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As Hollywood continues to clean house in the wake of sexual harassment and assault allegations against numerous players in the industry, it’s worth remember that this behavior was enabled in many small, seemingly innocuous ways. Case in point, Aa…
She’ll play DeLorean’s wife Christina Ferrare The post Morena Baccarin Cast Opposite Alec Baldwin in DeLorean Scripted Doc appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Saturday Night Live returns on November 4 with host Larry David and musical guest Miley Cyrus The post SNL Highlights: Kellywise, Trump and Host Kumail Nanjiani appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Will viewers remember this year’s Emmy ceremony more than last year’s? Probably not, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t a good one. Stephen Colbert was arguably better than Jimmy Kimmel’s pre-Oscars stint a year ago, there were a number of impressive upsets (Holy Ann Dowd!) and, for the most part, the winners were incredibly worthy of their just rewards (just don’t get us started on “The Voice” over “Drag Race” in Reality-Competition). Continue reading Best and Worst of the 2017 Emmy Awards: ‘Handmaid’s Tale,’ Donald Glover, ‘9 to 5’ Reunion at The Playlist.
Louie Anderson won this category last year. Tony Hale won two out of the past four years. Ty Burrell won in 2011 and 2014. None of that matters because Alec Baldwin is taking this easily for his iconic performance as Donald Trump on “SNL.” You can even expect a Trump tweet about it is already ready to go. [Posted July 24] Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series 1. Continue reading 2017 Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series Predictions at The Playlist.
Alex Baldwin will play automotive rival Enzo Ferrari The post Lamborghini Biopic Puts Antonio Banderas in the Driver’s Seat appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
They say you can’t go home again, but Jimmy Fallon did exactly that last night, returning to his roots to host “Saturday Night Live” for the third time since leaving his role as cast member in 2004. Instead of poking fun at his disastrous pre-election interview with Donald Trump on “The Tonight Show,” which some might have presumed he would self-deprecatingly mock himself for, Fallon opted for silence and easy jokes, playing an adorably quiet Jared Kushner in an “America’s Next Top Model” spoof that pitted him against Steve Bannon (represented again as the grim reaper) for the role of Trump’s top advisor in the cold open. Continue reading Saturday Night Live: Melissa McCarthy Spicers Up The Hitler Gaffe; Fallon Goes Soft On Trump at The Playlist.