|$||72.5M||Iron Man 3|
|$||50.0M||The Great Gatsby (2013)|
|$||5.0M||Pain & Gain|
|As of May 13, 2013|
Entourage Season Six is scheduled to to debut July 12 at the height of Summer. All questions will be answered: Will Vince's career sink to a new all time low? Will his celebrity stardom become a phenomenon of the past? Will Drama continue to be a major television star? Has E's management agency made any strides? Will Turtle continue thumping Meadow Soprano? Most of all, what we want to know is whether or not Vince's and Scorcese's remake of The Great Gatsby will make a splash or simply sink. Before the "drama" unfolds, let's take a look back at Entourage season five.
Jericho was a television program that ran for only two seasons (2006-2008). On account of lower than demanded ratings CBS canceled the show after only seven episodes into Season Two. The premise of the program is one that producers had attempted or always wanted to attempt for decades: A nuclear explosion leaves the ominous sight of a mushroom cloud in the background of a small town in Kansas, Jericho. At first there are ostensibly loose ends of the plotline; Jericho "coincidentally" has farms, is far enough away from the explosion to prevent nuclear contamination and has many new or returning residents mere hours before the bombs were detonated. This is how the story manages to become something beyond interesting…
"House" returns for season 6. He is in a mental institution. I knew he would be all along! Frankly, when season 5 ended with Hugh Laurie’s character being institutionalized for schizophrenia I thought "This is the worst possible contingency that nobody ever imaged would happen and it will undoubtedly ruin the show forever". After having watched the season 6 teaser and posted it on the site, I feel comfortable telling all of you that season 6 looks incredible. This is a new scenario not unlike Vogler, the menacing Tritter (not Twitter people), House’s super hot ex fiancé re-emerging in his life, establishing a new team, or the death of Amber. Even better, season 6 starts with a 2 hour episode. There has never been a two hour episode of "House" that did not complete dominate and impress (Foreman’s leptospirosis, Amber’s bus accident). Be prepared for augmented roles for Dr. Chase and Dr. Cameron and a major assertion of Foreman as the boss. Long live the original team.
Screen Spotlight’s Fall Football Predictions (By Division)
Week one of NFL action is almost done. We have what look to be two minor formalities before the week may be deemed officially over. The Patriots have to clobber the anemic Bills and the Chargers must dominate their pathetic division rival, the Raiders. What did you miss from Sunday's action? Find out here…
Sometimes a television series touches our hearts. The actors make us laugh hard, grimace in embarrassment, sit on the edge of our seats in anticipation, and when all is said and done, they make us cry. "Scrubs" is one of those special programs.
He did it again, he stunned the football world. On October 5 the greatest rivalry every hyped will unfold dramatically. With 2 seconds to go, down 4 points to a revitalized and tough San Francisco team, Brett Favre while being chased by three pass rushers who clothes lined him, threw a 32 yard touch down pass to the very edge of the back of the end zone to the newly acquired Greg Lewis for the game winning touchdown. So many critics, so many naysayers, and tons of doubters. There is no more doubt, Brett Favre is legendary, he has passion for the game and a cannon for an arm. All of this despite this torn rotator cuff and recent off season surgery to repair a torn biceps tendon. The Vikings are 3-0 and at the top of a brutal NFC North division. Next week on what will be an epic Monday Night Football Brett Favre, Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings will face Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers at the Metrodome.
Am I old or is it truly unbelievable that "Entourage" is almost finished with its sixth season? It seems like yesterday the show became the hit series that everyone (not just around the proverbial water cooler) talked about and made plans to watch. The first two seasons were impactful and exciting. Seasons 3 and 4 proved to be overwrought, overwritten and overplayed. Season five set the show back on track and ended with a feel good moment when Vincent Chase became Nick Carroway in Marty Scorcese’s Gatsby. Season 6 ends Sunday night…
The WWE excels at producing high quality DVD sets. How does The Randy Savage Ultimate Collection compare to the rest? Find out by reading more…
If you were a WWF fan in the mid-to-late 1980’s, the once-a-month 90-minute WWF Saturday Night’s Main Event show was a godsend! Finally, you could watch matches between the best WWF wrestlers, rather than watching the syndicated WWF Superstars, where the Hart Foundation would destroy the all-powerful jobber team of Conquistador #1 and Steve Lombardi.
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