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This week on the BIG show, we'll sit down with critics Daryle Lockhart (The Black Box Office) and Travis Hopson (Punch Drunk Critics) to discuss the success of comic book film adaptations from Marvel and DC Comics. They look at the potential success of The Avengers and discuss which comic book would be DC Comics' best bet for big-screen gold. Plus, we'll have entertainment news and reviews of the summer's first blockbuster, Marvel's The Avengers with our superteam of critcs all on the latest episode of Keeping It Reel with FilmGordon.
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The Beard and Stache chat about the hottest sports news, giving you funny, thoughtful, and clever commentary.
Debates abound, and clever shots back and forth guarenteed! Feel free to call in and get ready for a fun and casual debate!
Has LeBron James runined his legacy? Is he not the player everyone thought he was? Are critcs being to hard on him? All those questions answered and more, tonight at 4 EST!
Rena Strober is known coast to coast from her Broadway and TV performances, to her 1-woman show to concerts onstage at Lincoln Center, Town Hall and numerous venues. She is currently starring In "White's lies"on Broadway. Where is hilariously shines in numerous roles, with an all star whose who of Broadway, including Betty Buckley, Tuc (yummy) Watkins, Peter Scolari, Cristy Carlson Romano, Andrea Grano and Jimmy Ray Bennett (I highly recommend this play) Rena Never dissapoints Seen on Broadway as Cosette in Les Miserables. Other New Yorkers know her from her sold-out 1-woman show Spaghetti & Matzo Balls! Off-Broadway she was seen in My Life with Albertine at Playwrights Horizons, Theda Bara and the Frontier Rabbi, playing the title role at the York Theatre along with I Can Get It For You Wholesale. Rena recently completed a year on the National tour of Fiddler on the Roof as Tzeitel playing opposite Topol, Harvey Fierstein & Theo Bikel. Rena originated the role of Tonya in the pre-Broadway production of Zhivago (Directed by Des McNuff) for which she was awarded the Outer Critcs Award of San Diego for her performance. Regionally she has appeared as Belle in Beauty & The Beast, Billy Smith in the Goodspeed Opera House production of Babes in Arms, Shelley in Bat Boy, Jenny Lind in Barnum (with Peter Scolari), Hodel in Fiddler on the Roof, Eliza in My Fair Lady and Louise in Gypsy. Rena was also a member of the original L.A cast of Reefer Madness and can be heard of the cast album. Her TV credits include Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Kings for NBC and Jacob’s Gift for PAX TV. Rena has sung onstage at Lincoln Center, Town Hall, Westbury Music Faire and weekly at the Friars Club in New York. She has also sung at home plate at Shea Stadium and for the famous Friar Roasts for Donald Trump, Don King and Pat Cooper. For more information visit Aand to purchase her must have CD go to www.renastrober.com to see her perform http://www.whitesliesonstage.com/
Join us after the show to discuss the latest episode. WIN PRIZES. Episode Plot Summary: Locke's hostage may be the key to getting off the island, so Sayid and Kate go in search of their fellow castaway in an attempt to negotiate a peaceful deal
Join This Is Some Scene as we review episode 2, discuss theories, take listener's calls and give away FREE PRIZES courtesy of SlackerPlanet.net.
Episode 2 Synopsis: "The survivors begin to question the intentions of their supposed rescuers when four strangers arrive on the island."
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