In the tradition of frat-house comedies like Old School, Bradley Cooper (He’s Just Not That Into You), Ed Helms (The Office), and Zach Galifianakis (Tru Calling) play three groomsmen who, after a raucous bachelor party, wake up to a trashed hotel room, a tiger in the bathroom, a baby in the closet, and a missing groom (National Treasure’s Justin Bartha). Can they find the husband-to-be in time for the wedding?
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Listen to “Let the Truth Be Told,” by Laura Izibor
This feel-good R&B album from 20-year-old Irish artist Izibor has the makings of a great summer sound track. Her voice evokes Joss Stone and Alicia Keys and her lyrics are sweet and truthful. (Out June 16.)
Read “Mating Rituals of the North American WASP,” by Lauren Lipton
Peggy Adams just woke up next to a strange man in the bed of a strange hotel in Las Vegas. With a ring on her finger. As she and her hot new husband, Luke Sedgwick, figure out their next steps (like, uh, how to break it to her boyfriend), you’ll get a chuckle out of this lighthearted beach read.
Foul-mouthed chef Gordon Ramsay is back for the fourth season of this U.K.–based reality show, in which a family must prepare a three-course meal for 50 diners. Look for appearances from familiar faces like Meat Loaf and, on the premiere, former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell. (Premieres Wednesday, June 17, at 9 p.m. EDT.)
5 of 7 TuneUp Media
If figuring out who sings “Track 1” on your best friend’s Summertime Mix is driving you crazy, this downloadable software is for you. TuneUp uses iTunes and the Gracenote Global Media Database to figure out the “audio fingerprint” of mis- or unlabeled tunes in your MP3 music library. Then the program automatically fills it in and adds the corresponding album artwork. Try 100 song “cleans” and 50 album cover adds for free. If you’re hooked, upgrade to a $30 TuneUp Gold membership for unlimited cleans and covers.
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Participate in the AMC Movie Camp
For just $1 at participating AMC movie theaters nationwide, kids and adults can see G- and PG-rated movies every Wednesday at 10 a.m. from June 17 through August 5. First up: Horton Hears a Who. Proceeds benefit the Will Rogers Institute and the children’s charity Variety.
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Watch “Burn Notice Season 2” on DVD
Catch up on the second season of this sharply written drama set in Miami about Michael (Hitch’s Jeffrey Donovan), a spy who’s been burned by his agency. With the help of his ex-girlfriend (Scent of a Woman’s Gabrielle Anwar) and his best buddy (Army of Darkness’s Bruce Campbell), Michael is hot on the trail of the person who blacklisted him. Also stars Sharon Gless (Cagney & Lacey).