Month: November 2017

Courtesy of NBC Late-night hosts addressed the sexual harassment claim, and subsequent coming out as a gay man, made against Kevin Spacey throughout segments and monologues this week. In a segment called “Ain’t Nobody Got Time for That,” Trevor Noah was quick to joke about the backlash following Star Trek: Discovery actor Anthony Rapp’s accusation
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The Trump impersonator also discussed his Emmy acceptance speech snub and his Trump-centric Halloween. During an appearance on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, Baldwin explained how he can’t escape his infamous Trump impression and suffered consequences after his Emmy win for Saturday Night Live. After showing a photo of him and his family dressed
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Welcome to The Hollywood Reporter‘s Survivor: Heroes vs. Healers vs. Hustlers regular season coverage! Every week, we’re bringing you exit interviews with the latest person voted out, recaps from THR‘s very own Dan Fienberg and weekly check-ins with executive producer and host Jeff Probst. Bookmark our season 35 one-stop shop to make sure you don’t
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“It’s a nice way of extending the series and giving people that extra level of connection,” says chief content officer Ted Sarandos. What should a fan-oriented, spoiler-heavy talk show look like on Netflix? The streaming giant is embarking on a seven-episode experiment with Beyond Stranger Things, featuring the creators and stars delving deeper into the
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The indie hit scooped up 15 nominations at the BIFAs as first-time filmmakers dominated the proceedings. Indie period hit Lady Macbeth is leading the list of nominations for this year’s British Independent Film Awards, unveiled Wednesday by Maisie Williams and Hayley Squires. Debut features dominated the list, with the first-time writers, producers and directors of
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