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Fie on the Office Wedding

Jim and Pam are the height of bland

(Newser) - After 5 years of the will-they-or-won't-they dance, Jim and Pam of The Office will tie the knot in the Oct. 8 episode, and the prenuptial PR blitz has sent one blogger around the bend. "We're already sick of these two insufferable lovebirds," enemy of drawn-out romance Brian Moylan... More »

CBS, Pepsi Embed Video Ads in Magazines

(Newser) - CBS and Pepsi have teamed up for an experiment in advertising that seems out of the Harry Potter films: talking video advertisements in the pages of Entertainment Weekly. Selected magazine subscribers in New York and LA  will receive copies embedded with wafer-thin screens the width of a mobile phone display,... More »

Angels & Demons Blessed With $48M Win

(Newser) - Angels & Demons ascended to the box office heavens this weekend with a $48 million debut, Entertainment Weekly reports. That’s well behind The Da Vince Code’s $77.1 million opening in 2006, due in part to Star Trek’s strong second-weekend haul of $43 million. Wolverine came in... More »

Box Office Obsessed With Beyoncé

(Newser) - Beyoncé Knowles’ Obsessed clobbered rivals in this weekend’s box office prizefight, banking $28.5 million, Entertainment Weekly reports. 17 Again stayed pretty with $11.7 million, while Fighting ($11.4 million) demolished The Soloist ($9.7 million) in the battle for third. Disney’s Earth orbited into fifth with... More »

Late-Night Stars Go Undercover

Stewart and Colbert recreate the controversial cartoon for EW cover

(Newser) - Taking their spoofing of TV into print, Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart grace the cover of this week’s Entertainment Weekly in imitation of the Obamas-as-terrorists New Yorker cover that set media of all kinds afire in July. The stunt surely threatens to obscure the question-and-answer session it’s intended... More »

Potter Flick Pushed to Summer

(Newser) - Harry Potter won't be working movie magic in November. In a surprise move, Warner Bros. has pushed back the release of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince to July of 2009, MTV reports. The studio says the move isn't because of any problems with the film. It simply needs a... More »

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