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EW exclusive: 'Disney Epic Mickey' trailer!

For the last 60 years or so, Mickey Mouse has mostly existed as the helium-voiced, fully-clothed straight man of the Disneyverse. But life is nothing without gritty reboots. Hence, Disney Epic Mickey, the upcoming Wii videogame that simultaneously returns Mickey to his roots — he’s back in red shorts — while also sending him into an elaborate cartoon meta-dystopia populated by forgotten Disney characters. Besides an intriguingly gonzo premise, Epic Mickey brings with it the cachet of designer Warren Spector (Deus Ex). EW has an exclusive trailer for Mickey, which releases Nov. 30: READ FULL STORY

'Big Brother' finale preview: The Zingbot picks a winner!

So many things to look forward to on Wednesday’s two-hour Big Brother finale, like a final challenge, a bitter jury, and, of course, the incessant repeating of the word “Brigade” ad nauseam. Oh yeah, and a new winner! Will it be hairtastic snowboarder Hayden, weightlifting-loving Lane, or useless challenge competitor Enzo? We went to the ultimate Big Brother expert to get answers: THE ZINGBOT 3000! In this exclusive interview direct from the Diary Room, we asked the Zingbot for his (her? its?) thoughts on the final three as well as some insight into the Brenchel romance and dual Saboteurs. So for all you folks obsessed with one of the most ridiculous things to ever appear in the Big Brother house, this interview is for you. Just click on the video player below to unleash the madness. And for more (non-Zingbot related) reality ramblings, follow me on Twitter @EWDaltonRoss.

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'Running Wilde' video interview: Will Arnett and Keri Russell talk about doing rom-com for the 'Arrested Development' set

Running-WildeArrested Development alum Will Arnett reunites with his former exec producers, Mitch Hurwitz and Jim Vallely, and his former costar, David Cross, for Fox’s new romantic sitcom Running Wilde — and Felicity‘s Keri Russell is faced with the daunting task of crashing that absurdist party. How does it all work out? Get a preview of their comedic chemistry in our behind-the-scenes video of their photo shoot for EW’s Fall TV Preview as they tell us all about their new show — and, um, Will makes out with a snake. See it all, after the jump.


'Survivor: Nicaragua' premiere sneak peek: See the first few minutes right here!

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Survivor: Nicaragua debuts Wednesday at 8pm on CBS, but you can get your very first taste of the new season right here, right now! Click on the video player below to see the season premiere opening as the contestants are marooned on the beaches of Nicaragua. They think they’ve been split into tribes and are already making impressions of people they believe are their tribemates. Little do they realize they will be re-divided by age later. (Sneaky!) More important, see if you can figure out how the heck Jeff Probst got himself on top of that huge rock! Speaking of the host with the most, after you’re done watching that, stay tuned for a follow-up behind-the-scenes clip as Probst reveals his favorite marooning ever out of all 21 seasons. Will it be the epic brawl of Heroes vs Villains, the send-them-overboard sweetness of Pearl Islands, the race through the rain of Fans vs. Favorites? Keep watching to see for yourself, then tell us what your favorite opening is and what you think of the new cast. And for all the Survivor scoop, follow me on Tiwtter@EWDaltonRoss.

'Survivor: Nicaragua': Jeff Probst shows off his heavy metal singing voice while offering a sneak peak at the new season

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I caught up with Jeff Probst on location on day three of shooting Survivor: Nicaragua (which premieres Wednesday at 8pm on CBS) and the host was not a happy camper. The first immunity challenge had not gone according to plan. The challenge department had spent countless hours prepping for it to be performed one way, but the contestants had outsmarted the production staff and gone their own route. Was it a bad omen, or a testament to what makes reality TV so compelling: the fact that you cannot control what happens once you say those three magical words, “Survivors, ready…GO!”? In the first two sections of our four-part chat (parts three and four will be upon Wednesday), Probst talks about what went wrong, why he’s so nervous coming off the greatness that was Heroes vs. Villains, why he was initially skeptical about revisiting the Old vs. Young twist again, and why the phrase Medallion of Power should only be repeated while doing your best Dokken impersonation. Check out the video player below for all the intel and some exclusive on location footage. And for more Survivor scoop all season long, follow me on Twitter @EWDaltonRoss.

'Big Brother' Eviction Video: Britney talks Lane relationship, who will win, and a future in...comedy?

Big-Brother-EvicteeImage Credit: Cliff Lipson/CBSOne of Big Brother 12‘s most fan-beloved players, Britney, bit the dust last night in an episode that saw Hayden, Enzo, and Lane become the season’s Final Three. It was a sad evening, complete with an emotional crying jag from the perky, sound bite-loving blonde, after it was revealed that the three remaining boys had been working together from the beginning in an alliance known as The Brigade and—yup, you guessed it—were going to swiftly evict her. Britney is en route to the Jury House, of course, but before she’s sequestered there, she carved out a few minutes to chat with EW in this exclusive video. Big Brother‘s fourth place finisher tells us who she thinks will win (you have to watch to find out who!), whether her and Lane’s relationship was more than just platonic, what she’ll do when she sees her nemesis Rachel in the Jury House, and whether her quippy mouth might one day lead her to a career in comedy. (We fans can hope, right?!?) See Britney in all her evicted glory in the video player after the jump.


'Let Me In' Exclusive: 'Kick Ass' star Chloe Moretz gets uncomfortably close with Richard Jenkins

Let-Me-In-vampireImage Credit: Saeed AdyaniIn Let the Right One In — the great, spare Swedish vampire film from 2008 that you simply cannot talk to EW.com video guru Jason Averett about without him dissolving into a puddle of fanboy swooning — the relationship between young(ish) vampire Eli and Eli’s older-seeming male companion is left a bit ambiguous. Is he Eli’s father, uncle, brother, or something less…familial? In this exclusive clip from Let Me In — the U.S. version of Let the Right One In and John Ajvide Lindqvist’s novel of the same name — it’s clear that the relationship between the young vampire (now named Abby, and played by Kick-Ass star Chloe Moretz) and the older companion (Oscar nominee Richard Jenkins) is perhaps slightly more specific than its Swedish counterpart.

How much more specific? Well, after the clip from the film (which is due in theaters Oct. 1), Jenkins and Moretz, along with writer-director Matt Reeves (Cloverfield) and co-star Kodi Smit-McPhee (The Road), address that very question (in a fashion) in my interview with them in July at Comic-Con. They also discuss the title change, talk that the U.S. version was going to Twilight-ize the tale, and whether the film shoot was at all scary for its two young stars. You can check them both out (along with a bonus clip of Jenkins doing a very bad deed, with a quick flash of NSFW language) after the jump. READ FULL STORY

'Big Brother': Evicted Ragan blasts Rachel and defends Jury House villain Matt

Everyone congratulate Ragan Fox for making it to fifth place on Big Brother! (Lord knows he congratulated himself enough during those endurance challenges.) But ultimately the 34-year-old college professor was undone by a showtunes-loving animatronic clam. The newly evicted houseguest stopped en route to the Jury House to enjoy an exclusive video chat with yours truly (and a special guest), and wouldn’t you know it, he unloaded on everyone’s favorite houseguest from hell, Rachel. Ragan talks about their big confrontation in the house — just look at the veins bulging in his neck in that photo! — as well as what it will be like to be reunited (and it feels so good?) with the hot tempered redhead on the jury. He also discusses being tackled by Enzo in the veto competition and the flashbacks he felt to being picked on in high school. One person he does still have kind words for, however, is Matt, even after being backstabbed by the “diabolical super genius.” (Whether those good vibrations will hold up once he gets to the Jury House and finds out Matt was lying about his wife being sick is another matter.) See Ragan in all his evicted glory in the video player after the jump. READ FULL STORY

Jane Lynch, my sister, and an exclusive clip conspire to get me hooked on 'iCarly'

If there really is no such thing as coincidence, then the universe desperately wants me to tune in to the Sept. 11 episode of the Nickelodeon sitcom iCarly. The first indication of this fact came yesterday in the form of an email from my sister Kathy that ended with the following bit of intel: “By the way, the boys [my nephews Philip and Peter] and I love to watch iCarly on Nick, and the ‘bad girl’ friend on the show is Sam. In a new episode on Saturday, September 11, Jane Lynch will guest star as Sam’s mother. We have never seen this character before, but her reputation precedes her! It should be a lot of fun, and you should try to watch. Maybe even do a PopWatch item about it. I’ll let you know what I think of the episode after it airs, but the promos are great!!” [Note presence of double exclamation point as added enticement.] It’s worth mentioning, by the way, that I got Kathy hooked on Glee –and Lynch’s Emmy-winning performance as Sue Sylvester — by insisting she watch the show in reruns this summer.

Then, today, I get an email from a Nickelodeon publicist offering an exclusive clip from the “iSam’s Mom” episode. And because I’m not the kind of person who enjoys infuriating the universe (or my sister), I’m sharing the clip after the jump.

Any you you planning to watch Jane Lynch on iCarly? Or are you such a big fan of the show that you’d be watching it anyway? Sound off below, and for all my pop-culture musings, follow me on Twitter @EWMichaelSlezak. READ FULL STORY

'Big Brother': Brendon explains why he and Rachel will last as a couple. (Stop laughing!)

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Nothing is going to come between Rachel and her man…except me! I intercepted recently evicted Big Brother houseguest Brendon Villegas on his way to the jury house to be reunited with his girlfriend and asked him all about his controversial showmance with the chemist/VIP Cocktail Waitress. This just in: He’s head over heels in love with her! Still, would Brendon have been better off in the game playing with his head instead of his heart? Did Rachel’s tempter tantrums sabotage any chance he had to win? And what makes him think that their reality-born relationship can succeed where so many others have failed? Brendon answers these questions and much more in our exclusive video interview below. READ FULL STORY

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