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While promoting the aforementioned film, the actress revealed that she was originally offered a part in DC’s phenomenally-successful Wonder Woman but had to turn it down, likely due to scheduling conflicts. The star, who was also recently seen as the villain of The Fate and the Furious, was on The Howard Stern Show and explained that director Patty Jenkins had reached out to her about a role in the film, but they weren’t able to make it work.
“No, I’m not in Wonder Woman. We’re friends. I think the world of her. We have a mutual respect for each other. She did come to me, and at the time I was either working on something or I don’t know. »
- Christian Bone
Tony Sokol Jul 18, 2017
The upcoming Queen biopic, tentatively called Bohemian Rhapsody, “Is finally happening,” according to a statement on the band’s website on Friday, and it will star Rami Malek as lead vocalist, songwriter and pianist Freddie Mercury. This had been revealed beforehand, but this also seems to be officially confirmation.
“Rami has great presence and he’s utterly dedicated to the project,” guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor said in a joint statement. “He’s completely living and breathing Freddie already, which is wonderful.”
The film has been in limbo for over ten years as the band auditioned directors and actors, including Ben Whishaw, Dexter Fletcher, David Fincher, and Sacha Baron Cohen, who dropped out in 2013 over creative differences with the band.
“Brian May is an amazing musician. But he’s not a great movie producer, »
The former Mean Girls star, who now lives in London full-time, responded to a tweet showing an image of a Breitbart article in which Trump tweeted that he would be “delighted” to help Charlie Gard, a critically ill British baby that the European Court of Human Rights deemed was too sick to help with experimental medicine.
“This Is our president,” Lohan, 31, tweeted on Monday. “Stop #bullying him & start trusting him. Thank you personally for supporting #Theusa.”
Lohan went on to praise the First Family — including First Lady Melania Trump, »
- Stephanie Petit
Ice-t is making history again, as he’s scheduled to appear as the featured in-studio guest tomorrow morning on ‘The Howard Stern Show.’ The appearance will mark the first time the iconic musician will be interviewed by the notorious DJ on his popular radio show. Audiences can listen to the conversation at 9Am Est, and then […]
- Karen Benardello
In America, the cutting-edge meaning of the First Amendment — that it’s about protecting the speech you don’t like — often gets tested by the outer limits of sleaze. Larry Flynt, the publisher of Hustler, became a First Amendment poster boy because the magazine he was selling was so offensively shabby and low-minded. (That’s what made it a more defining stress test for free-speech rights than, say, Playboy.) In our era, the rough equivalent of Jerry Falwell’s 1984 defamation suit against Hustler, which ultimately went to the Supreme Court (Falwell lost, 8-0), may be Hulk Hogan’s invasion-of-privacy suit against Gawker. It was about a celebrity sex tape, and things don’t get much sleazier than that. But the stark difference in outcome, as captured by Brian Knappenberger’s riveting and resonant documentary “Nobody Speak: Trials of the Free Press,” illustrates how our priorities as a culture are shifting, and not for the better. »
- Owen Gleiberman
If you still think that Howard Stern is only all about the naked women and the art of the shock just to be shocking, then you haven't been paying attention. Because while, yes, the phony phone calls continue and the Wack Pack remains a topic of much conversation, the broadcasting pioneer has stealthily become the most probing, substantive interviewer of celebrities—including the stars whom you would never imagine having the wherewithal to sit down with him, knowing the conversation is going to get personal and then some. "That's me!" Gwyneth Paltrow told E! News a couple years ago after her first-ever interview on The Howard Stern Show, during which she talked about, among many »
The actor starred on That ’70s Show opposite Kunis when he was 19 and she was 14, years before they would begin dating and later marry. At the time, Kutcher wasn’t attracted to Kunis romantically, but rather he viewed her like a little sister.
“I did her chemistry homework for her,” Kutcher, 39, told Howard Stern on The Howard Stern Show radio program on Wednesday. “I think I was her first kiss on the show. We have our first kiss like memorialized on the TV show.”
Reflecting on the first time they locked lips, »
- Natalie Stone
Ashton Kutcher has been a household name in Hollywood for almost 20 years thanks to That '70s Show, but we just found out there's still so much we never knew about him... The 39-year-old actor sat down on The Howard Stern Show today and—as is typically the case when anyone interviews with Howard Stern—he let listeners in on some interesting facts we'd never known about his life. From his first real, romantic hook up with Mila Kunis to his million-dollar investments, Kutcher left few leaves unturned. Here are 14 things we learned: 1. He Used to Consider Kunis a "Little Sister": Kutcher admitted he wasn't attracted to his now-wife when they first started »
Ashton Kutcher says Mila Kunis was lying when she claimed she wasn’t attracted to him on the set of “That ’70s Show,” and he says there’s proof. During Kutcher’s appearance on SiriusXM’s “The Howard Stern Show” on Wednesday, the host recalled Kunis’s past comments about the start of their relationship on the Fox sitcom, which aired from 1998 to 2006. “She said she didn’t think you were particularly good looking when she was 14,” Stern said. “She’s lying!” Kutcher replied. “She has like, a journal or like, a diary from when she was a kid where she wrote, »
- Reid Nakamura
"We've known each other for 20 years. I was 19, she was like 14. I did her chemistry homework for her, »
In a recent visit to “The Howard Stern Show,” Seth Rogen explained that one of the classic jokes in “Superbad” was actually his mom’s idea. One of the ongoing jokes in the teen movie is the fact that Fogell (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) carries around a fake I.D. the whole time with the moniker McLovin.’ No first or last name, just McLovin.’ Near the end of the movie, Fogell is finally getting laid, but ends up getting arrested for statutory rape because of that fake I.D. Also Read: Seth Rogen and Billy Eichner to Play Pumbaa and Timon in »
- Ashley Boucher
Some filmmakers are notorious control freaks who forbid improvisation on set and want everything to go exactly according to their vision. Quentin Tarantino is one of those filmmakers.
During a stop at The Howard Stern Show this month to promote his new Fox game show “Beat Shazam,” Jamie Foxx reminisced on just how controlling Tarantino could be by quoting one of his moments on the set of “Django Unchained.”
Read More: The ‘Django Unchained’ Cheat Sheet: 10 Things That Will Help You Understand Tarantino’s Referential Bloodfest
Tarantino, who Foxx lovingly refers to as a “tyrant” on set, did not like the way the actor was interpreting Django. Instead of playing a long-suffering slave at the beginning of the movie, Foxx was leaning into the character’s coolness, much to the disapproval of Tarantino. Let’s just say the director made sure Foxx got the message.
According to Foxx’s spot-on impersonation, »
- Zack Sharf
Jamie Foxx was on a fast track to blowing his career after he made the movie "Ray" ... and Oprah told him so and scared him straight. The Academy Award-winning actor went on "The Howard Stern Show" and confessed he was drinking and partying way too much back in 2005 when Oprah staged what amounts to an intervention. O called him and told Jamie straight-up he was ruining his career, saying, "All of this gallivanting and all »
- TMZ Staff
Lance Armstrong and his girlfriend Anna Hensen have some celebrating to do.
The longtime couple confirmed their engagement in an Instagram post on Tuesday.
“She said….. Yes!!!!” the 45-year-old disgraced former professional cyclist captioned the picture on Lake Austin in Texas.
They have their arms wrapped around each other as Hansen shows off a sparkling ring.
Armstrong, who was banned from the sport of cycling after he admitted to doping in a 2013 interview with Oprah Winfrey, met Hansen nearly a decade ago.
The couple are parents to Max, 7, and Olivia, 6. Armstrong also has a son Luke, 17, and twin daughters Grace and Isabelle, »
- Rose Minutaglio
There's one immediate bright side for Amy Schumer when it comes to her seemingly sudden—considering she was on The Howard Stern Show exactly two weeks ago talking about him—breakup with Ben Hanisch. Next time, the comedian-actress-author can feel free to not spend so much time marveling over the fact that she was in a relationship. Which is not to say that she shouldn't incorporate any future boyfriends into her stand-up, or stop making jokes about sex, or otherwise be disingenuously prim and proper. Not at all. Rather, there's no need for her to insist a guy loves her for her, to feel the need to prove that they're serious and, ultimately, make a hero out of a guy »
On Thursday's The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, comedian Anthony Atamanuik talked about the unlikely origin of his new Comedy Central talk show, where he will play the host – President Donald Trump. The President Show will debut Thursday April 27th at 11:30 p.m. Eastern.
"I've been under Gristedes for 15 years like a troll, improvising," Atamanuik says, referencing the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. One night in August 2015, Atamanuik says, he decided to impersonate Trump on a whim. The character was in his head, he says, as it was only two »
While accepting the Robert D. Ray Pillar of Character Award in West Des Moines, Iowa, this past weekend, Ashton Kutcher credited rumors of infidelity during his marriage to — and 2013 divorce from — Demi Moore with helping shape the man he is today.
“I’m also probably the first person to get this award for character who had, like, his name splashed across every gossip magazine as an adulterer like five years ago,” he said, alluding to his high-profile split from the 54-year-old actress.
“Character comes when those magazines tear you apart for something you may or may not have done and »
- Stephanie Petit
Et sat down with the 36-year-old Wild 'N Out star on Monday, where he commented on the news that his ex-wife, 47-year-old Carey, and Tanaka, her 33-year-old backup dancer, have split. A source close to the former couple tells Et that Carey and Tanaka's relationship has been "tapering off" for a while, and another source close to Tanaka says that he had "long been jealous" of Carey's still-close relationship with Cannon.
"I know nothing about this," Cannon tells Et. "I got too many of my own relationship issues to be worried about an old relationship."
As for the notion that Tanaka was jealous of him, Cannon cracks, "Most men are jealous of me. I'm joking. But I know nothing about it. For me, at »
While many of us can only dream that the radio’s latest passionate track was written specifically to celebrate our lovability, these lucky (and sometimes unlucky) stars really did inspire hit tunes.
From being moved to tears to finding themselves totally humiliated, see what happened when these muses heard their very own stories in song form.
The country star penned his hit song, which also features Carrie Underwood, about his early relationship with now-wife Kidman. “It was a very quick song to write because I literally just thought about Nic and I, »
- Lydia Price
Comedy Central is thinking bigly with its next late night franchise. As the network teased last week, it has ordered the new weekly series “The President Show,” starring Anthony Atamanuik as Donald Trump.
“The President Show” will air Thursdays at 11:30 p.m. Et, behind “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,” starting April 27. The series will be produced like a talk show, with desk segments, field pieces and guest interviews – but set in the Oval Office and hosted by “Trump.”
“Laughing at the President is a proud American tradition and we hope not to disappoint anyone in that department,” Atamanuik said. “But our political system is too broken for us to be content joking about one man, even though he is a disastrous silly little toddler boy. Mostly I »
- Michael Schneider
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