David Letterman Tells Jimmy Kimmel His Side Of Conan Story About Crazy Horse
On Night 2 of his visit to Brooklyn, Jimmy Kimmel heard David Letterman's side of the Crazy Horse Named Dave Story, with which Conan O'Brien regaled Stephen Colbert last Friday on Late Show.
"For the purpose of this conversation I have nothing but the highest regard for all of the talk show men and women – even Jimmy Fallon. I'll include him," Letterman said on Jimmy Kimmel Live, setting the ground rules.
When Letterman left left Late Show a couple years back, he sent his… Read
‘Roseanne’ Revival: ABC Shares First Photo Of Cast At Table Read
The first photos of the upcoming Roseanne revival have hit the internet and there are some familiar and new faces — and all of them seem to be laughing and having a good time.
The photos of the familiar set from the original series, which were posted on the official Roseanne Twitter account, features original cast members Roseanne Barr, John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf, Michael Fishman, Sarah Gilbert, and Becky No. 1 and 2 Lecy Goranson and Sarah Chalke — although Chalke will… Read
Actor’s Key Co-Founders Plead No Contest to Charging Actors for Auditions
Katherine Shaw and Kristen Caldwell, co-owners of The Actor's Key, have pleaded no contest to charges brought by the City Attorney that they charged actors for auditions in violation of the state's Talent Scam Prevention Act. All charges were dropped, however, against Jessica Gardner, who was their office manager. All three vehemently deny that they did anything illegal.
The Actor's Key, which filed for bankruptcy and went out of business in February, also pleaded no… Read
Mychael Knight Dies: ‘Project Runway’ Fashion Designer Was 39
Project Runway finalist and fashion designer Mychael Knight died today in Atlanta, Ga. at the age of 39. Jerris Madison, a close friend of Knight and editor of Obvious Magazine posted an official statement on behalf of the Knight family in regards to his death.
“We are still processing the untimely death of our son, brother, friend, and uncle,” the Instagram statement read. “Mychael meant everything to us and we loved him dearly. He was generous and so full of life… Read
WME Names Joey Lee, Jay Williams Co-Heads Of Nashville Office; APA Signs Pacific Bay Entertainment
WME announced that Joey Lee and Jay Williams will be co-heads of the Nashville office alongside Rob Beckham and Greg Oswald. They will oversee the agency's day-to-day operations in Nashville. Lee and Williams represent many leading artists in country music, including Brothers Osborne, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Alan Jackson, Miranda Lambert, Thomas Rhett, Chris Stapleton, Dierks Bentley and many others.
Lee joined WME as a partner in 2010 following WME's acquisition of his… Read
Los Angeles City Attorney “Will Prosecute” Harvey Weinstein If Victims Come Forward
On a day that saw Harvey Weinstein resign from the board of directors at The Weinstein Company amid an ever-growing sexual harassment scandal, the Los Angeles City Attorney is asking victims to contact his office with their stories.
“Please come forward so your cases — and justice — can be pursued,” said Mike Feuer on Tuesday as the LAPD requested victims of the Oscar-winning producer to go public. “We take allegations like these very seriously, and where the facts… Read
Viacom And Charter Reach Tentative Deal On New Carriage Agreement
Viacom and Charter Communications have reached an agreement in principle on a new carriage contract, a deal that will keep Viacom’s networks on Charter’s Spectrum service without disruption. The two companies just confirmed the news in a joint statement: “Viacom and Charter have reached an agreement in principle. Spectrum subscribers will continue to have access to Viacom's networks, without disruption, while we finalize terms."
The companies on Sunday night agreed to a "… Read
Bob Weinstein Denies Sexual Harassment Claims From ‘The Mist’ Showrunner
UPDATED with response from Segel’s lawyer: The Mist executive producer/showrunner Amanda Segel says the Weinstein Company co-founder Bob Weinstein sexually harassed her during production of the Spike TV series. Segel’s allegations, reported by our sister publication Variety and later denied by Weinstein’s lawyer Bert Fields, said the alleged harassment began in summer 2016 and continued on and off for about three months until Segel’s lawyer told TWC executives that she… Read
LeBron James & Teammates Lock Arms During National Anthem Before NBA Opener On TNT
The NBA regular season opened on TNT tonight, and LeBron James and his Cleveland Cavaliers teammates locked arms during the national anthem. No one on the visiting Boston Celtics appeared to take part as a retired Navy man belted out the song.
James and some teammates had their heads bowed as the camera showed them near the end of “The Star-Spangled Banner," but there was no kneeling or other obvious protests.
During the pregame show, analyst Kenny Smith was asked whether… Read
Molly Ringwald Talks About The “Harvey Weinsteins” Of Her Career
Actress Molly Ringwald starred in numerous John Hughes films such as The Breakfast Club and Sixteen Candles and quickly became the poster child of teen-driven coming-of-age movies of the ’80s that still resonate today. After starring in definitive movies from the Reagan era of side ponytails and Anthony Michael Hall, Ringwald wasn’t anywhere to be seen. I remember seeing her in Betsy’s Wedding in 1990 and then it seems like she disappeared. I remember randomly hearing… Read
‘G.L.O.W.’: Shakira Barrera Taps In For Season 2
Shakira Barrera has entered the ring for Netflix’s GLOW, the 1980s-set female wrestling comedy that is now shooting its second season. She has joined the cast for the 10-episode Season 2 playing Yolanda aka Yo-Yo, a a Mexican American dancer/stripper and out-and-proud lesbian who joins the team.
In August, Netflix renewed the series created and executive produced by Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch, and executive produced by Orange Is the New Black creator Jenji Kohan and… Read
Donald Trump Hosting ‘SNL’ Was “Embarrassing And Shameful,” Taran Killam Says
NBC and Lorne Michaels took no small amount of heat when then-candidate Donald Trump hosted Saturday Night Live in 2015. Now a former longtime SNL regular is speaking out about that night and how he continues to feel about it.
Taran Killam, who often played Trump on SNL pre-Alec Baldwin, had some choice comments when asked in a radio interview about the future POTUS taking the Studio 8H stage as protesters made big noise outside 30 Rock. “It was rough,” Killam told NPR… Read