Though some may not know it, mixed breed dogs are allowed at the Westminster Dog Show, as long as they’re competing in the agility competition, the one portion of the show event that is not reserved for purebred canines only.
For 142 years, rescue dogs have been waiting for their own moment to strut their stuff and it has finally come. On Feb. 19, the Hallmark Channel will air its first American Rescue Dog Show.
Damon came out decked out in Brady's jersey and rocking his football helmet, but it was clear the ruse wasn't going to hold up -- mostly because you could still see Damon's face, and he didn't alter his voice at all.
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After Kimmel pulled the helmet off, the audience went wild, cheering for the Great Wall actor uproariously as an annoyed Kimmel tried to get them to calm down.
"Touchdown!" an extremely amped up Damon yelled at Kimmel. "I won the Super Bowl and I won your stupid show!"
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Kimmel told Damon that his stunt didn't count as being
The Emmy-winning Mad Men star dropped by the Rich Eisen Show for a recent interview and said it was his opinion that while Draper did come up with the iconic Coke jingle, which is hinted at in the series finale, he would not have changed his destructive lifestyle.
"He'd be in his 80s (now) and there ain't no way that guy is getting into his 80s without a massive lifestyle shift, which maybe he did at the end...
During a lunch break on the shoot of Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves, Kevin Costner went looking for, er, 'special mushrooms'...
Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves celebrated its 25th anniversary last year, the year that we also lost the mighty Alan Rickman (who, of course, stole every scene he was let near in the movie). It’s a film that remains a favourite for many, and in a new interview, Kevin Costner has shared a behind the scenes story from the making of the movie. In particular, how a swordfight scene in the movie was nearly ‘delayed’ by a search for some, well, mushrooms. Those kind of mushrooms.
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Appearing on the Rich Eisen Show, Costner described how, ahead of filming a swordfight sequence in the movie, a stuntman suggested
During an interview Thursday on The Rich Eisen Show, Kevin Costner revealed that he went on something of a hunt with his stuntman while the two had some downtime on the set of the iconic 1991 adventure film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.
Costner told Eisen that he befriended the stuntman and that the two — in costume — went off into the wooded location to find some mushrooms. Yes, those kinds of mushrooms.
Costner said he was not having much luck finding any vegetation, but his stuntman did. However, before they took...
There's been talk of a possible third season, and perhaps what the show needs to get back up and running again is an injection of what made the first season so awesome to begin with: namely, Matthew McConaughey as Rust Cohle. The actor has mentioned being
Clad in her trademark fur coat and wearing a Detroit beanie (her hometown), the Queen of Soul sat down at the piano and embarked on a soulful rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner”
A soulful, but long, rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner.”
When she played her last note, the song clocked in at 4 minutes and 35 seconds.
Twitter had a field day with song’s length, as did the game’s broadcaster, CBS, who put up the following graphic.
The graphic showed not only the Vikings’ and Lions’ time of possession, but also Aretha Franklin’s.
Check out some of the funniest Twitter replies:
Sports anchor Rich Eisen simply wrote, “Aretha, for the win.”
Aretha, for the win.
— Rich Eisen (@richeisen) November 24, 2016
Dan Graziano also showed his respect, posting, “Aretha Franklin is pretty far up at the top
Popular recurring guest stars Ted Danson and wife Mary Steenburgen are the latest to sign on to join Jeff Garlin, Cheryl Hines, Susie Essman and series creator Larry David for the upcoming ninth season.
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As the show follows an exaggerated version of David's life, Danson and Steenburgen play themselves on the show. Both actors are also currently appearing on other shows, as Danson stars with Kristen Bell in NBC's The Good Place and Steenburgen plays a lead on Fox's Last Man on Earth.
In June, HBO announced that Curb would be returning after a 5-year hiatus.
"We're thrilled that Larry has decided to do a new season of Curb and can't wait to see what he has planned," HBO programming president, Casey Bloys, said in a statement
It’s spawned heated debate online as long-time supporters of the series come to terms with those characters that were bumped off in grisly fashion. But few have stopped to ask the question, what about those who survived the harrowing ordeal? Well, according to Norman Reedus, Daryl will be one member of the group to feel the brunt of what transpired, and will seemingly go “very, very dark” in the upcoming weeks.
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Chatting to Comic Book about that nail-biting premiere, Reedus stressed that Glenn’s death “weighs heavily” on Daryl, and though he doesn’t necessarily expect Mr. Dixon to become a recluse, a combination of self-loathing and hatred will send
The prolific producer is developing an updated version of his classic ’80s legal drama, which ran for eight seasons on NBC, our sister site, Variety, reports.
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During an interview on the Rich Eisen Show on Monday, Bochco revealed that four months ago L.A. Law scribe Bill Finkelstein approached him with an idea for a reboot. “I called my friends at [20th Century Fox], because they own the show, and they were very interested in having a conversation,
Speaking on the Rich Eisen Show Monday, Bochco said that he has been asked frequently in the more than 20 years since the series went off the air to reboot “L.A. Law,” but has never been interested in doing so. Then he was contacted four months ago by one of the show’s original writers, Bill Finkelstein, who had an idea for a revamped version.
“I called my friends at Fox, because they own the show, and they were very interested in having a conversation, and so Billy and I sat down and we sort of reconceptualized what ‘L.A. Law’ would look like and be about over 30 years later,” Bochco said, adding that he could see some actors from the original series returning for the new version.
Bochco said that Fox “was very enthusiastic about doing it, so
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