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This week, Sandra Bullock "wears the pants" as the boss while Betty White brings her charm in "The Proposal," Jack Black and Michael Cera go primitive in "Year One" and Larry David brings back his quirky sense of humor in "Whatever Works".
  • MOVIES

    In "The Proposal," Sandra Bullock plays Ryan Reynolds' boss. When she learns she's about to be deported because she's Canadian, she forces him to marry her. The fun really kicks in when Reynolds takes Bullock to meet her family in Alaska and she meets Granny (Betty White). "The Proposal" is out on theaters Friday, June, 19.


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    Funny men Jack Black and Michael Cera team up in "Year One" as lazy hunter-gatherers who are banished from their primitive village and set off on a journey in the ancient world. "Year One" is out in theaters Friday, June, 19.

    Larry David brings back his quirky charm in "Whatever Works". David plays an eccentric New Yorker who abandons his upper-class lifestyle to live a more simple, bohemian one. While making this life-changing transition, he meets a southern girl and her family, but they don't get along and entanglements ensue.

  • TV

    Season six of WE TV's original series "Bridezillas" continues this week with an all-new episode featuring Valerie Nieto and new Bridezilla, Christina Ibendahl on Sunday, June 14 at 9 p.m. ET. Nieto discovers that her wedding venue is in the middle of a raging Southern California wildfire. Ibendahl has planned an outdoor wedding in the middle of December and also has a weight minimum of 200 lbs. for her bridesmaids.

    "Man Caves" host/licensed contractor Jason Cameron and host Tony Siragusa update a 1970s-style basement with the full "Man Caves" treatment to create an old-school sports bar, complete with custom neon lighting and a gaming area. The premiere of DIY Network's "Man Caves: The Irish Pub" on Tuesday, airs June 16 at 9p/8c.

  • MUSIC

    Where else can you sidle up to Reba McEntire for a bit of small talk, an autograph, maybe even a quick snapshot? Getting up close and personal with your favorite stars is a big draw of the Country Music Association's annual three-day festival.

    Memphis-based American power pop band, Big Star, inspired by the British Invasion era, The Who and Bad Finger, release "#1 Record".

    Mariachi Divas, founded and directed by trumpet player Cindy Shea in 1999, is an all-female Mariachi ensemble. Popular in Los Angeles, they release their latest album, "10 Aniversario" on Tuesday, June 16.

    Hank Williams, Jr. proves that he is finding his own niche in Southern rock away from his famous father's footsteps. He releases "127 Rose Avenue" on Tuesday, June 16.

  • DVD

    "Scott Walker: 30 Century Man" highlights one of the most influential figures in rock history. The film explores Walker's music and career, from his early days as a bass player on the Sunset Strip, to mega-stardom in Britain's swinging 60s pop scene as lead singer of The Walker Brothers, to his evolution into one of the most impressive soundmakers of the last few decades.

    Following his remake of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre," director Marcus Nispel tackles the 1980s slasher favorite to bring unstoppable killing machine Jason Voorhees to a new generation in "Friday the 13th".

  • BOOKS

    Robert Cox risked his life chronicling the fierce first years of Argentina's "Dirty War," the 1976-83 dictatorship that left thousands missing. Yet even decades later, he still couldn't bear to write his own story of confronting a deadly junta. Now his son has told the story of how an editor at a small English-language daily in South America writes courageously about kidnappings and killings at a time most colleagues were silent: "Dirty Secrets, Dirty War - The Exile of Editor Robert J. Cox."

    Vampires typically roam the fogged streets of London or the humid nights of New Orleans, opulent worlds filled with beautiful monsters and formal balls. Trailer parks and honky-tonks didn't fit. That is until author Charlaine Harris, "Dead and Gone", took a chance with a telepathic barmaid named Sookie Stackhouse.

  • THEATER

    "Stunning" is set in the Syrian-Jewish community in Midwood, Brooklyn. David Adjmi's new play tells the story of a teenager, newly married to a much older man, whose life is suddenly disrupted. Opens Thursday, June 18 at Duke on 42nd Street, 229 West 42nd Street.


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    In "The Tin Pan Alley Rag," Mark Saltzman's new musical about an imagined meeting between Scott Joplin and Irving Berlin includes classic songs by both composers. Previews start on Friday, June 19 and the play officially opens on Tuesday, July 14 at the Laura Pels Theatre, 111 West 46th Street.
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