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Amy Koppelman is the author of the novel I Smile Back, which has been adapted as a movie starring Sarah Silverman and will be in theaters beginning Oct. 23 and on demand Nov. 6. Amy's new book, Hesitation Wounds: A Novel, is available for preorder now and hits shelves on Nov. 3. In the early spring of 1994, I fell into a major depression. That's a weird way to start this piece, but one of the ways I got better was by going to the movies. I would venture to the big movie theatres, the cineplexes, with my husband. I use the word "venture" because it would take me all day to get ready, and often, by the time we were set to go, I'd be completely overwhelmed by anxiety. When that happened, Brian would push me out the door, then hold my hand as we made our way down the street, one foot in front of the other. »
- Amy Koppelman
There's a very small opportunity to right a wrong. For Steve Rannazzisi, it's as short as mere seconds. The 37-year-old The League actor sat down with Howard Stern for his first interview since the New York Times revealed in an exposé that he had not in fact been in the south tower of the World Trade Center during the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001—a claim he had been touting for over a decade. The comedian owned up to the mistake as soon as it came out and has opened the can of worms again to reveal the intricacies behind his 14-year lie. "You have like 15 seconds," the 37-year-old actor said during an interview on The Howard Stern Show on »
Emily Blunt stopped by The Howard Stern Show in NYC on Wednesday, where she briefly addressed her tumultuous split from crooner Michael Bublé. The two dated for three years, from 2005-2008. In this week's interview, Howard brings Michael up, talking about what a great guy he is and how into each other the two seemed to be. As Emily agrees with him, Howard continues, "But that was heartbreaking. Because he was not faithful." You can hear Emily sigh on the audio before she says, "Well . . . I don't know if it was . . . I don't know, it's complicated. Now I'm going red!" Michael actually addressed the relationship himself during an interview back in March, when he said, "I was a jerk and I was careless and reckless with the hearts of women I was with." In Emily's case, though, this is the first time she's really commented on what happened. Listen to the full clip below. »
- Ryan Roschke
Emily Blunt appeared on The Howard Stern Show on Wednesday where she dodged questions about whether or not her ex-boyfriend Michael Bublé had cheated on her during their relationship. Emily Blunt Dodges Questions About Michael BUBLÉ While the original purpose of Blunt’s visit on The Howard Stern Show was to promote her new film Sicario, […]
- Elisabet Stenberg
Sicario has Emily Blunt, a drug war, awards buzz, The Collector, Thanos, and gun-slinging. But what it doesn’t have that it did originally is some Blunt nudity. According to the actress, the film from director Denis Villeneuve (Prisoners, Enemy) planned to feature a nude scene between Blunt and Benicio Del Toro, but she fought to cut it from the script — and she succeeded. Blunt went on The Howard Stern Show (via Yahoo Movies) on Wednesday to discuss a number of topics, which also included her days filming The Devil Wears Prada and a little joke about rescinding her American citizenship that got blown out of proportion. From the chatter emerged this little tidbit about the nude scene in question. She said, [A nude scene] was in there originally but it came out because we didn’t agree with it. Who’s " »
Emily Blunt won't do nudity unless it's absolutely necessary for the movie's plot.
The actress revealed that she blocked a topless scene for her cartel thriller Sicario after consulting her own body on the matter.
"[A nude scene] was in there originally but it came out because we didn't agree with it," Blunt told The Howard Stern Show.
When Stern pushed her to say who "we" was, Blunt replied quickly: "My tits!"
"Benicio [del Toro] backed me up," she added. "It was a scene between he and I. He's like my brother now."
It will open in the UK on October 8. Watch the trailer below: »
Although Brandi Glanville has already confirmed her long-rumored departure on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Bravo's Andy Cohen holds out hope that the 42-year-old reality star will return for season 6. During Tuesday's The Howard Stern Show, Cohen told Howard Stern that he "would love to" have Glanville back and that he hopes that his blessing for her return makes it a "done deal."
Ellen DeGeneres has made it no secret that she didn’t enjoy her time as a judge on Fox’s American Idol half a decade ago. But she really let loose on The Howard Stern Show today. The satellite radio host asked her straight up if she hated and DeGeneres didn’t mince words. “As a fan of the shows, it doesn’t matter that I sing or I know anything about pitch or anything, I’m like everybody else at home. It’s ‘American Idol.’…So I thought I’m gonna represent those people at… »
Ellen DeGeneres admitted to Howard Stern that she hated being a judge on Season 10 of “American Idol.” “That’s one of the worst decisions I’ve made,” the daytime talk show host said of her tenure on SiriusXM’s “The Howard Stern Show,” on Tuesday, admitting that she thought it would be fun, but couldn’t bring herself to serve harsh critiques. “As a fan of the shows, it doesn’t matter that I sing or I know anything about pitch … I’m like everybody else at home, so I thought I’m gonna represent those people at home that have opinions, »
- Reid Nakamura
Ellen DeGeneres on "The Howard Stern Show"? It happened, friends. To the surprise of many longtime listeners, the comedian and talk show host sat down for an extended chat on the SiriusXM radio series this morning to discuss the high-and-low lights of her life and career -- despite the fact that Howard once slammed her after reports surfaced in 2010 that she had voiced her disapproval of him joining the "American Idol" judges' table. The two have clearly mended fences in the intervening years, but it was still a little wild to hear DeGeneres shooting the breeze in Studio 69 five years after that extended on-air rant. Check out all the highlights from the wide-ranging discussion below. 1. She envisioned the moment that Johnny Carson would invite her to sit down on his couch (making her the first woman stand-up comedian to do so) years before it actually happened. "When I finished writing »
- Chris Eggertsen
When Caitlyn Jenner gave her first talk show interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, she admitted she "was not for" gay marriage in the past. The self-proclaimed "traditionalist" clarified that she her views had changed, and she'd "never want to stand in front of anybody's happiness," but Ellen DeGeneres wasn't completely convinced. Afterwards, during an interview with The Howard Stern Show on Sirius Xm, Ellen reflected on Caitlyn's comments. "She still has a judgment about gay marriage," lamented the talk show host, who has been married to Portia de Rossi since 2008. "I said, you're wanting people to understand and accept you...and you still have a judgment »
Barbara Walters is on the verge of tarnishing her legendary TV career ... If she dares to return to "The View" -- at least that's what her friends are telling her. One of Barbara's more famous counselors, Julie Chen ... went on "The Howard Stern Show" this morning and said Barbara really is considering going back to the show she created -- but she's getting strong advice to avoid it like the plague. As Julie put it ... "That ship has sailed. »
- TMZ Staff
Say what you will about The Amazing Spider-Man franchise, but one thing you can’t fault them for is their pre-planning. From the very first scene of Andrew Garfield’s first film in the Spidey suit, seeds were sown for a long form multi-film arc. What’s the story with Peter’s parents? What are Oscorp really up to? Who’s that guy wearing a trilby?
You could argue that director Marc Webb and Sony played it a little too coy with all their long-running mysteries. It looks a lot like a hubris now, that they would have the confidence to withhold any big revelations for two whole films, »
Donald Trump isn’t afraid of Joe Biden — to the contrary, he believes Biden would be a fun opponent, the Republican candidate for president revealed to Howard Stern on Tuesday. Trump called in to “The Howard Stern Show” on Tuesday to discuss his early success in the 2016 election, which lead to a discussion of who he would rather run against: Biden or Hillary Clinton. “Are you afraid of Joe Biden?” Stern asked the real estate mogul in light of recent speculation that Biden might join the presidential race. Also Read: Joe Biden to Meet With Top Democratic Fundraisers at Naval »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
Stephen Colbert wowed Howard Stern with a rendition of "Brown Sugar" and immaculate impersonation of Mick Jagger's dance moves during an appearance on The Howard Stern Show Tuesday, on Stern's SiriusXM channel Howard 100.
The song-and-dance routine was prompted by Stern's question about a Rolling Stones cover band Colbert fronted when he was younger. The Late Show host-to-be immediately broke off a few slick-footed dance moves before telling Stern: "We were called Shot in the Dark — we called ourselves 'A Shit in the Dark' because we sucked so badly."
As lead singer, »
Alec Baldwin isn't the first person to suggest that Donald Trump is the presidential candidate the American people deserve. On The Howard Stern Show this morning, the actor said, "If Trump was the nominee let alone won the election—but even if Trump was the Gop nominee, it's exactly what we deserve right now with the system we have." Now, he was talking campaign finance, pointing out how lobbyists and corporate interests have put most politicians in someone's pocket and Trump, at the very least, has asserted how he alone cannot be bought. But the various people who've come before Baldwin in saying that the long-winded real estate tycoon is who "we" and/or the Republican »
I have written previously in this space about my unabashed adoration of Howard Stern, but even casual fans know that the King of All Media's skillful long-form interviewing style is one of his most enduring qualities. He conducts hard-hitting interrogations that feel like casual conversations, leading normally guarded celebrities to offer revelations and opinions they would probably never utter in another forum. This year alone, he has helped draw out newsworthy bites from a number of big stars, and with 2015 more than half over, I thought I'd recap the wildest, most revealing quotes that have come out of Studio 69 in the past six months and change (with attendant clips). Here we go... 1. Jason Alexander tells the real story behind Susan's "Seinfeld" demise Date: June 3 Behind-the-scenes dish on famous TV shows never gets old, and Alexander's tidbit about actress Heidi Swedberg (who played George's ill-fated fiancee Susan) was particularly juicy. After »
- Chris Eggertsen
Most movie fans first noticed Jake Gyllenhaal around the turn of the century. In actuality he.d been acting for nearly a decade at that point in a handful of movie and TV roles, but as is often the case, it.s the role he didn.t get that he remembers. Jake Gyllenhaal was nearly a Mighty Duck. Yahoo has the story of Gyllenhaal.s appearance on The Howard Stern Show where he spoke about the role he nearly had. In 1992 he was offered the part of Charlie Conway in The Mighty Ducks. He really wanted the role, but since the part would require him to miss a large amount of school his parents told him he couldn.t do it. Young Jake didn.t take the news very well, and apparently there was a minor tantrum. However, today he understands and appreciates the reasons his parents made that decision. »
Jake Gyllenhaal was put in the hot seat on "The Howard Stern Show" on Wednesday -- where talk quickly turned to his famous ex, Taylor Swift. It started innocently enough, with Stern asking Jake if he realized "Good Morning America" had him walk out to one of Swift's songs, "Bad Blood," when he appeared on the morning show earlier this week. "First of all, I did not hear that," Jake replied. "When I'm doing an interview when you're up at 5 a.m. and you can't really make sense of words, you're not thinking about the background music that's playing behind you." "I'm sure they have so much music on that show playing all the time. It's just one of those things," Jake added, defending the show. When asked if he would have recognized a Taylor Swift song had he noticed the music, he replied, "Of course." Then Stern took the »
- tooFab Staff
Can you imagine Baba Booey as Michael Peña's Luis and Robin Quivers as Evangeline Lilly's The Wasp? It almost happened a long time ago, when King of All Media Howard Stern set out to acquire the rights to Marvel's Ant-Man. The film is a hit, debuting at #1 on the box office charts over the weekend. But things could have been very different for the diminutive hero. And this all happened long before Edgar Wright came aboard, and Iron Man set up the Marvel Cinematic Universe as we know it today.
The long-standing radio talk show and America's Got Talent host revealed this interesting bit of trivia on the The Howard Stern Show this week. He was in the middle of interview Ant-Man star Paul Rudd when the subject came up. If Howard Stern had of succeeded in getting the rights, we would have seen Ant-Man on the big »
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