Stephen Colbert Dishes Dirt On White House Screaming Match
UPDATED with video: There was a good, old-fashioned screaming match outside the Oval Office between White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and National Security Adviser John Bolton, Stephen Colbert reported on Late Show.
They were fighting about the recent surge in border crossings. Bolton blames Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and said she needed to start doing her job. Kelly, who previously held the job and recommended Nielsen to replace him, took issue with the… Read
‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ Review: Melissa McCarthy Takes A Brilliant, Oscar-Worthy Dramatic Turn
When you see the name Melissa McCarthy you probably think of SNL, Mike and Molly, her highly successful comedic movies like Spy, The Heat, The Boss, and a rare Oscar nomination for a broad comedy role in Bridesmaids. What you likely don’t associate with her are the words: dramatic actress. But make no mistake, even though there are definitely moments that make you laugh in her new film, Can You Ever Forgive Me? they are solely coming out of the real-life character, Lee… Read
Trevor Noah: Donald Trump “Wears Moral Bankruptcy On Sleeve” Defending Saudis
“With midterm election less than three weeks away, we’re going to be seeing a lot more of” President Donald Trump, Trevor Noah warned his viewers.
In a slew of TV interviews, Trump doubled down on his disbelief that climate change is man-made, though he seems to have walked away from his “Chinese hoax” theory. Trump explained this week he has a natural instinct for science because an uncle was a professor at MIT, though they never discussed the topic.
The knowledge is “in… Read
‘Halloween’ Review: Jamie Lee Curtis Battles Michael Myers (Again) In A Treat For Horror Fans
Ever since John Carpenter’s original Halloween and Michael Myers first came into our orbit in 1978, it has been the gift that keeps on giving at the box office, with so many spinoffs, sequels and reboots it is hard to keep track. From Halloweens II, III, IV and V to a 20-year revisit in 1998 and Halloween: Resurrection in 2002, hell there even are three films just simply titled Halloween II. There seems to be no need even to hide what the film is anymore — the 2007… Read
‘Wasted Talent’ Acquired By Freestyle Digital Media; New Trailer For Lillo Brancato Docu Released
EXCLUSIVE: Freestyle Digital Media announced today that is has secured the distribution rights to the Steve Stanulis-directed documentary Wasted Talent. The film will debut on demand on November 13.
The film, which also debuted its first trailer (watch above), follows 41-year-old actor Lillo Brancato who made his debut in Robert De Niro’s 1993 directorial debut A Bronx Tale. He went on to star in Renaissance Man, Crimson Tide, and The Sopranos, but Brancato fell from… Read
Men Confront Former Priest They Say Molested Them As Children, On CBS News Hidden Camera Recording
Two childhood friends confront the former Pennsylvania priest who they say molested them as children for a CBS News investigative report that will be broadcast tonight on the CBS Evening News with Jeff Glor and Thursday on CBS This Morning.
For the first time in 30 years, Shaun Dougherty and Brian Sabo returned to Johnstown, Pennsylvania, together to talk face-to-face with Father George Koharchik, who they say molested them in Catholic grade school.
Dougherty told CBS… Read
‘Daredevil’ Season 3 Review: The Man Without Fear’s Robust Return Is Dark & Delicious
Launching exactly a week after Netflix canceled Iron Fist, Marvel's Daredevil is back on the streaming service Friday for its long-awaited third season. Although its been more than two years and at least one Defenders miniseries since the series toplined by Charlie Cox and Vincent D'Onofrio last appeared on the small screen, the wait for more of The Man Without Fear is well worth it.
Now run by former The Man in the High Castle producer Erik Oleson, the dark and excellent… Read
Long-Shelved Logan Paul Movie Sequel Launches Today On YouTube Premium
UPDATED throughout The Thinning: New World Order, starring Logan Paul, is now available to stream on YouTube Premium, producers have announced.
Legendary Digital Studios, YouTube Premium and Entertainment One (eOne) announced a “surprise drop” of the sequel to the 2016 thriller, though any surprise was spoiled last night by Paul, who posted a trailer on his YouTube channel.
The YouTube Original movie starring the controversial Paul arrives after a nearly year-long… Read
‘The Conners’ Cast Says Roseanne Barr’s “Spirit Still Very Much With Us”
Morning after ABC unveiled its Roseanne Barr-less Roseanne spinoff The Conners, cast members Lecy Goranson, Michael Fishman and Maya Lynn Robinson exchanged carefully crafted questions and answers with Good Morning America‘s George Stephanopoulos.
Barr – fired by ABC last spring after posting a racist tweet describing former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett as "muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes had a baby” – did not seem to like the episode, Stephanopoulos said… Read
Stephen Colbert Kicks “Horse’s Ass” Donald Trump Over “Horseface” Tweet
UPDATED with video: With the midterm elections just three weeks away, Stephen Colbert said he’s already stocked up on bourbon for Late Show‘s live Election Night broadcast. And to make sure Late Show reports election results accurately, “we’re getting our news directly from our IT guy in Moscow,” he explained.
But President Trump already scored a victory this week when a judge threw out Stormy Daniels’ defamation lawsuit against him. She sued when he called her a liar in… Read
‘Mid90’s’ Review: Jonah Hill Makes A Sensational Directorial Debut With L.A. Based Coming-Of-Age Tale
Jonah Hill is well established as one of his generation’s finest actors, already the recipient of Oscar nominations for Moneyball and The Wolf of Wall Street and a standout onscreen since his breakout turn in 2007’s Superbad. But as I say in my video review (click the link above to watch), he now can add the words "writer and director" to his filmography with a terrific debut behind the camera on Mid90’s, a coming-of-age skateboarder tale set right in the heart of a place… Read
Roseanne Barr Tells ‘Vice’ ABC Did “Worst Thing They Could” In Firing Her From Show
ABC did “the worst thing they could have possibly done to me…to fire me from my own show,” Roseanne Barr complained to Vice News Tonight, in an interview it’s airing tonight right before ABC’s unveiling of The Conners.
In a pre-taped interview airing on HBO, Barr paints herself as a victim, describing to Vice the “emotional and psychological impact of going from stratospheric stardom to being completely de-platformed,” as Vice put it.
"I don’t keep in touch with anyone… Read