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Steven Weber

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  • “Eve of Destruction”: Reelz miniseries pits Steven Weber vs. global disaster

     
    Eve of Destruction (Part 1) Friday, April 12; (Part 2) Saturday, April 13 ReelzChannel, 8pm ET/5pm PT (with encore airings at 1am ET/10pm PT) Well, you just knew they weren't going to get away with all that Large Hadron Collider business and not spawn a...
  • “American Masters: Mel Brooks — Make A Noise”: Review, with exclusive clip

     
    American Masters: Mel Brooks — Make a Noise Monday, May 20 PBS, 9pm ET (PBS programming varies regionally) Of all the anecdotes Mel Brooks shares in his American Masters special, it’s one that takes place back before he ever walked onto a film...
  • “Ring of Fire” stars Michael Vartan, Terry O’Quinn talk about disaster epic

     
    Ring of Fire movie — Part 1 airs Monday, March 11, at 8pm ET; Part 2 premieres Tuesday, March 12, 8pm ET on REELZCHANNEL. How much have those blatantly cheesy, over-the-top creature features known as Syfy Original Movies permeated our consciousness?...
  • ‘Ultimate Spider-Man’: Steven Weber transcends cartoon villainy

     
    The Green Goblin makes his first appearance on Disney XD's “Ultimate Spider-Man” Sunday, with an updated, re-imagined version of the ......
  • Orange County producer gets 27 years in B-movie Ponzi scheme

    Orange County producer gets 27 years in B-movie Ponzi scheme
    An Orange County movie producer convicted of bilking mostly elderly investors out of $9.5 million in a Ponzi scam involving B movies such as “Confessions of a Pit Fighter” and “Lake Dead” has been sentenced to 27 years in state...
  • On Theater: 'Parisian' a scathing French farce

    On Theater: 'Parisian' a scathing French farce
    The roiling snake pit that is Washington politics writhes and hisses with unexpected comical fervor in "The Parisian Woman," a provocative new play by Beau Willimon now receiving its world premiere at South Coast Repertory. Seldom does pure dialogue...
  • The Spotlight: 'A Pretty Filthy Evening' at the Kirk Douglas Theatre

     
    First politics, now porn. Michael Friedman, composer-lyricist for Broadway’s “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson,” takes on L.A.’s adult entertainment industry in “Pretty Filthy,” a new musical commissioned by the Center Theatre Group. On Saturday,...
  • Tuesday's Highlights

     
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  • Director Mick Garris talks A&E’s Stephen King shocker “Bag of Bones”: Part 2

     
    [There is a video that cannot be displayed in this feed. Visit the blog entry to see the video.] By Stacey Harrison Follow @ChannelGuideSRH Click here for Part 1 Tell me a little about how production went. Mick Garris: It actually went really well. It&#...
  • Stephen King on TV, from 'Salem's Lot' to 'Bag of Bones'

     
    On Sunday, the two-part miniseries “Bag of Bones” premieres on A&E, the latest in a very long line of efforts to bring Stephen King’s unique vision to TV. Mick Garris, the director and King's most established TV collaborator, discusses...
  • All Christmas all the time on TV

     
    Holiday movies, specials and very special holiday episodes of your favorite series fill the TV screens between now and Christmas Day. Here are many of the highlights. “Glee” 8 p.m., Tuesday, Fox. Extraordinary Merry Christmas: The glee club...
  • TV tonight: Finalists sing on ‘American Idol’; new ‘Hot in Cleveland’

     
    "Modern Family" is a rerun. If you want new comedy, TV Land offers "Hot in Cleveland" at 10 and "Happily Divorced" at 10:30. The women of "Hot in Cleveland" spend time at a lake house, where they encounter guest stars Steven Weber, Christopher Gorham...