February 15, 2008

Today In Entertainment - Friday, Febuary 15th - 2008

Top Ten Zombie Movies - Eric Winkler describes his top ten zombie movies.
Definetly Maybe Mumm - Ryan Reynolds and Abigail Breslin star in "Definitely, Maybe," in which a soon-to-be divorced Dad tells his daughter about the three girls he dated before he got married. But she has to guess which one turns out to be her mother.
Five movies that are new on DVD - Newsday reviews 5 new movies just released on DVD.
5 Movies that wont remind you your single - It's that time again. Everyone is sappy. Everyone is happy. And it seems that everyone but you has a date this weekend. Well, screw them! Right?
Three Movies that would make great video games - It seems like anytime they turn a movie into a video game, it’s a complete and total disaster. I sometimes wonder if it’s because they are using movies that are too mainstream. I definitely believe that the gaming industry is skipping over some great movies that would make great games.
Massive Attack curates London Arts Festival - Massive Attack, the Bristol band whose first album became one of the most influential British records of the 1990s, are set to follow in the footsteps of Jarvis Cocker, Patti Smith and David Bowie and curate the Meltdown festival at London's Southbank Centre this summer.
Celebrities Making Airport Announcements - You know those routine announcements at the airport that just blend into the fluorescent-lit background? They're about to become more distinct -- or at least that's what airports are hoping.
Celebrities back singer over Venezuela concert - More than 100 celebrities from the singer Shakira to soccer star David Beckham backed a Spanish pop star in a dispute with Venezuela after a concert was canceled following his criticism of President Hugo Chavez.
NBC Apologizes for Jane Fonda - Television network NBC apologized for itself and actress Jane Fonda on Thursday after she used an offensive word on the "Today Show."
MSNBC Reporter Suspended - MSNBC correspondent David Shuster will serve a two-week suspension for comments that angered the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign.
Oscar telecast Full Spead Ahead - With the threat of picketing writers having passed, Oscar organizers on Thursday unveiled presenters and performers for their upcoming telecast.
Absolut Sponsoring Kanye West - Hip-hop star Kanye West has signed a sponsorship deal with Absolut 100 Vodka for his North American tour, which begins April 16 at Seattle's Key Arena.
The Last SPICE GIRLS tour? - Don't hold your breath waiting for the next Spice Girls reunion. Geri Halliwell, a.k.a. Ginger Spice, said a second outing "probably won't happen ever again." The quintet's Return of the Spice Girls World Tour wraps February 26 in Toronto.