Weekend Box Office

“Hardball” wins box office pennant again while “Glitter” has no shine. None whatsoever!


Record Numbers For Disaster Coverage

Bush speech, Telethon both draw record numbers.


Macca Sets Benefit

Paul McCartney plans a benefit for New York firefighters.


Julia Gives Big Bucks

Julia Roberts gives $2 million to attack victims.


How Are THEY Doing?

Artists talk about performing in a time of tragedy.


Twas A Helluva Show

The world’s brightest stars pay tribute to attack victims.


A Partial List Of Friday’s Telethon Stars

AMERICA- A TRIBUTE TO HEROES- 9 pm to 11 pm, Friday, September 21, 2001.

For tonight’s Star Studded telethon the stars themselves are being asked to dress down and leave the Bob Mackie gowns at home. But you can wear whatever you’d like as you watch!†

Celine Dion, Enrique Iglesias, Limp Bizkit, Sting and U2 signed on Thursday, along with Mariah Carey, Wyclef Jean, Jane Kaczmarek, Willie Nelson and Jimmy Smits.

They joined previously announced Bon Jovi, Amy Brenneman, Jim Carrey, George Clooney, Sheryl Crow, Tom Cruise, Cameron Diaz, The Dixie Chicks, Robert De Niro, Clint Eastwood, Calista Flockhart, Dennis Franz, Kelsey Grammer, Tom Hanks, Faith Hill, Billy Joel, Alicia Keys, Conan O’Brien, Tom Petty, Ray Romano, Julia Roberts, Paul Simon, Will Smith, Bruce Springsteen, Sela Ward, Robin Williams, Stevie Wonder and Neil Young.

Enjoy the show, and if it moves you, make a pledge.


Carey Is Hilarious! Unfortunately It’s Mariah Carey.

I hate to kick a girl when she is down, but after having to sit through the dreck that is Mariah Carey’s film debut in “Glitter”, I have no choice! She always said that being a movie star was her dream, well she is living her dream and she will critically pay the price for it. To use a soon- to- be- tired cliche regarding this film, “All that ‘Glitters’ is not gold.” And you can quote me on that!


Hollywood In The Line Of Fire?

The Hollywood Studios are on high alert following a warning by the FBI.


Go To The Movies!


The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THEATRE OWNERS has named next Tuesday, September 25, 2001, VICTIM’S BENEFIT DAY AT THE MOVIES, and plans to donate 100% of all ticket and concession stands to recent funds set up by the AMERICAN RED CROSS & the UNITED WAY. A complete list of the many theaters (over 200,000 screens) participating in the September 25th event is available at the NATO website.