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I had the amazing opportunity to attend a Q&A session with the cast of The Maze Runner, and I just had to know: If the cast could pick an ensemble of movie characters, drop them inside the Glade, and have them interact with their own characters, what movie would it be?
Their answers were quite interesting, with quite a lot of laughs in between.
Dylan O'Brien [laughing]: He wouldn't be very good at running, would he?
Kaya Scodelario: Can we have some girls, please?
Join Thomas, Dylan, Will and Kaya in the Maze, The Maze Runner opens in theaters September 19! »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Star Reporter Cassandra)
We’ve reviewed every summer movie season since 1980 to find out which are the best, and which are the worst. Last week we posted our picks for the worst, and here we post our picks for the best.
2015 and 2016 may just be the most overthetop summer movie seasons yet. It seems like nearly every movie slated for a summer 2015 or 2016 release is heavily anticipated. Because of these impending summers of movie awesomeness, we’ve decided to take a look back at summer movie seasons of years past. The idea of the summer movie season is currently in full swing, but it didn’t catch on immediately. Hollywood had to do its fair share of experimenting to determine what types of films would be most successful. As a result, some summer movie seasons have been better than others. We’ve reviewed them all for you and ranked them from worst to best. »
- email@example.com (G.S. Perno)
Ever since TMZ released the elevator surveillance videotape of the Baltimore Ravens’ Ray Rice punching Janay Palmer, every TV outlet from news and sports shows to show-biz platforms like Entertainment Tonight has replayed the footage ceaselessly. Whenever something bad happens that’s caught on tape, you can be sure TV will air it over and over, with a mixture of self-righteous duty and cynical eyeball-entrapment, until every American with access to a screen will see that bad event multiple times. The result, too often, is that the awful occurrence becomes a numbing rerun, or even more appallingly, background
- Ken Tucker
The singer is still dealing with fallout from assaulting Rihanna in 2009.
More than five years after the fact, Chris Brown is still facing fallout from his 2009 assault of then-girlfriend Rihanna. So it stands to reason that he'd have words for Ray Rice in the wake of his NFL suspension.
Rice was officially cut from the Baltimore Ravens this week after a video leaked in which he could be seen assaulting his then-fiancee, now wife Janay Rice. A lot of people have had a lot of opinions on the matter (including Janay herself), and now Brown is chiming in.
"I think it's all about the choices you make," Brown told MTV News' Sway Calloway when asked what he had learned from his own experience. "With me, I deal with a lot of anger issues from my past – not knowing how to express myself verbally and at the same time not knowing how to cope with my emotions »
Robin Givens addressed the Ray Rice scandal in a new interview released Friday, Sept. 12, after the former Baltimore Ravens running back was seen in surveillance footage knocking his then-fiancee (and now wife) Janay Rice unconscious. For the actress and activist, the issue of domestic abuse is deeply personal, as she herself experienced an abusive relationship in her past with ex-husband Mike Tyson. "What's important about this video is that people can't deny it," Givens, 49, told Entertainment Tonight. "They can't say, 'Well maybe it didn't happen. [...] »
Joe Ferullo has been promoted to executive vice president of current programming at CBS Television Distribution. In his new position, Ferullo, previously senior vice president of programming and development, will oversee CBS Television Distribution's first-run series including “Entertainment Tonight,” ‘Judge Judy,” “The Insider,” “Rachael Ray,” “Inside Edition,” “Dr. Phil” and the upcoming “Hot Bench,” which was created by Judge Judy Sheindlin. Also read: Jonathan Sarrow Named CBS's Svp of Television Networks Distribution In his previous position, Ferullo, who joined the division in 2006, spearheaded partnership deals between “Entertainment Tonight” and MSN, and “The Insider” and Yahoo. The division has also hired Becky Brooks, »
- Tim Kenneally
Whoops! Britney Spears let it slip during an interview with Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday, Sept. 9, that her Crossroads costar Zoe Saldana is pregnant with twins. Asked whether she and Saldana would do another movie together, the singer replied, "Who knows? That’s a very good idea. But she’s pregnant with twins right now. So I'm sure she's got a huge future ahead of her." After confirming that the expecting Avatar actress will have her hands full, Spears went on to say of motherhood, "You're not ready. You don't [...] »
Rob Marciano has made his first appearance as ABC News’ senior meteorologist, joining “World News Tonight” host David Muir. Marciano covered Hurricane Norbert, which is now a Category One storm about 150 miles off the coast of California. In his new job, Marciano will appear on “Weekend Good Morning America” and spend his weekdays as part of ABC News’ extreme weather team, headed up by Ginger Zee. See video: Rob Marciano Says Goodbye to ‘Entertainment Tonight': ‘Weather Is My True Passion’ On his last day at “Entertainment Tonight,” Marciano reiterated that weather is his true passion. “This is where I came from, »
- Linda Ge
Joan Rivers, who died yesterday at the age of 81, was an unstoppable performer who made an indelible mark on the entertainment industry. In addition to her stand-up performances, hosting gigs, and other appearances, she also popped up on a number of TV shows, both as herself and as assorted characters. Here are just a few of her best.
1. "Suddenly Susan" (1999)
Kathy Griffin played the (naturally) acerbic best friend of Brooke Shields in this long-running sitcom, and Rivers had a recurring guest role as her onscreen mom. Check out the clip below, and then read Griffin's tribute to her friend and idol.
2. "Curb Your Enthusiasm" (2002)
This appearance was a meta moment, showing Rivers doing her red carpet thing to comedian Richard Lewis, a regular fixture on Larry David's anxiety-fest of a show. The two were old pals in real life from the stand-up circuit. Rivers gets some real zings in during this short clip, »
- Jenni Miller
“The truth is I’m just an old veteran character actor” says Robert Englund as we sit down to discuss The Last Showing, his latest foray into genre cinema. To find one standing opposite the genial and softly-spoken man who devoured so many hours of sleep by searing to the mind the menacing image of claws piercing first the mattress and then the torso, can only be described as ‘surreal.’ As these words flow onto the page there is a realisation that the reason horror cinema earns our affection was so eloquently phrased by Emily Berrington when she said, “There is a desire to feel that tiny part of your mind that otherwise doesn’t get tapped into.” By touching our sensibilities in a way that we crave, these terrifying encounters remain some of the most evocative and defining moments of the human experience, and therein cinema is our fix. »
- Paul Risker
PepsiCo's Doritos brand is asking fans around the world to create a Doritos television advertisement for the chance to see their ads air for an audience of millions. Two winning ads will air for a global television audience with the creator of the ad that receives the most consumer votes winning a $1 million (U.S.) grand prize and a life-changing opportunity to work for a full year onsite as a contractor at Universal Pictures. For more than 100 years, Universal has created global hits from Jaws to E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, as well as the blockbuster films of the Jurassic Park, Fast & Furious, Bourne, Ted and Despicable Me series.  More eligibility details and official rules are available at doritos.com.
This opportunity for aspiring filmmakers around the world is part of the ninth installment of the Doritos Crash the Super Bowl contest. Since it began in 2007, the annual contest has invited consumers »
We all love great movies that, no matter how many times we watch them, we just can’t get enough of: classic movies we absolutely have to watch anytime we see them on TV, like The Godfather, Goodfellas, The Dark Knight, E.T., Indiana Jones and so on and so forth. But what about those brilliant movies which, for a multitude of reasons, we just can’t bring ourselves to ever watch again? Maybe they’re just too messed up, maybe they’re too freaking long, maybe they’re too emotionally draining, or perhaps they’re a brutal combination of all three, but these movies all have one thing in common: every time we think about watching them again, we manage to talk ourselves out of it.
In spite of this, each of these films is brilliant in its own way, a technical marvel, a darkly provocative statement about humanity, a »
- Jack Pooley
Comedian Joan Rivers is slowly emerging from a medically induced coma and making positive steps toward recovery, according to published reports.
“Entertainment Tonight” reported Tuesday that Rivers was slowing being brought out of the coma induced after she stopped breathing on Aug. 28 during what was described as routine vocal chord surgery at a Manhattan clinic. She is hospitalized at New York City’s Mount Sinai Hospital in critical but stable condition.
In a statement Tuesday, Rivers’ daughter Melissa confirmed that the 81-year-old comedian is still on life support. “I know my mother would be overwhelmed by the continued outpouring of kindness and I want to thank everyone for keeping us in their prayers,” she said.
On Monday, E! Online cited a source close to the situation in reporting that Rivers was “on the road to recovery” and making “small, but positive steps” to improving her condition. Joan and Melissa Rivers »
- Variety Staff
A few weeks ago, when TNT’s Falling Skies indicated that our heroes were going to need to visit the moon in the name of having any chance at beating the Espheni, I had concerns.
How will they get there? And in a timely manner? Who in the 2nd Mass has anything remotely resembling training for such a journey? Will Aerosmith give the rights to “I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing”? And so on.
Related | Cable Renewal Scorecard: What’s Coming Back? What’s Cancelled?
Sunday’s two-hour Season 4 finale, which revolved around Tom Mason’s trip to said ball of cheese, »
The pop star tweeted about 'the single life' on Thursday.
Is Britney Spears a single woman?
The pop princess posted a tweet about "the single life" on Thursday prompting speculation that she and boyfriend David Lucado may have called it quits. The couple began dating in the spring of 2013, shortly before Spears began work on her Las Vegas residency.
Ahhhh the single life!
— Britney Spears (@britneyspears) August 28, 2014
Pics: Awkward! Stars Who Work Together After Their Breakups
A rep for Spears confirmed to Entertainment Tonight that the tweet was true -- the 32-year-old singer is, in fact, now single.
Just hours before the tweet, Spears shared this photo from Variety. In it, she appears to be wearing a silver band on that finger as she holds a microphone.
Thank you @Variety & my wonderful team! xo pic.twitter.com/LbdJTMDGnz
— Britney Spears (@britneyspears) August 28, 2014
She also posted an Instagram video on what to do when you're having a "sh**ty »
It's over! Britney Spears and her boyfriend of over a year, David Lucado, have called it quits, her rep confirm to Us Weekly. The news comes just months after the couple battled breakup rumors. Spears took to Twitter herself on Thursday, Aug. 27 and shared the news with world, tweeting, "Ahhhh the single life!" "I'm in love," the "Perfume" singer told Entertainment Tonight during happier times last year. "I like the fact that he's very stubborn and he's stuck in his ways. He's just a simple man. I [...] »
Rob Marciano said goodbye to “Entertainment Tonight” on Wednesday with a smile. He is leaving his job as “Et” co-host to join ABC News’ “Weekend Good Morning America” as its new senior meteorologist. He will also join ABC News’ extreme weather team headed up by Ginger Zee. As part of the team, Marciano will appear across other ABC News properties. “The Insider's” Kevin Frazier will replace Marciano. Also read: ‘Et’ Co-Host Rob Marciano Heading to ‘Good Morning America’ (Exclusive) TheWrap was the first to report that Marciano would be leaving “Et.” During his farewell on Wednesday, Marciano confirmed TheWrap's report that Marciano wanted to. »
- Jethro Nededog
Stephen Colbert is speaking out about Gwen Stefani's now infamous Emmy flub!While presenting at the 2014 Emmy Awards on Monday, the No Doubt singer announced Colbert as the winner of Best Variety Series ... but butchered his name while attempting to say "The Colbert Report."While we're not exactly sure what word Stefani said, it sounded something like "Colbore" or "Colboar." Check out the clip below! The late night host took Gwen's mistake in stride, joking about it backstage with "Entertainment Tonight's" Nancy O'Dell. "[She's] evidently not a huge fan of the show," he said with a smile. "But I'm a huge fan of hers. I want to get her abs. That's what I aspire to." Colbert, who is taking over CBS' "Late Show" from David Letterman next year, continued to have fun with the mistake, referring to Stefani as Stephanie for the rest of the night -- and even »
- tooFab Staff
Is there a J Lo jinx? Iggy Azalea has joked Jennifer Lopez was to blame for her fall at the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) benefit concert on Friday night. The 23-year-old rapper believes the 44-year-old singer caused her to dramatically stumble off the stage whilst she was performing 'Fancy' at the Avalon in Los Angeles because she had brought her ''bad luck.'' The blonde beauty recalled the moment her microphone was switched off when she and Jennifer performed a show together in Chicago a while ago, saying: ''I said, 'At least I didn't fall over,' and she said 'It'll happen to you one day.' '' She added to 'Entertainment Tonight': ''And then I invited her to watch that show [the benefit concert] and I fell off the stage! I was like, 'You're bad luck!' '' Iggy appeared to deal with tumble very well as she was »
The 'House of Cards' star was nursing a bit of an injury on Monday night.
Frank Underwood down!
Kevin Spacey showed up to the Emmys red carpet on Monday night rocking a classic black tux, with a beautiful woman on his arm (journalist Ashleigh Banfield). In his other arm: a cane. Dapper? Of course -- but also functional.
The House of Cards star revealed to Entertainment Tonight's Nancy O'Dell that he was nursing a bit of an injury from the day before. Turns out, Spacey is willing to sacrifice himself for the perfect tennis shot.
Pics: Stars Hit the Emmys 2014 Red Carpet
"The cane wasn't actually planned," he said. "Two days ago on the tennis court, I strained my hamstring in racing for a drop shot -- which I got, by the way! It was the winning point, so at least there's that."
And really, that's all that matters.
Spacey is up for »
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