NBC said Thursday that Fey, a former "SNL" cast member and head writer, is hosting the April 10 show and will be joined by Canadian-born pop sensation Justin Bieber.
Phillippe is set to host the April 17 show with Ke$ha as the musical guest. On April 24, Precious star, Oscar nominee and, if you've ever seen/heard her interviewed, funny lady Sidibe will take on hosting duties and the band MGMT is to perform.
Each and every summer the major studio floodgates open and a new crop of blockbuster films come pouring forth, all vying equally for your attention. So many films, so little time! How do you choose?
Well here's a guide to some of the biggest films hitting theatres in May, June, July and August. Read on, find out more about each, and then decide which flicks are your must-see picks of the summer season!
The gods of Mount Olympus are the new rulers of the weekend box office.
The ancient Greek action remake Clash of the Titans has debuted at No. 1 with $61.4 million. Adding Thursday night preview screenings, the movie has totaled $64.1 million.
Opening at No. 2 with $30.2 million was the sequel Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too?
The previous weekend's top movie, the animated adventure How to Train Your Dragon, ran a close third with $29.2 million, raising its 10-day total to $92.3 million.
Nicollette Sheridan, the actress who played a divorced real estate agent in ABC's "Desperate Housewives" is suing the show's creator and producer.
The California attorney general says Corey Haim obtained more than 550 prescription pills illegally in the three months before his death.
Though perhaps less famous than his sisters, he had a career that spanned five decades and experienced success on both stage and screen, appearing in dozens of television shows and movies, including A Man for All Seasons, and Oh! What A Lovely War and Four Weddings and a Funeral.
Olivia Thirlby, she who immortalized the Diablo Cody-penned exclamation "Honest to blog?" in Juno and starred as Ben Kingsley's daughter in the underrated The Wackness, is moving up to the front of the class with her first starring role, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
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