The Top Five Penn Jillette Cameos in Movies or TV
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"Director’s Cut is a movie about a film-obsessed stalker who is played by Penn Jillette and is fixated on his favorite actress, Missi Pyle. He gains access to the set of her current film by contributing to that movie’s crowdfunding campaign. Once on set, he kidnaps her, steals all of the footage from the film, and, in his dungeon-movie studio, he films additional scenes of the movie, casting himself opposite his captive leading lady as the romantic hero. He takes
Presented by MGM Resorts International, the sixth edition of One Night for One Drop was held on Friday, March 2, when some of the biggest names in entertainment came together inside the Michael Jackson One Theatre at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, for this year’s one-night-only production inspired by the life of Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Jewel. The sold-out performance and its gala celebration catapulted One Drop past its original fundraising goal.
Highlights from the show included Jewel’s beautiful hit songs. An unforgettable opening with Arab’s Got Talent winner Emanne Beasha.
Well, it turns out that Disney Studios is currently developing a film that is set during Grad Nite at Disney World. The news was revealed by David Wain (Wet Hot American Summer) while he was a guest on magician Penn Jillette's podcast Penn’s Sunday School. This is what Wain said about it:
"Somebody sent me a thing — Disney wants to do a thing where kids are stuck in Disney World on grad school night, and it’s like a teen [movie]."
Having experienced Grad Nite myself,
“We don’t have a lot of debates or disagreements ever here, which is wonderful. But I was ready to argue for that if it came up,” Holmes said in an interview with IndieWire as the comedian was putting the finishing touches on the sophomore HBO show.
Holmes’ central character (also named Pete), closed out the first season of the show in a decidedly mixed place. After watching his marriage dissolve and his comedy career begin to ascend at the same time, a lingering shot of Pete munching from a takeout container might seem like a counterintuitive way to pick things back up. But for Holmes, that opening sequence (which he says was even longer in the original edit) was true to the same personal experiences that helped drive Season 1.
“I love those moments.
The Washington Post recently talked to 24 professionals from various industries and asked them what films they thought most accurately portrayed what they themselves do for a living. There's a former Nasa administrator who chose Ridley Scott’s The Martian; a politician picked Frank Capra’s Mr. Smith Goes to Washington; and then there was an attorney who picked My Cousin Vinny. Those are pretty typical answers, but then there was Penn Jillette, who picked Batman and he gives a great explanation as to why:
"The magic I think
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“Most people think about astronaut movies and they want to talk about ‘The Right Stuff,'” Bolden tells The Post. “But ‘The Martian’ is just so scientifically accurate, and it tells this story of what we’re on the cusp of — not just Americans,
Season 4 ends with a Black Mirror anthology, featuring three nasty stories and Easter Eggs aplenty. Spoilers ahead…
This review contains spoilers.
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4.6 Black Museum
“This place aint for the faint-hearted,” warns Rolo Haynes, conscienceless exploiter of other people’s misfortunes and curator of the Black Museum. “I think I can handle it” laughs young tourist Nish.
Oh, she can handle it.
This neatly woven anthology of three mini-stories is anchored by two excellent performances. The first is from British actor Letitia Wright, who’s soon to be seen in Marvel’s Black Panther, the second from the hugely charismatic Douglas Hodge (also British) as Haynes, emcee of this horror show.
The titular Black Museum is a warehouse in the desert outside Las
The legendary basketball star was flanked by his wife, Vanessa, and their three daughters as the Los Angeles Lakers placed 8 and 24 — both numbers worn by Bryant during his 20-year career — among the previous honorees on the Staples Center wall at Monday night’s ceremony.
Bryant, 39, arrived at the stadium pushing a baby carriage holding 1-year-old Bianka Bella, and shared a special message to his family in his acceptance speech.
“It’s about family.
“This has been a roller coaster for them the last few years – meeting, falling in love, getting married and now starting a family,” a source tells People about the couple’s nearly three-year romance. (The Shark Tank star is already a dad to three children from his previous marriage.)
“Kym has wanted to be a mom for a long time. They’re both so happy,” says the source of Johnson Herjavec, 41, adding, “Kym is feeling great! She will be such a wonderful mother.
Rodney Atkins and his wife Rose Falcon Atkins have welcomed their first child together: a son named Ryder Falcon Atkins, his rep confirms to People exclusively. He was born in Nashville, Tennessee, on Thursday, Dec. 14, at 2:02 p.m.
“Falcon is Rose’s maiden name, and I really wanted to honor her dad and her 96-year-old grandpa,” Rodney, 48, tells People. “I always loved the name Ry, and Rose came up with Ryder — Ryder Falcon!”
Although Ryder — who measured 20 inches long and weighed 8 lbs., 13 oz., at birth — is the first child for singer-songwriter Rose, country musician
In a recent sit-down with People’s Celeb Parents Get Real, the Good Morning America chief meteorologist and second-time mom-to-be recalled an emotional incident she experienced when she was pregnant with her son Adrian Benjamin, who turns 2 this month.
“I was making chicken and I had mozzarella cheese and I guess I had and my husband said, ‘We have to throw away the cheese,’ ” said Zee, 36.
“I couldn’t handle it. I was so irrational, ’cause that was my cheese and it was gonna make my dinner,
On Tuesday, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon premiered a parody of The CW’s hit show Riverdale — though instead of offering another take on the characters in Archie Comics, Fallon and team took on the Peanuts gang.
“Our town presents itself like so many other small towns, safe, decent, innocent,” Fallon, as Charlie Brown, says in the clip in a serious narration in the vein of Cole Sprouse’s Jughead Jones on Riverdale. “Get closer though, you start to see the shadows underneath.’
The shadows he was talking about, Tonight Show viewers quickly learned,
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The spot-on parody puts Jimmy Fallon’s Charlie Brown at the center of the action, with the central mystery involving the murder of Linus Van Pelt (#SecurityBlanketFail). Like Archie, Charlie Brown’s also got a thing going with his teacher Miss Othmar, and is inspired to write a song after learning that his friend has died. Steve Higgins and Questlove
The Dancing with the Stars pro is pregnant, she confirmed on Instagram Monday with a too-cute ultrasound photo featuring her unborn child flashing a cheeky hand gesture.
” ‘It’s a thumbs up” ,’ ” the mother-to-be wrote alongside the snap.
While the little one on the way will be the first child for Kym, 41, her husband Robert Herjavec is already a dad to three children from a previous marriage.
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