2006, Movie, R, 138 mins


Boss Executive Producers Exiting Series

Kelsey Grammer

The bosses of Starz' Boss are departing the drama. News surfaces a day after the show's series premiere, Deadline reports.

Executive producers and co-showrunners Richard Levine and Lyn Greene (Nip/Tuck) oversaw the eight-episode first-season... read more

Imagen That: Ugly Betty Cleans Up at Hispanic Award Show

America Ferrera in Ugly Betty by Dean Hendler/ABC

On Saturday, the Imagen Awards, which honors work by and about Hispanics, doffed its sombrero to Ugly Betty. The ABC hit went in with 11 nominations and won best prime-time TV show, best TV actress (for America Ferrera, who was also awarded the Imagen Foundation's Creative Achievement Award), and won the best-supporting-actress for Ana Ortiz's work as Hilda. On the feature side, Pan's Labyrinth came out on top, scoring the prize for best picture and best actress (Ivana Baquero). Dalia Hernandez and Gerardo Taracena (from Mel Gibson's Apocalypto) won best supporting actress and actor on the big screen.Monday's Today's News was written by Ben Katner. read more

DVD Tuesday: Apocalypto -- through the past, darkly

Apocalypto courtesy Buena Vista Home Entertainment/Touchstone

Mel Gibsons Apocalypto Bloodthirsty exploitative spectacle or haunting look at a vanished world through 21st-century eyesSend your movie questions to FlickChickSee Maitland McDonagh and Ken Fox review this weeks new flicks on the Movie Talk vodcastHear Maitland on the weekly podcast TVGuide TalkI dragged my heels to Mel Gibsons Apocalypto when it screened for critics last year No matter how hard I tried to keep an open mind I just wasnt interested And I came out a convert which is why its this weeks DVD Tuesday pickNow Ive read enough to know that the film mixes characteristics of different periods in Mayan civilization I dont really care I dont claim to be well-versed in the details of Mesoamerican culture but I know better than to think seeing Apocalypto is a substitute for reading historical accounts Im also well aware that it is first and foremost a spectacle of the past refracted and filtered through the preoccupations of the present What historica read more

Short Cuts: Jordin Sparks, Ratings, HSM2 and More!

Your American Idol, Jordin Sparks, serves up the national anthem at tonight's NBA championship series tip-off.... America's Got Talent was Tuesday's ratings winner, averaging some 13 million total viewers across its two-hour premiere. On the Lot, meanwhile, dropped to a scant 3.13 mil.... Hannibal Rising and Apocalypto topped last week's DVD sales and rental charts, respectively.... "What Time Is It?", the first music video from High School Musical 2, premieres Saturday at 7:55 pm/ET, on Disney Channel.... My Trivial Matt'rs blog has been updated. read more

Short Cuts: Scrubs, Emmy Tickets and More!

Tickets to the Daytime Entertainment Emmy Awards, to be held June 15 at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, are on sale starting today at the box office or via TicketMaster.com/KodakTheatre.com. Prices range from $62-$152.... Fox will air the Teen Choice 2007 awards live on August 26.... On the DVD horizon: Scrubs, Season 5, and Mel Gibson's Apocalypto (both streeting May 22), and Benson: The Complete First Season (July 24). read more

Box-Office Shocker: Moviegoers Toast Mel Gibson

Those who said Mel Gibson would never eat lunch in Hollywood again were wrong: His Apocalypto debuted at the top of the box office this weekend with a haul of $14.2 million. That said, the self-destructive director may be having that lunch at Burger King rather than Chez Fancypants, seeing as his last hard-sell flick, The Passion of the Christ, took in $83.8 million in its opening weekend. Rounding out the top five were the Cameron Diaz/Jude Law (or Kate Winslet/Jack Black, if you prefer) date movie The Holiday (opening with $13.5 million), then Happy Feet ($12.7 mil), Casino Royale ($8.8 mil) and Leo DiCaprio's Blood Diamond (debuting with $8.5 mil).Monday's Today's News was written by Ben Katner. read more

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