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… The President of the United States will sit down on Jay Leno’s lap couch on Tuesday’s night edition of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. No not Rick Perry or that guy from Massachusetts who yells at everybody. I’m talking about the real president, whatshisface. It’ll be his second time chatting with Jay on his show since becoming president… Continue reading President Obama to Sit With Jay Leno
President Obama will have a late night chat with Jay Leno on The Tonight Show next week. White House communications director Dan Pfeiffer says in a tweet that Obama will be on the show Tuesday. Obama will be traveling on the West Coast next week, raising money for his re-election bid and trying to boost public support for his jobs bill.
This will be Obama’s fourth time on Leno’s… Continue reading President Obama to sit down with Jay Leno
If another term in the White House doesn’t happen, First Lady Michelle Obama might have a fallback: Woody Allen says he “wouldn’t hesitate to ask her” to be in one of his movies. He’s actually done it before: Allen cast France’s First Lady, Carla Bruni, as a museum tour guide in ‘Midnight in Paris.’ Allen told the British television program Daybreak that he made the decision to cast… Continue reading Woody Allen 'Wouldn't Hestitate' to Cast Michelle Obama in a Movie
The death of Steve Jobs has spurred reactions from around the globe, from customers to world leaders praising his genius and mourning his loss.
Among those paying tribute is President Barack Obama, who issued a statement shortly after Jobs’s death, from pancreatic cancer, was announced Wednesday.
“Michelle and I are… Continue reading President Obama, Bill Gates Pay Tribute to Steve Jobs
Director Kathryn Bigelow and screenwriter Mark Boal, the Oscar-winning team behind ‘The Hurt Locker,’ are receiving help and script advice from the White House and the Pentagon to make their upcoming movie about the decade-long effort to kill Osama bin Laden, which ended with the successful Navy SEAL raid in May that brought down the al-Qaeda leader.
But the filmmakers are denying… Continue reading Kathryn Bigelow Says Her Bin Laden Film Is Not a Security Risk or an Obama Campaign Ad