Accept the Rejects
The rock band All-American Rejects' biggest hit is "Gives You Hell" from 2008. The Oklahoma quartet comes to Music Box at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa on Friday to promote its new CD, "Kids in the Street." Fans can judge during the show how songs on the new album stack up to the band's earlier work.
Other acts in town this week include swing group Big Bad Voodoo Daddy Saturday in The Showroom at Tropicana Casino and Resort and the blue-eyed soul of Daryl Hall, above, of Hall & Oates and some special guests Saturday also in Music Box at Borgata.
With their extreme slapstick and physical farces, the "Three Stooges" frequently are the dividing line between what men and women think is funny. The last of the original Three Stooges died during the 1970s, so Hollywood thinks enough time has passed to make a movie about the silly comedy act. "The Three Stooges," starring Chris Diamantopoulos, above, opens Friday.
The other nationwide releases on Friday are the horror comedy "The Cabin in the Woods" and the sci-fi action film "Lockout."
Singer Monica, above, first gained fame singing "The Boy Is Mine" in a duet with Brandy 14 years ago. They are singing a new duet, titled "It All Belongs To Me," which can be found on her new CD, "New Life," released Tuesday.
Dreama Walker initiates the action as June in the new TV sitcom, "Don't Trust The B---- in Apt. 23," but it is Krysten Ritter, above, who portrays the wild, unpredictable Chloe, who will be talked about after the show premieres 9:30 p.m. Wednesday on WPVI-TV 6.