There’s more late-night bookings now that the writers strike is over.
18.09.2023 - 17:51 / justjared.com
Euphoria‘s Barbie Ferreira is opening up about why she decided to leave HBO’s massive hit television show, Euphoria, after only 2 seasons amid a lot of rumors.
While speaking on the “Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard” podcast a few months back, the 26-year-old actress opened up about the reason why she exited the show, spoke about the showrunner Sam Levinson, responded to rumors that she stormed off the set amid a feud with Sam, and so much more.
Keep reading to see the highlights…
There’s more late-night bookings now that the writers strike is over.
Jenelle Riley Deputy Awards and Features Editor This article first appeared as part of Jenelle Riley’s Acting Up newsletter – to subscribe for early content and weekly updates on all things acting, visit the Acting Up signup page. For all her work on stage and screen, Kristen Bell might best be known as the woman who cried over a sloth. Back in 2012, the actor went viral with a video shot by her husband, Dax Shepard isn’t even seen interacting with the sloth – in the video it’s just the anticipation of knowing it’s there causes her to practically hyperventilate with euphoria. It was a moment Wallis Annenberg PetSpace’s Catie Voglio could relate to all too well.
After more than a decade on the CW, the iHeartMedia Jingle Ball television special is moving to ABC with a multi-year deal.
Queer Eye host Jonathan Van Ness during a recent episode of the podcast Armchair Expert, which is hosted by actor Dax Shepard.The two stars seemingly didn’t mean to get into it about trans rights and how the community is being treated, but their conversation go to that point, and it didn’t take long before it became somewhat heated and certainly very emotional.Van Ness and Shepard started talking about The New York Times, and after the Queer Eye Emmy nominee stated that he didn’t feel that the paper was left-leaning, Shepard disagreed vehemently. That’s when Van Ness started talking about how the newspaper can sometimes use anti-trans language, and from there, they had a difficult time keeping it together.The crux of their discussion centered on the discomfort some people feel about teenagers who decide they need to go through a gender transition.
Tensions were rising on the latest ep of Dax Shephard’s podcast, “Armchair Expert“, which featured “Queer Eye” star Jonathan Van Ness as a guest.
Euphoria creator Sam Levinson has opened up about his efforts to help Angus Cloud overcome his drug struggles, including multiple interventions.The actor, who played Fezco in the HBO series, died aged 25 on July 31 from an accidental drug overdose. According to the coroner’s report, fentanyl, benzodiazepines, methamphetamine and cocaine were found in his system.Following his death, Levinson revealed in an extensive interview with People that he repeatedly encouraged Cloud to seek help for his struggles.He first intervened between the first and second season of Euphoria where, after the actor turned up to his office visibly unwell, he suggested to his family that Cloud should be sent to rehab.
Euphoria creator Sam Levinson has spoken at length about castmember Angus Cloud for the first time since Cloud’s death in July from a lethal mix of methamphetamine, fentanyl, cocaine and benzodiazepines.
Jonathan Van Ness was brought to tears during their appearance on Dax Shephard‘s Armchair Expert podcast.
Caroline Brew editor In the most recent episode of Dax Shepard’s podcast “Armchair Expert,” Jonathan Van Ness broke down in tears while defending the rights of transgender kids. Shepard and Van Ness engaged in a light-hearted conversation about a range of topics before they began talking about The New York Times. When Van Ness said the publication should not be considered left-leaning, Shepard responded with, “It absolutely is.” Van Ness then said the publication shares anti-trans content.
McKinley Franklin editor Angus Cloud’s family and friends are remembering the spirit of the late “Euphoria” actor. “I don’t think a spirit like his could be defined,” Zendaya told People in an interview over email. “He was one of the most unique and pure-hearted people I’ve ever met.
nonbinary and uses they/he/she pronouns, would discuss their own podcast, “Getting Curious.”But became tense when Shepard said it was “insane” that President Joe Biden is the country’s “best option.”Then, the duo clashed over whether The New York Times should be considered a left-leaning newspaper.Van Ness argued it’s not because of recent articles about gender-affirming care that some readers interpreted as “anti-trans.” Shepard, however, used conservative talking points, claiming The Times was merely “challenging” and asking “questions” about issues, such as teens taking puberty blockers and hormones.The Post has contacted reps for Van Ness and Shepard for comment. “Some people are very uncomfortable about teenagers transitioning,” Shepard said.
Todd Spangler NY Digital Editor Hablas robot? Spotify is testing out a way for podcasters to reach listeners in different languages, using artificial-intelligence technology that emulates the podcaster’s own voice. As part of the pilot, Spotify worked with a “select group” of podcasters — Dax Shepard and Monica Padman (“Armchair Expert”), Lex Fridman, Steven Bartlett (“The Diary of a CEO”) and The Ringer’s Bill Simmons — to generate AI-powered voice translations in other languages including Spanish, French and German for a few episodes.
Bjørn Gulden, chief executive of Adidas, has given his first in-depth public comment on the fallout of his company’s relationship with Kanye West following the rapper-designer’s repeated antisemitic outbursts last year.
Jack Whitehall and his longtime girlfriend Roxy Horner welcomed their first child into the world earlier this month and now we’ve learned they did something unique with the umbilical cord.
William Earl SPOILER ALERT: This article discusses general themes from the first five seasons of “Yellowstone.” The heart of “Yellowstone” is the Dutton family’s work protecting, preserving and making money from their namesake ranch. With the current impasse in producing scripted shows because of the ongoing writers and actors strikes, CBS is bolstering its fall schedule by rerunning “Yellowstone,” the Taylor Sheridan-created saga that’s been a massive hit on Paramount Network since its 2018 premiere.
Greta Gerwig’s Barbie film continues to smash box office records around the globe and has now taken another that was previously held by Marvel’s The Avengers.As per Variety, by the end of this weekend, the film will have grossed over $623million (£502million) at the domestic box office in the US, meaning it will have surpassed Marvel’s The Avengers. As noted on Screen Rant, this then makes Barbie the 11th highest grossing movie of all time in North America.Other achievements of the film include a global box office earning of more than $1billion (£807million).Mattel meanwhile expects Barbie to contribute over $125million (£100million) in gross billings to the company this year.Anthony DiSilvestro, chief financial officer at Mattel, shared the number during the Goldman Sachs media conference earlier this month (September 7).
Thania Garcia J Balvin’s new single “Dientes” has landed with a matching, neon-colored music video featuring guest artists Usher and DJ Khaled. The EDM and reggaeton track “Dientes,” meaning teeth in Spanish, was made using an interpolation of Usher’s 2004 record-breaking hit, “Yeah!” The music video is set against lively city streets and bright indoor dance floors that place all three stars on center stage.
HBO and Euphoria creator Sam Levinson have been accused of ripping off the work of photographer Petra Collins.
Former Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt has proudly showcased her stunning pearly whites after 'hating' her teeth when she was younger.The 32-year-old flashed a beaming smile and revealed to fans that she was bullied for her teeth after being hit by a car as a teenager. Scarlett admitted that her teeth turned black and were left "smashed" following an accident when she was on her bike.This led to other kids teasing her for it, but now the new mum says she's got a smile to be "proud of".The I'm A Celeb winner opened up about the incident a few years ago and said, "I was on my bike when I was 11 and a car hit me.The nerves had gone, so I had black teeth at the front.
An NFT-backed animated series production featuring the voices of Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Chris Rock, Dax Shepard, Jane Fonda and Seth MacFarlane has been fined $1 million for misleading investors.