This Wednesday is the world premiere of Oz The Great and Powerful, and we will be bringing you all the premiere action LIVE from the red carpet. James Franco, Michelle Williams, Mila Kunis, and Rachel Weisz star in the highly anticipated film, and POPSUGAR reporter Lindsay Miller will be LIVE on the red carpet at the El Capitan Theatre in Los Angeles interviewing your favorite stars. The fun starts this Wednesday at 9:30 p.m. EST/6:30 p.m. PST right here on POPSUGAR, and be sure to catch Oz The Great and Powerful in theaters March 8.
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Though I found him horribly annoying when he first joined "The Daily Show," I eventually warmed up to Rob Corddry and his awkward, mildly pitiful brand of humor. That said, I don't know if Corddry has what it takes to helm his own sitcom, but he'll get a chance to prove himself tonight at 9:30 p.m. when "The Winner" debuts on Fox.
It's got good people behind it — "Family Guy" Seth MacFarlane is the executive producer — and the premise sounds promising: Corddry plays a 32-year-old virgin living through a delayed adolescence. But there are a few things I find troubling, including the fact that the flashback-based series is, for no real reason, set in 1994 and looks like it's trying very hard to be edgy.
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I know you all probably still have some holiday shopping to do, and if you're anything like me, you still have a LOT of holiday shopping to do. But don't worry: BuzzSugar is here to help with gift ideas for all of the pop-culture junkies on your list. Today's installment: the Budding Film Buff. Here are four great ideas for the person who doesn't know everything about movies yet but will soon. (Read Friday's installment, the Music Snob.)
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