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Entertainment Weekly Magazine 02-18-11.

Publisher: 2011.
Edition/Format:   Journal, magazine : Periodical : English : #1142View all editions and formats
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Material Type: Periodical
Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper
ISSN:1049-0434
OCLC Number: 778943042
Notes: www.ew.com.
Description: 80 pp ill. (mostly col.) ; 28 cm.
Contents: Departments : Feedback, What's hot on ew.com, EW looks back, The must list, First look --
The new Superman, Henry Cavill, takes on Immortals, Justin Timberlake visits The Cleveland Show, News + notes --
MTV courts drama with a slate of new shows, Critics pan Broadway's Spider-Man, Wes Craven on new Scream 4 scenes, Hit list, Screen style, Monitor, The bullseye ; Reviews : Movies --
Justin Bieber pops with energy in the concert doc Never Say Never, the battle over The Room, Cedar Rapids, Gnomeo & Juliet, TV --
Tough guy drama Justified returns with guns blazing, CSI, Russell vs. Boston Rob in a Survivor rematch, Music --
Adele's timeless new album, In the studio with Joe Jonas, Wiz Khalifa, Books --
Mark Richard's memoir is a must read, Jonathan Evison, Joyce Carol Oates ; Cover Story : Parks and Recreation --
Beloved by fans but left off NBC's 2010 fall schedule, Parks and Recreation finally returned, reaching new levels of both intelligence and insanity. The star showed off their survival skills during our shoot with photographer Art Streiber on Feb. 2, 2011, in L.A. Season 2 cast addition Rob Lowe dreamed up his homage to James Franco in 127 Hours all on his own, perfectly reflecting the comedy's slightly twisted sensibility ; Features : Charlie Sheen --
The actor stars on TV's most popular comedy. He's also an addict who needs help. Inside the struggle to keep Sheen alive and working, Tom Shadyac --
He directed Bruce Almighty, The Nutty Professor, and Ace Venture. Then everything changes. What ever happened to Tom Shadyac?
Other Titles: Entertainment weekly.
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