Ariana Grande And James Corden Celebrate ‘Titanic’ With Fast-Paced Musical Medley
James Corden is continuing his affinity for late-night singing fun with his homage to Titanic. In under six minutes, he and pop star Ariana Grande belted out 13 songs to tell the classic love story of Jack and Rose.
Dressed in early 20th century, old-timey garb, you would expect the duo to sing some Titanic-esque songs, but instead, they sang a mix of contemporary tunes and classics. They started with some good ol’ fashioned yacht rock with Styx’s “Come Sail Away” and… Read
Brett Morgen On The Incredible Feat Of Bringing Multi-Emmy-Nominated Docu ‘Jane’ To Life Over A Half Century Later – Behind The Lens
National Geographic’s extraordinary Jane has one of the most popular documentaries released in the past year, though inexplicably after cleaning up on the movie-awards season circuit it did not make Oscar’s cut for Best Documentary — a real head-scratcher. Now, however, the Television Academy has made up for that egregious oversight and showered the film — culled from over 100 hours of previously unseen footage of the young Jane Goodall as she made her first expedition… Read
‘Stranger Things’ David Harbour: “There’s Nothing He Can’t Do,” Say Duffer Brothers – Exclusive Video
EXCLUSIVE: There's a lot of love for David Harbour among the creators and cast of Stranger Things, as the video above unveils.
"It feels like there's nothing he can't do," proclaims executive producer and co-creator Ross Duffer in the video above of The Newsroom vet who plays rough around the edges Hawkins, Indiana top cop Jim Hopper on the Netflix series. "He's making this character really popular, far more interesting than we originally imagined," Matt Duffer adds of… Read
‘The Romanoffs’ Trailer: Everyone Is A Descendant From The Russian Royal Family In Amazon Anthology Series
According to the new teaser trailer for Amazon Prime Video’s forthcoming anthology series The Romanoffs, it is possible for anyone and everyone to be a descendant of the famed Russian royal family.
Amazon’s first anthology series comes from the Emmy Award-winning Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner and features eight separate stories about people who believe themselves to be descendants of the titular royal family. Set in seven countries around the globe, The Romanoffs was… Read
Stephen Colbert Mocks Omarosa Boast She Finally Has Proof Donald Trump Is Racist
UPDATED with video: Yet another close adviser to President Donald Trump has betrayed him, Stephen Colbert announced, tragically, at the top of Late Show.
The latest person to turn on Trump is his former adviser “and realtor giving you a card at a funeral,” Omarosa.
The former Apprentice franchise star, fired from her White House job in December, has written a salacious new book “filled with shocking details that you already knew,” Colbert revealed.
On Today show, Omarosa… Read
‘Seven Seconds’ Allowed Regina King To Marry Her Philanthropy To Her Artistry – Awardsline Screening Series
Regina King can do no wrong. A favorite of the Television Academy with back-to-back-to-back Emmy nominations for John Ridley's American Crime—an anthology series in which she played a different character every season—the actress is back in the running this year with Veena Sud's Netflix drama Seven Seconds. But there is something different about this season. With the role of Latrice Butler, a Jersey City mother whose son is killed by the police, King finally made the jump… Read
‘Disenchantment’ Review: Matt Groening’s Netflix Series A Disappointment
Launching on Netflix on August 17, Disenchantment is Matt Groening's first new series since 1999's Futurama, and The Simpsons' creator latest effort is stuck in the past, literally and figuratively. Despite a strong vocal effort from Broad City's Abbi Jacobson as the hard-drinking and convention-busting Princess Bean, the animated riff on fairy tale tropes is ultimately a disappointment, as I say in my video review above.
There's a slew of reasons individually and… Read
‘BlacKkKlansman’ Producers On Spike Lee’s “Strength Of Perspective” & Focus Features Pic’s Turnaround Time
It’s no accident that this past weekend—a year to the day after Charlottesville—saw the premiere of Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman. That event and its repercussions had been on Lee’s mind throughout production. Off the back of a healthy rollout for the film—with Lee’s best box office results in over a decade—the resonance between the story of Ron Stallworth, the cop of went undercover and infiltrated the KKK, couldn’t be more urgent.
Sitting down in Cannes with Deadline's Joe… Read
‘One Dollar’ Trailer: One Small Town, A Single Bill, Multiple Murders
CBS All Access has dropped the first official trailer for their upcoming drama One Dollar. The series from Craig Zobel (The Leftovers, Compliance) is set to premiere on Aug. 30 with new episodes released weekly on Thursdays.
Set in a small rust belt tow in post-recession America, One Dollar is a grimy mystery where one single dollar bill (hence the title) changing hands connects a group of characters involved in a shocking multiple murder. Giving some serious Ozark-meets-S… Read
‘Ballers’ & ‘Insecure’ Review: Dwayne Johnson & Issa Rae Top Of Their Games In New Seasons
Different in many ways, Ballers and Insecure are back for their fourth and third seasons, respectively, this Sunday on HBO, and Dwayne Johnson’s and Issa Rae’s series are both on top of their considerable games. With strong support from Rob Corddry and Yvonne Orji, the new cycles of the once fumbling Ballers and always fierce and fun Insecure are living their best lives in what may sometimes seem like the worst way.
Having literally and figuratively become more seasoned… Read
‘Dog Days’ Review: Pooches Fare Better Than Humans In Harmless Family Comedy
The dog days of August are upon us, and so is the appropriately titled new family confection Dog Days, which teams humans and their pets. The result is uneven in the laughs department, though there are enough warm moments to qualify as a decent time-waster as the summer movie season winds down with typical August afterthoughts before the fall Oscar crop is unleashed.
This film comes from director Ken Marino, responsible in different ways for the likes of How to Be a Latin… Read
Alex Rich Talks Portraying A “Unified” Version Of Picasso With Antonio Banderas In ‘Genius’ – Awardsline Screening Series
Genius: Picasso marks Alex Rich’s first leading role in dramatic series. During Deadline’s Awardsline screening and Q&A for the Emmy Award-winning National Geographic series, Rich joked that he wasn’t intimidated at all when playing a younger version of the legendary artist. Then he admitted that for a first leading role of this scale, it was a lot to take in.
“Not only do you have a real person — and an icon at that — you have Antonio [Banderas] who is an incredibly… Read