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  • 'Weeds: Season Four'

    As a prelude to the Showtime series' new, soon-to-start fifth season, the video release of these episodes relocates drug dealer Nancy ( Mary-Louise Parker) and her family to the Mexican-American border, where she continues her trafficking activities. A...
  • 'True Blood's' Lizzy Caplan Tops Best TV Nude Scenes of 2008

    What is it about vampires that makes people wanna get naked? Mr. Skin is just grateful that they do. Lizzy Caplan and Anna Paquin's generosity with their nude bodies on HBO's supernatural series "True Blood" has landed them on Mr. Skin's Top 10 tribute...
  • 'Doubt,' 'In Treatment' Lead Golden Globe Nominations

    Last year, the Writers Strike ended up canceling the NBC Co-Chairman's "prom," but for the time being -- pending the SAG vote, that is -- all things are full steam ahead for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's 66th annual Golden Globes honoring...
  • Golden Globes nominations unveiled

    Golden Globes nominations unveiled
    "Slumdog Millionaire," a modern-day fable about an orphan from Mumbai who ends up on a television game show, is shaping up to be this movie season's Cinderella story. At one point, it seemed poised to go straight to DVD after its original studio,...
  • At the Golden Globes, this year looks a whole lot like last year

    At the Golden Globes, this year looks a whole lot like last year
    Now that we've got electing a president out of the way, it's time to get back to the more important business of giving awards to television shows and motion pictures. More than a month out from the inauguration of Barack Obama, the nominees for the 2008...
  • SAG Awards Express 'Doubt'

    The movie is called "Doubt," but members of the Screen Actors Guild seem to have few misgivings about it. The film is the leading nominee for the 15th annual SAG Awards, which were announced Thursday (Dec. 18). It picked up five nominations -- individual...
  • Five Actors Will 'Howl' with 'Pineapple Express' Star

    David Strathairn, Alan Alda, Jeff Daniels, Mary-Louise Parker and Paul Rudd are set to join James Franco in "Howl." Oscar-winning documentarians Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman will make their narrative writing-directing-producing debuts on the...
  • Emmys race comes down to old or new

    It's a race to decide what we value most: the vibrant and new or that which is mellow with experience. Shall we surrender to the seductive nature of callow youth or the guaranteed satisfaction that only maturity can provide? Astonishingly enough, it...
  • 'Dead Man's Cell Phone' at South Coast Repertory

    'Dead Man's Cell Phone' at South Coast Repertory
    Sarah Ruhl is a playwright whose whimsy divides audiences. If you resist her capricious gambits, you wind up an unhappy -- possibly angry -- theatrical camper. "Dead Man's Cell Phone," her latest play, which opened Friday at South Coast Repertory, will...
  • Demián Bichir is feeling playful

    Demián Bichir is feeling playful
    Demián Bichir refers to it as "the theater connection," and it sure can lead an actor to some intriguingly unexpected places. Like scaling the summit of the Mexican box office, staring into the mirror and seeing Fidel Castro or spanking Mary-Louise...
  • 'By the Waters of Babylon'

    'By the Waters of Babylon'
    Catherine, a well-off widow who has kept her figure, hires Arturo, a sexy day laborer with a soulful stare, to clean up her overgrown garden. OK, everyone, you have two minutes to write in the rest of the plot. The only ground rules are that it can't...
  • Nominees Announced for the 2009 People's Choice Awards

    The nominees for the 35th Annual People's Choice Awards were announced on Monday (Nov. 10), providing their usual populist contrast to the Emmys, Oscars and Grammys. While the Oscars may be prone to honoring things like "No Country For Old Men" and the...