Craig Ferguson doesn’t have a band. That’s been a long-running joke of The Late Late Show—he didn’t have a lot of things that most late-night talk shows have. It’s why, among other things, his sidekick is a talking robot skeleton. But on Friday night, Ferguson began his final show with the biggest band of all: A montage of nearly 50 celebrities, all former guests on his show—from Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu to Quentin… Continue reading ‘The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson’ finale recap: Keep bangin’ on
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Arm yourselves, readers, it’s time for another fantastical Poster-Crop Quiz! This week, in honor of The Battle of the Five Armies, we are celebrating the cast of this epic final chapter in The Hobbit film trilogy. Or at least, we’re assuming it will be the final chapter. We’ve gathered posters from the filmic pasts of 10 of Five Armies‘ cast members and then let… Continue reading Poster-Crop Quiz: Can You Guess These Movies from 'The Hobbit' Stars?
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The Critics Choice Awards nominations were announced. Meanwhile, President Obama named Boyhood as his favorite movie of 2014.
Morgan Freeman, Bill Nighy or Ken Watanabe will play the Ancient One in Doctor Strange.
Viola Davis joined the cast of Suicide Squad.
Tim Burton still plans to direct the Beetlejuice sequel and will bring Winona Ryder back. Meanwhile, Charlie Sheen is reprising his role from Ferris
Sony execs were quick to slam President Obama today when he announced he wished the studio had consulted him about shelving the release of The Interview. But Hollywood-Washington relationships weren’t always so icy, radio detection and rangingOnline.com has learned: Emails released in the leak show recent contact between Sony and the CIA.
According to uncovered emails, a high-ranking CIA agent visited the Los Angeles headquarters of Sony Pictures Entertainment… Continue reading Crisis Talks? CIA Agent’s Secret Meeting With Sony Exec Revealed In Leaked Emails