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“If you don’t have anything nice to tweet, don’t tweet at all.”
That definitely wasn’t the motto last night on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” during the eighth edition of the host’s “Mean Tweets” segment, which asks celebrities to read out Twitter users’ insulting posts about them. Thursday night’s entertaining compilation featured a new batch of celebs, including Britney Spears, Lena Dunham, Chris Pratt and Scott Foley.
After reading the tweet from their phone, celebrities usually stared, looked despondent or laughed as the audience cracked up. Yet some notable reactions from John Stamos and Adam Sandler gave the crowd more to laugh about.
Some of the gems included were:
“If an alien landed here and demanded a famous person to eat, I’d drive straight to Adam Sandler’s house with a net.”
- Jordyn Holman
Jimmy Kimmel Live! unveiled its eighth installment of "Mean Tweets" Thursday, and the sketch did not disappoint! This time around, host Jimmy Kimmel asked Gwyneth Paltrow, Lena Dunham, Gerard Butler, Ty Burrell, Bob Newhart, Britney Spears, Geena Davis, Chris Pratt, Chloë Grace Moretz, Scott Foley, Michael Chiklis, Ted Danson, John Stamos, Lisa Kudrow and Adam Sandler to read the nasty things people have written about them on Twitter. So, just how nasty were the tweets about the stars? "Gwyneth Paltrow you ugly ass big bird looking bitch, shut the f--k up," the Iron Man 3 actress read. Dunham, meanwhile, was teased about her body. "Unpopular opinion: lena dunham's boobs are dog noses." Neither »
Though Modern Family saw a dip in the ratings last season, it's still ABC 's top-rated series. There's essentially no chance that it will be cancelled but, will the ratings continue to slide this year? Stay tuned.
Modern Family revolves around three Los Angeles families who are interrelated through Jay Pritchett and his two adult children. The ensemble cast is Ed O'Neill, Sofía Vergara, Julie Bowen, Ty Burrell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet, Sarah Hyland, Ariel Winter, Nolan Gould, Rico Rodriguez, Aubrey Anderson-Emmons, and Pierce Wallace.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's likelihood of staying on the air. The higher the ratings (particularly the 18-49 demo), the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available -- usually the next day, around 11:30am Est/8:30am Pst. Refresh to see the latest.
Prepare to have preteen children make you feel like a dummy again on Fox. The network is bringing back the game show “Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader?” with host Jeff Foxworthy. Also read: ‘Modern Family's’ Ty Burrell Inks Overall Deal With 20th Century Fox to Write, Create Comedy Projects The series, produced by Mark Burnett, ran for three seasons on Fox before airing in syndication. A premiere date for the Fox return has not yet been announced. “‘Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?’ shares so much DNA with the Fox brand that it feels only natural to return it to the. »
- Tim Kenneally
Twentieth Century Fox TV has inked an overall deal with actor Ty Burrell. Under the terms of the deal, the “Modern Family” star — who will remain exclusive onscreen to the ABC comedy hit — will write, co-create and develop his own comedy projects, as well as identify promising projects from other writers for the studio to develop.
“Someday I’d like to grow up to be a writer/producer full-time,” said Ty Burrell. “So I’m thrilled to be in business with Fox and to be writing and looking for material with my old pals, and Ucb members Johnny Meeks, Joel Spence, and Mel Cowan — as well as my brother, Duncan Burrell. Aside from my brother, they’re all just so gorgeous.”
Twentieth Century Fox TV president of Creative Affairs Jonnie Davis said, “We love Ty as a performer, of course, but he’s also demonstrated a real talent for developing. »
- Debra Birnbaum
Ty Burrell is expanding his relationship with Modern Family producer 20th Century Fox Television. The Emmy- and SAG Award-winning actor has inked a one-year development deal with the studio behind the hit comedy, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The pact will see Burrell (aka Phil Dunphy) write, co-create and develop original comedy projects as well as identify promising projects from other writers for the studio to develop. He'll continue to be exclusive onscreen for ABC's Modern Family. See more 'Modern Family' Stars Pick Their Favorite Episodes "Someday I’d like to grow up to be a writer-producer full-
- Lesley Goldberg
Ty Burrell has entered an overall deal with 20th Century Fox, which produces his hit ABC sitcom “Modern Family” The deal calls for Burrell to write, co-create and develop comedy projects of his own, as well as identify promising projects from other writers for the studio to develop. Also under the agreement, Burrell will be onscreen only on “Modern Family.” Also read: 18 of TV's Boldest November Sweeps Programming: TheWrap's Guide “Someday I'd like to grow up to be a writer/producer full time,” Burrell said in a statement. “So I'm thrilled to be in business with Fox and to be writing and. »
- Tony Maglio
The people have spoken and they're loving Sam and Shailene!
After weeks of voting on which celebs should make the cut to be nominees in the 2015 People's Choice Awards, the ballot has been crafted and the nominees have been announced.
Anna Faris and Allison Janney, stars of the CBS sitcom Mom, hosted the grand announcement, held at the Paley Center for Media in Los Angeles. The duo were joined by other TV stars, including Katharine McPhee and Dylan McDermott, to present the long list of categories and nominees.
News: Shailene Defends On-Screen Nudity: 'When I Have Sex, I'm Naked'
In movies, 22-year-old Shailene Woodley is the clear front-runner with four nominations, while Sam Smith is leading the music pack with four nominations of his own. Not to be outdone, Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale has secured nominations in both TV and music categories.
Now, it's time to vote again, this time for »
The nominations for the People's Choice Awards 2015 have been revealed.
Shailene Woodley picked up four nominations including Favourite Dramatic Movie Actress and Favourite Action Movie Actress. Her roles in Divergent and The Fault in Our Stars also saw her score two nods in the Favourite Movie Duo category.
22 Jump Street star Channing Tatum received the most actor nominations, getting Favourite Movie Actor and Favourite Comedic Movie Actor nods alongside a Favourite Movie Duo nomination with co-star Jonah Hill.
The Favourite Movie Actress category will see Jennifer Lawrence take on Angelina Jolie, Emma Stone, Scarlett Johansson and Melissa McCarthy. The Hunger Games star also received a Favourite Action Movie Actress nomination.
The People have spoken, and they really like Stefan, Damon and Elena and Meredith and Derek.
The Vampire Diaries and Grey’s Anatomy garnered the most nods as The People’s Choice Awards nominations were announced Tuesday. Each series nabbed six noms, with Once Upon a Time, Supernatural, Castle and Bones clocking in close with five nominations apiece.
The People's Choice Awards nominations are here! The categories for movies, TV, and music have lots of fan favorites in them, like Shailene Woodley and The Fault in Our Stars from the big screen, series like Supernatural and Once Upon a Time on the small screen, and musicians like Taylor Swift. There was even room for newbies, like new Fall shows and artists like Meghan Trainor. The People's Choice Awards will air on Jan. 7, 2015, on CBS, so check out the full list now! Movies Favorite Movie 22 Jump Street Captain America: The Winter Soldier Guardians of the Galaxy Maleficent X-Men: Days of Future Past Favorite Movie Actor Brad Pitt Channing Tatum Hugh Jackman Mark Wahlberg Robert Downey Jr. Favorite Movie Actress Angelina Jolie Emma Stone Jennifer Lawrence Melissa McCarthy Scarlett Johansson Favorite Movie Duo Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Chris Evans and Scarlett Johansson, Captain America: The Winter Soldier »
Opening a film with an attempted suicide is always a risk (the action can go downhill very quickly from there), and The Skeleton Twins features double the trouble. Mercifully, as the titular siblings, Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader manage to keep a sense of humour while, separately, they contemplate ending it all - and it's the strong bond between them that keeps this indie comedy drama from flat-lining. Unlikely as it seems, these sad sacks make for good company.
Having both graduated from Us sketch show Saturday Night Live, it's perhaps not surprising that Wiig and Hader should be on the same wavelength and that pays dividends, but just as important is their lightness of touch with emotional scenes.
After ten years at opposite ends of the country, Milo »
Is it okay to approach a celebrity out in public? And how obligated should one feel to keep multitaskers up to speed as to what's happening on screen? Dalton Ross, EW editor-at-large and resident pop-culture referee, weighs in. I've seen celebs in stores. I just smile and nod, maybe say hello. I don't want to bother them. Is it ever okay to begin a convo? —Sue (@Soozey42) Your instincts are generally spot-on, Sue. Here's the thing about actors: They like attention. By the nature of their profession, they got into the business to be noticed and have accolades thrown their way. »
- Dalton Ross
Our resident VOD expert tells you what's new to rent and own this week on the various streaming services such as cable Movies On Demand, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu and, of course, Netflix. Cable Movies On Demand: Same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pretheatrical exclusives for rent, priced from $3-$10, in 24- or 48-hour periods America: Imagine the World Without Her (documentary; Dinesh D'Souza; rated PG-13) Begin Again (comedy; Keira Knightley, Mark Ruffalo; rated R) Deliver Us from Evil (another possession/exorcism horror flick supposedly based on true events; Eric Bana, Édgar Ramírez; rated R) Mr. Peabody & Sherman (animated; voices: Ty Burrell, Max Charles; rated PG) X-Men: Days of Future Past (superhero sequel; Hugh Jackman, Jennifer...
- Robert B. DeSalvo
Modern Family fans know that when it comes to the holidays, Halloween ranks high on the celebration list for the Dunphy family. Now, they're inviting others into the party: People has a terrifyingly funny sneak peek at the Emmy-winning comedy's upcoming Halloween episode, "Halloween 3: AwesomeLand," which even includes a People magazine shout-out. In the clip, Claire (Julie Bowen) has taken control of house decorating duties, vetoing the idea promoted by Phil (Ty Burrell) of an Awesomeland theme in favor of something spookier. In an effort to win the local decorating competition, the Modern Family modern mom transforms her front »
- Kelli Bender, @kbendernyc
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
Bill Murray was on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" -- and you have to pay close attention to his amazing shirt with what looks like divers on it. His outfit is just everything. Jimmy shared all the great parenting advice Bill gave him before Jk and his wife welcomed their child. "I don't know much," Bill said, "but I talk a lot about what I do know." That's how it should be. He has six boys, so he should know. He shared a good »
- Gina Carbone
Bloody Dunphys! The cast of Modern Family is headed to a psych ward (well, sort of) for their Halloween episode this year, and Us Weekly has exclusive pictures from the special episode "Halloween 3: AwesomeLand," set to air on Wednesday, Oct. 29. "Even though Halloween is Claire's holiday, she allows Phil to take over this year, so instead of her usual fright-fest theme, he decides to turn the house into AwesomeLand!" reads ABC's description of the upcoming episode. In the pics, the Dunphy clan (minus Ty Burrell's Phil) [...] »
Who will be the nominees and winners in the eight television races at the 21st annual Screen Actors Guild Awards? Our new predictions center is now open for you to log your picks. While the Screen Actors Guild Awards for film are typically an excellent predictor of the Oscars, the same hasn't always been true of SAG's relationship to the Emmys. -Break- However, the SAG Awards last January did preview five of the six series winners at this summer's Emmys: "Modern Family," its supporting player Ty Burrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus ("Veep") first prevailed here on the comedy side while "Breaking Bad" and its leading man Bryan Cranston were winners over in drama. But while scene stealer Maggie Smith ("Downton Abbey") won at SAG, "Breaking Bad" supporting player Anna Gunn repeated at the Emmys. With "Breaking Bad" no longer in the race, thr...' »
It seems that every year, one or two independent films successfully make the jump from film festivals and art house theaters to the multiplexes. This year, that movie is writer and director Craig Johnson’s The Skeleton Twins. Starring Saturday Night Live alums Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig as estranged twins that come together after a botched suicide attempt, The Skeleton Twins provides audiences with a sometimes heartbreaking, but ultimately life-affirming look at the meanings of family and friendship.
The movie opens with a brief prologue flashback sequence of young Milo and Maggie as they prepare for Halloween. After the brief set up showing their previous relationship, we flash to present day where Milo (Bill Hader) is visibly drunk and preparing to kill himself. On the other side of the country, Maggie (Kristen Wiig) is on the same wavelength, instead choosing pills over Milo’s booze, drowning, and slit wrist combo. »
- Dane Jackson
In a movie packed to the gills with mission statement moments, the scene that best encapsulates The Skeleton Twins is one of its more ridiculous ones. Suburban New Yorker Maggie, in the midst of the worst day of her life, discovers that the new goldfish she’s just bought have gone belly-up. She throws the guppies into an aquarium with two inches of water, and tries to resuscitate them with desperate swirling and whacks of a wooden spoon. A teary-eyed, manic, and wasted effort, Maggie’s attempt to save a dead fish too closely parallels the viewer’s feeling of watching good people do all they can to save the terminal project that is The Skeleton Twins.
Kristen Wiig stars as Maggie, a married dental hygienist introduced in her bathroom, a cellphone in one hand, and a prescription’s worth of sleeping pills in the other. At the same time, »
- Sam Woolf
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