Month: May 2018

Screengrab/Late Night with Seth Meyers Hours after Donald Trump coined the term “Spygate” (or rather, refurbished it) to refer to a conspiracy theory that the FBI spied on his 2016 presidential campaign under the Obama administration, late-night hosts took to their respective stages to dismiss the unsubstantiated claims and poke fun at the name. On
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The Force is under siege. Disney and Lucasfilm’s Solo: A Star Wars Story is struggling in its debut at the Memorial Day box office, where it’s coming in well behind expectations with an estimated three-day debut of $83.3 million-plus and projected four-day debut of $101 million (numbers will be updated Monday morning). That’s even worse than
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The President looms large in a slew of Emmy contenders in which showrunners chose to face the political climate head-on, from hypothetical impeachment campaigns to radical conservative governments. During the April  29 episode of The Good Fight, CBS All Access’ operatic legal drama, Emmy- and Tony-winning lead Christine Baranski spends the better part of  the 52-minute
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Sexual misconduct allegations against the actor are “compelling and devastating,” says the union. In the wake of accusations Thursday that Morgan Freeman subjected eight women to unwanted touching and sexual comments, performers union SAG-AFTRA is reconsidering the lifetime achievement award bestowed on the actor at the annual SAG Awards this past January. “These are compelling and
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She will perform a medley along appearances from Charlie Puth and newly crowned ‘American Idol’ winner Maddie Poppe. Meghan Trainor is set to perform at the 2018 Radio Disney Music Awards. The RDMA-nominated singer will perform a special medley alongside appearances from Charlie Puth and newly crowned American Idol winner Maddie Poppe.  Trainor is up
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In a tearful sitdown interview with the New York Times, the actress recalled an incident with her costar which she believes crossed the line. In a sitdown interview with the New York Times, Arrested Development stars Jeffrey Tambor, Jessica Walter, Tony Hale, Jason Bateman, Alia Shawkat, Will Arnett and David Cross got candid and emotional
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