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Monday, June 6, 2011


156 top golfers in the world will be at the Congressional Country Club over 4 days to see who will capture the 2nd major of the year. In last year’s tournament, Irishman, Graeme McDowell, captured his first major championship with an even par 284, while Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods finished tied for 4th after a shaky start.

Will The Masters winner, Charl Schwartzel, be in contention? Or will Rory McIIroy, who led for 3 days at The Masters, finally prevail over 4 rounds in a major?.


King of Pop' Michael Jackson gave unprecedented and exclusive access to his very private life for this groundbreaking documentary. The landmark film offers viewers a fascinating personal insight into a very special talent and performer who was the world's biggest star. Acclaimed interviewer Martin Bashir spent eight months with the music legend, and in a series of interviews shot in America and Europe, talks candidly to the reclusive star about all aspects of his life.

The special film also features a unique look behind the scenes at 'Neverland', Jackson's previous home and extraordinary fairytale ranch in California, which was equipped with its own fairground and zoo.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

It's Time to MTV Movie Awards, "Who will be the winner??"

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It's Time to MTV Movie Awards, "Who will be the winner??" on Television Today --- It's Time to MTV Movie Awards, "Who will be the winner??". Is it you favorite movies comes to up stairs?? . MTV Movie awards will be broadcast tonight live from the Gibson Amphitheater in Universal City at 6 p.m. On a stage that looks like an enchanted garden topped with a crystal collage, stars of some of last year's biggest blockbusters and this summer's most anticipated movies will gather for the MTV Movie Awards.

Jason Sudeikis from Saturday Night Live serves as this year's host, and the show will feature a performance by the Foo Fighters, who were photographed Saturday at the Gibson during rehearsals. The show will also feature presenters Ashton Kutcher, Aziz Ansari, Blake Lively, Chelsea Handler, Cameron Diaz, Emma Watson, Kenny McBride, Jason Siegel, Cameron Diaz, Jim Carrey, Steve Carrell and many more

The show promises sneak peeks at the latest "Twilight" installment, "Breaking Dawn"; the final Harry Potter film, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2"; and the action-packed "Super 8" presented by the films' stars.

Friday, June 3, 2011

Legendary Actor James Arness Die on Friday, June 3 rd 2011 at Los Angeles

Legendary Actor James Arness Die on Friday, June 3 rd 2011 at Los Angeles on Television Today --- Legendary Cowboy known as James Arness has die on Friday, June 3rd 2011 at Los Angeles. He is die at 88 years old. He was already become actor for some movies, some of actors had already work with him such as Alec Baldwin, John Wayne, Harrirson Ford, Burt Reynolds, Dennis Weaver and Charles Bronson.

From 1955-1975, from the Eisenhower White House to the disco era, Arness patrolled Dodge City as U.S. Marshall Matt Dillon on Gunsmoke. In the history of TV, only The Simpsons has enjoyed a longer prime-time run for a scripted series. Even after all these years, no prime-time drama (or comedy) has ever produced more episodes: a mammoth 635.

The native Minnesotan and World War II vet, the older brother of Mission: Impossible and Airplane! star Peter Graves, who passed away last year, left a letter for his fans to be posted on his Website upon his death. "I had a wonderful life and was blessed with some many loving people and great friends," he wrote. "The best part of my life was my family, especially my wife Janet."

Still, while it may be that Arness was born to play Dillon, you do not keep a character alive and interesting across five decades without some application of real art; it takes substance to keep goodness from becoming blandness, from growing tiresome with time. Could any other actor have carried that weight as long, with as much grace and as little groaning? Maybe. But this one did.

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