Ellen DeGeneres Uses ‘Finding Dory’ To School President On Immigration

Finding Dory star Ellen DeGeneres has offered a very public – but very targeted – film analysis on her daytime talk show. Knowing that President Donald Trump hosted a screening of the animated film over the weekend, the-voice-of-Dory pointed out an immigration lesson she hopes he didn’t miss. (Watch the video below.) “Dory arrives in America with her friends Marlin and Nemo,” DeGeneres said in the opening monologue of The Ellen DeGeneres Show. “She ends up at [Read Entire Story]

Texas Radio Station Bans “Un-American” Madonna; Singer’s Fans Say Don’t Preach

A Texarkana classic hits radio station won’t be playing “Material Girl” anytime soon: HITS 105 has knocked Madonna off its playlist as “a matter of patriotism,” calling the singer’s Women’s March on Washington speech “un-American.” In a statement posted on the station’s Facebook page, general manager Terry Thomas said “Banning all Madonna songs at HITS 105 is not a matter of politics, it’s a matter of patriotism. It just [Read Entire Story]

Hollywood Bids Goodbye To President Barack Obama: “Here To Show Our Love”, Says Shonda Rhimes

Hollywood responded quickly to President Barack Obama’s farewell address tonight – in fact some big-name fans didn’t even wait for the speech to start before saying their goodbyes. Shonda Rhimes tweeted a selfie from Chicago with the note, “Here to show our love for our POTUS,” Russell Simmons simply quoted Martin Luther King Jr. about the arc of moral justice and Ellen DeGeneres suggested Twitter couldn’t contain her full emotions. Here’s a sampling of [Read Entire Story]

‘Urban Myths’ Trailer Offers First Look At Joseph Fiennes As Michael Jackson

Joseph Fiennes is barely recognizable – as himself, anyway – in full Michael Jackson drag in this first trailer for Urban Myths, Sky Arts’ upcoming (and, judging by this clip, pretty hilarious) eight-episode comedy series based on bizarre celebrity tall tales. Debuting January 19 in the U.K., Urban Myths offers such believe-it-or-not stories as a post-9/11 road trip taken by Jackson (Fiennes), Elizabeth Taylor (a dead-ringer Stockard Channing) and Marlon Brando [Read Entire Story]

New ‘Handmaid’s Tale’ Trailer Treks Deep Into Dark Future – TCA

Ordinary, says a character in this new teaser trailer for Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale, is just what you’re used to. By that standard, the Hulu original series looks anything but. Based on Margaret Atwood’s popular 1985 novel set in the Republic of Gilead – a dystopian, theocratic and highly misogynist future U.S. where women serve as handmaids – the series stars Elizabeth Moss as Offred. At least, that’s the name she’s been given. “I had [Read Entire Story]

Studios, Networks & Party-Throwers Save Golden Globes From NYC Snowstorm

The East Coast snowstorm that’s caused hundreds of delayed and canceled flights today shouldn’t dim tomorrow’s Golden Globes any: Whatever nominees were in New York City for two big awards events earlier this week had already headed west for yet more trophy-season gatherings. With the American Film Institute’s annual luncheon at the Beverly Hills Four Seasons hotel Friday and BAFTA Los Angeles’ yearly tea party today, studios and networks had already flown [Read Entire Story]

Robert Durst Claims He Was High On Meth During ‘Jinx’ Interviews, Flattered By Ryan Gosling’s ‘All Good Things’ Casting

Robert Durst says he was under the influence of methamphetamines when he murmured the apparent murder confession that dramatically capped HBO’s six-part 2015 doc The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst and led to his arrest. In fact, Durst told prosecutors last year, he was high during the entire taping. In a transcript of a March 15, 2015, jailhouse interview, filed in L.A. County Superior Court yesterday, Durst tells prosecutors: “Yeah, well, the whole long… SOURCE: [Read Entire Story]

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