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Kavanaugh bought the home through a trust six years ago for $7 million. The beachfront property, built in 1955, includes four bedrooms, four bathrooms, a deck and a patio with ocean views. The home is 3,087 sq. feet.
On Wednesday, Relativity laid off 75 employees in the face of looming Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The divisions hit hardest were said to be Relativity’s ancillary fashion, education and digital units.
Kavanaugh, producer of such film and TV shows such as Bradley Cooper’s “Limitless” and MTV’s “Catfish,” has been desperately trying to find new investors or loans to fill a $320 million debt obligation.
According to the L.A. Times, his Malibu estate was up for lease at the end of May at a rate of $65,000 for one month.
The same trust Kavanaugh used to buy the estate controls a »
- Marianne Zumberge
TruTV’s fall lineup promises more of the network’s most popular reality shows, such as the highly anticipated fourth season of Billy Eichner’s “Funny or Die’s Billy on the Street” and Howie Mandel special “Impractical Jokers,” along with a couple new releases. The fall schedule kicks off Aug. 31 with a week-long run of the fan favorite “Impractical Jokers,” leading up to a live special hosted by Howie Mandel on Sept 3. The special will celebrate the show’s 100th episode and includes a first-ever, quadruple punishment to be filmed live in New York City. Also Read: 'Jurassic World »
- Kathy Zerbib
Judging by the fall lineup it announced on Wednesday, TruTV believes the element of surprise is key to a good laugh.
The Turner Broadcasting System-owned cabler has announced an Oct. 8 return of Billy Eichner’s rapid-fire comedy routine “Funny or Die’s Billy on the Street.” The show famously forces unsuspecting pedestrians into the spotlight as they’re forced to answer inane questions or perform stunts with good-natured guest stars. This year’s crop of A-listers accompanying Eichner on his quests include Chris Pratt, Will Ferrell, Anna Kendrick and Julianne Moore.
Meanwhile, hidden camera show “Impractical Jokers” will be partying in August with a week-long celebration that culminates in a celebration of its 100th episode with the “Impractical Jokers Live Punishment Special.” Airing on Sept. 3 and hosted by Howie Mandel, the special promises a “heart-stopping dare that’s above and beyond anything the guys have ever done.”
TruTV also announced »
- Whitney Friedlander
We're halfway through the brand-new Judge Cuts round on America's Got Talent's 10th anniversary season, a format that I find a welcome change from the usual rapid-fire Judgment Week. And thankfully so far, the panel has gotten it mostly right.
With multifaceted entertainer extraordinaire and Nick Cannon look-alike Marlon Wayans joining the crew, let's hope that trend continues. The White Chicks star is the guest of Howie Mandel, who promises that Heidi Klum will snuggle, though Marlon would prefer Mel B. The Spice Girl agrees to a little cuddle, but only if she can be the big spoon.
Check out the America's Got Talent 2015 results below for the Judges Cuts week 3. America’s Got Talent is on NBC tonight (July 28th, 2015) and the judges will continue make cuts for the third straight week. Guest judge and actor/comedian Marlon Wayans will join the regular judges who are Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel, Mel B., and Howard Stern. Like past guest judges (Neil Patrick Harris and Michael Buble), Marlon Wayans will be given the golden buzzer to send an act through right away. Wayans is confident at his ability to judge talent - he says his golden buzzer pick will win in Radio City Music Hall. Check below for live results to find out who that will be and to see who is eliminated. Tonight's recap and results: Updated soon. The first result tonight - Paul Zerdin wins the golden buzzer! Final Results The seven acts going through to Radio »
7 Days in Hell is an HBO TV mockumentary about the greatest game of tennis ever played, a seven day affair between American Aaron Williams (Andy Samberg) and Englishman Charles Poole (Kit Harrington). The movie was released on July 11th, coinciding with Wimbledon 2015. Somewhat in the spirit of wild sports movies like Adam Sandler’s Happy Gilmore, this fictional documentary comes off as sweet, cameo-chocked, and wholly palatable. It was a welcome comedic foil to the real games of 2015 Wimbledon, which saw elation in Serena’s inevitable victory, and felt defeat for the Swiss Maestro.
Serena Williams, who dominated the real court in at 2015 Wimbledon, leads off a massive list of cameos. According to 7 Days in Hell myth, Aaron Williams is the adopted son of Richard Williams, and third lion in the Williams pride. At only forty-two minutes long, this TV short film is definitely worth a watch. Who doesn’t »
- Max Wood
America’s Got Talent tonight (July 21, 2015) on NBC is in the second week of judges cuts and there will be eliminations tonight. Who was voted off? Acts will have one last time to impress judges Howard Stern, Mel B., Howie Mandel, and Heidi Klum before voting. Tonight Heidi Klum invites Canadian superstar and Grammy award winner Michael Buble to join in on the judging and he is given the golden buzzer. Will he use it? Probably and Michael Buble will even join in on one of the acts for tonight's show. The acts are already performing, check below for the full live results as the acts are eliminated tonight. Live results - The CraigLewisBand sings “I’m Going Down” by Rose Royce and they get the golden buzzer from Michael, so they are safe! More results as soon as they are announced. First elimination tonight - Chris Jones is out… »
7 Days In Hell (2015) TV Movie Review, an HBO film directed by Jake Szymanski, starring Andy Samberg, Kit Harington, Serena Williams, Fred Armisen, David Copperfield, John McEnroe, Will Forte, Howie Mandel, Soledad O’Brien, Michael Sheen, and Lena Dunham in a sports concept style mockumentary written by Murray Miller of HBO’s Girls. The days of orderly and methodical tennis are but […] »
- Stephanie King
With the audition round of America's Got Talent's 10th anniversary season in the books, it's time for the revamped Judge Cuts portion of the competition. It replaces (and is superior to, I think) Judgment Week, which had to be renamed because this process will last several of those.
Judges Howard Stern, Howie Mandel, Mel B. and Heidi Klum have narrowed down the advancing acts to their Top 80, and four shows of 20 performances each with seven acts moving on will pare down the group to 28. Those acts will join stuttering comedian Drew Lynch, contemporary dance duo Freckled Sky, gospel singer Sharon Irving and 11-year-old opera singer Arielle Baril -- the Golden Buzzer recipients -- on the stage at Radio City Music Hall for the live shows.
HBO's "7 Days in Hell" airs this Saturday, July 11, at 10 Pm Et/Pt and whew, it's not good. Starring Andy Samberg and "Game of Thrones" star Kit Harington as rival tennis players, the 45-minute special is a send up of the 2010 Wimbledon match between John Isner and Nicolas Mahut, which ran for three days. Bad boy American, Aaron Williams (Samberg) and British home favorite Charles Poole (Harington) battle it out over the course of seven days with interviews and vignettes spliced in-between each day's play and with every passing minute it weighs heavier and heavier on your soul. Williams is something of an Andre Agassi, tennis bad boy that falls on hard times after killing a linesman with an errant serve, while Poole is a dimwitted Brit who can hardly tie his own shoes. Everything from weather to sex with streakers, phone calls from the Queen of England, sex with streakers, »
- Brad Brevet
"America's Got Talent" fans, now that all four of the Golden Buzzers have been used for Season 10, do You think any of the judges completely wasted their power? Vote in our new poll below. -Break- Who will win 'Big Brother'? See exclusive predictions Just like in "Britain's Got Talent," this season's "Agt" Golden Buzzer means that the chosen acts get to go straight through to the live shows. But did any of the judges make the wrong call? Did a better act come along later? Should they have all held out a bit longer? As a refresher, Howie Mandel's Golden Buzzer Act was comedian Drew Lynch. Howard Stern chose to save contemporary dance duo Freckled Sky. Mel B pushed her Golden Buzzer for gospel singer Sharon Irving. And Heidi Klum used her power on young opera singer Arielle Baril. After voting in our poll, be sure to sound off »
HBO has unveiled the full trailer for its upcoming sports mockumentary, called "7 Days in Hell," starring Andy Samberg (That's My Boy) and Kit Harington ("Game of Thrones"). Check it out below. Plot: A parody of cable-tv sports documentaries, the 45-minute film follows bad-boy tennis star Aaron Williams (Samberg) and his idiotic prodigy opponent Charles Poole (Harington) as they compete in an epic 7 day-long Wimbledon match that tests their strength, will and the patience of their fans. The new movie co-stars Lena Dunham, Michael Sheen, Mary Steenburgen, Will Forte, Howie Mandel and Fred Armisen, as well as real-life tennis stars John McEnroe and Serena Williams. It's set to premiere on HBO on July 11th. Trailer: »
Following the first trailer that debuted earlier this month, HBO has debuted the full-length trailer for the upcoming comedy special 7 Days in Hell with even more revealing and hilarious footage. Starring Andy Samberg (Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Saturday Night Live) as Aaron Williams and Kit Harington (Testament of Youth, HBO's Game of Thrones) as Charles Poole, the HBO special presentation 7 Days in Hell debuts Saturday, July 11 (10:00-10:45 p.m. Et/Pt). Prior to its debut on the main HBO channel, 7 Days in Hell will be available on HBO Now and HBO Go, starting July 8.
They were two of the biggest tennis stars of their day: Aaron Williams, a hyper-malcontent American bad boy, and Charles Poole, a dim-witted prodigy who carried England's hopes for a championship on his shoulders. In 2001, these sworn archrivals met for the longest and greatest tennis match of all time: a seven-day, five-set marathon that took literally everything out of them. »
7 Days in Hell Promo 2. HBO‘s 7 Days in Hell (2015) TV movie trailer 2 stars Kit Harington, Karen Gillan, Mary Steenburgen, Lena Dunham, and Andy Samberg. 7 Days in Hell‘s plot synopsis: “A fictional documentary-style expose on the rivalry between two tennis stars who battled it out in a 2004 match that lasted seven days.”
This film looks hilarious, especially the lengths everyone has gone through to make the film look like an actual documentary (including interviews).
We previously published these 7 Days in Hell articles:
7 Days In Hell (2015) Teaser Trailer: Mockumentary on Infamous Tennis Match
- Rollo Tomasi
HBO has released the first full trailer for their upcoming comedy short 7 Days in Hell, which stars Andy Samberg and Kit Harington as rival tennis champs embroiled in the longest, grandest, and most utterly absurd match in Wimbledon history. Samberg stars as Aaron Williams, malcontent and adopted brother of tennis royalty Serena and Venus Williams, and Harington as his opponent Charles Poole, a staggeringly dumb tennis prodigy. Directed by Jake Szymanski (Saturday Night Live, Brooklyn Nine-Nine), the 45-minute short is a mockumentary retelling of the legendary Williams-Poole seven-day fiasco, featuring cameos from tennis pros John McEnroe and Serena Williams, as well as Lena Dunham, Will Forte, Michael Sheen, Mary Steenburgen, Karen Gillan, Fred Armisen, Howie Mandel, and June Squibb as the queen, because HBO knows about good casting. I'm getting a real Blades of Glory vibe here, which is a very good thing in my book. Samberg is rocking a very Chazz Michael Michaels attitude, »
- Haleigh Foutch
Andy Samberg in 7 Days in HellPhoto: HBO HBO will premiere the movie 7 Days in Hell on Saturday, July 11 (10:00-11:00 p.m. Et/Pt) as Andy Samberg and Kit Harington star as tennis stars Aaron Williams, a hyper-malcontent American bad boy, and Charles Poole, a dim-witted prodigy who carried England's hopes for a championship on his shoulders. Today the first full trailer for the movie has arrived. Clearly inspired by the 2010 Wimbledon match between John Isner and Nicolas Mahut, which went on for 11 hours and 5 minutes over the course of three days, the story here is set in 2001 wherein the two tennis rivals play a seven-day, five-set marathon. The movie also features appearances by Fred Armisen, David Copperfield, Lena Dunham, Chris Evert, Will Forte, Karen Gillan, Filip Hammar, Jim Lampley, Howie Mandel, John McEnroe, Soledad O'Brien, Michael Sheen, Mary Steenburgen, June Squibb and Serena Williams. Watch the 7 Days in »
- Brad Brevet
"America's Got Talent" was on fire Tuesday night, with several auditions held outdoors to showcase major stunts. There was Damone Rippy, the 16-year-old flyboarder who got the girls squealing, the Metal Mulisha freestyle motocross team performing "Kiss of Death," and Wally Glen -- who calls himself Pyro Boy, despite seeming closer to senior citizen than senior in high school.
For his act, Pyro Boy covers his body in fireworks, dances around, and explodes on stage. Hearing this, judge Howard Stern announced, "I feel like I've been institutionalized and we're all in one crazy house together, 'cause this sounds nuts to me. I mean, do women get excited by this when they see you covered in fireworks?" Pyro Boy: "They find it hot." Haha. Ba dum dum. But seriously, sometimes they should consider changing the name of the show to "America's Got Issues."
Pyro Boy's audition was set to "Also sprach Zarathustra, »
- Gina Carbone
The summer TV season has barely started and already, there's been a flood of new reality TV shows, everything from Fox's fun "Bullseye," which is basically a reboot of "Fear Factor" but without the gross stuff, to CBS' "The Briefcase," which is just cruel. There's a lot more to come, too. In two weeks, "Big Brother" returns for its three-episodes-a-week, 24/7-online-feeds onslaught of game play and ridiculous competitions. Later this month, ABC is resurrecting "Battlebots" (June 21), and a month after that, Caitlyn Jenner's series "I Am Cait" will debut on E! (July 26). Those are just a few of the dozens of other reality shows that will be airing on broadcast and cable networks this summer (here's my list of them all). But over the past few weeks, several shows have offered unexpected moments and surprised us. Some of the shows are summer staples, and some are brand-new, but they've »
- Andy Dehnart
America's Got Talent has found a new home in the UK.
The long-running series has traditionally aired on ITV2, but will be moving over to truTV for its 10th season.
The entertainment channel will air the new season of the show - which premiered in the Us last month - from Wednesday, July 15 at 8pm.
Original judge Piers Morgan will return to the show as a guest judge later this season.
Get ready for hot tennis action! HBO has released the first teaser for their upcoming tennis-rivalry mockumentary, 7 Days in Hell, which looks back at the tournament that pitted Andy Samberg's Aaron Williams against Kit Harington's Charles Poole. The quick glances we get at the film suggests that director Jake Szymanski, a veteran director of Saturday Night Live and numerous Funny or Die sketches, will be making fun of founding works of the mockumentary genre, including The Blair Witch Project. The film will also utilize tennis stars the likes of John McEnroe and Serena Williams to give the film just the slightest hint of legitimacy amongst the seemingly plentiful guffaws. On top of that, the film will co-star Lena Dunham, Will Forte, Michael Sheen, Mary Steenburgen, Karen Gillan, Fred Armisen, Howie Mandel, and June Squibb. [caption id="attachment_468671" align="alignright" width="350"] Image via HBO[/caption] Otherwise, 7 Days in Hell looks about par for the course, »
- Chris Cabin
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