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“They’re gonna be in the number,” Farber says. “We want them in the number, right?”
“Yes, yes!” Harding replies.
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We can see it now: Harding and Farber will do a dance trio with Robbie, and then Janney will interrupt with Little Man perched on her shoulder and her shiny new Oscar in tow to declare, “Well, my storyline is disappearing right now. What the f—.”
In all seriousness, Harding has no idea if Robbie and Janney will stop by yet. “I hope so,
The concept of 12on12 is an exciting new take on exploring the musical DNA of a celebrity act, with Duran highlighting the genesis of a musician’s evolution through examination of twelve
Comedy for a Cure will be held at The Globe Theatre at Universal Studios Hollywood starting with a 1.5 hour reception and silent auction at 5 pm, followed by magic, music and hilarious comedy, interspersed with a short program and live auction.
This year’s event features emcee Melissa Peterman, with performances by Renee Albert and Dana Snyder, magician Shane Brady, Kate Flannery (The Office) and the Tony Guerrero Jazz Band, magician Mark Furey and headlining comic Jimmy Shubert (King of Queens and Last Comic Standing).
Long-time Ts Alliance supporter Jim O’Heir (Parks & Recreation) will honor Cathy Jackson, Director of Advocacy Relations at Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals, for leading efforts to increase awareness about infantile spasms, a catastrophic type of
That's a fairly insane way
A graduate of Shondaland, with credits on “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Scandal,” among others, Bans says she’s learned not be afraid to take risks on screen. Here, she tells Variety how the election fueled her to write the show, how she strikes the right done for the dark comedy, and what Shonda Rhimes taught her about making compelling TV.
How did you come up with the idea for the show?
It was in the heights of the election late last summer. I think the “Access Hollywood” tape had just come out and there were a
The “Access Hollywood” tape made news again in 2017 when Trump reportedly denied its authenticity — one year after admitting to it and apologizing for its contents. Zucker appeared on CNN and told Anderson Cooper, “I
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“Immediately afterwards I was suicidal, within the first day,” Faraci said. “I was just told that I had sexually assaulted a woman, and I did not believe that I was the kind of guy that did that. I was presented with a situation where my personal belief system demanded that I accept this, and so to accept this was to question every piece of my identity and who I thought I was. And within that, I thought I was the worst person who had ever lived.
Since mid-2012, ABC’s “Good Morning America” has largely held the distinction of being TV’s most-watched morning-news program. It’s not the most important credit in the business, where NBC’s “Today” has long dominated the sunrise shows among the audience Madison Avenue wants the most, people between 25 and 54. But the networks use the most-viewed measure to brag about whose show matters more in the A.M. And it can help woo audiences as well as in the effort to book newsmakers and celebrities.
In recent weeks, the dynamic has appeared to be on the cusp of change.
For seven consecutive weeks, “Today” has been TV’s most-viewed morning program (“Gma” won the most recent week due to some ratings technicalities). And season to date, it is leading its ABC rival in total viewers by the slimmest of margins – just 16,000 viewers. While “[link
In February, the TV and Sirius Xm radio host started experiencing troubling symptoms. An Mri revealed she had a golf-ball-size meningioma brain tumor that was pushing on her facial nerves. On her 39th birthday in June, Menounos underwent a complex surgery that removed 99.9 percent of the tumor, which was benign.
Since undergoing the hours-long operation, Menounos, 39, has had time to heal — and contemplate on her journey.
“I think chronic stress on the body is really bad. And I think that for
In a piece for Variety published Thursday, Addie Zinone (née Collins) says her relationship with former Today show anchor Lauer — who was fired at the end of November by NBC News after the network received a “detailed complaint from a colleague about inappropriate sexual behavior,” with reason to believe “this may not have been an isolated incident” — began in 2000. Following her internship at the Today show, Collins was offered a job as an NBC News production assistant in 1999.
That same year,
On Wednesday, the Growing Pains star’s youngest son, Carter Thicke, and wife, Tanya Callau Thicke, each took to social media to pay tribute to the family patriarch, who died Dec. 13, 2016 at the age of 69.
“It’s hard to believe it’s been a year. Some days it feels like it was only yesterday and other days it feels like its been years,” Carter, 20, began a heartfelt tweet, which accompanied a throwback photo of his father holding him as a young child.
“Nothing can really describe the loss,
In an New York Times essay, the actress called Weinstein her “monster” and detailed her experiences while working on the 2002 Miramax-produced film “Frida.”
Hayek outlined the various demands Weinstein asked of her, including showering with him, letting him watch her take a shower, giving him a massage, performing oral sex on him and opening the doors to him at all hours of the night.
“The absurdity of his demands went from getting a furious call in the middle of the night asking me to fire my agent for a fight he was having with him about a different movie with a different client to physically dragging me out of the opening gala of the Venice Film Festival,” she wrote.
Hayek specifies that the price she suffered for rebuffing his attempts at sexual activity was to endure his continued rage.
Here are their stories:
Nancy Klopper, casting director
While casting a film for an award-winning director, I was treated very well, except for when he used the bathroom adjoining his office
What began as an exposé of sexual misconduct by Harvey Weinstein has snowballed into a global cause célèbre, one that’s roiling not just the entertainment industry but also the realms of politics, business and education far beyond American shores. Senior officials in Britain have been forced to quit amid harassment allegations. Members of the European Parliament share their #MeToo stories. The president of France, Emmanuel Macron, says his country is “sick with sexism” and has vowed to fight discrimination and violence against women. “We must act before it’s too late,” Macron declared.
Corporate boardrooms, film festivals, college campuses, talk shows and online forums are abuzz with stories from people, mostly women, who are newly emboldened to speak out about their experiences of intimidation and assault. True, the newfound openness isn’t spread evenly across
“When he told me that he would ruin me, I just told him do what he had to do,” recalls Hedren. “I went out of the door and slammed it so hard that I looked back to see if it was still on its hinges.”
During the shooting of their two movies, Hitchcock would get jealous and resentful when he saw Hedren speaking to male colleagues. At one point, when they were both in the back of a limousine, the director lunged at Hedren and tried to kiss her. In another encounter, during the filming of “Marnie,” Hitchcock asked the actress to touch him and shared romantic fantasies with her. After she rebuffed him, he chilled toward her.
“It was absolutely awful, and as soon
Logan, who was a consulting producer on The Weinstein Company’s “Shanghai,” has been the object of conversation on social media since the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke in October. The rumors about his conduct took more solid form Wednesday with the publication of three investigative reports by Hong Kong online magazine HK01.
The report accused Logan, a martial arts expert, of sexually harassing actresses in his offices and on film sets. It also says that Logan sent actresses to Weinstein’s hotel room, where unwanted sexual advances were made. The HK01 report carries accounts by seven women, only one of whom was identified by name.
One of the actresses, formerly with Tvb, said Logan told
The second thing he does is joke about how famous he is.
“There’s a little bit of a freak show element to me doing it,” Apatow says of his act and the need to lead it off by addressing his Judd Apatow-ness. “If I ignored that it was weird that I was up there, the audience wouldn’t [listen to my act]. They would just want to know about me and my life.”
Apatow, who is nearing his 50th birthday, sits in a conference room at his production company’s L.A. office. Behind him are photos of the casts of “Freaks and Geeks” and “Girls,” two of his best-loved TV shows. To his left is a whiteboard bearing story notes for season three of one of the current
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