Show Schedule

August 12 - August 15, 2013

  1. Monday, August 12:

    • Val Kilmer

      Val Kilmer is amazing as Mark Twain in "Citizen Twain." Now if we can only convince Michael Keaton to play Ambrose Bierce, our Batman-to-19th-Century-Novelist wishlist will be complete.

    • Amber Heard

      Amber Heard has starred in movies with Justin Timberlake, Johnny Depp and now Liam Hemsworth in "Paranoia." Some gals get all the luck!

    • Paramore

      Paramore's new self-titled album is out now. We're pitching them on the perfect dessert tie-in. Behold the marshmallowy goodness of the ParaS'more.

  2. Tuesday, August 13:

    • Liam Hemsworth

      Liam Hemsworth moves from District 12 to high-tech corporate espionage in "Paranoia." It's the one place that might be more bloodthirsty that the Hunger Games.

    • Chloë Grace Moretz

      Chloë Grace Moretz returns as Hit Girl in "Kick-Ass 2."It turns out that there are more asses that need to be kicked, so presto! Sequel time.

    • J. Cole

      Rapper J. Cole' new album is Born Sinner. Jiminy Cricket would say that no one's born bad, but we don't know how much Jiminy got into the rap world.

  3. Wednesday, August 14:

    • Eric Bana

      Eric Bana stars in the tense thriller "Close Circuit," about an amoral government that watches everyone's every move. Boy, it's good thing there's nothing like THAT in real life.

    • Josh Gad

      Josh Gad plays Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak in "jOBS,"the biopic of Steve Jobs. Josh wanted to play him method, but couldn't convince anyone to lend him a few billion dollars.

    • The National

      The National's great new album is Trouble Will Find Me. That's what psychologists call a self-fulfilling prophecy, guys.

  4. Thursday, August 15:

    • Harrison Ford

      Harrison Ford shaves his head to play Jock Goddard in "Paranoia." Only Harrison can sport a smooth dome and a name like Jock and still be a badass.

    • Donald Faison

      Donald Faison stars as the heroic Dr. Gravity in "Kick-Ass 2." Between this and "Scrubs," it seems like Donald's got a thing for playing unconventional doctors.

    • Kurt Braunohler

      Kurt Braunohler discusses his love of skywriting on his new album, How Do I Land. Man, THAT old hackneyed comedy trope again??