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Earl Dittman

Digital Journalist based in Houston, TX, United States. Joined on Jun 23, 2009
Expertise in Celebrities, Music, Concerts, Movies, Entertainment



An essential midsummer night's HD/Blu-ray/DVD viewing guide Special

Tired of fighting crowds at your local Cineplex? Well, there's a ton of great titles on disc and HD you can watch in the comfort of your own home – from the stunning 'Bessie' and the epic 'The Water Diviner' to a classic teaming of Scooby-Doo and KISS.

Tim Cantor + Imagine Dragons take sound + vision on the road Special

Longtime fans of surrealistic painter Tim Cantor, the members of Imagine Dragons were anxious for him to create the cover art for the 'Smoke + Mirrors' album. Their collaboration proved so fruitful the band has taken Cantor and his art on tour with them.

Blu-ray/DVD Essentials: Summer must-sees Special

From new animated films featuring well-loved characters like Curious George and Tom & Jerry (check out the clip from 'Spy Quest') to the latest seasons of 'Ripper Street' and 'Workaholics,' there are a handful of just-released discs you cannot miss.

Summer 2015 Blu-ray/DVD Essential Viewing - Part 1 Special

From classics such as 'Mahogany' and 'Goodfellas' and current films like 'Lost River' and 'Run All Night' to hit TV series including 'Pretty Little Liars' and 'Major Crimes,' you can now own several incredible movies and shows to watch all summer long.

Glenn Morshower reveals the honesty and passion behind ‘Flutter' Special

Glenn Morshower, a vet of 200 film and TV roles, is starring in a diverse lot of movies this year, including the poignant ‘Flutter.’ He talks about the making of the film, his time on '24,' his role in the ‘Bloodline’ series and playing a gay man.

Blu-ray/DVD Essentials: Timeless and modern-day classics Special

From the iconic films of legends Doris Day and Debbie Reynolds to modern-day masterpieces such as 'The Imitation Game,' 'The Hobbit' and 'Interstellar,' there's a bevy of newly-released discs celebrating the best in cinema and TV — past and present.

'The Voice': Season 8 — The Knockout Rounds, Part 2 Special

The Knockout Rounds came to a close with incredible Season 8 vocalists Lowell Oakley, Tonya Boyd-Cannon, Joshua Davis, Brooke Adee and India Carney standing tall. The 5 discuss the Knockouts and how they landed a spot in the Live Shows on 'The Voice.'

'The Voice': Season 8 — Surviving the Knockout Rounds, Part 1 Special

Such Season 8 contestants as Corey Kent White, Brian Johnson, Sonic and Sarah Potenza sang for their lives in the Knockouts and are moving on to the Live Shows. They, along with 8 other talented singers, discuss their journeys, thus far, on 'The Voice.'

Blu-ray/DVD Essentials: Erik Estrada on the importance of 'CHiPs' Special

Before Erik Estrada scored the role of CHP officer Ponch on the '70s cop drama, Hispanic actors were often relegated to roles as criminals or illegals. His bold, culture-shifting choice to change the ethnic origin of his character would make TV history.

'The Voice': Season 8, Week 3 — The final Blind Auditions Special

On the last of night of Blind Auditions, singers Paul Pfau, Caitlin Caporale, Vance Smith and Hannah Kirby scored the last spots on 'The Voice' Season 8 teams coached by Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Christina Aquilera and Pharrell Williams.

Getting personal with Jordan Hayes and Matt Long of 'Helix' Special

Jordan Hayes and Matt Long portray two CDC doctors trying to uncover the source of a deadly virus on the sci-fi series 'Helix.' Discover which of these two actors is a hopeless romantic, a skilled golfer, a Van Morrison devotee and a big fan of westerns.

'The Voice': Season 8, Week 2 — 'This song's for you...' Special

Meet the talented vocalists and performers who sang their hearts out — during the second week of Blind Auditions — for a position on Season Eight teams coached by Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Christina Aquilera and Pharrell Williams on 'The Voice.'

Beach Boy Brian Wilson hits the road for 'No Pier Pressure' Tour

In addition to releasing the new solo album, 'No Pier Pressure,' the legendary co-founder of The Beach Boys will be joined by former bandmates Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin, plus special guest, Rodriguez, for a 17-city North American tour this summer.

Eric André is that other 'Man Seeking Woman' on the hit comedy Special

On the FXX comedy series he calls "a John Cusack rom-com mixed with a Salvador Dali painting," Eric André plays the "cocky chauvinist sociopath" best friend of the show's hapless protagonist. He explains why his character's brain is like a Rubik's Cube.

Join Robert Downey Jr. at premiere of 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'

Robert Downey Jr. is offering fans the chance to live out the best night of their life culminating at the world premiere of 'Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron,' all to support Julia's House, a great cause dedicated to improving the lives of children.

'The Voice' Season 8, Week 1: Let the singing begin... Special

Sixteen lucky vocalists helped to kick off the 8th season of the hit singing competition show with a bang. The gifted singers, who impressed Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Pharrell Williams and Christina Aguilera, talk about their debut on 'The Voice.'

Blu-ray/DVD Essentials: The truth behind 'Horrible Bosses 2'

Jason Bateman, Charlie Day and Jason Sudeikis return as three would-be entrepreneurs who kidnap an investor’s son and ransom him for control of their company in 'Horrible Bosses 2.' The filmmakers and the cast talk about the making of the hit comedy.

Boris Kodjoe uncovers the sexy & seductive secrets of 'Addicted' Special

The star of the sensual and provocative drama about the desire and dangers of indiscretion opens up about the reasons he wanted to be a part of the erotic thriller, successfully doing a sex scene and reveals the importance of a film like 'Addicted.'

John Gallagher, Jr: the cold, hard facts on ‘Olive Kitteridge' Special

Best known for his turns in 'The Newsroom' and 'American Idiot,' the Tony winner talks about his role in 'Olive Kitteridge.' The über-cool actor also warms up about missing LA, which former character is most like him, his upcoming album and the weather.

Kevin Macdonald’s underwater hunt for realism with ‘Black Sea' Special

To create the breathtaking and thought-provoking submarine action-thriller 'Black Sea,’ the Scottish filmmaker submerged himself in authenticity. Macdonald discusses the process of constructing a genre-redefining motion picture starring Jude Law.
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