Show Full Article The rapper will be inducted alongside Joan Baez, Electric Light Orchestra, Yes, and Journey. Snoop Dogg is set to induct the late Tupac into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame at its induction ceremony this April, Rolling Stone reports. They also teamed up for “Wanted Dead or Alive,” which dropped in 1997, the year after Tupac died at age 25. Tupac’s memory will also be honored this year with All Eyez on Me, a biopic set to hit theaters June 16, while USA Network is developing a television series titled Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and Biggie featuring Marcc Rose as Tupac, a role the actor previously played in 2015’s Straight Outta Compton. This year’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony takes place April 7 at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. The two collaborated on 1996’s “2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted,” a track Snoop performed at Coachella in 2012 alongside a hologram of Tupac.
“Although Carrie and I did not get married, we had taken blood tests in anticipation of maybe having a child and a doctor in Chicago took them for us. 23 when she went into cardiac arrest. A comment which she disapproved of me saying at the time.”
Fisher was aboard a flight from London to Los Angeles on Dec. “Firstly, I feel responsible in part myself for why Carrie is not with us today because I once saved her life applying the Heimlich to dislodge a Brussels sprout,” he shared at the service put together by Todd Fisher, Fisher’s brother and Reynolds’ son. 28, at the age of 84. Because babies and Christmas were great joys for Carrie,” he said. She suffered a stroke at her and Fisher’s property. “So what would the offspring of Princess Leia and Elwood Blues have turned out like?” Aykroyd continued. Here I am going, ‘Wow I’m on a set with Debbie Reynolds.’ ”
He added, “She looked insanely appealing coming and going from her work. Aykroyd later acted alongside her in the HBO Liberace biopic Behind the Candelabra. “Here I found myself in love with a woman who was returning to a former intimate, and might I say a much better choice. Show Full Article “I watched as she went to work immersed completely in the role but she was brilliant. Even with the horn, the glasses and the padding, Debbie was a star. The Singin’ in the Rain star died from a blood vessel that ruptured and caused bleeding in her brain. Dan Aykroyd was one of many celebrities to pay tribute to his former fiancée Carrie Fisher and her mother Debbie Reynolds at the duo’s public memorial service in Los Angeles on Saturday. Her official cause of death was an intracerebral hemorrhage. She died four days later at UCLA Medical Center at the age of 60. This article originally appeared on PEOPLE.com. Her cause of death was listed as “cardiac arrest/deferred,” according to her death certificate. Fisher’s daughter, Billie Lourd, did not attend the memorial service because it was “too soon,” according to a family source. The Ghostbusters actor, 64, revealed that he once saved Fisher’s life when she was choking on a piece of food. “She had long conversations on the phone in my presence with Paul Simon, with whom she was attempting to reconcile at the time of my relationship with her,” Aykroyd recalled. Reynolds died a day later, on Dec. “If I had been with our beloved showboat I might have been able to save her again.”
Aykroyd also talked about his romantic relationship with the Star Wars actress, revealing that she sought advice from musician Paul Simon, whom she also dated. But a woman who confided deeply in me and who valued my counsel.”
He continued, “Throughout the process of her decision to not marry me and wed another, the reward for my unwavering support in whatever decision she wanted to do was the time I had with her as a trusted friend and fellow night hawk.”
The Saturday Night Live alum also shared that he and Fisher thought about having children together. “Funny, quick, spiritual, haunted, pursued, talented, acerbic, deviant, genius, tech motor device engine and music savvy—in other words, we would have had Todd Fisher.”
The comedy actor also spoke fondly of Reynolds, who he said welcomed him when he first moved to Los Angeles. “Debbie would come to the set each day driving her green and tan Cadillac and donning a prosthetic horn and a pitch perfect polish American accent,” he said.
3 is the Legendary/Warner Bros. actioner Kong: Skull Island, which muscles a further $14.4 million over its third weekend in wide release. As expected, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast roars atop the weekend box office for the second week in a row, bounding past a wide crop of newcomers as the month of March sets a new industry standard in record time. 1 – Beauty and the Beast – $88.3 million
2 – Power Rangers – $40.5 million
3 – Kong: Skull Island – $14.4 million
4 – Life – $12.6 million
5 – Logan – $10.1 million
6 – Get Out – $8.7 million
7 – CHiPs – $7.6 million
8 – The Shack – $3.8 million
9 – The LEGO Batman Movie – $2 million
10 – The Belko Experiment – $1.8 million
Show Full Article The expensive $100 million blockbuster should earn back its production budget in the U.S., though its profitability will be determined by how well it performs on the international market. The franchise flick has made $133.5 million in the U.S. Elsewhere, the comparatively low-profile basketball drama Slamma Jamma posts a decent $1.7 million after playing at 502 sites over the weekend. Though they’re technically rivals in the box office arena, the impressive weekend hauls of both Power Rangers and Beauty and the Beast have helped domestic totals push past the $1 billion mark for March alone, making it the month’s best showing in history, according to comScore. Coming in at No. The $58 million production meets modest industry expectations over a competitive weekend through Sunday, earning an estimated $12.6 million — a relatively low number given its star power (Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal star), intriguing alien-centric premise, and effective marketing campaign. At a distant second is Lionsgate’s Power Rangers reboot, which slightly exceeds industry forecasts with a healthy $40.5 million. Per comScore, overall box office is up around 5.5 percent from the same frame last year. The Bill Condon-directed fantasy falls around 49 percent for a sophomore finish of $88.3 million, bringing its North American total to $316.9 million in a mere 10 days. 4 is the heavily buzzed Sony/Skydance thriller Life, which world-premiered at SXSW to solid critical reviews earlier this month. Outside the top five, Warner Bros.’ kitschy contemporary adaptation of the beloved television series CHiPs bows with an estimated $7.6 million — a lukewarm start for director-writer-star Dax Shepard’s latest filmmaking effort, which was reportedly produced on a budget of around $25 million. Falling one spot to No. So far this year, Disney has amassed an estimated $1.3 billion globally. At 310 locations, the Woody Harrelson/Laura Dern vehicle Wilson — helmed by The Skeleton Twins director Craig Johnson — also bows with a soft estimated $330,000, averaging approximately $1,065 per theater. and Canada thus far, with another $258.6 million pouring in from overseas for a global total of $392.1 million and counting. Overseas, Beauty and the Beast adds $119.2 million after opening in territories like France, Australia, and Argentina, cementing the film’s $690.3 global total to date. After breaking the March opening weekend record last week, Beauty and the Beast goes on to score the fourth largest 10-day gross of all time this weekend in addition to posting the fourth largest second weekend tally of all time. Tentpole spectacles tend to do well overseas — particularly in Asia — so the film’s promising domestic launch is only a small start to what could be a long life on screens worldwide in the weeks ahead. Check out the March 24-26 weekend box office estimates below.
“You’re Welcome” marks Maui’s (Dwayne Johnson) first big number in the animated odyssey. In the live-action video, Jordan Fisher sings through the streets of New York before getting a text from Miranda to meet him in a London recording studio, where the Broadway star slays Maui’s rap. Lin-Manuel Miranda shows Maui how it’s done in a new music video for “You’re Welcome,” a song from Disney’s Moana, which the Hamilton creator composed music for. Show Full Article (Miranda can’t really come to the Big Apple, as he’s currently filming Mary Poppins Returns in the U.K.)
This version of “You’re Welcome” features on the official motion picture soundtrack. #YoureWelcome https://t.co/YSNgCtGX60 pic.twitter.com/xiwj5VAVRA
— Jordan Fisher (@Jordan_Fisher) March 24, 2017
Watch the music video above. Hope you guys love it too. Loved filming this with @Lin_Manuel. Hope you guys love it too,” Fisher tweeted on Friday. “Loved filming this with @Lin_Manuel.
Life isn’t a great movie (in fact, it’s kind of a mess). B–
Read the full review here. Mangold shoots the film in a grungy, south-of-the-border Peckinpah palette. And mostly, they succeed. For a film that’s asking hard questions, it takes the easy way out. Rotten Tomatoes: 67%
Now playing. Best to avoid this one like the 405 during rush hour. C+
Read the full review here. Just have faith, the movie says, and you too will be at peace. He’s made a horror movie whose biggest jolts have nothing to do with blood or bodies, but rather with big ideas. Meanwhile, Reilly and the mighty Kong are left to save the picture. Rotten Tomatoes: 99%
Now playing. If it feels like Life succeeds in spite of itself, the important thing is that it succeeds. More than ever, Jackman’s Logan seems like he’s at an existential dead-end, and he’s never exactly been a barrel of laughs to begin with. All that’s missing in the film’s bucolic spiritual way-station is a cornfield. She’s the daughter he never slowed down enough to allow himself to have. The Power Rangers are expected to work some light magic on the weekend box office in the days ahead, but can they also capture the hearts of movie critics? EW’s Chris Nashawaty says:
Cranston’s Zordon tells the teens that an evil fallen Power Ranger (think Darth Vader) named Rita Repulsa has been reawakened from way back in the day and is about to destroy their peaceful seaside town of Angel Grove (and the rest of planet Earth) in her search for the coveted all-powerful Zeo Crystal. Its answers are offered up too easy. But there’s also something about the film that leaves a sour aftertaste. I wish there was just a little bit more of it in this Beauty and the Beast. Power Rangers
Now playing. In fact, the final third of the film is in such a rush to get to its unearned hopeful ending that you get the feeling there must be a far better version of it on the floor of some editing room in L.A. Somehow it manages to keep pushing enough joy-buzzer buttons to keep the audience on edge until the last scene. Since Laura’s mutant physical gifts are so identical to Logan’s, there’s a melancholy to their relationship. They’re saving this one special — and very, very violent child (although there will turn out to be others like her). Don’t worry, though, there’s more than enough corn elsewhere in the movie. Rotten Tomatoes: 21%
Show Full Article B-
Read the full review here. EW’s Chris Nashawaty says:
It’s hard to argue with spiritual movies that are as well-intentioned as The Shack is. C–
Read the full review here. I kept waiting for Jeff Goldblum to show up on their communication screen to say, “Life…uh…finds a way.” Espinosa stages some clever scares and creative kills while the crew make one bone-headed decision after another in their bid to survive (they have a particular knack for opening hatches when they should stay closed). Still, Peele is undeniably a born filmmaker with big ambitions and an even bigger set of balls. Then again, watching smart people make dumb choices is one of cinema’s deepest pleasures. It’s both as manipulative and hokey as that sounds, but occasionally it works well enough that you might find yourself getting choked up against your better judgment. Rotten Tomatoes: 46%
Now playing. But the rest of the film is lazily plotted and only sporadically funny, depending on your tolerance of jokes about sexting the wrong person. Alan Menken and Howard Ashman’s musical numbers are peppered throughout along with some new ones by Menken and Tim Rice. But Get Out’s delicate balancing act gets wobbly in the second half of the film when Peele’s conceptually daring premise unspools with a fairly clichéd genre climax. EW’s Chris Nashawaty says:
Directed by Craig Johnson, who wrote and helmed the far better 2014 Bill Hader/Kristen Wiig comedy The Skeleton Twins, Wilson has some deliciously awkward laughs thanks to Harrelson’s curmudgeonly, childlike performance, but it zips right along without ever landing any emotionally resonant blows. B–
Read the full review here. Jackson barks his great vengeance and furious anger. The loner has to learn to put someone else first. Rotten Tomatoes: 20%
Now playing. B+
Read the full review here. There are a few moments that are genuinely touching and heartwarming enough to put a lump in even the most reluctant moviegoer’s throat. EW’s Chris Nashawaty says:
Logan is essentially a road movie, but it’s a dark one (and a very long one). More than movies or theme parks, Disney has always been in the business of selling magic. It makes light of the grueling process of grieving for a loved one. EW’s Chris Nashawaty says:
Once in the castle, Belle and Beast both quickly (too quickly) change: He goes from cruel captor to fellow booklover; she goes from fiery inmate to besotted Stockholm Syndrome victim in time for their love to save the day. The poor misunderstood guy seems destined to keep proving to humankind that he comes in peace. But it is a really fun one. C–
Read the full review here. Which, come to think of it, is pretty much how anyone should approach this movie if they want to have a good time. They’re too spoon-fed and trite. EW’s Devan Coggan says:
The actual action is exciting enough, and Shepard’s motorcycle chase scenes are a welcome respite of both action and comedy. I kept waiting for a single tear to streak down his big hairy cheek. A cackling sadistic crone with a sweet tooth for gold and insult comedy, Banks’ baddie gives the leaden fight scenes some adrenalin and winking humor. During her quest, she will summon a humongous gold beastie called Goldar. B-
Read the full review here. B
Read the full review here. Meanwhile, Kong does his thing and does it well. Like so much about Condon’s film, the new songs are perfectly fine, but they’re just not transporting. And Reilly delivers sorely needed punchlines between exposition about Kong and the island’s backstory. Rotten Tomatoes: 78%
Now playing. It’s all gibberish, really — blockbuster Mad Libs where you could easily substitute “Zeo Crystal” with “Infinity Stone” and “Goldar” with “Apocalypse” or “Kraken” or “LEGO Joker.” The only thing that makes this battle-heavy second half orgy of green-screen destruction remotely interesting is Elizabeth Banks’ Repulsa. Larson takes surprisingly few pictures for a photographer, but she does get her Fay Wray moment. Rotten Tomatoes: 92%
Now playing. Or, at least, well enough. With so many new (Life, CHiPs) and holdover titles entering theaters this weekend, EW wants you to make good choices at the movies, so consult our Critical Mass reviews guide below before heading to the multiplex this weekend. Rotten Tomatoes: 71%
Kong: Skull Island
Now playing. The rest are, more or less, just bodies lining up for the body count—although some of the kills are surprisingly clever and not worth spoiling. EW’s Chris Nashawaty says:
It’s not giving anything away to say that from this point on, Life is basically a zero-gravity bodycount flick — And Then There Were None in space. The team starts dropping bombs and wreaking havoc on the island, letting you know that the real monster is man himself. Rotten Tomatoes: 39%
Beauty and the Beast
Now playing. There isn’t a lot of hope in the movie. EW’s Chris Nashawaty says:
As for subtlety, there isn’t a whole lot of that either. Hiddleston smolders and briefly wields a samurai sword. The stakes aren’t grandiose, no one’s saving the world. EW’s Chris Nashawaty says:
The first half of the film builds with expertly cranked white-knuckle tension. The crew tries every way it can to kill the thing, but Calvin won’t die. And Chris’ (Daniel Kaluuya) periodic phone calls to his hilariously skeptical black friend at home (LilRel Howery) are like a merry-prankster Greek chorus commenting on the whole get-the-hell-out-of-the-houseness of Chris’ situation. Kong swats the military helicopters out of the sky like a giant swatting pesky flies. You can tell that she knows exactly what kind of film she’s signed up for and she’s decided to have a ball with it.
Each day, we revealed new plots that might have been. Here’s the complete collection of stories. For more Star Wars news, follow @Breznican. In early drafts of the story, his merciless nature was highlighted in the cruel and unusual execution of a member of the Imperial high command. Show Full Article Jyn Erso’s mother started out as a slain Jedi
One early idea directly linked Rogue One to George Lucas’ prequel trilogy and the Clone Wars, setting the opening during the events of Revenge of the Sith. With the Star Wars stand-alone now available as a digital download and coming to Blu-ray on April 4, it was the perfect time to talk to the writer, director, and actors from the film about how it evolved on its journey from the script, to set, to reshoots, and, finally, to the editing room. “He had been living there for so long, he kind of lost it, like Dennis Hopper in Apocalypse Now,” Ahmed tells EW. “And Jyn’s mom was going to be a Jedi.”
Riz Ahmed’s Bodhi Rook was once a kidnapped madman named Bokan
Riz Ahmed says he took the job in Rogue One thinking he would play an entirely different character: a deranged engineer stranded on an electrically charged moon after being kidnapped from the Empire by Forest Whitaker’s Rebel insurgent Saw Gerrera. The TIE fighter scene, a deleted planet, and killed cameos
Jyn Erso’s limping showdown with a hovering TIE Fighter has had fans guessing ever since it appeared in a trailer — but not the finished movie. Finally, we get an explanation (although it’s a frustrating one) about what happened. “The prologue, at one point a long time ago, was going to be the Empire coming to kill the Jedi,” director Gareth Edwards says. Rogue One‘s early alternate ending revealed: A lifesaving escape
Before getting the go-ahead for Rogue One‘s sacrificial ending, the writers came up with an escape plan (for at least some of the heroes) in the very earliest script. Darth Vader had a bonus scene – killing a major character
Darth Vader was always going to be used sparingly in Rogue One, but “spare” isn’t exactly in the Dark Lord’s personal lexicon. Also: We found out how the planet nearly had another close call in Rogue One, details of cameos that were considered, and an explanation for why early footage had Jyn and Cassian running across the beach with stolen data tapes. There’s more than one way to steal the Death Star plans, and last week, EW spent five days exploring some of the abandoned ideas and deleted scenes from the development of Rogue One.
According to Gunn, those who show up for the Guardians double feature will receive “an exclusive poster and souvenir collectible button set.” Tickets for the extravaganza are on sale now. 2 sees the return of Star-Lord (Chris Pratt), Gamora (Zoe Saldana), Drax (Dave Bautista), Rocket (voiced by Bradley Cooper), Groot (voiced by Vin Diesel), Yondu (Michael Rooker), and Nebula (Karen Gillan) on a new space adventure. Kurt Russell (Ego the Living Planet), Elizabeth Debicki (Ayesha), and Pom Klementieff (Mantis) will appear as new characters in Marvel’s galaxy far, far away. Show Full Article In 2012, AMC Theaters screened the entire MCU Phase 1 lineup, beginning with the first Iron Man, as a lead-in to the premiere of The Avengers. Check out the announcement and a new poster below. This isn’t the first time theaters screened back-to-back Marvel movies — in fact, it’s actually one of the shorter marathons. Comparably, four hours seems like a breeze. The writer-director of Guardians of the Galaxy and its upcoming sequel announced on Saturday that a double feature of his Marvel space operas are coming to select theaters in RealD 3D on Thursday, May 4. A more exhaustive blitz took place in 2015 for Avengers: Age of Ultron, and last year, Marvel brought a Captain America-specific marathon to theaters ahead of Captain America: Civil War. Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. “Four hours of Guardians bliss” are coming to theaters, according to James Gunn. The film opens in theaters everywhere May 5.
Styles’ teasers come on the heels of a big week for current and former One Direction members: Zayn Malik dropped a new song titled “Still Got Time” Thursday night, while Liam Payne announced Saturday that he and Cheryl Cole have welcomed their first child. The One Direction member posted three blank white squares on his Instagram this weekend, which he also posted back in September right before debuting three separate covers for Another Man magazine. Since One Direction began an indefinite hiatus in 2016, he’s kept busy taking on a role in Christoper Nolan’s upcoming World War II drama Dunkirk (out July 21) and writing songs for other artists, including Michael Bublé. #HarryStyles pic.twitter.com/3d1VVwMHm0
— Zachary Harms (@Zachary_Harms1) March 26, 2017
In 2016, Billboard reported that Styles had signed a solo record deal with Columbia. @Harry_Styles is going to take over the music industry! It then shows a close-up of his face before a screen reading “April 7” appears. But this time, he also appeared in a televised advertisement teasing a specific date: April 7. The ad, which aired in the U.K., features Styles opening a door as a piano track plays on in the background. Show Full Article EW has reached out to Styles’ rep for comment. If he is releasing a solo single this April, it will mark Styles’ first. Harry Styles is premiering something next month — it’s just unclear what that something is.
Which I think is amazing!”
Watch the interview above and catch this full episode of Entertainment Weekly: The Show, available now on the new People/Entertainment Weekly Network (PEN). I’ve lived and breathed it.”
She is confident, however, that the era of seeing an Asian lead superhero is almost here. “But I’m part of the Asian community. “She’s not a superhero; she’s just an ordinary person who has the guts to fight people with superpowers. It means that I’ve been presented with a lot of really cool opportunities.”
Ultimately, it was the character that drew the actress to the material, potential controversy aside. “I would love to see an Asian American superhero. I’m an actor. Having undergone an intense regime that included “aggression training,” Henwick says Colleen might actually be a stronger character than any actual superheroes on the show. I thought it was a good opportunity to see a really strong female Asian American.”
A really strong female is definitely what we get with Henwick’s katana-wielding Colleen. Go to PEOPLE.com/PEN, or download the free app on your Smart TV, mobile, and web devices. “It was a hard decision to make to join the show. I’m Asian. If anyone understands the conversation, it’s me. And I think it’s going to happen,” Henwick continues. “When I came on to Iron Fist, it was really Colleen Wing that sold it for me. Show Full Article Actress Jessica Henwick has hit what we call a “geekdom trifecta” now that she has appeared in Game of Thrones, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and within the Marvel Universe in Netflix’s Iron Fist, but taking on the latter role wasn’t exactly an easy decision for her. Not because of the material or anything,” Henwick tells Shirley Li during an appearance on Entertainment Weekly: The Show. “There’s something about fantasy and sci-fi that seems more welcoming of different ethnicities. With whitewashing an ongoing issue in Hollywood, the series was already facing some pushback on the casting of Finn Jones as Iron Fist hero Danny Rand, who many felt should have been played by an Asian actor.
As revealed to Martha Stewart Weddings, who were the first to report the news, the nuptials were designed and executed by Beth Helmstetter Events, the confetti-themed bash — based in part on the couple’s desire for a non-traditional event and their mutual affection for Pillsbury Funfetti cake. A post shared by Samira Wiley (@whododatlikedat) on Oct 4, 2016 at 9:08am PDT
Wiley previously told PEOPLE that Morelli was more involved in the wedding planning than her. “But I thought, This will be the one that got away. Yeah, I don’t care. Wiley’s parents officiated the ceremony, according to the magazine, and their music choice was perfect for pop music fans — their recessional was “This Is How We Do It” by Montell Jordan and their reception entrance jam was Justin Bieber’s “Baby.”
The newly minted spouses were both outfitted by Christian Siriano. This article originally appeared on PEOPLE.com. Yeah yeah yeah,” she said. “Accordingly, I was nervous about the first love scene I’d written for Alex and Piper,” she explained. “I found a ring, they shipped it to me,” Morelli added to Out of their engagement. “I was so nervous and terrified she knew it was coming, but she was so shocked that I couldn’t get her to stop crying.”
With reporting by Scott Huver
Show Full Article “I realized I was gay in fall 2012, one of my first days on the set,” she wrote. 💋
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Morelli told Out magazine in December that although she was open with her husband and they tried couples therapy, the issue was obviously not something fixable within their relationship — and that Wiley became a source of comfort in figuring out her next steps. She penned an essay on Identities.Mic at the time detailing her experience. Happy Love Day, everyone. On Saturday afternoon, the Orange Is the New Black star, 29, tied the knot with her longtime partner in an intimate Palm Springs, California, ceremony surrounded by family and friends, PEOPLE can confirm. Guests dined amid centerpieces of flowers and citrus fruits, garlands, sparkling light strands and mismatched glassware. The nuptials’ Palm Springs location was special to the couple, as it was where the OITNB writer popped the question in October with a dazzling yellow-gold engagement ring featuring an asscher-cut diamond. “I loved writing it, loved watching a tenderness emerge in their relationship where passion always seemed to be the ruling principle, but by that time, I was so deep in my own self-doubt that I constantly felt like a fraud.”
Uno mas… #throwback to that one time we got the perfect "kiss me" selfie. Being with her felt too good to be true.”
Later, almost two years after she began dating Wiley, Morelli planned to propose right before they headed out for the vacation so they could use the time in Palm Springs to celebrate the engagement. “I just sort of want to sit back and be like, yeah sure, whatever. Morelli was previously married and split from her husband after she realized she was gay while writing for the hit Netflix series. During the brides’ first dance, a blast of — what else? “Samira became my outlet, and through that process I fell in love with her,” she said. — confetti enhanced the beautiful moment. Yes. It’s official: Samira Wiley and Lauren Morelli are married!
How would he know which individuals upon whom he would be able to rely?”
Watch Pirro’s opening remarks below. Afterward, Ryan declared that Americans will be “living with Obamacare for the foreseeable future.”
Show Full Article .@JudgeJeanine: "Paul Ryan needs to step down as Speaker of the House." https://t.co/LBJGBALEx8 pic.twitter.com/k2tRj9Goz6
— Fox News (@FoxNews) March 26, 2017
A week before the election this past fall, Trump said, “When we win on Nov. However, hours before airing, POTUS seemed to know what the segment entailed, tweeting, “Watch @JudgeJeanine on @FoxNews tonight at 9:00 P.M.” This is the first time Trump has tweeted a tune-in for the show since he was interviewed on it this past August. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 25, 2017
“Americans elected the one man they believed could do it: a complete outsider beholden to no one but them,” Pirro continued in the segment, “and Speaker Ryan, you come in with all your swagger and experience, and you sell them a bill of goods, which ends up a complete and total failure, and you allow our president, in his first 100 days, to come out of the box like that?”
The host clarified her stance, saying, “This is not on President Trump. No one expected a businessman to completely understand the nuances, the complicated ins and outs of Washington and its legislative process. “The reason? President Donald Trump continues to cozy up to Fox News while denouncing most other mainstream media outlets, but his latest promotion raised a few eyebrows: On Saturday, Trump told his Twitter followers to watch Jeanine Pirro’s Justice With Judge Jeanine that night for a segment that ended up beginning with the host demanding Speaker of the House Paul Ryan resign from his post. “Paul Ryan needs to step down as speaker of the House,” Pirro kicked off her show. — Donald J. Watch @JudgeJeanine on @FoxNews tonight at 9:00 P.M. 8 and elect a Republican Congress, we will be able to immediately repeal and replace Obamacare.” That didn’t happen, as the GOP-dubbed American Health Care Act did not secure enough votes to pass. He failed to deliver the votes on his healthcare bill, the one trumpeted to repeal and replace Obamacare, the one that he had seven years to work on, the one he hid under lock and key in the basement of Congress, the one that had to be pulled to prevent the embarrassment of not having enough votes to pass.”
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the network claimed they didn’t speak with Trump on the subject (EW has reached out to Fox News for comment).
“In truth, they say, ‘It’s not TV, it’s HBO;’ they’re not kidding,” Nolan said. And now we have an answer! You’ve seen a lot of looking at A.I., and we were taken with starting a story where you start with them and they don’t know they are A.I. During the panel, which was moderated by EW’s Jeff Jensen, Nolan was joined by Joy, stars Evan Rachel Wood, Ed Harris, Thandie Newton, James Marsden, Jimmi Simpson and executive producer Roberto Patino. The fact that their understanding of the world was limited really [bolstered the story].”
As for season 2, Nolan initially joked that it would be a musical. “It really came organically from the first idea, J.J. Probably. Reddit has already figured out the third episode twist; we’re changing that.” He was kidding. “I’ve been waiting for the message boards on Reddit to tell us,” Nolan joked before offering: “The way that we designed it and the way we shot it… that is really the first decision she’s ever made. “It’s annoying sometimes when people guess the twists and blog about it,” Nolan said, but also noted that “you can’t complain when people are that engaged… just stop doing it, please.” Joy added: “It’s amazing some of the theories he would tell me they were coming up with.”
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But Nolan also stressed that creating Westworld wasn’t just about making twists and turns in order to deceive the audience. But they are already full-steam ahead on writing season 2. and it’s really about what they make of us. During the season finale, Maeve (Thandie Newton) executed what seemed to be the perfect escape from Westworld only to discover that everything she had been doing was programmed. Show Full Article For me, it’s a very emotional moment in the episode because you’re seeing the first freewill.”
However, Nolan was much more cagey on whether Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) had also achieved freewill during the finale when she shot Ford (Anthony Hopkins). “Everyone is trying to rip the medium apart and see how many boundaries you can push,” Nolan said. Though they didn’t tease much about season 2, Nolan marveled at how quickly fans were able to deconstruct the dual timeline storytelling in season 1. We’re terribly excited [about] what we’re writing. Alas, not true. “It’s a 10-hour movie we’re making here. “Isn’t it more fun to just guess?” Nolan said. We’re writing right now. While Westworld co-creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy were relatively tight-lipped about what’s ahead in season 2, they did offer one big revelation during the show’s panel at PaleyFest on Saturday. Get more scoop on what’s ahead here. [Abrams’] pitch of, ‘Well, you can make part of the narrative about the hosts,’ we took that and ran a country mile with it. As for whether they’ll venture to new worlds — like the Samurai World glimpsed in the finale — Nolan, of course, played coy: “God, that would be cool, wouldn’t it?”
Westworld is expected to return in 2018. However, when Maeve ultimately exited the train in search of her daughter — thus abandoning her escape plans — the question remained whether that was her choice or part of her programming.
“Emison is a ship that I feel like a lot of the fans really are on board with,” Mitchell said during the panel, to immediate confirmation from the audience. So we had a fan to keep us cool, and we just had our iPhone playing, and we just sweat by the fire…”
8. Season 7B is an emotional — but informative — roller coaster
King calls the final 10 episodes a long “love letter to the fans,” to be packed with drama as only Rosewood can provide. “We were all crying,” Parrish told EW. During the audience Q&A, when a fan asked whether there was any possibility of an Emison spinoff, Mitchell simply asked, “Would you guys be interested in seeing that?” The crowd responded very much in the affirmative. “There’s obviously the reveal, the main reveal, which is so crazy; it’s so good. Exactly how the season starts
Before the panel, the enthusiastic audience got a sneak peek at the first minute of the 7B premiere. “Without hurdles, the prize isn’t worth anything,” Dougherty added. “Let’s start there.”
Pretty Little Liars‘ final episodes begin Tuesday, April 18 at 8 p.m. RELATED: Pretty Little Liars: Before They Were Stars
2. The whole cast found out the ending together — with mixed reactions
The stars didn’t know how it all ended until the table read of the two-hour finale. That’s what I want. As promised, it picks up just moments after August’s midseason finale, beginning with Spencer, who has recently been shot, in the back of an ambulance. “So many fans simply say, ‘Why can’t they just be happy?’ And who wants to see that? I want there to be bloody murder all over the place. Even during the panel, Benson had difficulty maintaining her composure: “Everything you’re doing right now is making me laugh,” she accused Mitchell and Blackburn, the latter of whom didn’t know what he had done that Benson might have found funny. 5. Marlene King, along with executive producer Joseph Dougherty and cast members Ashley Benson, Tyler Blackburn, Shay Mitchell, Andrea Parker, Janel Parrish, Sasha Pieterse, and Ian Harding, appeared on a panel at Paleyfest in Hollywood Saturday to talk about the end of the series. “I read it and I was like, I don’t buy this,” he admitted to EW. Kind of just how strong this group has to stay throughout these last 10 episodes.”
“Of the last 10, there is a really big reveal at the end of every episode,” Parrish told EW. There’s a Haleb sex scene playlist
When Wieselman brought up the recent developments in Hanna and Caleb’s relationship — especially a certain scene by the fireplace — the audience went wild. Ashley Benson and Shay Mitchell are terrible scene partners
“We are actually the hardest people to work with, to get through a scene,” Benson admitted of her and real-life BFF Mitchell, who recalled one shoot in particular where “the crew was getting upset” that they couldn’t be serious. “Spaleb was fun to dabble with; Haleb is where it’s at. Creator I. Like Pretty Little Liars meets Saw.”
Blackburn’s ideal revival wouldn’t amp up the gore but rather the characters’ maturity level: “Hopefully if we all came back and we were in our mid-20s, we would all maybe deal with it a little differently. “Alison sort of hasn’t dealt with her sexuality, and these [remaining] episodes are about Alison trying to figure out what her sexuality is — and Emily plays a big part of that,” King said. “You’re going to find out who killed Jessica DiLaurentis, who A.D. “So much happens in each episode,” Blackburn told EW before the panel. Later in the panel, the actress spoke about what playing the gay teen has meant to her, saying, “I’m happy because there [needed] to be characters like Emily from the beginning. on Freeform. 1. Everyone’s got ideas for a revival
King revealed at the Television Critics Association press tour earlier this year that they aren’t ruling out the possibility of a revival, and the cast seems to be on board. “We had a whole playlist playing. Get ready for more Emison! “It’s awkward to do a sex scene in front of a whole crew of people and have no clothes on. Here’s what we learned from their conversation, moderated by Buzzfeed’s Jarett Wieselman. The rest of the Liars show up at the hospital right after she gets there — just in time to see Toby arrive there, too. “I do feel like Haleb was meant to be,” Blackburn said. We’ve been waiting so long.”
6. “It was until we had shot and wrapped… I was driving home on my last day, slightly teary-eyed, and it landed on me, who and what this whole thing was, and I kind of went, [gasps], like, in the car, in traffic.”
4. [Blackburn] picked out the songs,” she said. “All the endgames will be endgames, but nobody’s going to get there super easily,” King teased about the final 10 episodes. We have to have some struggle here. Just, like, nip it in the bud a little faster,” he suggested. “I think there are a lot of loose strings which will be tied up — but leaving enough to allow for future things,” Harding told EW of the finale, adding that he thought a revival “would be great.” And his dream scenario for the Liars’ return? is — all of the answers.”
3. Show Full Article No, everyone can’t just be happy! It’s the show that everybody wanted but couldn’t have. You have to earn your happy ending.”
9. Since production wrapped on the series in October, the stars have been sitting on as many secrets as the Liars themselves, but they are happy to tease what fans have to look forward to in season 7B. King likes the idea of “a big, expensive, fancy movie that we shoot in Paris,” and Mitchell agrees, “If [A is] chasing us around Europe, I’d be okay with that.”
While her costars dream of international travel and R-ratings, however, Parker has one simple wish: “I’d like to be alive,” she told EW. “Most of us were just, mouth agape,” Parker said. That was a really good scene.” “It was not romantic,” Benson recalled — but they did their best. “I was leaning towards [another] actress.” But “Shay just nailed it” in her final audition, and nabbed the role. Blackburn was “stoked,” and Mitchell was “blown away” — but Harding was not immediately sold. “We come back and then the show moves [to], like, Netflix, so we do it up: Suddenly there’s, like, swearing and full-blown nudity. “I’m not trying to be unprofessional by laughing on this stage, but every time I look at Tyler’s face I start laughing!”
7. But also just where the relationships end up — that’s another thing that fans are really going to love. Pretty Little Liars has only 10 episodes — and at least as many unsolved mysteries — left before fans say goodbye to Rosewood. Mitchell was King’s second choice to play Emily
Speaking of Emison, half of the ship was almost completely different. “We had a really hard time finding our Emily, and it was down to the wire,” King said.
The film, directed by Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg, will open in theaters on May 26. With it, he’ll have total command of the seas and the power to stop Salazar from taking him from the land of the living. Watch the new teaser below. The Maze Runner actress gets a larger spotlight in the new teaser for Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. Show Full Article The footage, released across Disney’s Facebook and Twitter feeds, glimpses more of Captain Jack’s drunken antics, as well as recycled looks at Javier Bardem’s vengeful ghost Captain Salazar. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales also features Geoffrey Rush as Captain Hector Barbossa, Orlando Bloom as Will Turner, Stephen Graham as Scrum, Kevin R. “Are all pirates this stupid?” Carina asks, to which the crew agrees, yes, they are. “I’m a woman of science. McNally as Joshamee Gibbs, Brenton Thwaites as a Royal Navy sailor Henry, and Golshifteh Farahani as the sea witch Shansa. I choose not to believe in ghosts,” her character, Carina Smyth, proclaims in the face of a phantom army chasing after Johnny Depp’s Jack Sparrow. Carina, an astronomer, plays a part in Jack’s mission to track down the mystical artifact known as the Trident of Poseidon. Kaya Scodelario ain’t afraid of no ghosts.
“The threat’s always evolving, so we always have to be evolving.”
Wolf executive produces Inside the FBI: New York, which hails from Marc Levin. Watch the promo above. Each episode promises to put a spotlight on a division within the New York office, including Counter Terrorism, Gang Units, Cyber Crimes, and Human Trafficking. But with Inside the FBI: New York, the docuseries hones in on the real world of the Bureau’s New York field office. RELATED: 12 Law & Order Episodes Ripped From the Headlines
“Marc and his team were embedded with the FBI’s flagship New York office for over a year, and his extraordinary access has resulted in a never-before-seen look at the lives and work of the FBI agents who keep Americans safe,” Wolf said in a statement (via Deadline). A new promo from USA Network offers a first look at the upcoming project and announces a premiere for Thursday, April 27 at 10 p.m. Dick Wolf has long fused fact with fiction in his Law & Order series, as many episodes were inspired by actual events. ET. “While we do care about what’s going on overseas, New York is home, and this is where I’m worried about. Show Full Article Anytime something happens here, I take it personal,” agents say in the footage.
Watch the “Intense Staredown” in the clip below. In the latest rendition, the late-night host cracks up while listening to Reedus’ goat confession. Norman Reedus has some enlightening revelations about the mysteries of the world. Show Full Article RELATED: The Walking Dead Season 7: 6 Exclusive Photos
Elsewhere, Reedus muses over Chipotle haiku while rubbing his nipples, before he and Fallon succumb to the meditative melodies of Earth, Wind, and Fire. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET on NBC. “My mother is a woman, my father is a goat, I am a man — but you don’t wanna see my down-there area, that’s all goat stuff,” the actor jokes. The Walking Dead star walks in the footsteps of Jared Leto and Robert Downey Jr., who channeled Tibetan monks while perching on alpine stones with Fallon. “Open your eyes to see the world, close your eyes to see your mind, squint your eyes to see the secret dolphin in the Magic Eye poster,” he says in Jimmy Fallon’s “Intense Staredown” from The Tonight Show on Friday night.
— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) March 25, 2017
The memorial, which began at 1 p.m. For they are a part of us all.” He recalled in a separate collage, “Then there was the time she promised if I went 1st-she’d heckle my funeral. pic.twitter.com/D3obeK00PH
— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) March 25, 2017
Then there was the time she promised if I went 1st-she'd heckle my funeral. Hamill retweeted one attendee who shared an image of the memorial program. Fiercely funny-I know she would also like us all to laugh today. pic.twitter.com/hRiwg13Zs3
— Jen (@GRRRLISME) March 25, 2017
Reynolds was buried at Forest Lawn with a portion of Fisher’s ashes following private memorial services for the women in December. PT on Saturday, featured a dance tribute from the Debbie Reynolds Studio, as well as music from Star Wars composer John Williams, the Gay Men’s Chorus of L.A., and singer James Blunt. Show Full Article Fiercely funny-I know she would also like us all to laugh today.”
Fisher, who led the cast of the original Star Wars trilogy with Hamill and Harrison Ford, died Dec. Three months later, crowds gathered for a public memorial held at Forest Lawn, Hollywood Hills to pay their respects. “We Remember Them…” he wrote in a Twitter post, accompanied by images of the mother-daughter duo through the years. Mark Hamill paid tribute to Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds as their public memorial began in California on Saturday. We Remember Them…As long as we live, they too shall live.For they are a part of us all. 27 in Los Angeles. “In lieu of flowers, we kindly ask you to honor Debbie and Carrie’s incredible legacy by making a gift in their memory to support mental health at UCLA through the Thalians,” the cover read. Reynolds passed away the following day from a stroke. RELATED: Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher Through the Years
See Hamill’s tribute below. PLEASE consider contributing to this very worthy cause. “As long as we live, they too shall live. Handed this @ #CarrieFisher & #DebbieReynolds memorial.
with Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, and Mark Owen of the boy band turned man band Take That. RELATED: Carpool Karaoke: James Corden’s Most-Watched Videos
As it happens, Carpool Karaoke got its start when Corden filmed an earlier segment with George Michael for Comic Relief in 2011 where he reprised his persona from Gavin and Stacey. “And then we realized, ‘Maybe we’ll lose the prison, but what if there’s still some fun for me and George to be in the car and we’ll sing some Wham! Corden hit the streets of L.A. “The fans are different now, like they’re the same people but they’re all older. Instagram it! Do the whole thing,” Corden told bystanders as he handed out their albums. The quartet sang through some of Take That’s classic repertoire, such as “Shine,” “Greatest Day,” “Babe,” “Giants,” and “Never Forget.” They also confronted pedestrians to see if American listeners were even aware of the group. “My original idea was to pick George Michael up from prison in a car,” he had said. Show Full Article songs?’”
Watch the latest sketch come full circle with Take That in the clip above. So like where they used to throw bras and underwear, now is it like just [a] mass of Spanx?” Corden joked. “Tweet it! A British invasion came for James Corden‘s special Carpool Karaoke segment for Red Nose Day, the U.K.-based fundraiser to help impoverished children. Well, more British than usual. “Your wives will love it, your kids will love it,” he promised construction workers.
She was 60. PT, will feature a dance tribute from the Debbie Reynolds Studio, as well as memorabilia and costumes from their movies and roles, and music from Star Wars composer John Williams. The public memorial service for mother-daughter Hollywood legends Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher is Saturday, three months after their deaths that came just one day apart. Taking place at Forest Lawn, Hollywood Hills where they’re both interred, the memorial, starting at 1 p.m. Her funeral service was one day after a private memorial service for Fisher at her Beverly Hills home. 27 in Los Angeles after suffering cardiac arrest on a flight four days earlier from London to L.A. Show Full Article The memorial will live stream at DebbieReynolds.com. RELATED: Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher Through the Years
Fisher died Dec. Reynolds died the following day at age 84 after suffering a stroke at her and Fisher’s property. The Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles will perform, and a tribute song written by singer James Blunt, who once briefly lived at Fisher’s home — the Star Wars actress was also his son’s godmother — will accompany a photo montage. Reynolds was buried at Forest Lawn with some of Fisher’s ashes, which were in an urn shaped like a Prozac pill.
It’s like saving money on your kids’ education by letting them stay home and watch Judge Judy.”
Maher further slammed Trump supporters, saying they “didn’t elect the next Reagan,” but instead “elected every cheap huckster who you should’ve known was full of s— because he was always promising the moon. “The Trump approach to health care was never going to be repeal and replace, it was always bait and switch,” Bill Maher said on HBO’s Real Time Friday night. Earlier in the day, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan pulled the GOP-dubbed American Health Care Act and proclaimed the nation will be “living with Obamacare for the foreseeable future.” But, according to Maher, this plan has always been indicative of “the con man’s approach to everything.”
“Did I say health insurance for all? What a truly novel approach to making health care less expensive: saving money by not giving people health care. “Did I say Mexico would pay for the beautiful wall that keeps drug dealers out and locks the freshness in? Everything is always ‘foolproof’ and ‘100 percent.’” The host likened Trump to Kurt Russell’s used car salesman in the 1980 film Used Cars. Watch Maher’s takedown of Trump’s health care plan in the clip above. “No sense crying over spilt snake oil,” he joked. I meant access to insurance,” the personality said in mocking Trump’s promises. Show Full Article I meant Mexico would pay us back.”
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As quoted by The Washington Post, Trump claimed, “We’re going to have insurance for everybody…much less expensive and much better.” Maher added, “But when we saw the bill it was a giant tax cut for the rich paid by kicking 24 million people off their health insurance.