beliefnet, “Caroling with the Stars” features songs from the year’s best Christmas albums by today’s top artists. You can listen to the Brian Setzer Orchestra’s big band version of “Jingle Bells,” […]

I’ve been obsessively catching up on the first season of TNT’s “Saving Grace” just in time for its two-part, two-night finale. I figured it would combine one of my latest, favorite TV trends–the crime procedure starring the brilliant female heroine […]

It’s not coming out until May, but you can get into the Narnia spirit with this first trailer for “The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian”: Click to Play Trailer

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