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Zap2It.comABC will have a multi-camera comedy on the air next season after all. The network has given a late pickup to its long-running comedy "According to Jim," after initially leaving it off the 2007-08 schedule. The show will produce 18 episodes next season,...
Zap2It.comMaybe the names Tom Sawyer or Becky Thatcher will get some love this time around. Actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley and country star Brad Paisley, who named their son after Mark Twain's scamp Huckleberry Finn, have another little character on the way,...
The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo is still months away; however organizers have secured some superstars to entertain the crowds. On Monday, they released four very familiar names in modern music. Bound to break attendance records when they make their...
Zap2It.comKimberly Williams-Paisley has given birth several times on screen, and this time it's happened in real life. The "According to Jim" actress and her husband, country music star Brad Paisely, welcomed a son in Nashville on Thursday (Feb. 22), reports...
Tags: Television, Entertainment
Chicago TribuneIf your stomach doesn't churn a bit after hearing the title of the children's movie "How to Eat Fried Worms," the picture itself may finish the job. Indeed, we watch the film's main character, 11-year-old Billy Forrester (Luke Benward), devour worm after...
Zap2It.com"According to Jim" actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley and "Brotherhood" actress Annabeth Gish are both expecting little bundles of joy. Williams-Paisley and husband, country star Brad Paisley, are expecting their baby in February, while Gish and hubby...
The Swampby Mark Silva The line between network news and the celebrity world in Washington - if there ever was such a line - is looking a little blurry here: The annual White House Correspondents Association dinner, a black-tie affair that......
Tribune staff reportersIt took a convincing message and a sizable dose of sincerity for a candidate to get John Stidwell out in the snow at 5 a.m. to plant campaign signs. But there he was before daylight on Election Day, outside Circle Urban Ministries on the West Side...
TIMES STAFF WRITERWednesday December 15, 1999 "Simpatico," a neo-noirish tale of deception and redemption, finds a sleek, rich Kentucky racehorse breeder (Jeff Bridges) in negotiations to sell a Triple Crown winner (which gives the film its title) when he's...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday November 22, 1996 How wonderful it would be to be able to dismiss Emilio Estevez's "The War at Home" as being a little late in the game, as it deals with the agony of a returning Vietnam vet. That it is set in 1972, however, simply drives...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday December 8, 1995 "Father of the Bride Part II" is as bright and shiny as a Christmas tree ornament and will likely be cause for holiday season cheer in many a family feeling overdosed on brutality and depravity on the screen. The...
Tags: Jane Adams, Diane Keaton, B.D. Wong, Homes, PG Rated Movies
SPECIAL TO THE TIMESFriday September 15, 1995 There's deadpan, and then there's "Coldblooded," a comedy from former "Simpsons" writer M. Wallace Wolodarsky starring Jason Priestley as an unwilling mob hit man who grows with discomfiting ease into the job. ...
Tags: Death, Michael J. Fox, Crimes, Janeane Garofalo, Dustin Hoffman
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