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Paul Reubens is dusting off his red bow-tie once more for a film revival of his iconic character Pee-wee Herman. The comedian confirmed the Judd Apatow-produced film was moving forward during an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, but wasn't able to divulge too many details just yet. "There is going to be one," Reubens said. "And I was hoping I could make this huge announcement tonight, but it's a week away, I think, from being announced."
Reubens, however, did say that production on the »
Sometimes, one actor rolls along who just invites parody—these days, that actor is Matthew McConaughey. Wednesday night, Jim Carrey went on the Late Show and brought back the Matthew McConaughey impression that he popularized when he hosted last week's episode of Saturday Night Live. Carrey first lampooned McConaughey in an SNL sketch that poked fun at the actor's superfluously philosophical, True Detective redux Lincoln car commercials. Letterman requested an impression of McConaughey, which Carrey was totally game for, as he spewed dazed McConaughey-like proverbs while rolling a "booger," which he calls, "not even a booger anymore, it's more of an anchor. »
- Teresa Jue
Better safe than sorry. With so much news about would-be Ebola patients in New York, perhaps Jim Carrey thought it was best to be absolutely sure he was in safe hands during his Wednesday night appearance on Late Show with David Letterman. "This goes in your ear or your mouth or anywhere you feel like," Carrey told Letterman, brandishing a thermometer. "Have you ever kissed a monkey or licked an airport toilet seat?" he inquired.Letterman asked if Carrey was concerned about contracting the disease as he travels around promoting his latest film, Dumb and Dumber To, to which the comedian responded, »
After his remarkable impression of Matthew McConaughey‘s Lincoln commercials on “Saturday Night Live,” Jim Carrey was asked to again delve into that character during his “Late Show” appearance. In character, he once again harped on the idea that McConaughey is rolling a booger as he muses on the imponderables of life's meandering road. See photos: Inside Matthew McConaughey's Cinematheque Night: All His Female Co-Stars Still Love Him “It makes me feel safe, Dave,” Carrey said as McConaughey, still rolling his fingers. “It's not even a booger anymore. It's more of an anchor.” While reminiscing about his third time hosting the NBC late-night staple, »
- Jason Hughes
Luke, when you next have some downtime on that big jet of yours, I’ve got a book for you to read: It’s called She’s Just Not That Into You (or Your Global Brand, Whatever the Hell That Means).
I know you’re probably too busy memorizing scripts for your next foot-fungus-spray commercial — “Luke Wheeler’s FunkAway, for when your tootsies are funkier than a yardbird in a port-a-john ” — so I’ll give you a quick summary. If your fiancée suddenly grows an aversion to being linked to you in print, online and/or via broadcast… if she »
“The Bachelor” will try to spice things up with a 3-hour live premiere The Jan. 5 season premiere will mix in taped segments, such as the limo arrivals, with Chris Harrison live with a studio audience joined by "Bachelor" and "Bachelorette" alums offering commentary, according to TV Line. The live premiere may be a response to concerns that "Bachelor" Chris Soules is "boring" and "as exciting as watching soybeans grow." Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's newly elected successor declines Jimmy Kimmel’s invitation John Tory, who was elected this week to replace Mayor Rob Ford, says he’s not going on the ABC talk show because “I’m not in show business.” He adds: Let’s talk (about) why I’m there. I’m there because the previous guy was the subject of jokes and all the sort of stuff and they’ll probably replay old tapes. I just don’t »
- Norman Weiss
When SNL's Michael Che sarcastically "apologized" to all the women he has catcalled on the street earlier today, he received some major backlash on social media. But the way he reacted to the video of one woman getting harassed 100 times in one day for simply walking down the street was nothing compared to what happened this afternoon on Fox News' The Five. »
- Matt Wilstein
When ABC’s Castle resumes Season 7 on Nov. 10, the titular novelist’s life will get a rewrite, as the Case of the Week tees up a reality in which Kate (played by Stana Katic) never met Rick (Nathan Fillion) — and in which Alexis is brunette, apparently, based on these fresh photos.
Laying out the “rule book” for the reality-skewing episode, showrunner David Amann tells TVLine, “Castle has never written Nikki Heat, because he’s never met Kate, and she has no idea who he is” — not even as a successful novelist, mind you. “The people around him, including Martha and Alexis, »
Are you ready for "eight full minutes of unadulterated, commercial-free Purple glory" on this week's "Saturday Night Live"? Yeah, I don't know what that means anymore either. And you certainly won't find any clues in this week's (relatively abrupt) "SNL" promos featuring Chris Rock and cast member Bobby Moynihan, who briefly tries and fails to affect the music legend's self-perpetuated "mystique." Hot Tip: when women scream about Prince on the street in 2014, it sounds like they're being stabbed to death. »
- Chris Eggertsen
The actress and her former SNL co-star reached a deal with NBC in October 2013 to host both the 2014 and 2015 galas from Los Angeles.
Speaking on NBC's Today, Poehler said that January's awards show will mark the end of her and Fey's tenure.
"It's law of diminishing returns, which is why this is our last time," she insisted. "Unless you want to be a perennial host, there's nowhere to go but down."
Poehler and Fey boosted the ratings of the Golden Globe Awards to a ten-year high with January's ceremony.
They have followed in the footsteps of previous three-time host Ricky Gervais.
NBC airs »
StreamFix keeps you up to date on the best streams of the web. Here's the best of what's up and coming for Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and Crackle this November. Netflix "Portlandia, Season 4" Here is what you need to do: Go right now and watch the episode where Toni and Candice take over the Portland Trailblazers dance team. It is painfully funny, and their final dance routine is a shocking horror for the ages. "Snowpiercer" (Nov. 22) Chris Evans. On a post-apocalyptic train. With Tilda Swinton in her wildest getup yet. What are you supposed to do, not watch this? "Nebraska" (Nov. 8) Alexander Payne's black-and-white Midwestern pseudo-road movie has a bunch of fabulous moments. The shot of Bruce Dern's relatives watching TV in the living room is sincerely one of the most memorable things I saw in 2013. And all hail June Squibb for showing us how to really »
- Louis Virtel
Happy National Cat Day! Wait, you didn’t know that was a thing? Well it is, and TVLine is celebrating this meowst holy of holidays by sharing 10 of our favorite televised tabbies.
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Our picks range from contemporary cats like Witches of East End‘s Wendy Beauchamp to classic kitties like Garfield and Snagglepuss (who isn’t gay and how dare you for even thinking it.)
So go ahead and purrruse our selection of small-screen scratchers, then drop a comment with some of your favorites. Any key kitties we missed? »
Richard Gere’s 1980 film “American Gigolo” is getting a TV remake Jerry Bruckheimer, producer of the original film that also co-starred Lauren Hutton, is behind the latest movie-to-television remake. Says Bruckheimer: “With its signature noir aesthetic, American Gigolo has remained a deeply entertaining, psychological thriller…” Jimmy Kimmel will appear via hologram on the Cma Awards stage After the Cma Awards on Nov. 5, the company behind the Tupac hologram will also make it so Florida Georgia Line performs via hologram in Kimmel’s studio. Metallica will “shake the rafters” for an entire week on Craig Ferguson’s “Late Late Show” The legendary band will spend a weeklong residency the week of Nov. 10 to mark the 10th anniversary reissue of the Metallica documentary "Some Kind of Monster.” Click Read Full Post For More “The Mysteries of Laura” cuts an Al Roker scene The “Today” star revealed this morning that a scene he »
- Norman Weiss
Dylan Penn approves of her dad's girlfriend, Charlize Theron - Us Weekly Neil Patrick Harris and his husband are heading to Ahs - HuffPost Celebrity Kylie Jenner is "bored" of people talking about her lips - Ok! Why Jennifer Lawrence should date Prince Harry - Lainey Gossip Did Gwyneth Paltrow try to sabotage Chris Martin's relationship? - Dlisted Taylor Swift will donate song proceeds to NYC public schools - JustJared Kim Kardashian compares her show to I Love Lucy - The Superficial Freddie Prinze Jr. is the new king of selfies - BuzzFeed Watch Chris Rock's SNL promos - Pink Is the New Blog Kris Jenner's cookbook isn't getting the best reception - I'm Not Obsessed »
“What if we can’t help Nick this time?”
That’s Rosalee’s desperation talking, and it’s talking loudly in this exclusive clip from Friday’s Grimm (NBC, 9/8c).
During the episode, the newlyweds take to the Spice Shop to find a cure for their de-Grimmed pal, but nothing seems to work… until Monroe spitballs an idea that just may mean Nick’s salvation. Can Monroe and his missus pull another miracle out of those little glass bottles?
Press Play on the video below to watch the marrieds try to figure out how to reinstate Nick’s powers.
Just in case you've forgotten... On the next episode of "Saturday Night Live," this Saturday, November 1, Chris Rock will assume hosting duties, with musical guest, Prince. I anticipate this will be one of the most-watched episodes of SNL in recent years. Even I'll be tuning in, despite the fact that I haven't watched the program in a very long time. This will be a return to the series for Rock of sorts, since he was a member of its cast for 3 seasons, from 1990-93. As for Prince, he released 2 albums this month: "Plectrumelectrum" and "Art Official Age." NBC has released promos for the upcoming episode, which I've embedded in »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Chris Rock may be hosting Saturday Night Live this week but the star SNL alum makes it clear in his promos that Saturday's show is all about musical guest Prince. As one might expect with the shy Purple One, Prince himself doesn't make an appearance in the SNL spots, but Rock talks him up. Watch more Chris Rock's 'Top Five': See What All the Buzz Is About With First Trailer In the first spot, Rock teases, "That's right: Prince. He's nearby. Can you find him?" The camera then scrolls over to a purple-clad Bobby Moynihan, who puts his finger
- Hilary Lewis
Still need some inspiration for this year's Halloween costume—or want to commiserate about that costume you can't believe you once wore? Watch the video below. We asked celebs visiting EW's video studio to reminisce about their greatest Halloween hits and biggest misses. In order of appearance: Seth Green, Let's Make a Deal's Wayne Brady, George Takei, Saturday Night Live's Jay Pharoah, Cristela's Cristela Alonzo, The Walking Dead's Alanna Masterson, Constantine's Matt Ryan, Twd's Josh McDermitt, Twd's Michael Cudlitz, Twd's Chad Coleman, Teen Wolf's Holland Roden, Bones' Tamara Taylor, Gene Simmons, Under the Dome's Rachelle Lefevre, »
- Mandi Bierly
Most Saturday Night Live hosts film their episode promos in-studio, standing statically in front of a camera as they rattle off scripted jokes. But Chris Rock isn't your typical host. To promote his appearance on the November 1st episode, the actor/filmmaker/comedian/former cast member hit the streets of New York City, improvising with SNL veteran Bobby Moynihan for a documentary-looking teaser.
Since the episode will feature a legendary musical guest in Prince, Rock and Moynihan focus their material on the Purple One. The first bit finds Rock playing a "Where's Waldo? »
Meet the woman putting a roof over Agent Carter’s head.
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Murder in the First‘s Meagen Fay — who will also appear in the second half of Mad Men‘s final season — has landed a recurring role on ABC’s Marvel’s Agent Carter, our sister site Deadline reports. Fay will play the woman who runs the New York City boarding house where Hayley Atwell’s titular character resides.
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