|US Release Date||01/01/1998|
In response to the controversy over the houseguests' racist, misogynistic, and homophobic slurs, the network has released an official statement.
The 'Survivor' Auction, when Jeff Probst sells vats of peanut butter for contestants souls, was finally a really exciting time.
Timberlake is joined by Tom Hanks, Steve Martin, Chevy Chase, and more in a star-studded episode of the sketch comedy series.
Things get dirty.
The actor/indie director wants to move on to larger pictures.
Lola has a lot of problems. So does <em>Lola Versus</em>.
Working Girl star Melanie Griffith was snubbed when she requested a spot on the new season of TV talent show Dancing With The Stars, according to industry reports.
Director Donald Petrie fails to capitalize on his talented cast and by not exploiting the film's comedic heavy-hitters, delivers a lightweight comedy that's startlingly short on laughs.
The Writers Guild of America, west and East announced nominations for outstanding achievement in writing for the screen, television and radio during the 2003 season.
SANTA MONICA, Calif., March 29, 2000 -- Whitney Houston played an imaginary piano, bragged about how a "Jew guy" made her bracelet, requested a serving of Skippy peanut butter (smooth -- not chunky) and compared hanging with a junkie to hanging with a president during an interview for an upcoming magazine profile. Whitney Houston, left, with husband Bobby Brown The disclosures from Jane magazine come a day after the singer's camp tried to shoot down reports that she'd been canned from Sund
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