13 items from 2016
The CW's Frequency is one of Fall's hottest new shows, and we've also garnered some interest in one of its stars, Riley Smith. If you found his face vaguely familiar (and extremely attractive) during the premiere, you're certainly not alone. Turns out, he's actually been playing our onscreen crush for several years now. Not only did he romance an Olsen twin in New York Minute, but he also had a guest stint on one very popular cult TV show. See where you recognize him from here, and then find out when your favorite shows are returning this season. »
- Kelsie Gibson
It took about a New York minute on Friday for Twitter to pile on Ted Cruz for endorsing Donald Trump… the same man who not only made fun of the Texas senator’s wife but even suggested Cruz’s father helped assassinate JFK. As soon as Cruz hit “send” on his Facebook endorsement of Trump, it was no holds barred for Cruz’s critics. Also Read: Ted Cruz Endorses Guy Who Said His Dad May Have Helped Kill JFK Director of the upcoming Trump film, “Sociopath,” Ben Howe added this funny disclaimer… Ted Cruz: Constitutional principled conservative (offer not »
- Itay Hod
That really didn't go down the way I thought it would.
On UnREAL Season 2 Episode 7, Rachel's actions finally had huge consequences and it resulted in her being put in hospital.
Let's talk about Rachel's reunion with Adam. It was a complete and utter dud. Adam seemed to think he could waltz back into her life and have her back in a New York minute, but people change.
Rachel: I never loved you, okay? Never.
Adam: You never loved me?
Rachel: I never loved you.
Permalink: I never loved you. Added: July 19, 2016
Rachel isn't in the same mind frame as she was last year. She's moved on. She's also a considerably more unstable. All season long, we've witnessed her downfall and everything really came to a head for her.
Adam isn't as great as he makes himself out to be. I can't have been the only one that shipped Radam last year, »
- Paul Dailly
During the premiere of his new film Jason Bourne, Matt Damon was asked – for about the 100th time – if he has any interest in portraying a superhero on the big screen.
Previously Damon had suggested that he’d like to take on the role of Daredevil if Christopher Nolan was directing, and now he’s revealed that he’d jump at the chance of playing a superhero… if his good buddy Ben Affleck was behind the camera.
““I’d consider anything with the right director, but I can’t imagine there are any superheroes left, I think they’re all taken at this moment,” Damon told Irish Examiner. “If [Ben] was directing me, I’d jump on it in a New York minute. I’d love to work with Ben.”
Well, as it happens, Ben Affleck does have a superhero project on his upcoming slate, as he’s set to direct »
- Gary Collinson
Will Matt Damon join Ben Affleck in the upcoming Batman Reboot? The actor is currently out making the rounds for his latest movie Jason Bourne. He has reunited with director Paul Greengrass for the fifth installment of that franchise, which is a pretty big deal. Inevitably, the subject of playing a superhero came up. And apparently Damon is not opposed to the idea, as long as his friend and Good Will Hunting partner is behind it.
Matt Damon was speaking with JoBlo during the course of his press tour, and revealed that he is actually open to playing a superhero. It just has to be under the right circumstances. Those circumstances just so happen to include his Bff Ben Affleck. Who just happens to be directing a new standalone Batman movie that he will star in and co-write. Here is what he had to say.
"I'd consider anything with the right director, »
How is it we've gotten this far into the superhero movie craze without actor Matt Damon joining in on the fun? The closest Damon has gotten is taking up the role of Jason Bourne in the Bourne series, which, let's be honest, isn't incredibly far from a superhero in how badass he is. But given the actor's age, what is the probability that we'll see him actually don the capes and tights of a DC or Marvel superhero this late in the game?
At the premiere of Jason Bourne, the latest in the Bourne franchise, he spoke to that question:
“I’d consider anything with the right director, but I can’t imagine there are any superheroes left, I think they’re all taken at this moment.If [Ben Affleck] was directing me, I’d jump on it in a New York minute. I’d love to work with Ben."
But of course, »
- Joseph Medina
There’s an old Hollywood adage that claims Matt Damon, star of The Departed, The Martian and, soon, Jason Bourne, hasn’t starred in a bad movie. But could the Boston actor ever dip his toe into the superhero genre?
Now that the industry is indulging in full-blown superhero pandemonium, with shared universes and spinoff movies crowding the release calendar long into 2019, it’s a point of discuss that is never too far from the conversation during press junkets. And sure enough, Damon was recently quizzed about the possibility of starring in a superhero feature by Irish Examiner (per Av Club).
To date, Jason Bourne is really the closest Matt Damon has come to assuming the role of a costumed hero, but the actor admitted he is open to the possibility on one condition: if Ben Affleck is behind the lens.
“I’d consider anything with the right director, but »
- Michael Briers
Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are Hollywood's greatest dynamic duo, and ever since Ben Affleck signed on to don the Dark Knight's cape and cowl for the DC Film Universe, fans have been wondering just how soon will it be until he brings in his longtime friend, Matt Damon, into the would of DC heroes. Well, it looks like Matt Damon is finally ready for the capes and tights, and all he needs is for Ben to give him the right role. "If he (Ben) was directing me, I’d jump on it in a New York minute," Damon told the Irish Examiner. "I’d love to work with Ben. The problem with Ben is every time he directs a movie, he gives himself the best role in it, so until he’s willing to give up the best role to one of his friends, we’re not going to get on with it. »
Kate Hudson moves fast ... one minute she's with Nick Jonas and the next bolting out of the Met Gala with DJ Diplo. They clearly had plans ... last we saw them they were at an after-party. Dating life ... in a New York minute. Read more »
- TMZ Staff
Ever since Fuller House was announced by Netflix, it was clear that most of the original Full House cast was coming back. It was soon revealed that the show will center on the widowed DJ Tanner (Candace Cameron Bure), whose sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and best friend Kimmy (Andrea Barber) move in with her to help raise her children. When all was said and done, the show, which premiered on the streaming service last month, brought all of the original stars back except two, Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen, who both played the infant Michelle on the hit series. Now that the show has been renewed for a second season, it seems that star/producer John Stamos may be trying to bring the twins back.
Just a few days ago, John Stamos posted an adorable video from the set of the original series, featuring both of the twins, with the »
Ben Carson has all but suspended his campaign following a disappointing showing on Super Tuesday, telling supporters that he doesn’t see a “path forward” for his presidential campaign and will not attend the Gop debate Thursday night. It was hardly a shocker. Carson, who lead the Gop field for about a New York minute last fall, saw his poll numbers in free fall after a series of head-scratching, yet highly entertaining gaffes. In honor of Carson, TheWrap compiled his seven most craziest comments from his 2016 presidential campaign. Also Read: Ben Carson Says Obama Was 'Raised White' (Audio) Here’s looking at you, »
- Itay Hod
Good news, Tanner family friends and fans. All of you Tanner-heads are getting more new episodes! That's right, just a mere few days after Netflix debuted all 13 episodes of Fuller House, the streaming service has renewed the hit sitcom for Season 2. Though no further details are available at this time, the announcement came with a fun new video.
Netflix announced Fuller House Season 2 on the show's official Twitter page. And it looks like the three main leads will reunite a second time for another go-round of family fun and misadventures. There's no telling what kind of cameos these latest exploits will deliver, but we're sure to see the rest of the family return as well. With maybe the exception of one particular missing sister.
One Olsen twin would have been better than none, but neither Mary-Kate Olsen nor Ashley Olsen accepted the invitation to return for the Netflix revival series Fuller House, which premieres this Friday. As it turns out, at least one of the sisters has a fairly decent reason for opting out of the reunion, which brings back the rest of the cast. The other one, not so much.
It's been known from almost the beginning that, while Tanner sisters DJ and Stephanie would be moving back to San Francisco, Michelle Tanner will not be making her presence known. But the reason behind the twins' decision not to participate have been a little bit hazy. Now, executive producer Bob Boyett has revealed the exact reason why neither girl is coming back. Some of their decision has to do with timing. But it's Ashley Olsen who actually had the best reason for not wanting to return. »
13 items from 2016
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