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Zap2It.comDivorce, it seems, has led Jay Mohr to seek additional television work. "Oh, yeah. I'm all about that," laughs the punchy comic. "I need to work. My ex-wife gets all the Diet Pepsi money. That was a surprising day in the lawyer's office. 'No. That's...
Zap2It.comJosh Blue has made his mark in comedy by laughing at himself and disarming those who might be inclined to laugh at him. Wednesday, he rode that philosophy to the top of "Last Comic Standing," topping fellow finalist Ty Barnett to win the fourth season of...
Zap2It.comNBC will try to carry over the success it's had this summer to next summer -- or, in the case of "America's Got Talent," even sooner than that. The network has picked up additional seasons of both "Talent" and its other summer competition show, "Last...
Zap2It.com"Las Vegas" actress Nikki Cox and Jay Mohr are now married, but they didn't head to Sin City to do the deed. The couple tied the knot at the Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles on Friday, Dec. 29, reports People. Cox, 28, plays special events director Mary...
Zap2It.comJay Mohr won't be back with "Last Comic Standing" when it returns this summer, but he's apparently gotten over his beef with NBC enough to star in a pilot for the network. Multiple Emmy winner John Lithgow ("3rd Rock from the Sun") is also back at the...
Tags: Death, Television, The CW (tv network), John Lithgow, CBS Corp.
Zap2It.comAfter five seasons at the helm of NBC's "Crossing Jordan," series creator Tim Kring is giving up day-to-day oversight of the show. Which is good news for the likes of Greg Grunberg and Ali Larter. Grunberg and Larter, see, are two of the stars of Kring's...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday April 17, 1998 In the admirably swift opening of the psychological mystery thriller "Suicide Kings," a smart B-picture with lots of A-pluses, a shrewd veteran gangster, wonderfully well-played by Christopher Walken, is kidnapped by a bunch of...
FOR THE TIMESFriday April 17, 1998 Make an appointment with your kids or borrow some children from your neighbor and see "Paulie," a perfect family movie with the intelligence, humor and hug-me moments to be a great first-date movie, too. Just remember to...
FOR THE TIMESFriday July 24, 1998 Here's a partial listing of the movies you'll need to be familiar with in order to appreciate the full idiotic flavor of Jim Abrahams' "Mafia!," the latest (but only the first of three this summer) descendant of "Airplane!": ...
Tags: Lloyd Bridges, Television, Health, Billy Burke, Sicilian Mafia
FOR THE TIMESFriday August 1, 1997 There's a joke to be made here about friends in low places, but let's first examine the evidence: a film comedy about a woman in her 20s who just can't find the right man (one demerit, triteness). A woman with a strong sense of...
Tags: Meg Ryan, Weddings, Julia Roberts, Kevin Dunn, Bruce Willis
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday July 10, 1998 "Small Soldiers" is a little boy's fantasy of toys come to life. And like small boys it is often charming and funny, occasionally malicious, and finally too focused on gizmos and effects for its own good. What if,...
Tags: George Kennedy, Phil Hartman, Jim Brown, Denis Leary, Joe Dante
TIMES STAFF WRITERWednesday December 30, 1998 Willard Carroll's "Playing by Heart" is a fine example of the traditional-style, multicharacter love story featuring an all-star ensemble cast, beautifully headed in this case by Gena Rowlands and Sean Connery. In...
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