Monday Mornings (2013)
The Saturday Night Live alum sat down for a chat with People Now about his life as a first-time dad — to a baby girl his wife Brynn O’Malley gave birth to in July.
“I was much more terrified leading up to it, but it’s not as scary as I thought it would be,” says the actor and comedian, 40, who announced his daughter on the way in June with an adorable Wonder Woman-themed tribute.
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If you have watched, check out my review of Feud: Bette and Joan Season 1 Episode 1 and if you haven't watch Feud: Bette and Joan online to become entranced.
But be prepared! They're not treating the feud between Bette and Joan or any other with kid gloves.
Pay attention to scenes featuring Stanley Tucci as Jack Warner.
Not only is he fabulous as usual, but as Warner, he has his own feud going on with Bette Davis.
That feud brings out the ultra nasty side of Mr. Warner, and with it some language that will shock you.
You just don't hear it on TV. And if you say it at work, well, you'll probably be fired.
Is there any evidence Warner ever used it in connection to Davis? No.
But if we were going to make a bet?
Fans have already started making cool artwork in support of it.
I was pleased to hear McGraw watched and enjoyed Big Little Lies Season 1 Episode 1, which I gave a stellar review.
You guys haven't checked in with me if you've watched, which is a bit disappointing.
We can only make recommendations and hope you take them!
Another new show that premiered last night on HBO was Crashing, and both McGraw and I agreed it was well done and funny.
From Pete Holmes (and starring the same), it's a look at the burgeoning career of a stand-up comedian.
Since it's from HBO and affiliated with Judd Apatow, with it comes degrading circumstances both comical and cringe-worthy.
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Whether it was the immigration themed commercials or Lady Gaga's choice of material, he felt slapped in the face.
But was it really as political as all that?
Lady Gaga kept her word and delivered an entertaining half-time show that all Americans could enjoy.
Her message was delivered, but it was one that included all facets of America and added no further personal pronouncements.
That took courage, and of course, it was Lady Gaga who could do it so well.
The commercials for the Super Bowl weren't all that exciting, seeming to have lost their creativity from years' past.
When the best commercial on the air was the sneak peek of Stranger Things 2, and featured a 30-year-old commercial for Eggo waffles, well that right there should tell
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This week, we chatted about the return on Tgit and how Grey's Anatomy fans expected a more Alex-centric episode to be featured.
Scandal also got a nod, before we launched into HBO and The Leftovers, which McGraw
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I wonder when, or whether, Britain will ever grow up about sex. Especially Sunday-night sex on television. Are we just queasy about it arriving the night we dine frugally on soup and a boiled egg, our shoes polished in the hall ready for those keen, damp Monday mornings?
Emily Watson’s shocked reflection in a mirror, post-coitus, is a masterclass of conflicting emotions
Kelley’s next series, the Billy Bob Thornton legal drama “Goliath,” debuts Oct. 14 on Amazon. Early next year, he’ll premiere HBO’s “Big Little Lies,” starring Nicole Kidman, Reese Witherspoon, and Shailene Woodley, and after that, DirecTV’s serial killer thriller “Mr. Mercedes.”
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But here’s what’s not on Kelley’s docket: Anything in broadcast, where he once upon a time he was king.
“I don’t see a reason to, at this point,” Kelley told IndieWire. “If broadcast TV evolves and really cares about product more than exalting ratings over product, I might. If they got rid of commercials, I might. It’s just hard to succeed with good,
There's more heartbreak coming up on Teen Mom 2.
In a sneak peek at next week's episode released by MTV, Leah Messer finds out that custodial responsibility of her twins, Aleeah and Aliannah, 6, has been flipped to her ex-husband Corey Simms. (Simms, meanwhile, found out he had won on this week's episode.)
In the scene, Messer, 23, sits down with her lawyer Lyne Ranson, who puts a copy of the judge's order in front of her.
"I wanted to go over the order that we got with you," Ranson says gently. "There are certain things about it that
Director Richard Bracewell chats to us about Bill, and the behind the scenes struggle to bring it to the screen.
Regular readers of Den Of Geek will well know that we're sizeable fans of the comedy Bill. It's available on DVD now, and we can't recommend it highly enough.
What wasn't so well known at the time of its release was that Bill went through a distributor change last year, which at one stage looked like it might derail a wide cinema release, and thus keep the movie away from many people's eyeballs. We thus spoke to director Richard Bracewell about the film, and the behind the scenes story of just what was going on...
Can we dig into the untold story underpinning Bill? In particular, the problems that most didn't see, about simply getting the film released? Can you take us through what happened? Because we
But nothing in his previous work will prepare audiences for his latest protagonist — an adorable dachshund. In “Wiener-Dog,” the “Happiness” filmmaker follows the titular pooch as it is passed around from one dysfunctional owner to another. This being a Solondz movie, there’s plenty of dark gags, from explosive doggy diarrhea to an automobile-induced trip to the pet cemetery, that are certain to make the comedy one of the most divisive films to come out of this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
It’s the first film Solondz has had at the Park City, Utah, gathering since “Welcome to the Dollhouse” premiered to great acclaim in 1995. In a fitting bit of symmetry, “Wiener-Dog” checks in with that film’s teenage protagonist Dawn Wiener, now living an unfulfilled life as a veterinary assistant. There’s a casting switch though.
Actor and singer Staz Nair will star in the title role. Reeve Carney (Penny Dreadful, Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark) has been cast as "Riff Raff," one of Dr. Frank-n-Furter's loyal servants. Reeve Carney originated the role of Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the smash Broadway production Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark,
Press Release: Actress and recording artist Victoria Justice (“Victorious”) and Ryan McCartan (“Liv & Maddie,” “Heathers the Musical”) have been cast as “Janet Weiss” and “Brad Majors” in The Rocky Horror Picture Show, which is set to shoot this winter and air Fall 2016 on Fox.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show follows sweethearts Janet (Justice) and Brad (McCartan), who stumble upon Dr. Frank-n-Furter’s (Emmy Award-nominated actress Laverne Cox) bizarre abode. Frank-n-Furter, a sexually ambiguous, flirtatious alien mad-scientist,
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