October 24, 2008

Here's a look at the new movies opening nationwide today:
* High School Musical 3: Senior Year -- The Disney Channel phenomenon makes its big-screen debut. Zac Efron's Troy and Vanessa Hudgens' Gabriella worry about the future of their relationship, as the crew puts on a spring musical to celebrate the end of their time in high school. Everyone else is back for the sequel. Rated G.

* Pride and Glory -- Edward Norton heads an investigation into the murders of four New York City police officers, only to discover that some family members, who are fellow cops, may be implicated in the case. Colin Farrell and Jon Voight also star. Rated R.

* Saw V -- The fifth edition of the horror series finds Hoffman in line to continue the killer Jigsaw's legacy, if he can keep it a secret. Tobin Bell and Scott Patterson star. Rated R.

There were some really funny skits last night on the Saturday Night Live - Election Special. Here are some highlights!

A new poll seems to indicate Harrison Ford leads the race for the presidency. Well, in this case the “race” is at Moviefone.com where they asked for people to vote for the best fictional president. Here's the Top 10:
1. Harrison Ford, Air Force One, 1997
2. Morgan Freeman, Deep Impact, 1998
3. Michael Douglas, The American President, 1995
4. Bill Pullman, Independence Day, 1996
5. Kevin Kline, Dave, 1993
6. Dennis Quaid, American Dreamz, 2006
7. Bruce Greenwood, National Treasure: Book of Secrets, 2003
8. James Cromwell, The Sum of All Fears, 2002
9. Jack Nicholson, Mars Attacks, 1996
10. Jeff Bridges, The Contender, 2000

Speaking of Top 10 lists…here’s TV Guide’s Top 10 Dogs on Television:
1. Snoopy - Peanuts
2. Lassie - Lassie
3. Eddie - Frasier
4. Triumph the insult comic dog - Late Night with Conan O'Brien
5. Doc - Grey's Anatomy
6. Vincent - Lost
7. Elizabeth Taylor - Sex and the City
8. Tinkerbell Hilton
9. Scooby-Doo - Scooby Doo
10. Paul Anka - Gilmore Girls

Talk about an American Idol fantasy come trueSTAR Artists Kelly Clarkson and Chris Daughtry may have recorded a duet! Daughtry’s producer posted a photo on his MySpace page of him, Kelly and Chris in a recording studio and the caption reads, “Me, Kelly Clarkson and Chris Daughtry at recording session for duet.” So if there is a duet, will it be on Kelly or Daughtry’s new CD?

STAR Artist David Cook doesn’t want fans to just listen to his debut CD, he wants to put ‘em through the wringer. "I just want the songs to kick you in the teeth or make you want to cry -- or do something drastic, like jump off a building. I want somebody to be exhausted when they're done listening." The CD will be in stores November 18th. Please don't jump off a building.

To quote E! News: "If there's one thing STAR Artist U2's Bono needs, it's a platform for his world views. Oh wait..." As if Bono didn’t have enough to do, evidently next year he’ll add reporter to his resume. He’s going to start writing for the New York Times. And what kind of absurd salary is Bono charging? He’s actually doing it for free.

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