Wendi McLendon-Covey is speaking out about Jeff Garlin‘s from The Goldbergs.
Wendi McLendon-Covey is speaking out about Jeff Garlin‘s from The Goldbergs.
At about 8:18 p.m. Monday, the National Weather Service issued a tornado warning in parts of Los Angeles and Ventura Counties. “Take cover now,” read the alert that flashed across phones in Northwestern Malibu and Southern Ventura County. Local TV stations also issued push alerts with the warning.
Billie Eilish‘s role in the Donald Glover-written and produced Amazon Prime Video series, Swarm, has been revealed.Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Swarm’s co-writer and producer Janine Nabers revealed that the role – Eilish’s first – was inspired by the infamous Hollywood-adjacent cult NXIVM and its leader Keith Raniere.In Swarm, Eilish stars as Eva, the young executive director of a female empowerment group that later is revealed to be a cult.“There is a cult that existed in the world that was very prominent during that time,” Nabers told The Hollywood Reporter. “And that is the kind of true-crime element to that episode.
Will Sharpe is stepping behind the camera once again!
Mountain Rescue teams have joined the search for a man who vanished while walking in Fife. Police issued an appeal earlier today to try and trace Craig Williams, 29, who was last seen walking from Naysmyth Place in Kelty towards Lochore Meadows, near Harran Hill, at around 10.45am.
Selome Hailu Allison Tolman has been cast in “St. Denis Medical,” a comedy pilot at NBC from “Superstore” and “American Auto” creator Justin Spitzer. The pilot is described as a mockumentary about an underfunded, understaffed Oregon hospital where the dedicated doctors and nurses try their best to treat patients while maintaining their own sanity. Tolman will play Alex, the supervising nurse in St. Denis’ emergency department who is dedicated to providing excellent care to her patients, often sacrificing her personal life to maintain her high standards. Tolman recently held the recurring role of Winnie McLendon in “Gaslit,” the Starz limited series based on the Watergate scandal. She is also known for starring as Molly Solverson in Season 1 of FX’s “Fargo,” which earned her a Critics Choice Award as well as nominations for an Emmy and a Golden Globe. Her other TV credits include “Why Women Kill” on Paramount+ and ABC’s “Emergence” and “Downward Dog.” In film, she has appeared in “The House,” “The Gift,” “Krampus” and “Killing Gunther.”
Rebecca Rubin Film and Media Reporter Will Sharpe, who endeared himself to audiences on “The White Lotus,” is directing a feature film adaptation of Michelle Zauner’s 2021 memoir “Crying in H Mart.” Zauner’s novel centers around her relationship with her Korean heritage and her mother, who died from cancer in 2014. Best known as the frontwoman for indie-pop band Japanese Breakfast, Zauner is adapting the screenplay and will also play a part in the film’s music. According to the official synopsis from MGM, which is backing the movie, “Crying in H Mart” is a “coming-of age story about a half-Korean daughter who returns to small town Oregon to care for her Korean mother. Critical and smothering Chong-mi and creative and independent Michelle struggle to understand each other across a cultural fault line, only learning to see and accept one another through the formative power of music and the vibrant flavors of Korean cooking.”
On the heels of a breakout performance in The White Lotus Season 2, Will Sharpe has been tapped to direct Crying in H Mart for MGM’s Orion Pictures, Deadline can confirm.
Hal Dresner, a veteran writer for film and television who is credited for the memorable line, “What we have here is a failure to communicate” in the film Cool Hand Luke, died Friday in Medford, Oregon of cancer. He was 85 and his death was confirmed by his family.
EXCLUSIVE: As The Goldbergs is wrapping its 10-season run on ABC, series star Wendi McLendon-Covey has been tapped to lead another single-camera broadcast comedy, NBC pilot St. Denis Medical.
Bill Walton feels things more intensely than just about any human being on the planet. The former basketball star – a legend in college and the pros – communes with nature at almost a cellular level, taking in the beauty of his beloved Oregon, for instance, with rapt pleasure. He can tell you perhaps every body of water in the state, and its metaphorical significance (a river he compares to a fast-break in basketball).
Those who want to blow their mum away for Mother's Day this year could pick up a 'mystery holiday' at a discounted rate.
‘Bad All Over The World – 50 Years Of Rock Tour’ is decidedly the latter.“From (our) very first show, we’ve stayed true to ourselves and the music we love,” Thorogood said on Instagram. “We’ve decided to celebrate our first half-century by throwing the biggest and baddest rock party ever.”Over the course of 37 huge concerts, the legendary classic rockers/bluesmen will take their big and bad rock party to theaters, arenas and amphitheaters all over the U.S.
EastEnders fans have speculated about the identity of Ravi Gulati’s mystery crime boss as he put his stay-out-of-prison plan into action. In recent episodes of the popular BBC soap, Diane Parish’s Denise Fox scrambled to save her marriage to Scott Maslen’s Jack Branning after following Ravi, played by Aaron Thiara, to a hotel room for an affair. While Denise saw the error of her ways and returned to Jack, the hairstylist was terrified that her detective boyfriend would work out her secret.
Joshua Bassett quietly shut down a heckler during his concert over the weekend.
EXCLUSIVE: Kelly Park has been tapped to direct the pilot for Non-Evil Twin while Ruben Fleischer will helm the pilot for St. Denis Medical, both for NBC.
He’s no traitor. Joshua Bassett was quick to shut down a fan’s expletive-filled comment about ex Olivia Rodrigo during a recent performance.
Holly Willoughby was left recoiling in a mix of horror and disgust as one of the show's latest guests made an admission. Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield were back at the helm of the ITV daytime show and had another jam-packed show on their hands.
is once again one of the most talked-about films in 2023, in large part thanks to one of its former child stars, Ke Huy Quan, who has made a major Hollywood comeback with . In the 1985 film directed by Richard Donner, written by Chris Columbus and based on a story by Steven Spielberg, Quan plays Richard «Data» Wang, a spy fanatic obsessed with making his own gadgets who is one of several kids living in a coastal Oregon town attempting to save their homes from foreclosure by searching for the long-lost fortune of legendary pirate One-Eyed Willy.During his emotional speech for his historic Best Supporting Actor Oscar win on Sunday for his role in, Quan personally thanked his co-star Jeff Cohen, who later became his lawyer and negotiated his deal for Cohen played Chunk in. Quan was in tears as he thanked Cohen, calling him his «Goonies brother for life.»The longtime friends later happily posed at the after-party alongside Ana de Armas.Back in January when Quan received an Oscar nomination, Cohen — who's a partner at entertainment law firm Cohen Gardner LLP — shared a heartfelt message for him on Twitter.«Could not be more proud of and excited for my Brother, Ke Huy Quan,» he wrote while sharing pictures of the two, including a throwback on of them on the set.
Meredith Woerner Deputy Editor, Variety.com Goonies never say die, even 38 years later. It’s been almost four decades since Richard Donner’s “Goonies” premiered, and the bond between the band of pre-teen outsiders, who happen upon a pirate ship off the coast of their little town in Oregon, remains strong. Moments after his crowd-delighting win at the Academy Awards, an elated Ke Huy Quan entered the press room to yet another standing ovation. When asked how his younger self would embrace the recent news of his Oscar win, the actor turned nostalgic. “My younger self would not know all the struggles that I went through to be here,” Quan said. “Because he was just having the time of his life being a kid, being on the set, on a pirate ship, going down a waterslide. Right before this night started, Corey Feldman, one of my ‘Goonies’ brothers called. I was talking to Kerri Green and of course tonight Jeff Cohen, who is my entertainment lawyer, is here tonight with me. Sean [Astin] reached back, Josh [Brolin], Martha [Plimpton]. We are always bonded. We’re family forever. Goonies never say die!”
Hugh Grant wasn't thrilled by his chat with ABC’s co-hostAshley Graham, or her line of questioning ahead of Sunday's 95th Oscars.While chatting with Graham outside the Dolby Theatre ahead of the big show, Grant seemed to get increasingly irritated throughout the conversation, and really didn't want to engage at all.When asked what he's wearing — a fairly normal red carpet question — Grant simply said, «Just my suit.» He was equally terse when asked who he was rooting for, responding, «No one in particular.»Graham tried to turn things around, asking about his highly talked-about cameo in , but it was to no avail, with Grant simply responding, «Well, I'm barely in it. I’m in for about three seconds.»The cringey exchange came to an end with one final uncomfortable moment when, after asking a final question and getting nothing in return, Graham said, «Well, OK, it was nice to talk to you.»«Yeah,» Grant said, seemingly rolling his eyes as he handed back the mic.I'm Hugh Grant all night with the Oscars & award shows in general nowadays.
Police have confirmed today that the figure spotted on CCTV was not missing Ayrshire man Andrew Linton.
The Hollywood Reporter claims that Jenna Ortega is close to being cast in the sequel.Fans know Ortega as the newest scream queen in Hollywood. She’s starred on shows like You and even stars in the titular role on Netflix’s Wednesday. In addition, she’s also horrified fans in two Scream franchise movies.
Two ships passing in the night! Jesse Spencer will return to Chicago Fire for a special episode amid Taylor Kinney’s temporary leave of absence.
Jesse Spencer will make a special comeback in the role of Matt Casey in an upcoming Chicago Fire episode.
An original star of Chicago Fire is returning to the show later this season!
Emily Longeretta Casey is back in Chicago, once again. Jesse Spencer, who left NBC’s “Chicago Fire” in 2021 after 200 episodes, will return for the 18th episode of Season 11, Variety confirms. Details about his storyline are still under wraps. Spencer portrayed Matt Casey on the Dick Wolf drama for the first nine seasons. He left during the the fifth episode of Season 10, as the character moved to Oregon with a three-year commitment to a new job. At the time, he shared that he was walking away from the show since he’d been doing television for 18 years and wanted to take a step back and spend more time with his family. (He previously starred in the Australian soap “Neighbours” and portrayed Dr. Robert Chase on Fox’s “House.”)
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Fandom’s “Oscars According to Fans” survey reports that “Avatar: The Way of Water” takes the Oscar for Best Picture over “Top Gun: Maverick” if it were up to fans.James Cameron’s long-awaited sequel was the favorite of 15 states — such as Washington, Oklahoma, Illinois, New York and Alabama — while Tom Cruise’s equally long-awaited sequel took second place as the top film in 13 states including California, Oregon, Nevada, Montana, Wyoming, North Carolina and Maine among others.“Elvis” came in third place for fan votes to win Best Picture. Austin Butler’s portrayal of Elvis was the fan favorite of 9 states including Arizona, Mew Mexico, Minnesota and more, with 36% of voters picking him to win the Oscar for the Best Actor.
The first trailer for Dianna Agron‘s new movie has been released.
Jordan Moreau The “Pokémon Detective Pikachu” sequel has finally caught a director. Jonathan Krisel, co-creator of “Portlandia,” is in negotiations with Legendary Entertainment to direct the sequel to the live-action “Pokémon” movie from 2019. Chris Galletta will write the script. Krisel co-created, wrote and executive produced IFC’s sketch comedy show “Portlandia,” which starred fellow co-creators Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein in a multitude of oddball situations around Portland, Oregon. He also co-created, wrote and directed FX’s “Baskets,” starring Zach Galifianakis as a rodeo clown. Previously, Galletta wrote the 2013 coming-of-age comedy “The Kings of Summer.”
Bon Iver have announced a fresh slate of tour dates in the United States this August.The band took to social media on March 27 to break the news, announcing a total of 12 shows. Justin Vernon and co.
APPOINTMENTSAgent Beckie Sugden has joined booking agency CAA. Says co-head of CAA London, Emma Banks: “We are THRILLED to have Beckie join our team and contribute her talents to the work we do for our artists. She has a proven track record for success in the representation business and, in just a couple of days, has become an integral part of the CAA team here in London”.————————————————–RELEASESDaughter have released new single ‘Swim Back’.
SPOILER ALERT! This post contains details from the season finale of Fox’s Alert: Missing Persons Unit.
Something is missing from the year’s Best Picture nominees.
Brian Austin Green praised Megan Fox while reacting to his ex Vanessa Marcil’s claim that she raised their their son Kassius “alone.”
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