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Joan Rivers Remembered by Joy Behar, Kathy Griffin and Charlie Rose on Morning Shows

5 September 2014 8:09 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Joan Rivers was the big story on Good Morning America, Today and CBS This Morning on Friday. All three of the broadcast morning shows devoted multiple segments, including long reports at the top of each show, to the comedian who died Thursday at 81. All three shows reported on the news of Rivers' death and how she was rushed to the hospital a week prior after she reportedly went into cardiac arrest during surgery. They all also looked back at Rivers' life and career, airing clips of her guest-hosting The Tonight Show, dishing out fashion criticism on the red

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- Hilary Lewis

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Chris Pratt can be one funny guy

30 July 2014 8:18 PM, PDT | icelebz.com | See recent iCelebz news »

Chris Pratt sat down with CBS This Morning show and entertained the audience with a heart-pounding round of rapid-fire questions. Chris' popularity has been rising rapidly with his lead role in the movie 'Guardians of the Galaxy' set to be released this week. While not particularly insightful into what makes Chris tick, but what do you expect when a guy has to give his answers instantly?

Anyway, here are the highlights of Chris Pratt's answers to some totally random questions.

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Chris Pratt can be one funny guy

30 July 2014 8:18 PM, PDT | icelebz.com | See recent iCelebz news »

Chris Pratt sat down with CBS This Morning show and entertained the audience with a heart-pounding round of rapid-fire questions. Chris' popularity has been rising rapidly with his lead role in the movie 'Guardians of the Galaxy' set to be released this week. While not particularly insightful into what makes Chris tick, but what do you expect when a guy has to give his answers instantly?

Anyway, here are the highlights of Chris Pratt's answers to some totally random questions.

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Chris Pratt can be one funny guy

30 July 2014 8:18 PM, PDT | icelebz.com | See recent iCelebz news »

Chris Pratt sat down with CBS This Morning show and entertained the audience with a heart-pounding round of rapid-fire questions. Chris' popularity has been rising rapidly with his lead role in the movie 'Guardians of the Galaxy' set to be released this week. While not particularly insightful into what makes Chris tick, but what do you expect when a guy has to give his answers instantly?

Anyway, here are the highlights of Chris Pratt's answers to some totally random questions.

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Stephen Colbert ‘Only Logical Successor’ for Letterman, Leslie Moonves Says

11 April 2014 8:50 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

CBS Corp. CEO Leslie Moonves considers Stephen Colbert the “only logical successor” for David Letterman on the “Late Show.”

In an interview with “CBS This Morning,” Moonves said Colbert stood out from the sea of talent vying for the coveted seat.

“It appeared to us that he was the only logical successor to David,” he said during the taped interview that aired Friday. “And when I called Dave to ask for his blessing he said exactly the same thing. He said, ‘I can’t think of anybody even a close second.’”

And although the “Colbert Report” host will be dropping his famous pompous conservative alter ego, Moonves said Colbert will thrive in his own skin.

“Obviously the character he does on Comedy Central is going to be ending, but then he’s going to bring Stephen Colbert to the table,” Moonves said. “And we have no question that this guy »

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Les Moonves Calls Stephen Colbert ‘Only Logical Succcesor’ for David Letterman (Video)

11 April 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

According to CBS CEO Les Moonves, there was no shortage of comedians hoping  to replace David Letterman as the “Late Show” host, but Stephen Colbert was “the only logical successor.” “Every name in town came up, we got a lot of calls from agents and managers, but the one that stood out amongst all of them was Stephen Colbert,” Moonves said in an interview (above) during “CBS This Morning” on Friday. ”It appeared to us that he was the only logical successor to David. And when I called Dave to ask for his blessing he said exactly the same thing. »

- Greg Gilman

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Les Moonves Says Colbert Was His and Letterman's Top Choice (Video)

11 April 2014 5:29 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

CBS CEO Les Moonves says Stephen Colbert was his top choice to replace David Letterman -- and the outgoing host agreed. "It appeared to us that he was the only logical successor to David," the executive said in a taped interview that aired on Friday's CBS This Morning. "And when I called Dave to ask for his blessing he said exactly the same thing. He said I can't think of anybody even a close second." Photos: Stephen Colbert's Career in Pictures CBS' Colbert announcement came less than a week after Letterman revealed he's retiring in 2015, but Moonves said

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June Squibb: Poster Girl for Oscar Campaigns

21 February 2014 4:02 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

June is bustin’ out all over. The irresistible June Squibb has become a YouTube success thanks to a brief and funny film made for “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” in which she deadpans about her chances of winning an Academy Award.

It’s no coincidence that the clip appeared this week. Campaigning is in overdrive building up to the Feb. 25 close of Oscar voting. The average moviegoer may wonder why in February they watched David O. Russell on “The Daily Show With Jon Stewart” talking about “American Hustle” two months after the film opened. Or why Leonardo DiCaprio was on “CBS This Morning,” while the show featured ads for “Gravity,” which opened in October, or why the L.A. Times entertainment section on Feb. 21 featured a front-page interview with Steve McQueen.

The enthusiastic campaigning is not surprising, because few nominees are considered shoo-ins. And this 11th-hour push makes sense, strategically; it’s »

- Tim Gray

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