‘American Horror Story’ season 7 adds ‘Scream Queens’ alum Billie Lourd

Deadline first reported the news. She had a small part alongside her late mother in Star Wars: The Force Awakens and is returning for the   upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi. RELATED: American Horror Story Stars: Then & Now
The daughter of Carrie Fisher and granddaughter of Debbie Reynolds, Lourd is best known for her two-season run on Murphy’s Scream Queens, playing the earmuff-wearing Chanel No. The Scream Queens star is set for a lead role in the seventh season of American Horror Story, EW has confirmed. 3. Billie Lourd is making the leap from one Ryan Murphy series to another. While little is known about the season, executive producer Tim Minear teased that the plot came from a “completely bats—” idea. Lourd joins AHS veterans Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters in the upcoming election-themed installment of the horror franchise. Show Full Article

‘Going in Style’: EW review

They smoke pot with a gangster and get the munchies. Joe thinks, Why not? It all looks so easy. It’s a bittersweet, heartfelt, and very funny movie (go rent it instead of seeing this) mainly because the heist is almost beside the point. They attempt a practice heist on a supermarket and get away on a motorized old-folks scooter. But that’s exactly what director Zach Braff does in Going in Style—a lazy hash of cheap geezer gags and spoon-fed sentiment. Then one day, while Caine’s Joe is at the bank dealing with an unsympathetic loan officer who’s foreclosing on his home, a group of masked robbers with machine guns empty the registers. I kept waiting for someone to make a joke about the size of his prostate. Trump into the oval office. Caine, Freeman, and Arkin play Joe, Willie, and Albert—three Brooklyn retirees who find out that after 40 years of service at the steel mill, their pensions are being stopped thanks to corporate greed. Going in Style is, of course, a remake of a 1979 comedy that starred George Burns, Art Carney, and Lee Strasberg as a trio of old coots who decide to spice up their Geritol years by sticking up a bank in Groucho schnozzes. C

Show Full Article And we’re always laughing with the characters, not at them and how old they are. It’s a character movie, not an action movie. Thankfully, it never came. In the new version, Joe, Willie, and Albert watch The Bachelorette and get really invested the outcome. Ann-Margret even pops up as a horny, hot-to-trot grandma to lob lusty innuendos at Arkin. You’d have to be made of stone not to smile seeing Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, and Alan Arkin together on screen. And the idea of these three beloved Hollywood seniors planning and pulling off a bank heist, on paper at least, must have seemed too fool-proof to screw up: Grumpy Old Stick-up Men! It’s more about the bedrock friendship between three lonely old men. They’re forgotten men, and Braff and his screenwriter Theodore Melfi (Hidden Figures) bend over backwards trying to tap into the same simmering middle-class anger that put Donald J. They’re victims of predatory banks, unfeeling hospitals, and children too busy to keep in touch.

Former ‘ANTM’ judges share adorable reunion: ‘The family is back together’

“First there was Naomi, Linda, and Christy.? “It wasn’t a shock. Now this Trio back together catwalking on New York City Streets can only mean one thing hmmmmmmmmmm…? #antm24 #casting 18+ #ageaintnothingbutanumber Hope to see you soon! @miss_jalexander @nigelbarker @mrjaymanuel #CanYouGuess? I'm so excited about this!!! Citizen! Show Full Article Online   in 2012. #ANTM #tyrabanks #michellemockcasting #Tyrasback Send 3 photos, Name, Age, Height, Weight (all shapes welcome!) and your Contact Information to VH1TopModel@gmail.com. You must be a U.S. This is a network thing,” Barker told E! Now this Trio back together catwalking on New York City Streets can only mean one thing hmmmmmmmmmm…? Though it has imposed a strict 27-year age limit on contestants in the past, cycle 24 is open to models of all ages. A noted fashion photographer, runway diva extraordinaire, and platinum-haired Canadian walk into a… New York City crosswalk? This isn’t a Tyra thing. 💛TyTy
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In March,   Banks revealed she would return to the Top Model judging panel after a brief hiatus, reclaiming her on-camera role at the head of the   show she launched back in 2003 following pop star Rita Ora’s cycle 23 substitution. #👀 Yup this happened…the family is back together! After solidifying themselves as staples on the ANTM   scene, Barker, Alexander, and Manuel were relieved of their duties nearly five years ago as the Top Model brand retooled its image. This   week, three former ANTM judges — Nigel Barker, Miss J. As   Banks announced last weekend,   ANTM‘s 24th cycle is currently casting ahead of its planned shooting schedule later this summer. Trouble..!” Alexander wrote. Apply Now, boo!!! “We had an incredible run and there aren’t any hard feelings. A post shared by Jay Manuel (@mrjaymanuel) on Apr 5, 2017 at 2:50pm PDT

Barker and Alexander then posted a photo showing the trio walking across a city street. Oh yeah Thanks @marcjacobs @klsxkls @guess #bags #walking #smilingface #tribeca #newYorkcity #nigelbarker #JayManuel #missj #marcjacobs #guessjeans #kls #klsxkls
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While it might seem like an on-camera reunion is in the works for a future Top Model installment, VH1 — which began premiering new episodes of ANTM for the first time in December 2016 —   had no comment on the pictures. Alexander, and Jay Manuel — posed for a series of social media   photos in New York City, teasing their long-awaited reunion after departing the Tyra Banks-created reality competition series between 2012 and 2015. Barker added: “Reunited and it feels so… about time we brought the band back together don’t you think?”

First there was Naomi , Linda, and Christy.? Trouble..! There had been previous years where discussions about me being eliminated from the show had happened and I had actually survived the chopping block before.”
Manuel and Alexander had also teamed for a Top Model spinoff in 2008 titled   Operation Fabulous, the pilot for which saw the duo traveling to cities around America to teach average women how to jazz up their personal style. I’m friends with Tyra and the producers…   There had been a discussion that ratings were down and that something like this would happen. “Yup this happened…the family is back together!” Manuel, who served as ANTM‘s creative director on cycles 1-18, wrote on Instagram, additionally sharing an image of his colleagues huddled around a computer screen. It might not be the best setup for a joke, but it does lay the chic foundation for an America’s Next Top Model reunion. The project did not get   picked up by a major network.

Martin Scorsese pays tribute to Don Rickles: ‘He made comedy into an art form’

Martin Scorsese has shared a heartfelt   tribute to the late   comedian Don Rickles, who once stole scenes as a hawk-eyed casino manager in Casino. He just started showing up at places and insulting me. Experiencing Don, and tuning into his mind, I witnessed the evolution of his comedy. It was like listening to a great jazz musician wail. I’m really missing this man.”
A   legendary insult comedian and Las Vegas fixture who palled around with the Rat Pack, Rickles died Thursday from kidney failure at his home in Los Angeles. None of them.”

Watch Rickles roast   Scorsese in the video   above. He was a professional. He made comedy into an art form. “I had the honor of working with him on my picture Casino. Show Full Article He was 90. He was much loved. Back in 1997, Rickles   memorably roasted Scorsese when the filmmaker   received   the AFI Life Achievement Award. He kept me doubled over with laughter every day on the set —   yet he was a complete pro.”
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Scorsese   continued, “We became friends over the years, and I had the honor of being roasted by him more than once —   sometimes when I didn’t expect it. And like all geniuses, comic or otherwise, he’s irreplaceable. “Marty,   you are the most annoying director I ever had,” Rickles said. He added, “When we see all the films you did, none of them were great. Nobody else did what he did. “Don Rickles was a giant, a legend … and I can hear his voice now, skewering me for being so lofty,” Scorsese said in a statement provided to EW.

Don Rickles: Here are some of his most memorable (and acidic) celebrity insults

The king of insult comics, he found the perfect balance of making fun of people while earning their love at the same time, resulting in his preferred nickname of “Mr. Legendary comedian Don Rickles died Thursday at the age of 90. Ricardo, why do I kid you? You talk to him, it’s like being alone.”

Show Full Article That’s a joke, governor. I don’t mind, but he has it in his back pocket.”
On Bob Hope:   “Bob Hope couldn’t be here tonight, he’s looking for a war.”
On Ronald Reagan: “I must tell you, Mr. In 2014, for the comedian’s 88th birthday, stars Tina Fey and Amy Poehler returned the favor. ‘My brother died.’ [Laughing like a dog] I tell you out there, America, our governor is dumb. [Dances around].”
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On Phyllis Diller: “Phyllis Diller, ladies and gentleman, who, when she was born, God ran out of clay and made her face trick or treat Charlie. Why? I love people, really. Because I don’t like you.”
On David Letterman: “It’s sweet of you, Dave — I know your busy schedule of going to the bank and trying to figure out what the hell you do.”
On Jerry Seinfeld: “He’s a wonderful guy. On Orson Welles:   “Orson Welles has been a great star for so many years. Ricardo Montalban, a good friend, you know this. Make yourself at home, Frank. See some of Rickles   most memorable insults below. This man was married to a great many women in his life… they’re all flat now.”
On Frank Sinatra: “I just saw your movie, The Pride and the Passion, and I want to tell you, the cannon was great. I got a reputation of being, like Newsweek said, ‘The merchant of venom destroys stars.’ You people in the back, this is not true. Her former husband said on the wedding night, ‘Nooooo!’”
On Eddie Fisher/Elizabeth Taylor: “Eddie Fisher married to Elizabeth Taylor is like me trying to wash the Empire State Building with a bar of soap.”
On Ricardo Montalban: “I kid around about people, I got a reputation. Hit somebody.”
“When you enter a room, you have to kiss his ring. Warmth.”
Well before Comedy Central brought roasts to a new generation, Rickles was making a career of insulting the biggest names in the world, whether it was President Ronald Reagan, Bob Hope, Dean Martin, or Frank Sinatra. President, it’s a big treat coming out here all the way from California for this kind of money.”
“And the governor is the great politician of all-time, he laughs at anything.

The Master to return in new season of ‘Doctor Who’

It’s not often you get to see a solo personality clash.”
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It’s not clear how, if at all, this will impact Simm’s role on NBC’s   The Catch. Simm’s return to the role comes as a surprise; in recent years, actress Michelle Gomez has played a female version of the character, called “Missy,” and will do so once again in the new season, the last to star Peter Capaldi as the titular Time Lord. Thanks to the power of time travel I’m back,” Simm was quoted by the Radio Times as saying. Show Full Article “I can confirm that it’s true. He joined the Shondaland show as a series regular and will appear throughout the second half of the season. “It’s always a pleasure to work with this great team of people, and I can’t wait for you all to see what The Master gets up to in the next series.”

“Nothing stays secret for long on Doctor Who, but you’ll have to wait a little bit longer to see exactly what The Master is up to and how he makes his return to face the Doctor,” said showrunner Steven Moffat. The news that Simm is coming back to the show was reported by the Radio Times. John Simm is currently starring in The Catch on NBC   Watch the trailer for the new season, above. Doctor Who costars Matt Lucas as Nardole and Pearl Mackie as the Doctor’s new companion, Bill. The BBC has announced that actor John Simm will once again be portraying Doctor Who villain The Master in the upcoming season of the long-running British science fiction show, which premieres on BBC America on April 15. “It’s been a huge pleasure to have fan-favorites John Simm and Michelle Gomez face-to-face in the same role!

Samantha Bee to Hillary Clinton: ‘It should have been you’

I thought —   and feared —   that you being elected would unleash a wave of misogyny in the U.S. And you would have been attacked for doing things that would now seem inconsequential.”
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She continued, “Hell, I was supposed to talk about you on my show for the next four   years —   and now I’m saddled with that pint of flat orange Fanta who gives me way more material than I’d ever want. Addressing Clinton directly, Bee said,   “I’m only going to say this once —   though you deserve to hear it 100 times —   it should have been you. Show Full Article And you would have made mistakes. Read Bee’s full introduction at the Women in the World website. We may not know what the future will hold, but I’m hopeful that there is one.”
Bee also joked that she was   surprised Clinton was able   to   make it to   the conference. The Full Frontal host saluted the former senator and secretary of state Wednesday while introducing her at the   Women in the World Summit   in New York. But as we’ve seen, that happened anyway — which is why we can’t allow ourselves to dwell on the fact that I had a celebratory blue sequin custom suit made for my post-election show, and could barely wear it. “At least we’re hoping.”

Bee’s remarks culminated with her welcoming “Hillary Rodham Beyoncé Clinton,” who then participated in an   interview with   New York Times columnist   Nicholas Kristof. As Donald Trump approaches   his 100th day as president,   Samantha Bee   is more   convinced than ever that Hillary Clinton should be the one sitting in the Oval Office. “I assumed by now Hermione would have returned to her rightful home at Hogwarts, where she’s rumored to be the new Defense Against the Dark Arts professor,” she   said.

‘Flip or Flop Vegas’: Meet the new couple in sneak peek of tonight’s premiere

Flip or Flop Vegas   premieres Thursday night, and PEOPLE has an exclusive sneak peek at what its   stars, Aubrey and Bristol Marunde, are   bringing to the   high-stakes series’ spin-off. ET on HGTV. “Together, we’re unstoppable,” he says in the exclusive trailer above. This story originally appeared on PEOPLE.com. “I think it’s really brought us together.”
Although the new series will capture many of the classic “before” house horrors — think cockroaches and gross mold — and equally   jaw-dropping reveals, there are some differences the Marundes say fans will notice from the original show made famous by the   El Moussas, who announced their split after seven years of marriage in December 2016. “And I think when you tackle house flipping, you really need an expert on the real estate side.”
They also have years of experience:   The   couple began renovating houses “literally right after we met,” according to Aubrey, and have been in the business ever since. “You’re not going to see the same thing repeated over and over.”
“From top to bottom we’re completely involved,” Aubrey adds. “I think the viewers are going to really like that we do all the work ourselves.”
HGTV announced plans to expand the popular Flip or Flop franchise to include five new cities   in March. Your newest   HGTV obsession has finally arrived. (Their first home   sold after just a few days on the market!)
Now, Bristol says, the two are a flipping force, having transformed   over 140 homes in the area, while also raising two sons, Kale and Kane. Flip or Flop   Atlanta   is coming next, premiering this summer with hosts Ken and Anita Corsini. “We have a lot of different designs,” Bristol says, adding the variety of homeowners in Las Vegas requires them to cater each property to a specific buyer. The Marundes take on similar roles to their Flip or Flop forebears Christina and Tarek El Moussa, with Bristol, 34, an MMA fighter, serving as the contractor and his wife Aubrey, also 34, a realtor, taking on the design and selling side of things. This article originally appeared in People.com

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While the Nevada-based pair may be new to TV, they’re not short on confidence when it comes to what they do best. Flip or Flop Vegas premieres Thursday at 10 p.m. “We find that it’s a huge advantage, working together,” Bristol says. Chicago, Nashville, and Texas will follow in 2017 and 2018. “I definitely would say that I’m one of the best real estate agents in Las Vegas,” Aubrey tells PEOPLE.

Watch a creepy clip from the new Shudder thriller show, ‘Jordskott’

The first two episodes of   Jordskott are now available to view on Shudder, where non-subscribers can also check out the premiere for free. Still attempting to deal with the grief of her loss, Eva is haunted by the belief that Josefine did not drown during a trip to Silverhojd Lake, but was abducted. When a young boy goes missing in the same area, Eva delves deeper into the mystery of the forest which surrounds the lake and confronts her darkest fears. Watch the trailer for Jordskott   and an exclusive clip from the show, above. That would be the Swedish series, Jordskott, which debuted today. The latest TV show to creep its way onto TV screens and other devices thanks to the horror streaming service Shudder? Show Full Article This Scandi-noir thriller revolves around the disappearance, seven years previously, of Josefine, the daughter of a police investigator named Eva Thörnblad (Moa Gammel).

Sith Lord spotted on Air Force One during press conference

White House reporters spotted a Dark Lord of the Sith during a press conference on Air Force One on Thursday. During the flight, the following video was taken which showed the emergence of a villainous force straight out of pop culture legend. Trump: “…he's there and I guess he's running things, so something should happen.” pic.twitter.com/Bh4pLlUXo6
— Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) April 6, 2017


Show Full Article The clip quickly took off on Twitter, which found unsettled amusement that notorious master of the Dark Side would appear in such a powerful political setting. Q: Should Assad leave power?

Who should play George W. Bush in Adam McKay’s Dick Cheney movie?

In The Big Short, Adam McKay   chronicled the Wall Street misfits who predicted the 2008 financial collapse. His candidacy might be a bit too on-the-nose, but it’s worth acknowledging. Michael Fassbender doesn’t look much like Bush, but that didn’t stop him from excelling at portraying   Steve Jobs for Aaron Sorkin. Bush. Tell us what you think in the poll below, and share your own suggestions in the comments. It would hard to play Bush   entirely with a   straight face —   just ask Josh Brolin, who wore a bemused smirk for most of Oliver Stone’s W. Then, of course, there’s Will Ferrell, longtime McKay collaborator and legendary George W. Bradley Cooper has demonstrated an ability to both embody conservative American icons (in   American Sniper) and work alongside Bale (in   American Hustle); so long as the movie has “American” in the title, he’s probably good. Will Arnett demonstrated excellence at mocking the Bush family in Arrested Development   (where his character’s name, G.O.B. Bush impersonator. Show Full Article In the absence of any news about casting Bush, EW has taken it upon ourselves to make some suggestions. Woody Harrelson never met a roguish character he couldn’t make entertaining and likable. Though still untitled, McKay’s film will focus on former Vice President   Dick Cheney, a primary engineer of the Iraq invasion who also infamously shot his friend in the face while hunting once. Christian Bale is currently in talks for the lead role, while erstwhile   The Big Short   costar Steve Carell has emerged as a contender for Cheney’s most important   partner on the Iraq War, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. With his next film, he’s jumping to the other side of the fence to tell the stories of the men in power who oversaw that crisis. If the 43rd President of the United States does factor into McKay’s film, who should play him? Bluth, was a joke about the president’s brother Jeb). Comedians seem like a good fit, given McKay’s experience in the genre   and also the demands of playing a president who often misspoke to a comical degree. So far, though, no one has been mentioned for another important role: Cheney’s one-time boss, President George W. Michael Keaton is a bit on the older side (especially if the 43-year-old Bale is playing Cheney) but is one the best at balancing drama and comedy.

’13 Reasons Why’ author says Hannah originally survived

That’s why Skye’s character made a reappearance, which was cool to see her have a bigger role throughout the TV series.”
The 10th anniversary edition of   13   Reasons Why is currently available for purchase —   order it here   — and the television adaptation is now streaming on Netflix. Those opportunities aren’t there if you do this. It’s not like everything’s smooth now. I felt that was definitely the way to go. “I liked the idea of ‘We’ve learned something from this. In fact, it might be even tenser for her. It wasn’t always that way, though: In the book’s 10th anniversary edition, author Jay Asher reveals that Hannah survived in the bestseller’s original ending. Once I realized that the message   of the story would be stronger and that it would definitely be more of a cautionary tale. “No matter that there were missed opportunities for her. And yet, here’s a second chance,’” says Asher about the original ending. But now there’s Clay, who’s going to be upfront that he’s there for her.”

But Asher soon realized he wanted to tell a different kind of story. “Knowing as well that it was going to be difficult when Hannah went back to school to have to deal with those kids. Show Full Article The story begins with the teen dying by suicide and leaving the 13 people   she considers responsible for driving her to do so a series of tapes outlining the different ways in which she feels they contributed. For 10 years, fans of   Jay Asher’s   13 Reasons Why have lived with one unalterable fact: Hannah Baker dies. “Out of seriousness for the issue, we realized we can’t go there,” he explains. In that version, she attempted to kill herself by swallowing pills   but was ultimately saved when her parents got home and took her to the hospital, where her stomach was pumped.

Don Rickles had the funniest Frank Sinatra story ever told

Come on. No one was too big to mock, and one of his favorite targets   was the charismatic and fearsome Frank Sinatra — the man no one teased, lest it be ring-a-ding-ding for them. It’s such a good story, it better have. It’s a credit not only to the comedic mind of Rickles, but to the good-sport nature of Sinatra that both men love that story, and both swear it really happened. A classic story repeated   so often at parties and on late-night TV that it has endured for decades. I’ll   let Frank tell it …

Come on. Don Rickles became famous as an insult comic, sarcastically nicknamed “Mr. One time, he crossed the line, all for an audience of one. Here’s Rickles telling it himself decades later on The Tonight Show again, this time to Jimmy Fallon instead of Johnny Carson. It was one of the bravest put-downs ever told. Show Full Article But it turned out to be   Sinatra’s favorite prank of all time. If there’s a heaven, I hope you’re in it and   giving God hell. Warmth” for his brutal putdowns of friends and foes alike. It doesn’t get better than that. Instead of trying to win over the audience, he made them his adversaries — and they adored   him for it. It’d be easy to ruin the joke by dissecting it, so I’ll just acknowledge the basic fact of why it’s so funny: Rickles had balls. As fellow headliners in Las Vegas during the early 1960s, Rickles often found himself   Rat Pack adjacent and became a favorite comic of Ol’ Blue Eyes, partly because he was one of the few willing to joke at   the singer’s expense. Rickles is the little bird who hops in to poke around the teeth of the alligator, and Sinatra kindly chooses not to slam his jaws shut and devour him. The audacity of it is so staggering, you can’t help but laugh, apparently even if you’re the one who was made the laughingstock. The comedian, who died Thursday at age 90, was fearless. Rest in Peace, Don Rickles.

Watch 13 classic Don Rickles videos to remember the insult king

Relive some of Rickles’ finest   TV moments in the videos below, which trace his career from The   Tonight Show‘s Johnny Carson era to modern appearances on Kathy Griffin’s Bravo reality series   My Life on the D-List. The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1976)

The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1978)

The Tonight Show Starring Jay Leno (1995)

Ronald Reagan’s Inaugural (1985)

Larry King Live (1985)

Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List (2009)

AFI: A Tribute to Clint Eastwood (1996)

AFI: A Tribute to Martin Scorsese (1997)

The Dating Game (late 1960s)

The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Frank Sinatra (1978)

The Dick Cavett Show (1972)

The Emmy Awards (2008)

Show Full Article As Hollywood comes together to remember the late insult comic Don Rickles, who died Thursday from kidney failure, there’s no better time to reflect on   his comedic legacy, which earned the 90-year-old icon a Primetime Emmy, industry acclaim, and countless laughs from audiences around the world for more than six decades.

‘Legends of Tomorrow’ boss teases Rip’s return in even crazier season 3

Certainly, we’ve opened the door for that kind of story. I can’t say that we’re absolutely committed to doing Kamandi next year, it’s just totally on the table and certainly something we’ve been talking about.”

Whichever route the show goes next season, the consequences of the Legends’ actions will not reverberate throughout the full Arrow-verse. “Our metaphor in the writers’ room is that we’re approaching time as a jigsaw puzzle,” Guggenheim says. Show Full Article Tune in to   SiriusXM’s   Ch. “He’s definitely a character that we love and a concept that we love. Has Rip Hunter left Legends of Tomorrow for good? ET for more on The CW’s super series on Superhero Insider, hosted by Kyle Anderson and this reporter. “We have talked about Kamandi in the writers’ room,” Guggenheim says. “What the Legends did in the finale was take the jigsaw puzzle box and shake it up… The fact that we broke time, part of that was a desire on our part to go even crazier in season 3. “We’ve got plans for Rip for next year,” executive producer Marc Guggenheim told EW on our SiriusXM radio show Superhero Insider. PT/2 p.m. 105 on Thursdays at 11 a.m. But fear not: Viewers have not seen the last of the Waverider’s former captain. That was among the burning questions after DC’s Legends of Tomorrow capped off its second season Tuesday night with Rip (Arthur Darvill) packing his bag and leaving the team. What’s really going on? “It’s just in a different capacity than him being a member of the team.”
The other big question raised in the finale was what exactly the Legends have wrought. By breaking time, we created a lot more opportunities for zaniness.”
Could that zaniness include the potential introduction of Kamandi, the last boy in a Planet of the Apes-esque post-apocalyptic future in which highly evolved animals rule the Earth? “We’d rather keep the shows separate in that regard.”
Listen below to the full interview, where Guggenheim also teases new season 3 characters and also drops hints about what’s in store for Arrow‘s upcoming finale:

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is expected to return in the fall. “There will be an explanation in season 3 about why you’re not seeing dinosaurs running through Central City,” Guggenheim says. After interacting with their past selves in order to prevent the Legion of Doom from getting its hands on the Spear of Destiny again, the Legends created a time storm that landed them in Los Angeles circa 2017 — though there was a horde of dinosaurs and buildings from various eras littered about.

Weinstein Co. challenges MPAA over R-rating for drama about trans teen

“3 Generations   is an important movie for everyone to see, especially transgender youth who are feeling isolated or   fearful and their families. 3 Generations doesn’t have a bad bone in its body, it’s an expression of love, acceptance, strength, and honesty, values that could not be more necessary right now.”

Initially slated for release in September 2015, the film was abruptly removed from Weinstein’s   calendar ahead of its planned theatrical bow. It is important for teenagers to see it and the ‘R’ Rating doesn’t reflect today’s society. Show Full Article After the   Motion Picture Association of America slapped its transgender-themed drama 3 Generations — about one   woman’s (Naomi Watts) struggle to cope with the skeletons in her closet while her teen son, Ray (Elle Fanning), seeks approval to move forward with hormone treatments ahead of gender confirmation surgery — with its adult-oriented R rating, the distributor announced Thursday it will challenge   the industry group’s decision. Boies previously worked to   overturn California’s Proposition 8, which banned gay marriage, in 2009 and pushed back against   censorship again Carol, Weinstein’s 2015 lesbian drama starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara. The Weinstein Company is prepared to go to battle for a wider audience. Per the MPAA’s website, any films that earns an R-rating “contains some adult material,” while “parents are urged to learn more about the film before taking their young children with them.”
Hollywood lawyer David Boies is teaming with Weinstein as they plan their dissent. Watts, who served as executive producer, added: “This film is a beautiful and touching story about family and identity. It’s ridiculous to have an R rating which would prevent this audience from seeing the film.” Susan Sarandon, who plays ray’s lesbian grandmother in the Gaby Dellal-directed project, said via press statement. In the recent past, Weinstein successfully protested the MPAA’s   R-rating of the 2011 documentary Bully, which   was initially   rated R but was later released as a PG-13 title. Dellal then embarked on an eight-week re-edit of the film, which was later scheduled to bow in theaters on May 5. According to a press release, the film received an R-rating for containing language and some sexual references.

Tupac Shakur becomes revolutionary rapper in ‘All Eyez On Me’ trailer

Demetrius Shipp Jr. A new trailer for the film — named after the last album Tupac released while he was alive   — was released Thursday. All Eyez On Me   will hit theaters on June 16, which would have been Tupac’s 46th birthday. Directed by music video veteran Benny Boom, the film   traces Tupac’s life from the beginning. stars as Tupac on his journey from the scion of Black Panther activists to an artist with revolutionary aspirations to an embattled superstar losing his way. Watch the trailer above. More than 20 years after Tupac Shakur was shot to death in Las Vegas, the California rapper retains iconic status within pop culture. Show Full Article Although Tupac’s   career lasted less than a decade and was cut brutally short at its height, he produced a wide swath of music (from party records like “I Get Around” and “California Love” to deeply felt odes like “Dear Mama”) that left a lasting imprint on the hip-hop genre. Jamal Woolard reprises his role as Tupac’s friend and rival The Notorious B.I.G. from the 2009 biopic   Notorious   (where Anthony Mackie played Tupac). The trailer shows Tupac and Biggie’s early friendship (with Tupac even advising Biggie that they should “use their platform to make change”) and their later dissolution into a famously   fatal rivalry. The upcoming Tupac Shakur biopic   All Eyez On Me   aims separate truth   from myth.

Don Rickles dies: Celebrities pay tribute

Smart, funny, a pro and most important deeply and honestly kind. #RIPDonRickles
— Jorge Garcia (@jorgegarcia) April 6, 2017

I was honored to be Don's pal and work with him. — Jim Gaffigan (@JimGaffigan) April 6, 2017

RIP to this sweet and lovely man pic.twitter.com/j8mseq1aSY
— Andy Richter (@AndyRichter) April 6, 2017

Don Rickles, you kept us laughing for so many years. Thanks for the zingers. A beautiful husband and father. For sheer laughs and fearlessness, he's king. My heart smiled. Rest In Peace buddy. pic.twitter.com/wF9rPQjjVz
— Jim Norton (@JimNorton) April 6, 2017

Don Rickles created a style of stand up and owned (!!!) it his entire career of 60+ years. #RIPDonRickles
— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) April 6, 2017

"Is he laughing? pic.twitter.com/awHklTNlXN
— Fred Willard (@Fred_Willard) April 6, 2017

Don once begged me for a couple of bucks then told me to twist myself into a pretzel. 💔 https://t.co/yAxCZ4Gy4k
— Jake Fogelnest (@jakefogelnest) April 6, 2017

Don Rickles was simply the best. Don Rickles. — edgarwright (@edgarwright) April 6, 2017

I was honored to b publicly humiliated by this comedy titan a few times! xoB pic.twitter.com/yl2mnT32Zz
— Barbra Streisand (@BarbraStreisand) April 6, 2017

Hail hail an original genius vacated this realm! We've lost @DonRickles I love him so. pic.twitter.com/OlmKBY7QoE
— Richard Lewis (@TheRichardLewis) April 6, 2017

A national treasure is gone. Don Rickles, we did not want to ever lose you. My heart is broken. I've gone down a YouTube rabbit hole many times watching his old chat show appearances & roasts. Don Rickles pic.twitter.com/FsZhLdqCvg
— Larry Murphy (@LarryMurphyJr) April 6, 2017

That last voice of old school brutal honest comedy has left us. RIP
— Jeffrey Wright (@jfreewright) April 6, 2017

RIP Mr Warmth, Don Rickles. — billy eichner (@billyeichner) April 6, 2017

Greatest Of All Time https://t.co/b7q4wmpFX0
— Jeff Ross (@realjeffreyross) April 6, 2017

Took this photo at the Don Rickles tribute. — Tom Hanks (@tomhanks) April 6, 2017

Aw jeez. RIP to the funniest. Warmth! Is MLK laughing? One of the funniest men who ever lived. He was quite literally one of the funniest people to walk… https://t.co/IbakEHxwDe
— Dane Cook (@DaneCook) April 6, 2017

RIP Don Rickles, 90. #rip #sad
— Kevin Nealon (@kevin_nealon) April 6, 2017

Don Rickles, such sharp hilarious wit in an era when an insult comic didn't need to be vulgar to be funny. Don Rickles, you old hockey puck. RIP Don Rickles. Spank you, Mr Rickles. It's unparalleled. You were one of a kind. You will be missed -B #donrickles pic.twitter.com/448JH7bGSP
— Barbara Eden (@Barbara_Eden) April 6, 2017

Hockey puck. We miss you already
— Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) April 6, 2017

— Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) April 6, 2017

RIP Don Rickles. One of the funniest people that ever lived, you dumb schmuck. He made me laugh harder& longer than anyone. Don Rickles. https://t.co/eiUUrhG8Ll
— Ron Howard (@RealRonHoward) April 6, 2017

Don Rickles was a cyclone of funny with a heart of gold. He was the reason to go to Las Vegas, to watch a talk show. He was the best, you hockey pucks. I'm deeply saddened to learn that @DonRickles has passed. Warmth), also voiced Mr. We needed him. Don Rickles' talent was limitless. Hanx. Rest In Peace. Ego slayer! 🙁
— (((Joshua Malina))) (@JoshMalina) April 6, 2017

Noise/Funk (or Angels?), B'way, 20+ yrs ago, curtain call: I looked down into the 1st row of the audience. So very funny. — Lewis Black (@TheLewisBlack) April 6, 2017

Rickles was awesome. In lieu of flowers, Don Rickles' family has requested that people drop their pants and fire a rocket. Comic Everest! My xx to his family. Would love to hear what you said on arrival. Kind is what matters. Proud to have been heckled by him from the stage many times! pic.twitter.com/8RvD1hGj2R
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) April 6, 2017

Oof. Warmth which described a kind, loving man. — Danny DeVito (@DannyDeVito) April 6, 2017

This clip of Don Rickles completely taking over Frank Sinatra's interview on Carson will be hilarious forever. Never. https://t.co/w3PgYNjes0
— Fred Willard (@Fred_Willard) April 6, 2017

Honoring @BobNewhart with the great Don @DonRickles Memorable night. #RIP
— LeVar Burton (@levarburton) April 6, 2017

R.I.P. Mr.Warmth. In the wake of his death, celebrities and fellow comedians (many of whom had been influenced by Rickles) took to social media to pay tribute to the comedy giant in a series of heartfelt posts. Rickles .Sweetest, funniest, legend and mensch. — bob saget (@bobsaget) April 6, 2017

A God died today. A gentle soul with rapid fire wit. To know him was a gift. — Penn Jillette (@pennjillette) April 6, 2017

A legend who made fans laugh..an "equal opportunity" insult comic nicknamed Mr. pic.twitter.com/B1IXEa9S4g
— Larry King (@kingsthings) April 6, 2017

As I was standing nearby, #DonRickles once whispered in my wife's ear, "What are you doing with a loser like him?" I was honored. Stewart, Deniro, Rickles, Scorsese, Seinfeld, and the top of Tracy Morgan's head. RIP
— marc maron (@marcmaron) April 6, 2017

Don Rickles is gone at 90 years young. He had no idea who I was. A legend. I saw him give an impromptu wedding toast last yr & he killed! Is God ready for your maniacal wit? — Kevin Pollak (@kevinpollak) April 6, 2017

Legend. He created insult comedy &yet every 1 of his targets felt loved and honored. It's all going to be great" https://t.co/jOriPr9tqu
— John Hodgman (@hodgman) April 6, 2017

So sad to lose Don. #DonRickles
— MichaelRapaport (@MichaelRapaport) April 6, 2017

💔💔💔Don Rickles💔💔💔
— Whitney Cummings (@WhitneyCummings) April 6, 2017

Being skewered by Don Rickles was side-splitting funny. — George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) April 6, 2017

God Bless Don Rickles, aka, Mr. One of the sweetest and most lovely people I had the pleasure of knowing. We will miss you dearly. No, I mean, NO ONE did that. Rickles, who appeared on the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson more than 100   times and starred in John Landis’ Emmy Award-winning documentary about himself (Mr. ;^)
— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) April 6, 2017

Awwww man Rickles is dead. RIP #DonRickles
— Roseanne Barr (@therealroseanne) April 6, 2017


Show Full Article He looked at my face & said "Stop worrying. — Michael McKean (@MJMcKean) April 6, 2017

I saw Don Rickles at the Daily Show once. Potato Head on   Toy Story and appeared on   the   Tonight Show to turn his harsh humor on host Jimmy Fallon. He kept me laughing during 58-years of friendship. — MotherOfPartyGoblins (@iliza) April 6, 2017

One of the funniest, ballsiest comics of all time. #Legends pic.twitter.com/lPUhApgBnJ
— Travon Free (@Travon) April 6, 2017

Don Rickles has passed away.A giant loss. RIP Don Rickles pic.twitter.com/btk6326gav
— Terry Fator (@terryfator) April 6, 2017

Top Dog and King of All Shit Talking Don Rickles!!! Don't worry Dean, Jerry's right behind me." #RicklesInHeaven
— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) April 6, 2017

My friend, my dad, the funniest biggest hearted of them all. — Billy Crystal (@BillyCrystal) April 6, 2017

RIP Don Rickles. But folks… Oh nice, Dean Martin's here. Legend. One of a kind.#RIPdonrickles
— jason alexander (@IJasonAlexander) April 6, 2017

Rickles is gone. Came to a party at my house gave me a dollar and told me to get a nicer place.#RIP
— Craig Ferguson (@CraigyFerg) April 6, 2017

90 years with Don Rickles weren't enough. Hollywood is mourning the loss of Don Rickles, the actor-turned-insult-comic who   died Thursday at the age 90.

Taran Killam on Trump’s ‘SNL’ episode: ‘The president is a moron’

— Donald J. He’s just a man who seems to be powered by bluster.”
SNL viewers may recall the backlash that ensued over Trump’s appearance. What you see is what you get with him, really. “I didn’t get the feeling that he was excited to be there, and it felt like a move for ratings from both sides.”
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Asked if it was an “unpleasant” experience, Killam recalled, “He was… everything you see. A social media firestorm and subsequent petition arose to urge NBC to drop the then-presidential candidate. Over 16 months (and a presidential election) later, Taran Killam, a former cast mate who   impersonated the president during the   opening monologue, opened up about the episode in an interview with Brooklyn Magazine. “Yeah, well, the president is a moron,” he said when initially asked about Trump’s response to   Mike Pence’s Hamilton visit. I mean, there was no big reveal. The   National Hispanic Leadership Agenda, taking issue with Trump’s hateful comments about immigrants, released a   statement that read, “We are appalled that you would enable Trump’s hateful speech for nothing less than a ratings ploy and ask that you rescind the SNL invitation.”

Sources at NBC told EW at the time that those within the network felt there was no difference between Trump’s SNL gig and other media appearances. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 16, 2016

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Since the episode, which gave SNL   a ratings boost, Trump has continuously criticized the late-night sketch comedy series and singled out Alec Baldwin’s impression of him,   saying it “stinks” in an October tweet. Media rigging election! Alec Baldwin portrayal stinks. The actor then went into detail on   the infamous hosting turn: “It was not fun, and most of the cast and writers were not excited to have him there,” Killam said. Didn’t get the jokes, really. He struggled to read at the table read, which did not give many of us great confidence. Remember that time Donald   Trump hosted   Saturday Night Live   in season 41? Watched Saturday Night Live hit job on me.Time to retire the boring and unfunny show.

Revisit John Landis’ 2007 movie about Don Rickles

Warmth   is currently streaming on Netflix, and is available to rent or buy via   outlets like Amazon and iTunes. Mr. Legendary comedian Don Rickles died Thursday at the age of 90, but his legacy lives on   in   his many television appearances and film roles — as well as the   documentary   Mr. Rickles himself won a Emmy for individual performance for his appearance in the film. Show Full Article You can watch   the trailer for the documentary above. The touching portrait of the curmudgeonly comedian who could fire off insults better than any other also contains some surprising tidbits — find out   how   Rickles gave Clint Eastwood the idea to register in hotels under the name “Larry Dickman” — and pays great tribute to one of the most iconic faces of comedy for more than six decades. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project
Directed   by legendary comedy producer John Landis (Animal House), the 2007 doc is made up of hilarious performance clips from Rickles’ career, including his stand-up routines   and TV cameos   (including routine spots on   The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson), with interviews from Rickles woven throughout.