If the fall premiere of VH1′s Bret Michaels: Life As I Know It feels a little too far away, you can get your Michaels fix next week when the rocker guest stars as himself — well, at least a claymation version of himself — on the June 11 season premiere of Nick at Nite’s Glenn Martin, DDS. The episode follows Glenn (Kevin Nealon) and wife Jackie (Catherine O’Hara) on a romantic getaway, where they unwittingly become contestants on a home-wrecking reality show hosted by Howie Mandel (also doing his own voice). In the clip below, Michaels leads the couple in a Newlywed Game-style quiz before getting physical with Mandel. Check it out here: READ FULL STORY
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On IFC’s cooking-talk show-concert hybrid series Dinner With the Band (new season premiering tonight, 10:30 p.m.), New York chef Sam Mason invites indie musicians to his kitchen for a meal and music. To kick things off this season, Rufus Wainwright stops by to help prepare a German-influenced menu including schnitzel, spaetzle and sauerkraut. We chatted with Sam about the show, his musical tastes, and why music and food go so well together.
ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: How did the show come about?
SAM MASON: The producers called me. They called me six years ago. Darin called me, [said], “I have an idea for a cooking show you might be interested in,” so I said OK. We met up and he told me this grand story about this cooking show that involves live music and indie rock bands. He Google searched tattooed chefs. Six years ago, apparently I was the only tattooed chef. I’m not a big fan of [the story].
Are you a big music fan?
I am really into music. I’m a little all over the place with my preferences. It kind of worked out really well. It was a good marriage. READ FULL STORY
How many of you Gleeks have imagined yourself singing opposite Glee‘s Lea Michele or Cory Monteith or Matthew Morrison? Well, that Gleeky dream could soon become a reality. EW has the exclusive news that Glee producers are beginning a nationwide casting call today for performers between the ages of 16 and 26 to be featured in season two of Fox’s hit series. Beginning today, those interested can go to this MySpace page and upload audition videos through April 26. The videos should explain why you want to be on Glee and feature a performance of one of Glee‘s hit tracks, like “True Colors,” “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” and “Lean on Me.” Performances can either be a cappella or with a single instrument via My Space karaoke. Videos should be only five minutes in length (one-minute intro, four-minute performance) and are limited to one per person.
Excited yet? Here’s Mr. Schuester himself, Matthew Morrison, to explain more in the video embedded after the jump… READ FULL STORY
After the jump, check out the premiere of the full-length trailer for Iron Man: Extremis. READ FULL STORY
The tale of Beauty and the Beast is, as we all know, a tale as old as time. (My personal favorite interpretation is the late-1980s TV series in which Linda Hamilton and the leonine “beast” fought over who would have the bigger hair.) Now, the story will be transposed to the younger set in Beastly which, as you can see in these two exclusive photos, stars the inimitable Neil Patrick Harris and High School Musical’s Vanessa Hudgens. The press release calls the film “an edgy teen romance about learning how to see past false surfaces to discover true inner beauty.” I’m all for anything with high NPH levels, and it’s a bonus to see that they made the movie’s heartthrob-turned-beast a creepily vascular alopeciac instead of just sticking a pair of glasses on him. (I’m looking at you She’s All That.)
Colin Farrell will be sporting the long locks and puppy-dog eyes shown in this EW.com exclusive photo in his upcoming movie Ondine (premieres on VOD, Amazon, and XBOX Live May 7 and in theaters June 4), where he plays an Irish fisherman who accidentally nets a woman he believes might be a mermaid. Although, I’m sure in real life the roguish (and brogue-ish) actor doesn’t need to go trawling the ocean for women. Director Neil Jordan’s other take on fairy tales, The Company of Wolves, turned Little Red Riding Hood into a creepy and bloody meditation on sexual politics, so I think we can expect something a tad different from The Little Mermaid or (PLEASE LORD NO!) Lady in the Water. See more exclusive pics after the jump.
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Oscar-nominated Woody Harrelson (The Messenger) moonlights as a clueless crusader in…bum, bum, BUM!…Defendor. This movie has snuck up on me (it’s in theaters Feb. 26), especially with all the buzz surrounding the similarly-themed Kick-Ass. The trailer for the comedy, in which Harrelson plays a deranged wannabe hero armed with a bat, marbles, and lime juice, tickled my funnybone, and these exclusive pictures (one more after the jump) make him look like the insane offspring of Franz Liebkind and a dimwitted droog.
Harrelson seems right at home playing the D-grade pseudohero. The duct-tape clinches it. I’m in for the laughs. You? READ FULL STORY
It’s the confrontation we’ve been waiting months for over on General Hospital: Undercover cop Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna) infiltrated the Corinthos Mob in Port Charles to take down the boss, Sonny (Maurice Benard), but neither one knew that Dante was actually Sonny’s son. Tomorrow the detective and the mobster go toe to toe and all the truths come to light. The clip below shows Sonny after he finds out that Dante is a cop. It’s intercut with scenes from a baptism, playing off the themes of new life and possible death as Sonny shoots Dante. Olivia (Lisa LoCicero), Dante’s mother and Sonny’s old flame, runs in afterward and lets Sonny know that he’s shot his own child. Does this first look make you think you’ll get the payoff you hoped for with this story line?
Channing Tatum’s scalded penis. In the current issue of Details, Tatum revealed an unfortunate incident that occurred while shooting the upcoming Roman epic movie The Eagle of the Ninth. The actor was filming a scene in the hypothermic waters of Scotland, which were so cold that one of the crew members had to repeatedly pour a mixture of boiling water and river water down Tatum’s suit. Long story short, the assistant forgot to add the cold water one time, thereby drenching Tatum’s nether regions with hot water and sending the actor to the hospital with a “shriveled, burned penis.”By now you’ve surely heard about
Oh, the things actors will endure for the sake of the film! EW chatted with Tatum last week about the movie in question, The Eagle of the Ninth, which Focus Features will release this fall. “It’s almost like an old western, like The Searchers,” Tatum said, while pointing out that the film’s still very much an epic in the tradition of Gladiator and Braveheart. “Are you going to get big, huge battles and things you’d expect in an epic? Yeah, absolutely. But it’s smarter than just a big epic. It’s more of a personal, relationship story about these two guys that have to go on this journey together.” READ FULL STORY
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