By Jen Heger – Radar Assistant Managing Editor
NBC Universal may have announced layoffs in their entertainment division on Monday, but don’t expect TODAY show co-host Matt Lauer to agree to a pay cut to save anyone else’s bacon, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
Lauer, 54, is one of the main reasons that some staffers at the beleaguered morning news show are expecting to be handed pink… Continue reading Staff At The TODAY Show Fear For Their Jobs Due To Budget Cuts, But Matt Lauer Won’t Take A Pay Cut!
Barbara Walters broke her own rule in this year’s “The 10 Most Fascinating People of 2011.” She named a man to the top spot who passed away this year. It’s easy to see what would prompt her to do so. The number one most fascinating person this year… Continue reading Barbara Walters names Steve Jobs 'Most Fascinating Person' of 2011
Aaron Sorkin has already won an Oscar for his screenplay about one tech guru — Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in ‘The Social Network’ — and now he might pen the biopic about the late Steve Jobs. Sorkin told E! Online he’s been asked to adapt Walter Isaacson’s biography of the Apple cofounder. “Sony has asked me to write the movie and it’s something I’m strongly considering,” Sorkin told… Continue reading Aaron Sorkin 'Strongly Considering' Writing Steve Jobs Movie
Former ‘ER’ co-stars George Clooney and Noah Wyle are — according to a rather dubious report — vying to portray Steve Jobs in an upcoming big-screen biopic. Wyle already played the late Apple co-founder in a 1999 TV movie, which led to him meeting the real Jobs (Wyle tells the tale in a 2009 interview), who then recruited the actor to impersonate him again at that… Continue reading George Clooney and Noah Wyle In Competition for Steve Jobs Role: Rumor
By radio detection and ranging Staff
PBS has unearthed a goldmine of a Steve Jobs interview, and it’s being quickly turned into a movie.
In the early 1990s, PBS interviewed Jobs as part of a special called Triumphs of the Nerds. But only 10 minutes of the 70-minute chat was used, the rest spent the last 20 years in the PBS vault.
The footage is now being turned into a film… Continue reading Steve Jobs 'Lost Interview' Discovered, Being Rushed To Theaters