Andrew McCabe To Stephen Colbert: Donald Trump Still Behaves Suspiciously
“How coup-y did it feel to you in the moment?” Stephen Colbert asked former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe of the moment when top officials at the Justice Department and the FBI mulled if there were ways to remove President Donald Trump from office.
McCabe is making the TV rounds in promotion of his new new book “The Threat: How the FBI Protects America In the Age of Terror and Trump.”
During his first, blockbuster interview, on last Sunday’s 60 Minutes, McCabe said… Read
‘The Dirt’ Trailer: Netflix Kick-Starts Mötley Crüe Biopic
“If we wanna knock people on their asses, then we gotta give ’em a show.” And what a show it was that Mötley Crüe put on — whether one dug the music or not. Welcome to the first trailer for The Dirt, Netflix’s biopic of the L.A. glam metal band based on its best-selling memoir. Check it out above.
It hits all the hits along with the low life of the band some loved to hate, some hated to love and millions just loved. The trailer shows the quartet’s origins, Sunset Strip… Read
George Stephanopoulos Re-ups At ABC News Through 2020 Election And Beyond
ABC News made sure to lock in services of political junkie George Stephanopoulos through the 2020 presidential election and its aftermath, signing him to a new four-year contract.
The former Democratic adviser and now ABC News chief anchor, chief political correspondent, GMA co-anchor and Sunday Beltway host will rake in about $18M a year, sources say – an impressive increase from previous $15M-ish, though still not Megyn Kelly money.
But with his contract coming up and a… Read
‘Lupe’ Clip: A Transgender Immigrant Struggles With Identity And Family In New Drama
EXCLUSIVE: The forthcoming film Lupe is a trifecta of an emotional drama, exploring the topics of family, immigration and being transgender. In the feature film debut by Andre Phillips and Charles Vuolo, we are introduced to the complex world of Rafael (Rafael Albarrán), a Cuban immigrant and boxer, struggling with their transgender identity while searching for their missing sister, Isabelle in New York City's underground sex industry.
In the exclusive clip above, we see… Read
‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Season 11 Trailer “Ru-veals” Miley Cyrus, Gina Rodriguez, & More As Guest Judges; “MaRUthon” Set
Are you ready to “werk”? The 11th season of the Emmy award-winning RuPaul’s Drag Race is ready to drag and death drop you into a new season with a slay-worthy cast of 15 queens and a roster of fabulous guest judges including Miley Cyrus, Gina Rodriguez, Wanda Sykes, Adam Rippon, Lena Waithe, Troye Sivan and more. To add to all that Logo will launch “Drag to Ru-Member MaRUthon” with the very first episode of season one of Drag Race starting Feb. 22 and cycling through all… Read
‘Highlander’ Tribute Clip: Watch ‘The Goldbergs’ Immortalize “Bad-Ass” 1986 Epic
Over its six seasons, the ABC sitcom The Goldbergs has paid homage to plenty of 1980s popcorn classics with guest stars who reprise memorable Reagan era roles (Charlie Sheen for Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Rick Moranis for Spaceballs, and Robert Englund for A Nightmare on Elm Street, to name a few) but this Wednesday night’s episode and its tribute to The Highlander from 1986 is next-level stuff.
Take a look at the short-but-sweet exclusive preview clip (in the video above)… Read
Bernie Sanders Announces Bid To Unseat “Pathological Liar, Racist, Sexist, Homophobe” Donald Trump
Bernie Sanders announced Tuesday morning that he will make another White House run in 2020.
The Vermont senator made it official in the most Bernie Sanders way possible: on Vermont Public Radio.
“I wanted to let the people of the state of Vermont know about this first,” he announced via radio early Tuesday morning, promising to take around the country “the values that all of us in Vermont are proud of: a belief in justice, community, in grass roots politics.”
The current… Read
Kelly Clarkson Covers Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s ‘Shallow’
Kelly Clarkson said she’s a huge fan of Lady Gaga and wanted to show her appreciation for the Oscar nominee by performing a cover of “Shallow” from A Star Is Born.
During a tour stop Friday night in Green Bay, Wisconsin, the chart-topping singer and Voice coach told fans she’s always admired Gaga.
"It's cool just to know that someone that talented is also really nice," Clarkson said about the singer and actress. "I've been rooting for her for a while. This song! I just, I… Read
Ava DuVernay’s ARRAY Acquires Surreal Drama ‘The Burial Of Kojo’, Sets Netflix Premiere Date
EXCLUSIVE: Ava DuVernay’s ARRAY Releasing continues to give shine to underrepresented voices and stories by people of color and women with their latest acquisition, The Burial of Kojo from musical artist and filmmaker Samuel “Blitz” Bazawule. This marks the 22nd acquisition for ARRAY which has become an epicenter of independent film driven by inclusive storytelling. ARRAY has acquired distribution rights for the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, and New… Read
‘Triple Frontier’ Trailer: Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac & Co. On A Money Mission In Netflix Heist Film
“You cannot go back to your normal life after tonight. You guys need to own the fact that what we’re about to do is criminal,” warns Ben Affleck’s character in the newly released trailer for the J.C. Chandor-directed Netflix film Triple Frontier.
Affleck heads the A-list ensemble that includes Oscar Isaac, Charlie Hunnam, Pedro Pascal, Garrett Hedlund and Adria Arjona.
Co-written by Chandor and Mark Boal, the film follows a group of former Special Forces operatives who… Read
Donald Trump Raves About Fox News Channel Stars As He Declares National Emergency To Build Wall
Because Congress voted not to give President Donald Trump the money he campaigned on getting from Mexico, to build Trump Wall on our southern border, a national emergency was declared Friday morning.
At a Rose Garden presser, Trump unveiled his plan to do an end run around Congress and unlock money to build his signature border wall .
“We're going to be signing today a national emergency” he announced in a Rose Garden presser, calling it “a great thing to do” he said… Read
‘Diane’ Trailer: Selfless But Tortured Mary Kay Place Seeks Redemption In Martin Scorsese-Produced Drama
“Diane, you need some peace.” And how. Here’s the first trailer for Diane, starring Mary Kay Place as a selfless but tortured soul trying to cope with a life of curveballs. Martin Scorsese executive produced the film from first-time writer-director Kent Jones, which won Best Narrative Feature and two other prizes at Tribeca last year.
Here’s the logline: For Diane, who lives alone in western Massachusetts, everyone else comes first. Generous but with little patience for… Read