Daily Archives: September 2, 2009

A Fine Frenzy – “Bomb in a Birdcage”

Source: A Fine Frenzy – MySpace

**VIDEO ADDED: Live from the Artists Den: Watch A Fine Frenzy perform songs from “Bomb in a Birdcage”. Video embedded below.**

Listen to the upcoming new album by A Fine Frenzy titled “Bomb in a Birdcage” in its entirety on Amazon. Click here to join the party and listen to the full album. “Bomb in a Birdcage” will be released on September 8, 2009. This is the follow-up to their 2007 release “One Cell in the Sea”, which was an amazing album! A few tracks from “One Cell in the Sea” have appeared on several television shows such as “House”, “One Tree Hill” and “Grey’s Anatomy”.

For more information on A Fine Frenzy, and to download their new single “Blow Away” for free – visit their official website.

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Smallville’s Kreuk joins “Chuck”

Kristin Kreuk -- Image courtesy of dasgamer.com

Kristin Kreuk -- Image courtesy of dasgamer.com

Source: EW – Ausiello Files

Looks like “Chuck” will be getting another “super” cast mate. Entertainment Weekly reports that Kristin Kreuk (“Smallville”) will be joining the cast of “Chuck” for a multi-episode arc.

Here is an excerpt from the article:

Smallville vet Kristin Kreuk is joining Chuck for multiple episodes as Hannah, a girl Chuck meets on a flight to Paris. “Chuck and Hannah definitely have feelings for each other,” teases an insider.

Laid off from her glamorous publishing job, Hannah ends up working at the Buy More.

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“The Invention of Lying” Trailer and More!

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“The Invention of Lying” stars Jennifer Garner and Ricky Gervais in a comedy where no one has ever lied, until a writer (Gervais) seizes the opportunity for personal gain. Gervais co-wrote and directed the film. For more information on the movie, visit the official website. “The Invention of Lying” hits theaters on October 2, 2009. Full cast list can be found on IMDB.com. Garner and Gervais have worked together before. Gervais guest starred on an episode of “Alias” back in 2004 where he played a very convincing villain. Great episode!

Access Hollywood caught up with Garner and Gervais on the set of the movie and asked the stars “What’s The Worst Lie You Ever Told”? Click on the link below to watch the interview.

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Shaq vs. Albert Pujols

Shaquille ONeal and Albert Pujols - Image courtesy of SI.com

Shaquille O'Neal and Albert Pujols - Image courtesy of SI.com

In the third episode of “Shaq vs.”, Shaq challenges 2-Time National MVP Albert Pujols of the St. Louis Cardinals in a home-run derby. Who will win the battle of the MVP’s?

When this episode was filmed it was stated that Albert Pujols has had 350 career home runs. “Pujols is at the top of his game.” This is why Shaq wanted to challenge Pujols. Shaq was a little nervous for this episode and it begins with Shaq talking to his trainer Mike on a jet about this latest match. When the jet approaches St. Louis, Shaq looks out the window and sees the St. Louis Arch and says “that’s the biggest golden arches I’ve ever seen”. I really hope that was a joke because that’s just sad if Shaq thought the St. Louis Arch was a McDonald’s.

**SPOILERS AHEAD**
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Whitney Houston on “Good Morning America”

Whitney Houston performs on Good Morning America - September 2, 2009 -- Image courtesy of ABC/GMA

Whitney Houston performs on "Good Morning America" - September 2, 2009 -- Image courtesy of ABC/GMA

Whitney Houston performed on ABC’s “Good Morning America” to promote her new album “I Look to You”. Houston performed four songs as part of her “GMA” set. The set included the title track of her album “I Look to You”, “Million Dollar Bill”, and two classic Whitney songs: “Every Woman” and “My Love is Your Love” which is embedded on this post.

Whitney’s voice was a little hoarse and her voice cracked a few times in her performances. The Daily News reported that the singer apologized to the crowd and explained that she has been overusing her voice with all of the promotion of her new album. Read the full article here. Click on the link below to see Whitney’s performances on “Good Morning America”.

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