Steven Tyler Talks About Sex, Drugs & Rock ‘n Roll In OBJECTified Interview
Former American Idol judge and Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler says he felt an obligation to keep alive the tradition of easy access to sex for rock stars – but didn’t care about keeping his band together in the depths of his drug addiction.
Tyler talked about his past in an interview on the Fox News show OBJECTified, which airs tonight at 8 PM ET/PT. The show is hosted by TMZ’s Harvey Levin.
“I have an addictive personality so I found certain drugs I loved and didn’t… Read
Kurt Sutter Revs ‘Mayans M.C.’ Past ‘Sons Of Anarchy’s Shadow, Border Politics, Being Outspoken In A #MeToo Moment & Trump’s Tiny Hands: Comic-Con
EXCLUSIVE: During the celebrated run of Sons of Anarchy, creator Kurt Sutter made a tradition of giving the fleeing masses of San Diego Comic-Con something to stay for on its final day. He’s revived that Jimi Hendrix-at-Woodstock tradition in Hall H today, where he will launch Mayans M.C., the FX spinoff series that focuses on the Latino motorcycle club that became a bigger and bigger part of the Sons series over time. The new show, which Sutter created with Elgin James… Read
‘Deadly Class’ EP Joe Russo On Syfy Adaptation & Next ‘Avengers’ Movie – Comic-Con
"If your expectation is that we're going to bring those characters to life and that world to life, and the Deadly Class school to life," Joe Russo says of the upcoming Syfy series he and his fellow Avengers: Infinity War director and brother Anthony are executive producing, "then get excited because Rick Remender, the guy who wrote the book, is the lifeblood that's behind Deadly Class the show."
Heading into more production on the fourth Avengers movie in the next few… Read
‘Walking Dead’ Showrunner Angela Kang On Andrew Lincoln’s Future, Season 9 Changes & Comic-Con
"That's stuff that I obviously don't want to spoil for fans, but I think what I can tell you is that we've got a great story for Rick," new The Walking Dead showrunner Angela Kang says of the future of star Andrew Lincoln on the AMC series. "He's actively thinking about what needs to be done to build for the future," she adds of Rick Grimes, the character Lincoln has played since the zombie apocalypse series debuted in 2010, going on to become one of the biggest shows in… Read
New ‘Doctor Who’ Jodie Whittaker & EP On New Season, Inclusion & Hall H Debut – Comic-Con
"It's a perfect job for any actor because even though there's the 12 previous shoes that you're filling, you're able creatively to make it your own," says Jodie Whittaker, as the 13th Doctor Who and first woman to play the Time Lord prepares to hit the stage in her Comic-Con debut this morning. "So, I think rather than feeling the pressure of that, I feel the excitement of that," she adds of her role and the new era for the BBC America series.
The Comic-Con inauguration… Read
Fox News Anchor Chris Wallace Scores Vladimir Putin Interview
Fox News anchor Chris Wallace will interview Russian President Vladimir Putin following next week’s summit with President Donald Trump in Helsinki, Finland.
The 30-minute interview will air Monday, July 16 on Fox News Channel, which claims it is the only interview that Putin will give to a Western journalist.
“No holds barred, no subjects off limits,” Wallace said on the America’s Newsroom show.
Wallace said he will ask Putin about Russian meddling in the 2016… Read
Fifteen Months In Heaven: Broadway’s Nathan Stewart-Jarrett Reflects On ‘Angels In America’
When Angels in America finishes its Broadway run this Sunday, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett, who plays Belize, acidic nurse to Nathan Lane’s toxic Roy Cohn, beloved friend to Andrew Garfield’s unraveling Prior Walter, will have performed the two-part, nearly seven-hours-total play 247 times, give or take and counting both Broadway and London. A British actor, probably best known in his home country for roles in TV series The Misfits and Utopia, Stewart-Jarrett arrived in New… Read
The Week In Deadline Videos & Podcasts: W. Kamau Bell, ‘Uncle Drew’ & ‘Power’ Reviews
This week, watch Pete Hammond reviews of the basketball comedy Uncle Drew as well as Dominic Patten’s thoughts on the season 5 premiere of Power. There are also new episodes of the New Hollywood Podcast and the Crew Call Podcast for your ears as well as Deadline’s Contenders Emmys video series for your viewing pleasure.
In addition to catching up on our weekly video series The Actor’s Side, Next Generation TV, Behind The Lens, and Production Value, make sure you watch… Read
David Lynch: Trump Could Be “One Of The Greatest Presidents In History”
Twin Peaks co-creator David Lynch says President Donald Trump “could go down as one of the greatest presidents in history because he has disrupted the thing so much.”
Speaking to The Guardian media outlet in the UK, Lynch said he was a Bernie Sanders supporter in 2016, then switched to Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson in the presidential election.
He now concedes that Trump may have been the correct choice.
"I am not really a political person, but I really like the… Read
The Week In Deadline Videos & Podcasts: Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tanya Saracho, And DeWanda Wise
From Patrick Melrose to Vida to She’s Gotta Have It, this week’s slate of videos and podcasts are filled with the talented women of Hollywood.
In this week’s The Actor’s Side, Pete Hammond talks to Oscar-nominated actress Jennifer Jason Leigh. Known for her roles in Last Exit to Brooklyn and the classic Fast Times at Ridgemont High, she now stars in the Showtime's acclaimed limited series Patrick Melrose
Dominic Patten talks to Vida executive producer Tanya Saracho in the… Read
‘Seven Seconds’ Creator Veena Sud On How Lack Of Asian American Representation Influenced Her Career
As Hollywood attempts to move the needle more and more on the gauge of diversity and inclusion, Veena Sud is doing her part to make sure that she is doing her part to not only put more stories from marginalized communities on the screen, but to make those narratives resonate with all audiences.
As the showrunner of Netflix’s Seven Seconds and The Killing, Sud is more than aware that she is in a minority when it comes to television showrunners. As a woman that is of… Read
‘One Tree Hill’ Alums Navigate Life Of Struggling Actors In Crowd-Funded Comedy ‘Everyone Is Doing Great’
Even though the last episode of One Tree Hill aired in April 2012, the teen drama series — which ran 9 seasons — still resonates with their diehard fans as they are chomping at the bit for some sort of a reunion. One Tree Hill alums James Lafferty and Stephen Colletti are doing exactly that…in their own special way.
The One Tree Hill gang still share a bond as some of their cast members are set to reunite for a Lifetime Christmas movie and Sophia Bush has done well for… Read