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The Flintstones

Fred and Wilma, you look so great we’d never know you’re ancient.   

Yes, The Flintstones turns the big 5-0 today, but, to us, the stone-age comedy will always be timeless. Here’s why: (more…)

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Kevin Eubanks, Jay LenoIf this isn’t an indication that Jay Leno‘s bandleader was a closet Team CoCo supporter, we don’t know what is. Except maybe our wishful thinking. (more…)

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So many performances, so many speeches, so much screen time! And that’s just Taylor Swift! (more…)

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Bono, Jay Z, Rihanna, Telethon

Nothing unites TV audiences quite like a natural disaster. Or, as it turns out, a good cause.

The Hope for Haiti Now benefit, which was broadcast by more than 60 television networks last Friday, was watched by roughly 83 million people around the world, including 24 million in the United States.

And the people watching weren’t just sitting there.

Donations made during the telethon now stand at more than $61 million, according to MTV Networks, which teamed with George Clooney and Wyclef Jean to get this show on the road.

The international production, headed up by Clooney in Los Angeles, Jean in New York and Anderson Cooper in Haiti, and featuring live performances and testimonials from London, was also streamed online about 1.9 million times during the live show, plus about 5.8 million times over the weekend.

What do you know? It was also the most talked about topic on Twitter, prompting 1 million tweets during and around the event on Friday alone, according to media monitor Collective Intellect.

Hope for Haiti Now will be accepting donations for the next six months.

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Randy Jackson, Victoria Beckham, Kara DioGaurdi, Simon Cowell, American Idol

Paula Abdul, we could handle. But Simon Cowell?! (more…)

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By the end of the day authorities could be one step closer to knowing what killed Brittany Murphy.

The Los Angeles coroner’s office says an autopsy on the Clueless star will be conducted later today—just about 24 hours after her death shocked Hollywood. (more…)

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Avatar

Avatar cost $250 million $500 million—let’s just say, it cost a lot. Murkier still is whether it’ll make a lot. Is the big, blue James Cameron epic, opening Friday, the next Titanic, the blockbuster—or the nextTitanic, the disaster?

Box-office analyst Paul Dergarabedian of Hollywood.com, for one, doesn’t foresee the sci-fi flick getting taken out by an iceberg. “Will it make back its budget? It will,” he says.

Dergarbedian thinks the movie can gross at least $250 million worldwide—maybe even $500 million.

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