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Jeremy Renner and Jimmy Kimmel Suspect Tom Cruise May Be a Superhero (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Dec 9th 2011 6:00AM
Jeremy Renner, 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'Just listening to Jeremy Renner talk about all the things Tom Cruise wanted to do with him in one day is exhausting. On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' (Weeknights, 12AM ET on ABC), he talked about going shark diving, and indoor skiing with him within a four hour span.

Afterwards, Renner said Cruise suggested, "You wanna go go-cart racing." When that was rejected, he said, "Let's go surf in the sand dunes," but Renner was thinking maybe do some of these things tomorrow.

"He's not scared of things that the human brain is supposed to be scared of," Jimmy Kimmel said. "He thinks they're fun." He then suggested that maybe Cruise puts on a superhero costume at night and fights crime. What else to do with that boundless energy?

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Oscar Nominee Jeremy Renner Sings on 'The View' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Feb 9th 2010 4:00PM
Oscar nominee Jeremy Renner may have been fantastic in 'The Hurt Locker,' but he probably won't be winning any awards for this performance from 'The View' (weekdays, syndicated).

Renner was convinced by 'The View' panel to play piano and sing an original song entitled 'My World.' Despite a few off-key notes, he turned in a decent performance, all the while expressing his displeasure at being put on the spot.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Jeremy Renner Reveals Date to the Oscars (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Feb 3rd 2010 4:00PM
Aww! Given his harrowing performance in 'The Hurt Locker,' we wouldn't have pegged Best Actor nominee Jeremy Renner as a mama's boy, but he appears to be just that. On 'The Early Show' (weekdays, 7AM ET on CBS), Renner revealed that he'll be taking his mother to the 82nd Annual Academy Awards as his date.

Renner said that, when he broke the news to his mom, she immediately swore off breakfast waffles and pledged to start hitting the gym.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Jeremy Renner's Live Reaction to Oscar Nomination on 'Today' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Feb 2nd 2010 4:00PM
While awaiting an interview segment with 'Hurt Locker' co-star Anthony Mackie on 'Today' (weekdays, 7AM ET on NBC), Jeremy Renner witnesses the live Oscar nomination announcements and embraces his co-star after learning of his Best Actor nod.

"The embrace lasted about seven minutes," Matt Lauer said.

"We might have made out. We might not have," an overjoyed Renner joked.

Watch the video after the jump.

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What's Hot on Inside Movies: Sandra Bullock Tops Moneymaker List, More 'Hurt Locker' Accolades

by Jenny Hollowell, posted Jan 4th 2010 5:00PM
Welcome to the new decade!

Resolution One: check out what's happening over at Moviefone's Inside Movies.

Sandra Bullock was the biggest box office draw in 2009, with 'The Proposal' and 'The Blind Side' hauling in over $500 million (and counting) combined. Check out the rest of the Top 10 box office draws.

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The Unusuals: Pilot (series premiere)

by Mike Moody, posted Apr 9th 2009 11:38AM
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(S01E01) ABC's quirky new crime procedural is not the brilliant blend of drama and absurd comedy the network might want it to be, but it does have a few good things going for it. First, there's the great cast. It's hard to pick a favorite among these talented TV vets, but series star Amber Tamblyn is genuine and beleiveable as Casey Shraeger, a detective working to weed out corruption in a kooky NYPD homicide unit, one of her first grown-up roles. Jeremy Renner, adding some Nathan Fillion-esque goofiness to his all-around good guy persona, is a good fit for Detective Jason Walsh, Tamblyn's possibly duplicitous partner.

I'm convinced that Lost's Harold Perrineau can do almost anything, even turn a one-note character like Detective Leo Banks, who's obsessed with the idea that he'll die at the age of 42, into something special. Perrineau didn't exactly get the best material here, but he and partner Adam Goldberg, playing a nervous depressive who is actually dying, managed to elevate their short scenes together.

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On the Set: 'The Unusuals'

by Andrew Scott, posted Apr 8th 2009 6:00AM
The Unusuals Amber TamblynABC is about to reveal one of its biggest secret weapons -- the premiere of the new cop drama series 'The Unusuals,' airing tonight at 10PM.

The show stars Amber Tamblyn as Casey Shraeger, a young detective who enters the NYPD Homicide unit with her fair share of mystery. There, she's joined by fellow TV vets like Adam Goldberg, 'Oz''s Terry Kinney, 'Lost''s Harold Perrineau and others -- all of whom carry their own intriguing back stories.

AOL TV recently visited the set of 'The Unusuals' to dig up dirt on the show. So what unusual things did we discover? Read through our gallery to find out what to expect from the show, why Perrineau's character is so paranoid and uncover Amber Tamblyn's true identity (or maybe not).


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Why I'm looking forward to The Unusuals - VIDEO

by Jackie Schnoop, posted Mar 20th 2009 9:29AM
Adam Goldberg stars in The UnusualsWith the exception of promo clips and my own personal high expectations, I haven't seen a ton of material about the new show The Unusuals. It will make its debut on April 8, 10 PM ET/PT. In this day of so many shows canceled way too early before they can get a steady audience, I'm hoping this one makes it.

Why, might you ask? After all, most of my posts are about the reality television genre. But I'm a cop show buff at heart. I expect a lot out of my cop shows. Some I watch just because -- you know, the Law and Order franchise kind of dealings. Some I watch for the amazing storytelling. The Wire comes to mind as not just a cop show, but stellar storytelling. I don't expect either the straight crime drama, nor the intensity of The Wire.

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Five reasons to look forward to The Unusuals

by Jane Boursaw, posted Sep 9th 2008 1:24PM
The Unusuals adds crewThe Unusuals looks like one of those funny little shows that could either be a complete bust or a major mid-season breakout -- especially given the cast and crew. The ABC ensemble dramedy stars:

1. Amber Tamblyn. I've loved her since she played Emily on General Hospital, and she has that something-different quality that will surely rocket her to super-stardom ... in an indie-film sort of way. She broke into the mainstream consciousness with Joan of Arcadia, the talk-to-God series that ran from 2003 to 2005. I was so disappointed when Tamblyn's I-see-dead-people series Babylon Fields wasn't picked up last year, but The Unusuals sounds even better.

2. Harold Perrineau. We know him as Michael on Lost, and the actor was disappointed that his character wouldn't have a happy ending with son Walt. But he's on to bigger and better things with his role in The Unusuals. It was also announced today that he's joining the cast of (and exec producing) the feature film The Killing Jar, an indie thriller also starring Michael Madsen and Danny Trejo. It was time for Perrineau to leave the island.

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