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Tim Goodman: Colbert Will Continue to Thrive After 'Colbert Report'
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Stephen Colbert doesn’t need a send-off or an appreciation — heroes never do. Besides, the man will be back on TV next summer to take over CBS' The Late Show from the legendary David Letterman. No, tonight is just the last night of The Colbert Report on Comedy Central. The world doesn’t lose Stephen Colbert tonight, just his persona. And really, way back in 2005 the idea that said persona was going to be able to maintain a show for more than a couple of weeks was truly up for debate. Watch more 'Colbert Report's' 10 Best Moments Ever If you’ve
- Tim Goodman
Chris Rock to Hackers: 'Top Five' Is "Korean Friendly"
3 hours ago
Chris Rock is taking no chances, and has a message for North Korea: Top Five is totally "Korean friendly." “There are no jokes about North Korea in Top Five. It is so cool for Koreans," he joked during an interview with Washington, D.C., affiliate Fox 5 News. "If you’re Korean, go out and see Top Five. You will enjoy it." Read more Chris Rock Pens Blistering Essay on Hollywood's Race Problem: "It's a White Industry" Though recent controversies surrounding Sony's The Interview have box-office analysts concerned over how the comedy's canceled release could affect other movies' business,
- Aaron Couch