Britney Spears Debuts On Carpool Karaoke, Talks Men, Marriage, More Kids
Britney Spears’ Carpool Karoake with James Corden debuted on CBS’s Late Late Show tonight.
Corden asked Spears what "Oops!… I Did It Again" really is about.
"I don't know. I really don't know," Britney confessed. "I think it's just a song."
Later she revealed, "I want more" kids.
"Like three more. I have to find the right guy first," Britney remembers.
"Who would that be? What are you looking for?" Corden wonders, speaking for us all.
"I think I might not ever go to men… Read
Veep Candidate Tim Kaine Dispatches Donald Trump Over Hillary ‘Bigot’ Remarks On Stephen Colbert’s ‘Late Show’ – Update
Tony Hale, aka Veep’s sycophantic Washington body man Gary Walsh, hovered behind Democratic VP candidate Tim Kaine tonight as the candidate met Late Show host Stephen Colbert in the green room, whispering helpful information– including the name of the show. Kaine was making his late-night comedy debut, but held his own in the comedy bit with the two pros.
Preliminaries over with, Colbert reminded viewers the first presidential debate will be held on Monday, September… Read
Donald Trump Talks “Tunnel Technology” And Hillary Clinton As “Bigot” In Interview With Anderson Cooper
Updated with video: Donald Trump talked “tunnel technology,” and deporting the “bad dudes” in an interview today with Anderson Cooper and flatly denied Cooper’s insinuation he’d just flip-flopped on his flip-flop on his position about undocumented immigrants.
And, Hillary Clinton?
“She is a bigot,” Trump says in the interview that aired tonight. It’s Trump’s first non-Fox News Channel interview since late July, when he got mocked for telling ABC News’ George… Read
Marvin Kaplan Dies: ‘Alice’ & ‘Top Cat’ Actor Was 89
Marvin Kaplan, a prolific character actor best known for his recurring role as Henry Beesmeyer on the 1976-85 sitcom Alice and as the voice of Choo-Choo on the cartoon Top Cat has died. He was 89 and died from natural causes in his Burbank home.
Born in Brooklyn in 1927, Kaplan’s first film role came in 1949’s Adam’s Rib. His next major role was as a regular on the sitcom Meet Millie, on which he played Alfred Prinzmetal. He was with the show in its radio incarnation… Read
‘Strangers On A Train’ Gets A Redo In Leslye Headland’s ‘The Layover’
It’s boom time for ’50s mistress of intrigue Patricia Highsmith: Her roman à clef The Price Of Salt was most recently filmed as the acclaimed Cate Blanchett vehicle Carol, as The Talented Mr Ripley was, earlier, for Matt Damon. Now her Dostoevskian novel Strangers On A Train, concerned with the moral and practical possibilities of a perfect crime, has been retooled (following, of course, Alfred Hitchcock’s 1951 film version) and updated by Leslye Headland. She’s a writer… Read
President Obama Makes Virtual Reality Debut In National Parks Video
Just months before President Barack Obama leaves office, he makes his virtual reality debut with Through The Ages, an immersive video look at Yosemite National Park shown via Facebook-owned virtual reality headset maker Oculus. The video was produced by Felix & Paul Studios in cooperation with the White House, Oculus and National Geographic.
Shot in about a week, the 11-minute video opens with an amalgam of nature’s melodies and features throughout some grand sights from… Read
Covert Media Launches Lexica Films For Foreign-Language Pics; First Project Is ‘Earthquake’
Independent production, financing and distribution company Covert Media has formed international sales label Lexica Films and plans to launch five to 10 films per year through it. Covert's President of International, Liz Kim Schwan, will lead the new division. The first title will be the Russian-language disaster film Earthquake, which stars Cannes Best Actor winner Konstantin Lavronenko (The Banishment, Name Me) and is directed by Sarik Andreasyan (American Heist). The… Read
Fox Director Fellows Chosen For Comedy & Drama Apprenticeship Programs
Fox Global Directors Initiative has selected 16 Director Fellows for its comedy and drama apprenticeship programs.
The Fox Global Directors Initiative is dedicated to cultivating emerging and established directors with diverse voices, backgrounds, life experiences and perspectives spanning episodic broadcast and cable television, filmed entertainment, sports and digital media. The 16 Director Fellows were chosen from 20 participants in the Fox Directors Lab held this past… Read
Revolt CEO Keith T. Clinkscales Departs
As Revolt is heading into its third anniversary, the music-themed digital cable network owned by Sean Combs and backed by Comcast will be looking for a new CEO. Keith T. Clinkscales, who has held the post since the channel’s inception, is leaving. COO Derek Ferguson will take oversight of the company during the search for Clinkscales’ replacement. Here is the internal memo Clinkscales just sent to the company’s staff:
As we approach our third anniversary in October, I… Read
Eli Roth Bringing Killer Clowns To Halloween Horror Nights 2016; Digital Genre Anthology Series ‘Dark/Web’ Coming From Felt Films
The already packed 2016 installment of Universal Studios Hollywood’s Halloween Horror Nights is adding traumatic childhood fears to the mix courtesy of Eli Roth, who will be taking control of the annual event’s Terror Tram for an original story about a posse of serial killer clowns. Eli Roth Presents Terror Tram will tell the story of Harold Kappowitz, a once-jovial entertainer performing as "Koodles the Clown” who rose from circus act to the beloved host of a children’s… Read
‘Stranger Things’ Ranks High On List Of Netflix’s Most-Watched Shows
Supernatural drama Stranger Things has received critical praise and a lot of buzz since it premiered on Netflix on July 15, and it’s definitely high on the list of shows subscribers are watching.
According to stats provided by Symphony Advanced Media, Stranger Things is third behind Orange is the New Black and Fuller House in viewership within its first 35 days on the internet TV network. The series starring Winona Ryder, averaged 14.07 million adults 18-49, behind… Read
Sam Mendes In Talks To Develop & Direct Live-Action ‘James And The Giant Peach’
EXCLUSIVE: Sam Mendes in early talks to develop and direct James And The Giant Peach, a live-action project in the works at Disney with Nick Hornby penning the screenplay. We’re hearing the talks are in the very early stages.
This would be the latest animated pic-turned-live action play for Disney. The Roald Dahl book was adapted into a feature by Henry Selick via Walt Disney Animation in 1996. The story centers on an orphan who lives with his two mean aunts who befriends… Read