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ReutersMay 01 (TheWrap.com) - TVLand is giving us another stroll down pop culture memory lane (and a mini "Seinfeld" reunion) with a new casting on "The Exes." Estelle Harris, who played overbearing mom to Jason Alexander's George Costanza on "Seinfeld," is...
ReutersMay 02 (TheWrap.com) - "So You Think You Can Dance" host Cat Deeley is coming to TV Land's "The Exes." Deeley will guest star as Samantha, a woman who gets set up with Stuart (David Alan Basche). She's beautiful, but can the dentist look past her...
Words & Ideas Compiled by Grace Krilanovich. SUNDAY Pierre Odier: The author of "Cambodia Angkor: A Lasting Legacy" will discuss and sign his recent book. Pacific Asia Museum, 46 N. Los Robles Ave., Pasadena. 2 p.m. Free with museum admission. (626)...
Andrea LontocDance Your A** Off is the latest weight-loss reality show taking over our television screens. Lisa Ann Walter, head judge and creator, stopped by our studio today to discuss the creation of the show, her relationship with the contestants, as well as her...
The Chicago International Film Festival has started, and with more than 100 movies in the lineup, admit it: you're lost. Don't fret; we've got the flicks you can't miss--and the movies you wouldn't wish on your worst enemies. Plus, check metromix.com...
TIMES FILM CRITICWednesday July 29, 1998 The premise couldn't be less plausible, but who has ever cared? Since it came out in 1961, "The Parent Trap" has been an embraceable fantasy, a sugarplum vision of a world where parents are perfect though apart and children...
Tribune television reporterThe knives were being sharpened for NBC's "Emeril," whose pilot is widely regarded as one of the worst shown at the Television Critics Association's annual summer press tour. But celebrity chef and fledgling actor Emeril Lagasse's winning personality...
TRIBUNE MOVIE CRITIC2½ stars (out of 4) "Shall We Dance?" is a well-meaning but overdressed Americanization of the charming 1996 Japanese romantic comedy about a repressed Tokyo businessman who blossoms at a local dance school. And it definitely has a glamor problem. Where...
Times Staff Writer"Shall We Dance?" makes the move from Tokyo to Chicago with the deftness of Fred Astaire leading Ginger Rogers. In Masayuki Suo's 1996 version, a Tokyo office manager who's hit a bored and dissatisfied passage in his life catches a glimpse of a...
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