<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Entertainment Today]]> <![CDATA[Snoop Dogg Busted in Norway With Marijuana, Money]]> Norwegian media are reporting that Snoop Dogg was briefly detained in Norway after entering the country with marijuana and a large amount of cash.]]> <![CDATA[See the Robocop remake that won't be opening in theaters next week]]> You can now see "Our Robocop Remake," a crowdsourced remake from fans of the original film premised on the idea that if anyone is going to ruin the movie, it should be them.]]> <![CDATA[Now 64, Daryl Hall credits his mother for his vocal longevity]]> <![CDATA[Jon Favreau Returning to 'Iron Man 3' -- as an Actor]]> Jon Favreau isn't directing Iron Man 3, but he'll be present on the set. Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that Favreau has closed a deal to reprise his role of Happy Hogan -- the bodyguard-sidekick to Tony Stark/Iron Man, played by Robert Downey Jr. -- in the Marvel Studios threequel.]]> <![CDATA[It's Official: Arsenio Hall Returning to TV With Late-Night Talk Show]]> It's official: Arsenio Hall is returning to television, partnering with CBS Television Distribution for a late-night talk show.]]> <![CDATA['Thor' and more: Summer's must-see movies]]> Starting this weekend, and continuing nearly every week into August, one hopeful blockbuster after another will hit the screen, creating one of the bigger summer-movie gluts in recent memory. Major titles include the Ryan Reynolds superhero vehicle "Green Lantern" (due June 17), the raunchy comedy "The Hangover Part II" (May 26) and the final installment of "Harry Potter" (July 15).]]> <![CDATA[Flaming Lips surpass Jay-Z to set world record for most live shows in 24 hours]]> Last night in New Orleans, the Flaming Lips finished their eighth live show of the day, thus stealing Jay-Z’s Guinness World Record for the most shows in multiple cities in a 24-hour period.]]> <![CDATA[Howard Stern says NBC frowned on Leno jab]]> Outspoken radio host Howard Stern isn't changing his tune just because he's now a judge on America's Got Talent.]]> <![CDATA[Rush Limbaugh: Batman Villain Was Named “Bane” To Hurt Mitt Romney]]> The Clear Channel radio personality said in today’s broadcast that the makers of Warner Bros‘ The Dark Knight Rises are surreptitiously trying to brainwash audiences by naming the film’s villain “Bane.” You know, like Mitt Romney’s former employer: Bain Capital.]]> <![CDATA[Bryan Singer confirms title of 'X-Men: First Class' sequel, and it's a doozy]]> X-Men: First Class was the lowest-grossing film in the mutant franchise since the original X-Men. But $350 million is nothing to sniff at, and stars Jennifer Lawrence and Michael Fassbender have both become omnipresent in the year since First Class opened, so it wasn’t too surprising when Fox announced a July 2014 release date for a First Class follow-up. And there are plenty of reasons to be optimistic about the prequel-sequel.]]> <![CDATA[Cypress Hill SmokeOut Brings Together Korn, Wiz Khalifa, MSTRKRFT For Marijuana Rights]]> DJ Wolfgang Gartner has played festivals around the world, but Cypress Hill's SmokeOut, held yesterday in San Bernardino, California, brought some unique experiences. "I’ve never seen anything like that before at a festival – the pot tent, show your license, come in, smoke," he told Rolling Stone.]]> <![CDATA[Nancy Grace, Ron Artest to compete for ‘Dancing with the Stars’ trophy]]> <![CDATA['Pan Am' Star Christina Ricci Weighs In on the Show's Struggling Ratings]]> It’s no secret that ABC’s Pan Am has been on the cancelation bubble due to its low ratings. Yet, the network is following through with airing its full episode order with Pan Am’s finale currently scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 19.]]> <![CDATA[Whitney Houston Drowned with Cocaine in Her System, Autopsy Reveals]]> Whitney Houston's official cause of death was accidental drowning, according to an initial report from the L.A. County Coroner released Thursday, but a heart condition and cocaine use were also contributing factors.]]> <![CDATA[Public Enemy Headlining Movement Electronic Music Festival]]> Rap legends Public Enemy will preview their upcoming album "Most of My Heroes Still Don't Appear on No Stamp" at this year's Movement Electronic Music Festival held over Memorial Day weekend in Detroit.]]> <![CDATA[Bruno Mars learned the biz by working with big acts]]> Bruno Mars' original game plan was like many aspiring singers': Move to California, get discovered, get signed, release a record, tour the world. "That's not always how it goes," he says.]]> <![CDATA[Rihanna sues, claims accountants cost her tens of millions]]> Rihanna sued her former accountants Thursday, blaming them for tens of millions of dollars in losses, shoddy bookkeeping, a failure to recommend she trim expenses when a 2009 tour was losing money and an ongoing audit by the Internal Revenue Service. The lawsuit in federal court in Manhattan sought unspecified damages against New York-based Berdon LLP and two accountants. A Berdon spokeswoman said the company had no immediate comment.]]> <![CDATA[Lady Gaga Cancels Indonesian Show After Threats]]> Lady Gaga canceled her sold-out show in Indonesia after Islamist hard-liners threatened violence, claiming her sexy clothes and provocative dance moves would corrupt the youth. The controversy was a blow to the predominantly Muslim country's reputation for combining free speech and democracy with a mostly moderate brand of the faith.]]> <![CDATA[Anthony Bourdain Exits Travel Channel for CNN]]> Globe trotting No Reservations star Anthony Bourdain is leaving Travel Channel for CNN.]]> <![CDATA[CBS reality competition will likely pit former 'American Idol' judge against her old show]]>