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Andrew Dice Clay Recovering After Doctors Discover a 'Partially Blocked Artery'

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Andrew Dice Clay Recovering After Doctors Discover a 'Partially Blocked Artery'
Andrew Dice Clay is recuperating after doctors discovered he had a much more serious condition following his hospitalization for dehydration and exhaustion.

Clay, 60, checked into a Las Vegas hospital last week initially as a precaution but, once there, tests revealed the actor had “a partially blocked artery,” his rep tells People exclusively.

“He thought he pinched a nerve at the gym,” the rep says. “But once at the hospital he was told he had a partially blocked artery and underwent a stent procedure.”

The rep adds, “He’s now stable and resting comfortably with his family at his Vegas retreat.
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Andrew Dice Clay Checks Into Las Vegas Hospital for Dehydration and Exhaustion

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Andrew Dice Clay Checks Into Las Vegas Hospital for Dehydration and Exhaustion
Andrew Dice Clay checked into a Las Vegas hospital to be treated for dehydration and exhaustion Thursday night, a rep for the actor tells People exclusively.

“But he’s fine,” the rep adds. “This is just a precaution to make sure he’s okay.”

Clay, 60, came up in the stand-up comedy world of Los Angeles’ Sunset Strip in the 1980s. He began acting in ’80s sitcoms M*A*S*H and Diff’rent Strokes before landing his own HBO comedy specials.

In recent years, he has appeared on the TV shows Entourage, The Blacklist, Celebrity Apprentice and Raising Hope, as
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Exclusive interview with Syd Wilder from Rideshare

Tai Freligh interviews actress Syd Wilder from Rideshare

Syd Wilder is an actress, comedienne, digital influencer, writer, and producer and will next be seen in the horror film Rideshare, which will premiere Friday October 13th on Amazon Direct. She has appeared in numerous Funny Or Die sketches and parodies, which have garnered over 60 million total views. No stranger to the big screen, Wilder starred as Scarlett in the Universal Pictures film Laid in America. She has over 11 directing credits and 16 writing credits including shorts such as Break Up Moving Service, How to be an Actress in La, and 5 Guys Every Girl Has Dated in La. to name a few. Wilder has her own production company, Beyond My Wildest Dreams Productions, where she produces original content. We talked to her about her movies and the influencer culture in today’s digital world.

Tell me about “Rideshare” and the character you play.
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Dice: Is the Showtime TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Three?

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Vulture Watch What's in store for the Dice man? Has the Dice TV show been cancelled or renewed for a third season on Showtime? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Dice season three. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About? A semi-autobiographical sitcom on the Showtime premium cable channel, Dice stars Andrew Dice Clay, Natasha Leggero, and Kevin Corrigan. The story centers on Dice, as he tries to relaunch his career, with the help of his girlfriend, Carmen (Leggero), and Milkshake (Corrigan), his less-than-bright buddy. Read More…
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TV News Roundup: Fox’s ‘Rent’ Live Musical Sets 2019 Debut, Sanaa Lathan Joins ‘The Affair’

TV News Roundup: Fox’s ‘Rent’ Live Musical Sets 2019 Debut, Sanaa Lathan Joins ‘The Affair’
In today’s roundup, the live musical production of “Rent” will premiere in 2019, Paramount Network offers a first look at Taylor Kitsch in “Waco,” and Sanaa Lathan joins the cast of Showtime’s “The Affair.”

Premiere Dates

The live musical production of the musical “Rent” will air Sunday, Jan. 27, 2019 on Fox. More details and casting will be announced later. Set in New York City’s East Village, “Rent” tells the story of seven artists struggling to follow their dreams during a time of great social and political turmoil. A re-imagining of Puccini’s “La Boheme,” the Broadway show celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. “Rent” will be executive-produced by Marc Platt (“Grease: Live,” “La La Land,” “Wicked”), Adam Siegel, Julie Larson, Al Larson, and Revolution StudiosVince Totino, Scott Hemming and Marla Levine.

The upcoming HBO documentary “The Newspaperman: The Life and Times of Ben Bradlee” will debut on Dec. 4. Told
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Big Brother 19 Host Julie Chen Revealed Who She Thought Should’ve Won Between Paul & Josh

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Recently, Entertainment Weekly did another interview session with the host of long time running CBS's hit reality series Big Brother Julie Chen (above). Apparently, they had a weekly thing going on with Julie where she answered their latest questions about the season 19 Big Brother season. In their latest question and answer segment, we were able to find out who Julie thought should've actually won between houseguests Paul Abrahamian and Josh Martinez. It turns out that she did indeed agree with a lot of other Big Brother fans that Paul should've won. She said he was robbed in the finale show. However, she also pointed out that she didn't like how Paul acted when Josh was trying to give his speech. She also thought Paul should have shown more remorse in his final plea to the jury. Entertainment Weekly kicked off this latest Julie Chen interview by saying, "Well, they say
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‘Hap & Leonard’: Louis Gossett Jr., Corbin Bernsen & Andrew Dice Clay Set To Recur In Season 3 Of SundanceTV Series

Oscar winner Louis Gossett Jr. (An Officer and a Gentleman, Roots), Psych alum Corbin Bernsen and Dice star Andrew Dice Clay are set for recurring roles in the upcoming third season of SundanceTV's critically-praised anthology series Hap & Leonard. Based on Joe R. Lansdale's popular book series, Hap & Leonard follows two lifelong best friends, Hap Collins (James Purefoy), an East Texas white boy with a weakness for Southern women, and Leonard Pine (Michael K. Williams), a…
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Bradley Cooper-Lady Gaga’s ‘Star Is Born’ Moves to May 2018

Bradley Cooper-Lady Gaga’s ‘Star Is Born’ Moves to May 2018
Warner Bros.’ “A Star Is Born” remake starring Stefani Germanotta (Lady Gaga) and Bradley Cooper, who is also directing, is moving up its release to May 18, 2018.

The pic was originally set to open Sept. 28, 2018 but the studio sees it as a strong counter-programming move by putting it in the midst of summer tentpoles. The studio pulled a similar move when it pushed its “Great Gatsby” remake starring Leonardo DiCaprio from December to May, which worked in its favor as the film went to gross more then $300 million worldwide. The film will go up against an untitled Laika production and Screen Gems’ “Slenderman” pic.

Cooper will play Jackson Maine, a country music star who discovers a talented unknown named Ally (Germanotta). As Ally’s career quickly eclipses his own, Jack struggles to accept that his best days may be behind him, putting a strain on their budding romance.

Previous versions of the film include the 1937 film with Fredric March
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‘Gaga: Five Foot Two’ Trailer: The Pop Diva Drops Her Poker Face In Intimate Documentary — Watch

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‘Gaga: Five Foot Two’ Trailer: The Pop Diva Drops Her Poker Face In Intimate Documentary — Watch
The price of super stardom is high — so high that many don’t survive it. Whatever you may think of her music, Lady Gaga has delivered wildly inventive persona along with affirming pop bangers for over a decade now, and lived to tell the tale. In this day and age, that’s an accomplishment worth celebrating, and a new behind-the-scenes documentary intends to do just that. The somewhat enigmatically titled “Gaga: Five Foot Two” released its first official trailer today, and it’s full of the kind of thoughtful and provocative declarations one would expect from the pop the diva.

“When producers wanted me to be sexy, I always put some absurd spin on it that made me feel like I was still in control,” she says, as the trailer cycles through just a mere fraction of her iconic looks. She gets vulnerable at other moments, her voice shaky as
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Dice: Season Two Ratings

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Despite pretty low ratings in its first season, Showtime renewed its Dice TV show for a second season. Will their faith be rewarded? Can this comedy series build up its audience? Will Dice be cancelled or renewed for season three? Stay tuned. A semi-autobiographical comedy starring Andrew Dice Clay, Dice centers on the comedian's attempts at a comeback. The Showtime TV show also stars Natasha Leggero as his girlfriend, Carmen, and Kevin Corrigan as "Milkshake," Dice's buddy. Read More…
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Dice: Is the Showtime TV Series Cancelled or Renewed for Season Three?

Vulture Watch What's in store for the Dice man? Has the Dice TV show been cancelled or renewed for a third season on Showtime? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Dice season three. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About? A semi-autobiographical sitcom on the Showtime premium cable channel, Dice stars Andrew Dice Clay, Natasha Leggero, and Kevin Corrigan. The story centers on Dice, as he tries to relaunch his career, with the help of his girlfriend, Carmen (Leggero), and Milkshake (Corrigan), his less-than-bright buddy. Read More…
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‘The Tick’ Review: The Big Blue Bug Gets Squished by Bad Attitudes in a Frustratingly Bitter First Season

‘The Tick’ Review: The Big Blue Bug Gets Squished by Bad Attitudes in a Frustratingly Bitter First Season
The Tick is as inherently likable as his name is absolutely unappealing. The big blue superhero of inexplicable origins and incredible strength is more like a lovable puppy than the bloodsucking arachnid found on them. He’s instantly endearing, and the more time spent with The Tick, the more love is felt for the pure-of-heart and utterly clueless crusader.

The Tick doesn’t know anything: where he’s from, how old he is, or even if he’s wearing a costume — the costume might be part of him! (In fact, referring to The Tick as a “he” may not be accurate, either.) But none of that matters. All that matters is justice. He just wants to do the right thing, at all times, while making everybody happy. His perpetual joy is infectious (again, like a puppy) and every time The Tick pops up, you know you’re only seconds away from a smile.
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‘The Tick’ Review: The Big Blue Bug Gets Squished by Bad Attitudes in a Frustratingly Bitter First Season

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‘The Tick’ Review: The Big Blue Bug Gets Squished by Bad Attitudes in a Frustratingly Bitter First Season
The Tick is as inherently likable as his name is absolutely unappealing. The big blue superhero of inexplicable origins and incredible strength is more like a lovable puppy than the bloodsucking arachnid found on them. He’s instantly endearing, and the more time spent with The Tick, the more love is felt for the pure-of-heart and utterly clueless crusader.

The Tick doesn’t know anything: where he’s from, how old he is, or even if he’s wearing a costume — the costume might be part of him! (In fact, referring to The Tick as a “he” may not be accurate, either.) But none of that matters. All that matters is justice. He just wants to do the right thing, at all times, while making everybody happy. His perpetual joy is infectious (again, like a puppy) and every time The Tick pops up, you know you’re only seconds away from a smile.
See full article at Indiewire »

Dice: Season Two Ratings

Despite pretty low ratings in its first season, Showtime renewed its Dice TV show for a second season. Will their faith be rewarded? Can this comedy series build up its audience? Will Dice be cancelled or renewed for season three? Stay tuned. A semi-autobiographical comedy starring Andrew Dice Clay, Dice centers on the comedian's attempts at a comeback. The Showtime TV show also stars Natasha Leggero as his girlfriend, Carmen, and Kevin Corrigan as "Milkshake," Dice's buddy. Read More…
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Let’s Talk about the “Dice” Season 2 Premiere

So Dice is rolling again. Yes, the pun was intended no matter how horrible it was. As of last night Andrew Dice Clay’s semi-autobiographical show Dice is back on the air and ready to let the aging star do his own thing yet again. What that thing is seems to be another ode to his already faded and almost forgotten career. At one time in film and TV history Clay was a star that a lot of people would have stood by, but now he seems to be a man trying to keep his grip on the edge of stardom

Let’s Talk about the “Dice” Season 2 Premiere
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SAG-aftra Presidential Candidate Peter Antico Has Plan To Reshape Union

Exclusive: Peter Antico is fighting an uphill battle to become the next president of SAG-aftra, but he believes he has enough support from members to push him over the top when votes are counted Thursday. His supporters include Sylvester Stallone, Cuba Gooding Jr, Mickey Rourke, Andrew Dice Clay and Morgan Brittany. Long an outspoken critic of the union's current regime, he split from the main opposition group, Membership First, because he said they weren't doing enough…
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SAG-aftra Presidential Candidate Peter Antico Has Plan To Reshape Union

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SAG-aftra Presidential Candidate Peter Antico Has Plan To Reshape Union
Exclusive: Peter Antico is fighting an uphill battle to become the next president of SAG-aftra, but he believes he has enough support from members to push him over the top when votes are counted Thursday. His supporters include Sylvester Stallone, Cuba Gooding Jr, Mickey Rourke, Andrew Dice Clay and Morgan Brittany. Long an outspoken critic of the union's current regime, he split from the main opposition group, Membership First, because he said they weren't doing enough…
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‘Rick and Morty’ Review: ‘The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy’ is the First Great Episode of Season 3

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‘Rick and Morty’ Review: ‘The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy’ is the First Great Episode of Season 3
[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Rick and Morty” Season 3, Episode 5, “The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy.”]

It’s not as elaborate as the premiere, not as recognizable a template as the “Mad Max” or “Guardians of the Galaxy” diversions, nor is it iconic like “Pickle Rick.” But with “The Whirly Dirly Conspiracy,” “Rick and Morty” seems to have regained its guiding principles to deliver the best episode of Season 3 so far.

Cutting to the chase in a quick cold open (that finds Jerry doing even worse than we might have previously suspected), Rick drags Jerry from his dismal apartment and on a carefree trip to a planet where death is an impossibility. Protected by a shield of immortality, the two of them kick back with various colored beverages, assuming this consequence-free getaway is the recharge that Jerry needs.

Naturally, that plan is quickly torn asunder by the general manager of the restaurant where the two set up shop. Another collateral victim of Rick’s space misadventures,
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‘Twin Peaks’ Review: David Lynch Bids at Least One Pensive Goodbye in a Powerful ‘Part 15’

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‘Twin Peaks’ Review: David Lynch Bids at Least One Pensive Goodbye in a Powerful ‘Part 15’
[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Twin Peaks: The Return” Episode 15, “Part 15.”]

Throughout “The Return,” David Lynch and Mark Frost have paid tribute to cast and crew who have passed away since the original seasons aired — including a dedication to David Bowie in last week’s episode — but “Part 15” felt like an episode-long tribute to Catherine E. Coulson. The woman known fondly as the Log Lady and formally as Margaret Lanterman said her final goodbye near the end of Episode 15, speaking to Hawk (Michael Horse) over the phone, just as she has all season, and reminding him to “watch for that one […] the one under the moon on Blue Pine Mountain.”

Read More: ‘Twin Peaks’ Review: Big Secrets Spill Out in ‘Part 14,’ But the Truth Lies Within David Lynch’s Dreams

It was difficult and largely unnecessary to absorb plot points when her final words meant so much more than the narrative. Coulson passed away in 2015 and she filmed scenes for “The Return” shortly before her death,
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‘Dice’ Season 2 Review: Andrew Dice Clay Is the New Tony Soprano, But It’s More Bad Than Bada Bing

‘Dice’ Season 2 Review: Andrew Dice Clay Is the New Tony Soprano, But It’s More Bad Than Bada Bing
Dice” Season 2 opens with an “It’s a Wonderful Life” parody.

[Editor’s Note: The following review contains spoilers for “Dice” Season 2. Proceed at your own behest, but IndieWire believes “Dice” is not a show that can be spoiled by sharing genre plot details.]

Titled “It’s a Miserable Life,” the premiere shoots into an alternate reality — fitting, given it airs with “Twin Peaks” in Showtime’s Sunday night lineup — after Dice, the character inspired and played by Andrew Dice Clay, is told the world would be a better place without him in it. Specifically, a rabbi screams at him, “The world would be a better place if Andrew Dice Clay had never been born!”

Be it the fervor with which the words are conveyed or the religious status of the rabbi screaming them, Dice is profoundly affected. The next thing you know, he’s waking up in a hotel room, alone, with a whole new life. He’s not a washed-up comedian anymore. He never was one.

Instead, he’s a bespectacled salesman on a trip to Las Vegas to make a
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