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Anthony Michael Hall, a member of the 1980s Brat Pack, was convicted of assault after an altercation with his neighbor over a gate left ajar. You'd have thought after all of these years he'd be standing up to defend Larry Lester to keep from getting his buns taped, but sadly, that was not the case. Hall and his neighbor have gotten into some arguments in the past, but this was the first altercation that got physical, according to the neighbor.
AOL reports that the entire incident was caught on film via the gated community's security cameras and it features Anthony Michael Hall shoving his neighbor, apparently over a gate that was left open. The neighbor then fell and broke his wrist and also suffered a back injury as well. Hall's neighbor obtained a temporary restraining order against Hall after the incident, but did not seek a permanent injunction, according to court records. »
Saturday Night Live is kicking off its 43rd season on September 30 with Ryan Gosling, who is a timely host thanks to Blade Runner 2049 also coming this fall, but one problem with the early episodes in an SNL season is that most of the big movies of the summer have already come and gone. So, to celebrate a couple…
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- Sam Barsanti
- Dusty Stowe
Ryan Gosling will host the premiere episode
- Jenna Busch
Ryan Gosling, Gal Gadot, and Kumail Nanjiani will be hosting “Saturday Night Live” to lead off the 43rd season on NBC. The show had a stellar season this past year with improved ratings during a political year and Emmy wins as Best Variety Sketch Series plus acting victories for Kate McKinnon (supporting actress), Alec Baldwin […] »
- Chris Beachum
Wonder Woman‘s Gal Gadot will host the October 7 episode of NBC’s Saturday Night Live, the network said today, with The Big Sick‘s Kumail Nanjiani taking the duties October 14. Musical guests will be Sam Smith and Pink, respectively. The previously announced Ryan Gosling hosts SNL’s Season 43 premiere on September 30, with musical guest Jay-z. Gadot will be making her first SNL appearance coming off a strong summer performance in Wonder Woman. Her SNL spot arrives the… »
TVLine’s list of predicted Saturday Night Live Season 43 hosts has lassoed itself a winner.
Filmdom’s Wonder Woman aka Gal Gadot has been tapped to host the second episode of the long-running sketch series’ coming season, airing Oct. 7 on NBC and featuring Grammy, Oscar and Golden Globe winner Sam Smith in his second turn as musical guest.
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Gal Gadot and Kumail Nanjiani are both set to make their “SNL” hosting debuts next month. “Wonder Woman” and the “Silicon Valley” star will follow Ryan Gosling’s Sept. 30 season premiere, when “Saturday Night Live” returns for its remarkable 43rd season with musical guest Jay-z. Gadot’s Oct. 7 musical guest will be Sam Smith. A week later, Nanjiani’s sketch comedy will be spelled for two songs by Pink. Also Read: Did Tom Hanks Just Tease an 'SNL' Return for David S Pumpkins? (Video) Gosling has hosted the show once before, and Jay-z has rapped on it three previous times. »
- Tony Maglio
Wonder Woman's victory lap continues.
- Kate Stanhope
Gadot will host the Oct. 7 episode with musical guest Sam Smith, while Nanjiani will host the Oct. 14 episode with musical guest P!nk. This will mark the first time either star has hosted the long-running NBC sketch series. “Wonder Woman” earned more than $400 million at the domestic box office, with Gadot reprising the role in the highly anticipated “Justice League,” arriving in theaters Nov. 17. Nanjiani stars as Dinesh Chugtai in HBO’s “Silicon Valley” and most recently wrote and starred in the critically-acclaimed indie comedy “The Big Sick.”
Smith will be making his second visit to “SNL” as musical guest. He recently dropped a new single, “Too Good at Goodbyes,” on Sept. 8 in preparation for his upcoming second studio album release. P »
- Joe Otterson
It sure can be uncomfortable when the shoe is on the other foot.
Jimmy Kimmel has gotten a lot of attention for his on-air commentaries on health care this week, and deservedly so. In laying out the stakes very plainly but cogently, and with a dash of folksy humor, his health care segments have actually recalled the work of an American icon, Jimmy Stewart.
In many of his movies, Stewart would go up against powerful forces who were pushing around the little guy — regular citizens just trying to get by. With heartfelt sincerity and plain speech, Stewart’s characters would point out how unfair and ultimately un-American his foes were.
Of course, Stewart was not the only actor to play this kind of character over the years. The “how dare these big shots hurt my fellow Americans” speech is staple of law dramas on TV and many mainstream movies over the years. The »
- Maureen Ryan
Matthew Broderick is coming to Fox for the holidays.
The two-time Tony winner has been tapped to serve as the narrator in Fox's A Christmas Story live musical.
Broderick steps up to the microphone previously held by Jean Shepherd, the narrator and adult Ralphie Parker in the 1983 classic. For those who never saw the original — which marathons every Christmas on TBS and TNT — the narrator looks back on his favorite childhood holiday and his quest for a Red Ryder Bb gun.
- Lesley Goldberg
Of all the memorable characters Tom Hanks has portrayed over his illustrious career, David S. Pumpkins is at the top of the list for many fans. But it turns out, the Oscar-winning actor really didn't want to do the Saturday Night Live sketch.
Former castmember Bobby Moynihan told Seth Meyers on NBC's Late Night on Wednesday that Hanks didn't quite understand the goofy haunted house bit when they were working on it almost a year ago, and he tried to talk his way of it.
"Tom Hanks, in between dress and air — not a fan of the sketch," Moynihan told the Late Night host. "He thought it »
- Ryan Parker
The show features Eichner asking impromptu quiz show-type questions to people on the streets of New York, often accompanied by a celebrity guest. Past celebrity guests have included: Sarah Jessica Parker, Chris Pratt, Aziz Ansari, John Oliver, Seth Rogen, Will Ferrell, and Anna Kendrick.
“We can confirm that new episodes of ‘Billy on the Street’ will not be returning to truTV,” a truTV spokesperson said in a statement to Variety. “The show is deceptively time-consuming to make and scheduling was increasingly difficult. We had a great run together capped off by the show’s Emmy nomination, and we wish Billy nothing but the best.”
Produced by Funny or Die, the show aired on Fuse from 2011-2014 for its first three seasons, moving to truTV in 2015 for Seasons 4 and 5. Season 5 concluded back in January. The »
- Joe Otterson
In a particularly adept piece of casting, Noah Baumbach has brought together Adam Sandler, Ben Stiller, and Dustin Hoffman as a family in The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected). The latest film from the director of Mistress America and Frances Ha follows the family as they regroup ahead of a celebration of their father’s work as an artist. Also starring Emma Thompson and Elizabeth Marvel, Netflix has now released the full trailer following its Cannes premiere earlier this year.
“Adam Sandler has acted in nearly 50 feature films, the majority of which he’s played the lead. It won’t come as any great surprise to learn that The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) is amongst the best works of his career, comfortably scaling the lower denominators to reach those sparse upper peaks,” we said in our review. “Director Noah Baumbach draws from the 51-year-old’s main talents as both »
- Jordan Raup
Just days after Affleck came to suppport his new girlfriend Lindsay Shookus at the Emmys on Sunday, the Justice League star was spotted alongside his ex-wife at a school function for their kids on Wednesday.
The duo, who have remained dedicated to keeping a united front for their kids — Violet, 11, Samuel, 5, and Seraphina Rose, 8 — dressed casually for the event and were seen walking amicably side-by-side around the school.
Affleck and Garner broke off their 10-year marriage in June of 2015, and officially filed for divorce in April. “We go »
- Mike Miller
There’s no easy way to describe Darren Aronofsky’s latest film, the appropriately titled mother! (appropriate once the pieces start crashing into place). It’s oppressively heavy on symbolism, it’s profoundly unsettling, it’s guaranteed to piss off practically audience member in one way or another. To be blunt: it’s pure Aronofsky and, if its reception from both the Venice and Toronto Film Festivals to the scathingly polarizing reaction its had in its first weekend of release are any indicator, it’s going to cement itself with ease as one of the most thoroughly debated experiences of the 21st century. Whether that’s a good thing or a bad thing is up to you.
In a beautiful countryside manor amidst lush fields and the warmest sunsets (all beautifully brought to life by regular Aronofsky Dp Matthew Libatique and production designer Philip Messina) lives a couple – given no names in the story, »
- William Coffey
In just 10 days, we’ll be getting a brand new episode of Saturday Night Live to kick off the 43rd season of the landmark, late night sketch comedy series from NBC. Ryan Gosling has been tapped to host the season premiere with Jay-z serving as musical guest, and we’ll see if the show can keep […]
The post ‘Saturday Night Live’ Will Air Live Coast-to-Coast All Season, Gets a Museum Exhibit in Chicago appeared first on /Film. »
- Ethan Anderton
The 2017 Emmy nominations hinted at some spectacular actors and shows taking home important awards, and now a few of them have already won big. Alexis Bledel had an exciting win for The Handmaid's Tale, and American Horror Story: Roanoke's superb makeup effects were also acknowledged at the Creative Arts Emmys a few days before the big event. At the Emmys on Sunday night, actors like John Lithgow, Kate McKinnon, Laura Dern, and more snagged trophies for their incredible talents. In fact, the night included a number of historic wins, like Donald Glover's win for outstanding directing in a comedy series (he's the first black person to do so) and Lena Waithe's win for outstanding writing for a comedy series (she's the first black woman to take home the award). Take a look at all the winners below! Outstanding Drama Series The Handmaid's Tale Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series Elisabeth Moss, »
- Quinn Keaney
Image Source: Getty / Rich Fury Elisabeth Moss just won an Emmy for starring in The Handmaid's Tale, putting the star firmly in the spotlight. Before this, Elisabeth might have been best known for her portrayal of '60s career badass Peggy Olson on Mad Men, but she's one of those actors who has always kind of flown under the radar. With her profile rising, we figured it was high time to talk about how fascinating she actually is. RelatedElisabeth Moss Teases Details About The Handmaid's Tale Season 2 She's TV's most famous first daughter. You may see Elisabeth and think Peggy, but her big break was on another TV show. She played The West Wing's Zoey Bartlet, daughter of the president, from 1999 to 2006. Other notable roles from her early years? She guested on a 2007 episode of Grey's Anatomy and played a young Ashley Judd in the 1995 miniseries Naomi & Wynonna: Love Can Build a Bridge. »
- Shannon Vestal Robson
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