Trevor Jackson will always support Chlöe Bailey.
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After having explored George Lucas, David Lynch, Hitchcock, and even William Friedkin in previous documentaries, Alexandre O. Phillippe turns his attention towards an unlikely subject, William Shatner, in his newest film, “You Can Call Me Bill.” Framed around a free-associative conversation with the famed actor, Phillipe’s new documentary might be catnip for any Trekkie but also represents something of a regression after the filmmaker’s probing “Lynch/Oz” last year. Continue reading ‘You Can Call Me Bill’ Review: Alexandre O.
Trevor Jackson will always support Chlöe Bailey.
The Daily Mail.During the scene, Bailey’s fictional sister comes to the door and watches what’s going on, when her boyfriend sees her, gives her a wink and continues to have sex with the actress.Online, many had concerns about the racy scene, especially coming off of the 24-year-old’s collaboration with Chris Brown last month, The pair recorded a song together called “How Does It Feel.”The Post reached out to Bailey’s rep for comment.“Where is a Chloe Bailey’s mentor pls???” one fan wrote on Twitter. “She’s been making terrible decisions lately, she should have never done that sex scene in Swarm and I’m not even gonna go into her most recent collab.”Another agreed, typing, “Something about Chloe Bailey’s sex scene makes me so uncomfortable like i don’t wanna see her in that light.”“The scene between Chloe Bailey and Damson Idris was very unnecessary.
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William Shatner is proud of his Canadian passport.
William Shatner enjoys using NSFW language and isn’t afraid to admit it. After delivering a keynote speech at the South by Southwest festival, Shatner spoke with producer Tim League about where his fondness for a certain four-letter word originated. When asked what he thought about disruptive electronic gadgets, the 91-year-old "Star Trek" star said, "Shut the f--- up.
Owen Gleiberman Chief Film Critic “You Can Call Me Bill” is the latest documentary from director Alexandre O. Philippe, who specializes in plucking tasty subjects out of the pop cosmos and doing deep-dive meditations on them. Philippe often leans into horror (“Memory: The Origins of Alien,” “Doc of the Dead,” and his greatest film, “78/52: Hitchcock’s Shower Scene”), but even with other subjects (“The People vs. George Lucas,” “Lynch/Oz”), what he’s always looking for is the heady ineffable curveball insight. So if you go into his new movie, which is all about William Shatner, presuming that it’s going to be something other than a conventional portrait of William Shatner, you’d be quite correct. The movie is built around an interview with the legendary 91-year-old actor, still vigorous and voluble, with a seize-the-day cornball glow to him. In “You Can Call Me Bill,” Shatner sits under the hot lights, with the camera close to his face, talking, talking, and talking — about life, death, acting, fame, love, desolation, and trees.
Swarm” is the new Prime Video project. It stars Chloe Bailey and Dominique Fishback and it’s written by Donald Glover and a writers’ room that includes Malia Obama. Bailey spoke about her relationship with Obama and how the two met years ago and reconnected while on set.Sasha and Malia Obama visit Hawaii to hand out food and blankets to those in needMalia Obama’s bosses are impressed with her work ethic and TV writing skillsA post shared by DOMINIQUE FISHBACK (@domfishback)In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Bailey talked about her history with Obama.
is a heady tale of a young woman's obsession with a fictional pop star and how that evolves into a dark road trip with unpredictable encounters. But according to star Chlöe Bailey, it's more a tale of sisterhood than anything else.From co-creators and executive producers Janine Nabers and Donald Glover, follows Dre (Dominique Fishback), a young woman obsessed with the fictional pop star Ni'Jah, whose body of work and art style are very similar to Beyoncé's. Set between 2016 and 2018, the series follows Dre as her fandom takes her to dark, unexpected places, which begins after a tragic incident involving her sister Marissa (Bailey) and Marissa's boyfriend, Khalid.
Oscars. However, the actress firmly has family on her mind after a "painful" time away from them. The 53-year-old recently spent months living apart from her loved ones while making psychological drama Tár.
Andy Cole has insisted he is not bothered if Manchester City striker Erling Haaland breaks his record for the number of goals scored in a single Premier League campaign.
Star Trek star revealed his reasoning behind the documentary was far more solemn than it may seem. The Golden Globe winner has enjoyed a lucrative and sensational career over the last 72 years. He originally became a household name through the globally renowned series Star Trek but has also since become a best-selling science fiction author and holds the title of the oldest person to fly in space.
William Shatner has no regrets over skipping his Star Trek co-star Leonard Nimoy's funeral. The 91-year-old sparked controversy when he decided to keep his prior commitment to attend a Red Cross fundraising event in Florida instead of going to his co-star's funeral in Los Angeles in March 2015. During an interview with Variety, Shatner was asked about the backlash and if he regretted not attending the service.
Legendary actor William Shatner is living each day like it’s his last. The 91-year-old "Star Trek" captain spoke out about his mortality, as he prepares to release his documentary "You Can Call Me Bill." "I’ve turned down a lot of offers to do documentaries before. But I don’t have long to live," Shatner revealed during an interview with Variety. "Whether I keel over as I’m speaking to you or 10 years from now, my time is limited, so that’s very much a factor.
To describe William Shatner, who turns 92 later this month, as “full of life” would be a gross understatement. When Deadline spoke with him about the documentary You Can Call Me Bill, which is making its world premiere at SXSW, he was about to go horseback riding. At a time when many people his age, those fortunate few to reach their 90s, are getting about with walkers or wheelchairs, he’s hoofing it.
William Shatner is getting vulnerable about mortality.
William Shatner is aware of his mortality.
Star Trek legend William Shatner has said he doesn’t “have long to live”.The 91-year-old recently finished his new documentary ‘You Can Call Me Bill’, which is described as ”an intimate portrait of William Shatner’s personal journey over nine decades on this Earth”.While wider release plans have yet to be finalised, the film will air at this year’s SXSW festival.Speaking about his decision to make the doc, Shatner said: “I’ve turned down a lot of offers to do documentaries before. But I don’t have long to live.“He went on to tell Variety that “whether I keel over as I’m speaking to you or 10 years from now, my time is limited, so that’s very much a factor. I’ve got grandchildren.
So many stars showed up for Vanity Fair Campaign Hollywood and TikTok Celebrate Vanities: A Night For Young Hollywood on Wednesday evening (March 8) in Los Angeles.
Brent Lang Executive Editor William Shatner kicks things off with a compliment. We’re talking via Zoom — he’s beaming in from the sprawling kitchen of his Los Angeles home, which overlooks the San Fernando Valley. I’m dialing in from the living room of my walkup apartment in Brooklyn, a much more modest setting. But Shatner is impressed by the over-stocked bookcase behind me, as well as the paintings, a seascape and an impressionist pastoral scene that I inherited from my grandmother, that line the wall around it. “You have terrific taste,” Shatner exclaims with the kind of brio that Captain James T. Kirk, his most famous alter-ego, approached his mission “to explore strange new worlds, seek out new life and new civilizations, [and] boldly go where no man has gone before!”
Gary Lineker, 62, and Piers Morgan, 57, have a history of former spats, and have argued about almost everything from pay cheques to BBC license fees. However, perhaps to many people's surprise, Piers put in a word of support for his so-called frenemy on Twitter yesterday, telling him he was his "defence". The Match of the Day host exclaimed: "There is no huge influx.