CBS, Pepsi and Entertainment Weekly Are About The Change Print Media
Aug19

CBS, Pepsi and Entertainment Weekly Are About The Change Print Media

If you subscribe to Entertainment Weekly and live in New York or Los Angeles get ready for a fancy surprise in your September 18th issue. Video. The issue will be feature a 2 page spread that includes a “iPod quality” paper-thin interactive video player. The video will have 40 minutes of promotional content for CBS’ new schedule and a spot for Pepsi Max. The cast of the Big Bang Theory introduces the video, which...

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Culinary Cinema
Aug03

Culinary Cinema

Meryl Streep, who plays Julia Child on the big screen this summer, picked her Favorite Food Movies for the new issue of EW. “Tom Jones” (1963) “Babette’s Feast” (1987) “Like Water For Chocolate” (1993) “Big Night” (1996) “Vatel” (2000) Good list but where’s “Eat Drink Man Woman?” Not to mention “Harold and Kumar Go To White...

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Ryan Reynolds’ Must List
Jun18

Ryan Reynolds’ Must List

A few “musts” from the actor who is topless on this week’s cover of EW. RYAN’S ULTIMATE MUST LIST Reynolds presents his picks for favorite movie, TV show, band, and book – plus a great new idea for a musical. Must Movie: Being There Must TV Show: Intervention Must Band: The Be Good Tanyas Must Book: The Tale of the Unknown Island, by Jose Saramago Must Videogame: N/A “I don’t really play videogames,” he says. “Is...

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Free-wheeling and Foxy
Jun14

Free-wheeling and Foxy

Another cover for gorgeous Megan Fox, and why not if you want to sell magazines, not easy to do these days. After last month’s double dose in GQ and Elle, Fox steams up this week’s Entertainment Weekly, along with robot Optimus Prime, to promote the new Transformers movie (due June 24). You can gaze at the photos and the online cover shoot all you want but Megan’s candid Q&A (“I have a mouth and I’m...

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EW Honors Natasha Richardson
Mar19

EW Honors Natasha Richardson

In a feat of super-fast printing, tomorrow’s Entertainment Weekly will honor the life and work of Natasha Richardson, who died yesterday following injuries sustained while skiing in Canada. Broadway theaters will be dimming their lights this evening to pay tribute as...

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