Character Actors To Be Honored This Weekend At 2nd Annual Carney Awards
Conchata Ferrell, Stephen Tobolowsky, Steve Buscemi, Jonathan Banks, and Gary Cole will be honored this Sunday at the 2nd Annual Carney Awards to shed a light on outstanding character actors. Veteran character actor Dan Hedaya, whose career spans almost 50 years and has one of the most recognizable faces in TV and film, will also be receiving the Chairman's Lifetime Achievement Award.
The show was named in honor of the late Oscar-winning and six-time Emmy-winning actor… Read
Michael Douglas, Alec Baldwin, Politicos Jump-Start Oscar Race For Anti-NRA Documentary ‘Making A Killing’
EXCLUSIVE: Hollywood has begun lining up to help get the word out on Robert Greenwald’s documentary feature Oscar contender Making A Killing: Guns, Greed And The NRA. Michael Douglas, Alec Baldwin and Tony Goldwyn are lending their names and voices and have done videos to help promote the film, which was executive produced by Beasts Of No Nation exec prod Bill Benenson and his wife Laurie. But so has California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom. And, Hillary Clinton’s running mate… Read
Hollywood Laughs With Baldwin, Snickers At Trump In Stinkgate Scandal
Stinky or not, Alec Baldwin certainly has a thicker skin than the guy he impersonates every week: Saturday Night Live‘s man who would be Trump re-tweeted (sans comment) the Donald’s now viral criticism of the actor and the “boring and unfunny” Saturday Night Live.
But if Baldwin restrained himself from zingers, other celebrities and notables couldn’t resist. Let’s start with Trump’s mini-review to set up the inevitable punchlines.
Watched Saturday Night Live hit job on… Read
Kim Kardashian Held At Gunpoint, Unharmed In Paris Jewelry Heist Worth Millions
UPDATED with statement from Paris Mayor: Reality TV star Kim Kardashian West is said to be shaken but physically unharmed following a middle-of-the-night armed robbery in a luxury Paris residence. In the capital for Fashion Week, Kardashian was staying in a townhouse in Paris’ 8th arrondissement, near the Place de la Madeleine. At around 2:30 this morning, gunmen disguised as police officers entered the building and threatened their way past the concierge before two made… Read
Thomas Gibson Gives His Side Of ‘Criminal Minds’ Firing
A month-plus after he was fired from CBS’ Criminal Minds, Thomas Gibson is telling his version of the altercation that led to his dismissal. The actor, who had played Special Agent Aaron Hotchner since the series' 2005 debut, told People that his run-in with writer-producer Virgil Williams was a minor incident that was blown out of proportion.
“We were shooting a scene late one night when I went to Virgil and told him there was a line that I thought contradicted an… Read
Russell Crowe To Host Ridley Scott Tribute By American Cinematheque
Russell Crowe will host the 30th annual American Cinematheque Award Tribute to Ridley Scott on October 14 at the Beverly Hilton. Crowe won the Best Actor Oscar for Scott’s 2000 Best Picture winner Gladiator, and the pair have also collaborated on American Gangster and A Good Year as well as Crowe productions Robin Hood and Body of Lies, to name a few. Matt Damon will make the presentation to Scott, and other in-person tributes include Noomi Rapace, Katherine Waterston… Read
Emmys 2016: Red Carpet Arrivals Photo Gallery
TV’s biggest night has at last come around once again, leaving countless numbers of the industry’s biggest and brightest stars to meander the red carpet. Representing ABC on the carpet and during the network’s Emmys broadcast are the casts of Modern Family, Black-ish, and American Crime. The Transparent cast is on hand; Tony Hale reps frequent Emmy winning HBO series Veep; and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star Ellie Kemper shines on the carpet.
To view a live-updated red… Read
PHOTOS: Deadline Studio at TIFF 2016 – Day 4: Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, John Legend, Miles Teller, Richard Gere & More
The talent just kept on coming on Day 4 of Deadline’s studio coverage at TIFF, with the stars of La La Land, Venice prize winner Nocturnal Animals, Miles Teller boxing vehicle Bleed For This, the Mark Duplass-written Blue Jay, and more in attendance. As Mr. Robot Season 2 winds down, star Rami Malek appeared, in support of his film Buster’s Mal Heart; and Gerard Butler discussed his new indie drama, The Headhunter’s Calling, along with his director, Mark Williams.
‘Eight Days A Week’ Docu Enrolling In School In Class Move
Well, this is better than running laps in P.E. class: Rocker Stevie Van Zandt's nonprofit Rock and Roll Forever Foundation is hosting the New York City premiere Thursday of Ron Howard’s documentary The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years. Afterward, the foundation will launch a nationwide educational program that will result in the largest Beatles-related project to be integrated into American middle and high school education.
The NYC premiere will serve as a… Read
Readying For Book Launch & Contract Expiration, Fox News’ Megyn Kelly Hires 42 West’s Leslee Dart
EXCLUSIVE: Fox News star Megyn Kelly has hired her first publicist outside of the cable network, retaining Leslee Dart of 42 West. It makes sense as Kelly has a lot brewing. Her book Settle For More will be published by Harper in November, right after the presidential election, and her contract with the network is expiring and it is unclear whether she will sign another or move to another network.
All this happens in the backdrop of the shakeup at Fox News that led Roger A… Read
Ryan Lochte Charged With Making False Police Report In Rio After Landing New Endorsement Deal
UPDATE with Brazil charges: Police in Rio de Janeiro have charged U.S swimmer Ryan Lochte with filing a false report in connection with his now self-described “embellished” story of a robbery near the end of the Rio Summer Olympics.
The Associated Press reported the news just now amid earlier reports by Fox News and ESPN that Rio officials planned to summon Lochte back to Rio de Janeiro for a Brazil Justice Department hearing on the incident, in which he and three other… Read
‘Lip Sync Battle’ Host LL Cool J Discusses Transition From Grammys Hosting And On-Set Spontaneity
A two-time Grammy winning recording artist—infatuated with rap and hip-hop since his formative years, growing up in Queens—LL Cool J last year took over hosting duties on Spike TV's Lip Sync Battle, never anticipating that the series would become an Emmy-nominated pop culture phenomenon two seasons in. Every week, the series pits A-list couples, siblings and co-stars against one another in a tremendously entertaining musical throw down, in pursuit of glory and the Lip Sync… Read