April 24, 2009

This Weekend – Creepy movie stalkers, awesome informercials, ‘New Moon’ wolf pack photo, and more

Filed under: Entertainment — hypeplug @ 5:32 pm

This Weekend from EW.com

5 Great Things For This Weekend
1. Restraining Order In this weekend’s ”Obsessed,” Ali Larter sets her sights on Beyonce’s man. Put her under surveillance with our roundup of 19 Creepy Movie Stalkers — from a stiletto-wielding psycho to the No. 1 Fan no one would want

  1. ‘Moon’ Men OK, ‘Twilight’ fans — you think you’re on Team Edward? Mandi Bierly’s thinking a photo of the (shirtless) ‘New Moon’ wolf pack may change your mind
  2. Ask Ausiello Drool over a pic of our TV titan’s extravagant Hamptons pad while getting all the latest, juiciest scoop on ‘Lost,’ ‘Grey’s,’ Heroes,’ and more
  3. Informercial Mania The best of the late-night ads pitching the handiest products we never knew we needed (Snuggie! Tiddy Bear!) in the cheesiest possible way

  4. TV Watch Celebrating (or mourning) after ‘Idol”s double elimination? Read Michael Slezak’s recap to get his take on the results — plus ‘DWTS,’ ‘Housewives,’ and more

TV: What To Watch
The 2009 TV Land Awards

Sunday, 8:00 – 10:30 PM     TV Land, TV-PG

How is Neil Patrick Harris approaching his big job as emcee? ”I want to keep it cool, sort of ‘Dean Martin hosts a party,”’ he says. ”I’m trying to keep it a classy affair. Maybe a Scotch on the rocks. I’m thinking more ‘Match Game PM’ than ‘The Price Is Right.”’ (Choice old-school reference, NPH!) The evening’s classic-TV honorees include ‘M*A*S*H,’ ‘Home Improvement,’ ‘Magnum, P.I.,’ Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Don Rickles. Spoiler alert: ‘Two and a Half Men‘ — which follows Harris’ ‘How I Met Your Mother‘ on CBS — will receive the Future Classic award.

More Tonight’s Best TV

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Fighting Crowd-pleasing smackdowns can’t save this sloppy drama about a country boy (Channing Tatum) trying to make a buck in the big city by moonlighting as an underground prizefighter
Full Review C-
Crank High Voltage Goons abduct a hitman (Jason Statham), then replace his heart with a pesky electric-powered one in this eye-popping action flick
Full Review B
Every Little Step This limited-release doc, pegged to the 2006 revival of ‘A Chorus Line,’ follows a bunch of dancers desperate to land a role in a musical
Full Review A

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