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Watch Jodie Foster Reprise 'Silence of the Lambs' Role to Investigate Trump-Russia Ties
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Robert Mueller has hit some roadblocks in his inquiry into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election in the past few weeks — but in a new clip on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, he gets some help from Silence of the Lamb's ace FBI student Clarice Starling.
In a parody that aired on Friday's Late Show, Jodie Foster reprised her iconic detective role and questioned "Hannibal Lecter" (played by host Stephen Colbert) in a scene that mirrored her interviews of Lecter as played by Anthony Hopkins in the 1991 film.
In the clip, Lecter professes that he and »
- Katie Kilkenny
Top Hollywood Execs Unveil Anti-Sexual Harassment Commission Chaired by Anita Hill
9 hours ago
Kathleen Kennedy’s proposed industry commission to combat gender inequality is coming to fruition, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
Two dozen top entertainment executives have come together to form and fund the Commission on Sexual Harassment and Advancing Equality in the Workplace, which will be chaired by Anita Hill. The attorney and Brandeis law professor was one of the first whistleblowers on sexual harassment, when she testified against Clarence Thomas during his 1991 Senate confirmation hearing for the Supreme Court. She sits on the boards of directors for the National Women’s Law Center and the Boston Lawyers Committee for »
- Rebecca Sun
'Once Upon a Time' Creators Reveal What They've Learned from Season 7 Reboot
9 hours ago
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from "The Eighth Witch" episode of ABC's Once Upon a Time.]
While the seventh season of Once Upon a Time rebooted the series with a new story, new location, and new cast (only three series regulars returned), it's not the first time the fairy tale series has taken a dramatic turn.
"Every year's a new show for Once Upon a Time," co-creator Edward Kitsis told The Hollywood Reporter. "One year we were in Camelot, one year we were in the Underworld, one we were in Neverland, once we were in New York. So, every year »
- Jean Bentley
Watergate Series from George Clooney the Works at Netflix
10 hours ago
Netflix is eyeing the Watergate scandal as its next high-profile miniseries.
The drama is being developed by George Clooney and Bridge of Spies writer Matt Charman. Clooney’s Smokehouse Pictures will produce the eight-episode limited series, with the film star and his partner Grant Heslov serving as executive producers. The project also hails from Sonar Entertainment, which inked a first look deal with Smokehouse last year.
More to come...
- Bryn Elise Sandberg