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The actor is already set to appear in Spider-Man: Homecoming and the Avengers: Infinity War films, but what about a fourth Iron Man film? In the past, Downey hasn't really seemed to be very interested in it, but he's since changed his tune. During the special, the actor was asked about doing another solo Iron Man film and this is what he said:
"I feel like I could do one more."
This is the first time we've legitimately heard Downey say he'd be up
'My Five Wives' - Progressive Polygamists
TLC viewers will note the similarities between My Five Wives and the network’s other controversial programing, Sister Wives, also about a polygamist family. However, the stars and producers of My Five Wives are quick to say their family is unlike any polygamist family the world has seen before.
“I really consider myself a feminist,” Brady told ABC News Nightline, saying that he doesn’t consider himself the ruler of the household.
Williams and his wives, Paulie, Robyn, Rosemary, Nonie and Rhonda, consider themselves to be “progressive polygamists,” a term denoting their more liberal views. Brady, 43, was born into a Mormon family, but was only introduced to polygamy as a teen. He married his first wife,
He said, "It’s been a painful period and lately we have taken a bath in the ratings" and noted that the final episode would likely end in March. Morgan is expected to stay at CNN in some capacity.
It's unclear what CNN will do with the 9pm hour. When ABC News Nightline anchor Bill Weir was hired by the cable channel late last year, it was rumored that he might replace Morgan. At the time, CNN denied he was a replacement.
What do you think? Did you like Piers Morgan Live? Are you sorry that it's been cancelled? Would you watch another Morgan-hosted show?
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"I am very excited, my parents took me to watch the movies, and I saw all of them, and to play that is going to be fun. They chose me to play this man, but I cannot give you many details."
We reported in February that Ralph Fiennes was also up for a different villain role. Sam Mendes is directing Bond 23 from a script by Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, and Peter Morgan.
It isn't known when production will start on Bond 23. You can take a look at the full video below featuring Javier Bardem on ABC News Nightline, which primarily focuses on the actor trying to raise awareness for African refugee camps.
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The photographer and film-maker Tim Hetherington, who has been killed at the age of 40 while covering the escalating violence in Misrata, Libya, was a leading light of his profession. The canon of work he bequeaths defines a generation of reportage.
His eye and ability for capturing on film some of the most disturbing events of the past decade was as relentless as it was unsurpassed. With a great sense of self-deprecation and humanity, Hetherington was driven repeatedly to explore the ragged, violent margins of society to bring back portraits of people profoundly affected by conflict.
Never an end in itself, for Hetherington the purpose of working in war was to understand better the lives of the civilians and soldiers caught up in it. Fundamentally a humanitarian, he worked not only for news organisations and magazines, but for human rights organisations,
Smallville creators Alfred Gough and Miles Millar are producing this drama, which centers on Shaw, a teacher who built up a high school drama program and turned it into one of the best in the country. Lynn Shaw died of breast cancer in 2009.
Alfred Gough and Miles Millar first sparked to the project after watching an ABC News Nightline segment on the teacher, which featured her former students at J.J. Pearce High School talking about their beloved teacher.
While this is not a sports-themed story, the producers likened this untitled project to Disney sports dramas such as Miracle and The Rookie. Here's what Alfred Gough had to say about the similarity to sports movies.
"Neither Miles and I are huge sports people, but it was a way
They maintain that they are not -- but not that seriously. In an interview with Cynthia McFadden on "ABC News Nightline," the two were asked point blank if there was any truth to the rumors that they'd been dating.
Their responses included mischievous grins and shakes of the head. "Why don't I beleive you?" McFadden asks.
"I always look like I'm lying," says Gosling. "It's just -- that's my face."
He claims they're just friends, though they do have a professional relationship. "Creatively, we are doing it," he says. And he does describe her quite affectionately. Gosling adds that Williams a cross between Brigitte Bardot and Clint Eastwood, "a sexy cowboy."
"Blue Valentine," which was recently downgraded from a Nc-17 to a R rating,
While it has been questioned for some time, the two are not denying anything, states People. The two were interviewed on ‘ABC News Nightline’ by Cynthia McFadden and when they were asked if anything romantic was going on, they both smiled and ignored the question.
Williams eventually shook her head “no,” but McFadden wasn’t buying it. And many others probably don’t believe it as these two seem a little more than friendly as they promote their film.
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In an interview with ABC News Nightline, host Cynthia McFadden asks Ryan and Michelle if they are a couple.
They both look at one another for a while and pretend they don't hear the question while Michelle smiles. Then he puts his arm around her as she shakes her head "no."
Cynthia says, "I don't believe that."
As they exchange long glances, Gosling, who also calls her a "sexy cowboy" in the interview, whistles as if to pretend he didn't hear the question and Williams can't stop smiling. Gosling puts his arm around Michelle shakes her head "no" with a broad, mysterious grin.
Danny Pudi Delivers a Baby on Community - via Warming Glow
You wouldn't normally think that a comedy like Community would be a series peppered with easter eggs, but Episode 2.3: The Psychology of Letting Go proved otherwise. Notably absent in the episode was Danny Pudi's Abed, which was even noted by Yvette Nicole Brown when she says that she barely saw Abed all week at the end of the episode. However, if you look closely at this clip, you'll see that he was busy... delivering a baby. Take a look at this intriguing clip below:
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