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Obsessed (movie)

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  • 'Obsessed'

    'Obsessed'
    Ali Larter ("Heroes") plays the title party, a temp worker who develops a fixation on a broker (Idris Elba, "The Reaping") at her latest place of employment, in this familiar-feeling drama. Her excessive attention unsettles him, and it also isn't taken...
  • Obsessed Miley Cyrus Stalker Arrested... Again!

    Obsessed Miley Cyrus Stalker Arrested... Again!
    A 53-year-old man who claims to be secretly engaged to Miley Cyrus has been charged with attempting to stalk the teen star, on the set of her latest Disney film. Police say Mark McLeod was charged with criminal attempted stalking after he returned to the...
  • Jerry O'Connel to guest-star on season premiere of MaDtv

    Jerry O'Connell, star of the new FOX comedy DO NOT DISTURB, will make a special appearance on the season premiere of MADtv airing Saturday, Sept. 13 (11:00 PM-Midnight ET/PT) on FOX.  O'Connell will spoof Senator John Edwards in "Viva La Cheata," a...
  • Double-barreled firepower

    It's one of the most urgent questions facing men of a certain age today, particularly in Latin American countries, a question that strikes at one's core values and affirms one's identity as a soccer-mad, tequila-swigging, red-blooded varon. That question...
  • St. Louis site details life of ragtime great

    "Maybe 50 years after I'm dead my music will be appreciated." -- Scott Joplin, 1915It might seem ironic, or it might seem typical, that it took a wealthy white musician to give a mostly undiscovered African-American composer his due. Prior to 1974,...
  • 'Texasville' by Larry McMurtry

    Welcome back to Thalia, seat of Hardtop County, Tex., where the terrain is so flat that the net at the municipal tennis court forms a skyline. Readers of Larry McMurtry's "The Last Picture Show" will be surprised to hear that Thalia has anything so grand...