<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Entertainment Today]]> <![CDATA[Entering the Twenties: Boulder Weekly anniversary party photos]]> Boulder Weekly recently celebrated its 19th anniversary with a party at Boulder's Rembrandt House.]]> <![CDATA[Bob Casale, founding member of Devo, dies]]> New wave and art rock pioneers, Devo, posted a message to their Facebook wall today announcing the death of one of the band's founding members. ]]> <![CDATA[Dispute threatens filming of 'Hobbit' in New Zealand]]> <![CDATA[Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, 'Hunger Games' Clean Up at Teen Choice Awards]]> Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift and The Hunger Games struck gold at last night's Teen Choice Awards, hosted by Demi Lovato and Glee's Kevin McHale.]]> <![CDATA[Netflix nabs 'Mad Men' rerun rights]]> <![CDATA[Kevin Costner on His 'Fearless' Life, Family and Returning to the Spotlight]]> Call it the softening of Kevin Costner. When asked about his new History miniseries, Hatfields & McCoys, the actor steers the conversation to a discussion of the grueling 85-day shoot in Romania and how the protracted absence from home took its toll.]]> <![CDATA[Herbie Hancock is hitting 70 on a high note]]> When journalists ask Herbie Hancock which musicians he listens to, he thinks that they're expecting him to say Oscar Peterson and Chick Corea — that is, virtuoso jazz pianists like himself.]]> <![CDATA[Tom Hanks reunites with 'Bosom Buddies' cast at the 'TV Land Awards' show]]> Before the two best-actor Oscars, the hit movies and other distinguished projects that catapulted him into Hollywood's elite ranks, Tom Hanks was an un-pretty woman. In 1980, Hanks got one of his first breaks with "Bosom Buddies," an ABC show in which he and Peter Scolari played bachelor ad men who move into an all-female apartment house after their building is condemned. The actors donned wigs, bras, pantyhose and skirts as they hung out with their neighbors, including a blond bombshell (Donna Dixon) who was the object of Hanks' affections.]]> <![CDATA[Henry 'Fonzie' Winkler returns to TV in USA's 'Royal Pains']]> Fonzie's leather jacket may be in the Smithsonian, but the man who created him is still scaling the treadmill. In fact, Henry Winkler is beginning a new challenge to match the multitudes behind him.]]> <![CDATA[TLC's 'Breaking Amish' goes too far in exploiting religious group]]> Reality television is exploitative, make no mistake. But are the young Amish people just being taken advantage of?]]> <![CDATA[Interview: David France of 'How to Survive a Plague']]> For filmmaker David France, the AIDS epidemic of the 1980s needs a lot more films like his How to Survive a Plague.]]> <![CDATA['Breaking Bad' Returns to Record 2.9 Million Viewers]]> The fifth and final season of Breaking Bad kicked off to record numbers Sunday night on AMC. The drama pulled in 2.9 million viewers during its inaugural broadcast 10 p.m. ET, growing 14 percent over last summer's debut and making it the most-watched episode to date.]]> <![CDATA['Thor' and 'Captain America' will be 3-D films]]> <![CDATA[Pulitzer Prize winners and finalists announced]]> The Pulitzer Prize board has announced its winners and finalists for all categories, releasing the highly sought-after 2013 prizes in journalism and the arts.]]> <![CDATA[Teddy Pendergrass' widow and son at war over wills]]> <![CDATA[Foals and Cage the Elephant, uncaged]]> I'll be honest: I didn't expect much going in to see Cage the Elephant at the Ogden Theater on May 18. I was there for the opener, Foals. ]]> <![CDATA[Scorsese documentary on HBO is an unvarnished look at late Beatle]]> When Martin Scorsese and Olivia Harrison first sat down about five years ago to strategize about a documentary on the life of George Harrison, both quickly zeroed in on a letter the young Beatle wrote to his family at the height of Beatlemania.]]> <![CDATA[Mariah Carey joins 'American Idol']]> Paula Abdul, Jennifer Lopez and now … Mariah Carey. Fox just made it official: Carey is the latest successful pop diva to join American Idol. The 42-year-old will join the judges table for season 12.]]> <![CDATA[The Wilhelm Scream makes it into 'Iron Man 2']]> On Sunday, "Iron Man 2" director Jon Favreau tweeted, "The Wilhelm Scream is in." It was one small sentence for Tweetdom, but one loud message for sound geeks. The message means "Iron Man 2" will arrive in theaters on May 7 with one of the most storied sound effects in Hollywood: a single-second, high-pitched shriek from the 1950s known to sound supervisors as "The Wilhelm Scream."]]> <![CDATA[Sony pitches Brad Pitt in ‘Moneyball’ marketing campaign]]> In “Moneyball,” the sad-sack Oakland A’s defy conventional wisdom by setting records and making the playoffs despite one of the lowest payrolls in Major League Baseball.]]>