Who’s Wearing What: l Erika Christensen, who will star in the upcoming The Upside of Anger with Kevin Costner, will wear a Monique Lhuillier outfit to the Collateral premiere tonight. She’ll wear a navy satin halter top with lace trim and classic cream tuxedo pants. To top off her look, she’ll carry a navy clutch and intricate crystal bracelet from Daniel Swarovski Paris and a pair of navy crystal drop earrings from Swarovski.
Laurent D. and Prive arts did all of the hair at the Juicy Couture swimsuit launch this weekend, which featured top celebs including Kate Beckinsale, Robin Tunney, David Schwimmer, Lara Flynn Boyle, Cheri Oteri, Fergie of the Black Eyed Peas, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Maria Menunous (who brought her parents as her “dates”), Selma Blair, Molly Sims, Tony Kanal, Kimberly Stewart, Constance Marie, Samaire Armstrong, Emile Hirsch and Ali Landry and Constance Marie.
The Music to Play L.A.: The Music will be playing in Los Angeles on Monday, August 16, 2004 at The Troubadour on their return from Japan where they will be playing at The Summer Sonic festival. The Music's second
After she wraps shooting in
Shelby Lynne has started work in a
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Entourge Marathon: You can catch up on HBO's new comedy series "Entourage" this
The fourth episode of "Entourage" debuts next
Harrowing tale of adolescence and rebellion, which tells the story of the teenage daughter of a single mother who gets mixed up with the wrong crowd in an attempt to become popular.
Also note, CINEMAX presents the exclusive "See It Saturday" debut of the unrated version of "American Wedding" this
From the Earth to the Moon on TNT: TNT airs HBO Miniseries "From the Earth to the Moon" in October
Episodes 1 & 2: Friday, Oct. 1 (ET/PT)
Episodes 3-7: Saturday, Oct. (ET/PT)
Episodes 8-12: Saturday, Oct. (ET/PT)
Turner Network Television (TNT) is shooting for the stars this October, when the network presents the commercial television debut of one of the most honored miniseries of all time: the HBO original production FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON, it was announced by Ken Schwab, senior vice president of programming for TNT and TBS. This production from executive producer Tom Hanks tracks the history of the Apollo program, which resulted in the first human setting foot on the moon. The groundbreaking miniseries, produced by Brian Grazer, Ron Howard and Michael Bostik, with Graham Yost and John Melfi co-producing, will kick off Friday, Oct. 1, at (ET/PT) and climax with an all-day marathon of all 12 episodes Sunday, Oct. 3.
"FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON set a new standard for television miniseries, thanks to its unprecedented quality of production, writing, directing and cast," said Schwab. "It set the stage for how many miniseries are being produced today, including TNT's own upcoming Into the West, executive produced by Steven Spielberg, set to premiere next year. We are proud to be able to present this landmark production."
Originally telecast on HBO in 1998, FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON was produced with the complete participation of NASA, including the use of NASA equipment, launch locations and spacecraft. The miniseries was nominated for 17 Emmys, winning the top prize for Outstanding Minseries. It also won the Golden Globe and Golden Satellite Awards for Best Miniseries, as well as awards from the Broadcast Film Critics Association and the Television Critics Association.
<>The following is a complete rundown of all 12 episodes of FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON:
Part 1-Can We Do This?: The Mercury and Gemini programs pave the way for the Apollo program. David Andrews, Tim Daly, Dan Lauria, Ted Levine, Stephen Root and Lane Smith star, with Tom Hanks directing.>
Part 2-Apollo 1: A tragic fire and subsequent finger-pointing nearly lead to an early end for the Apollo program. Kevin Pollak and James Rebhorn star, with David Frankel directing.
Part 3-We Have Cleared the Tower: The intense preparation for Apollo 7 gets underway. Mark Harmon stars, with Lili Fini Zanuck directing.
Part 4-1968: The story of Apollo 8 is put into the historical context of the uneasy events of the era. Rita Wilson stars, with David Frankel directing.
Part 5-Spider: The story of the LEMs for Apollos 9 and 10 is told from the perspective of the engineers, designers, builders and testers. Matt Craven stars, with Graham Yost directing.
Part 6-Mare Tranquilitatis: The deeper considerations of the historic Apollo 11 moon landing are explored. Frank Marshall directs.
Part 7-That's All There Is: As Apollo 12 gets off the ground, the camaraderie of the team makes it one of the most successful missions. Dave Foley, Paul McCrane and Lane Smith star, with Jon Turteltaub directing.
Part 8-We Interrupt This Program: The seemingly indifferent media is galvanized when a disaster occurs aboard Apollo 13. Jay Mohr stars, with David Frankel directing.
Part 9-For Miles and Miles: Alan Shepherd returns to the manned program after being grounded for years. Gary Fleder directs.
Part 10-Galileo Was Right: The Apollo 15 astronauts are put through the grinder as they train in lunar field geology. David Carson directs.
Part 11-The Original Wives Club: The story of the New Nine is told from the perspective of their wives. Elizabeth Perkins stars, with Sally Field directing.
Part 12-Le Voyage Dans La Lune: Georges Melies' cinematic vision of making a movie about a trip to the moon in 1902 is juxtaposed with the story of Apollo 17 and the end of the Apollo program. Jonathan Mostow directs.
Da Ali G in August: "Da Ali G Show" in August (if you haven't seen this show yet, you really have to check it out).
Edition #9: "Peace"
Debut date: SUNDAY, AUG. 1 ()
Other HBO playdates: Aug. 4 (), 5 () and 6 (
HBO2 playdates: Aug. 2 () and 3 ()
agents, Ali G pitches the following would-be bestsellers: "A Kiss on
the Lips," a vibrating book designed to stimulate the mind and more; "The
Lord of the Rings," an adaptation of the hit films; an Ali G "autobiography"
Of President Bush; and more. Bruno chats with fashion guru Leon Hall
About which celebrities should be kept "in the ghetto" or sent on a "train to
McLaughlin rate the attire of such
Zellweger, Peter Jackson and Paris Hilton. Ali G interviews
President (and former swimming star) John Nabor about the upcoming games in
Events like Tallest Man or Longest Moustache. Borat travels to
line dance to willing square dancers, gets songwriting inspiration from
country-music legend Porter Wagoner, and tests out a liberating new
tune at a local lounge.
Edition #10: "Realize"
Debut date: SUNDAY, AUG. 8 ()
Other HBO playdates: Aug. 11 (), 12 () and 13
HBO2 playdates: Aug. 9 () and 10 ()
Ali G ponders issues of security - from airports to dogs to trains
to green cards - with James Ziglar, former commissioner of the
Immigration and Naturalization Service. On the road to sample some of
favorite hobbies, Borat wrestles with a self-defense expert, makes
music with a yoga teacher, and sniffs up members of a new-age dance class.
Ali G chats with former EPA administrator Christie Whitman about solar energy
And dirty water, then pays a visit to some earth-minded protestors perched
In the redwoods. In
Nerve Lounge owner James Butler, and plays bouncer at a
Finally, Ali G moderates a expert panel discussion on animal rights,
focusing on kitchen experiments, fur coats, P. Diddy, horse sex and
Edition #11: "Jah"
Debut date: SUNDAY, AUG. 15 ()
Other HBO playdates: Aug. 18 (), 19 () and 20
HBO2 playdates: Aug. 16 () and 17 ()
Ali G muses about Moses and the U.S. Constitution with
historian/author/"hair stylist" Gore Vidal, then visits
a realtor, asking essential buyer's questions about integration, burial
sites, padded cells and bathroom soundproofing. Ali G explores safe-sex
issues via a genitalia model with sex educator Sally Epstein. Bruno falls hard
for a barn dancer in
ultimately unrequited. Ali G conducts a panel on medical ethics with several
renowned experts, pressing his guests on issues of cloning (why not clone Carmen
Electra?), euthanasia (vs. "youth in
Edition #12: "Realness"
Debut date: SUNDAY, AUG. 22 ()
Other HBO playdates: Aug. 25 (), 26 () and 27
HBO2 playdates: Aug. 23 () and 24 ()
Ali G gets relationship advice from John Gray, author of "Men Are
from Mars, Women Are from Venus." Excited to discuss reproductive
rights with a lesbian couple, Ali G then attends a pro-choice march in
job-hunting, learning about American work ethics from various employment agencies.
Ali G talks money with former presidential economics advisor Charles
Schultze, who gives stock market advice ("Don't be high when you're buying and
selling"). Bruno gets wrestling lessons from a college team on spring break in
Pundit Andy Rooney.
DA ALI G SHOW is created by Sacha Baron Cohen; performed by Sacha
Baron Cohen; executive producers, Sacha Baron Cohen, Dan Mazer and
Peter Fincham; writers, Sacha Baron Cohen, Ant Hines, Dan Mazer, James Bobin,
Jamie Glassman, Jeff Stilson, Richard Dahm and Seth Rogen & Evan
Goldberg; series director, James Bobin; supervising producer, Jeff Stilson;
producer, Erin O'Malley.
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Extreme Pie: This month, the $7.99 pie at Marie Callendar’s is the Extreme Lemon Pie (featuring double the lemon filling, with an extra layer of vanilla cream, topped with meringue).
Carla Bruni at Barnes : Music and book retail chain Barnes and Noble chose European pop sensation Carla Bruni's release Quelqu'un m'a dit (Somebody Told Me) for their "Recommends" campaign. Barnes and Noble will become the sole retailer of Bruni's French language album as they help to introduce her to the American public.
She’s stuck a major cord in
Ten of the 12 tracks on this acoustically driven album were composed or co-written by Bruni, a lyricist and guitarist.
Travel Channel Shows The Super Hero NYC: Since the 1930’s, when comic Super Heroes™ first made a big splash in the pages of American pop culture, New York City has been the home of comics and their creators. MARVEL SUPER HEROES’™ GUIDE TO NEW YORK CITY follows the thrilling exploits of Spider-Man, Captain America, The Fantastic Four and their other comic book cohorts as they continually rescue The Big Apple from destruction while revealing the real-life New York landmarks that inspired their stories.
Viewers will hear from Stan Lee, co-creator of Spider-Man, Roy Thomas, Former Editor-in-Chief of Marvel Comics, a father-son illustrating team and other comic book authors, screenwriters and illustrators about the magnificent Super Hero™ environment that has glossed the pages of comic books since their creation.
And later, the artists will discuss how the tragedies of September 11 forever changed