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It’s not too often that an actor pleasantly shocks audiences by leaping past his/her preconceived range, or by showcasing a skill set that seems to have come from left field. Maybe because most actors just don’t have a second talent they’ve been hiding.
Audiences won\'t get to see \"The Interview\" on Christmas Day -- and maybe even ever. According to a spokesperson for Sony Pictures, the studio has \"no further release plans\" for the Seth Rogen-James Franco comedy, making even on-demand or Blu-ray releases unlikely. Which is a shame for a number of reasons, including the fact that \"The Interview\" is really quite funny. Ahead, six things you\'re missing by not seeing \"The Interview.\"\n\nBreakout performances from Randall Park and Diana Bang\n\n\n\nIt may star Seth Rogen and James Franco, but \"The Interview\" puts actors Randall Park and Diana Bang at the forefront. Both deliver ...
To millions, Jay Z is an American success story -- a wildly popular artist and a self-made businessman from humble roots. But to Sean Hannity, Jay Z is just a \"former crack dealer.” \n\n\"Fuck, man,\" Jon Stewart said on \"The Daily Show\" Wednesday night, after playing a clip of Hannity\'s comments. \"I don\'t even know what to do here.\"\n\nBut if Jay Z is just a \"former crack dealer\" to Fox News, then turnabout is fair play. \"The Daily Show\" correspondent Jessica Williams joined Stewart to give new titles to some of the network\'s favorite talking heads, including Ted Nugent, G. ...
On Wednesday, Stephen Collins released a lengthy statement to People magazine in which he again confessed to past sexual abuse of children. \n\nIn an interview with Katie Couric, airing Friday, the former \"7th Heaven\" star offered something of an explanation for his actions: \"I think I\'m a human being with flaws and I\'ve done everything I can to address them.\" \n\nCollins, who played a minister for 11 seasons on The WB show, credited his own faith with helping him to \"put that stuff behind [him].\" \n\n\"Christ says in so many ways, \'Bring me that which about you is broken. Bring ...
Thanks to Mindy Kaling\'s show The Mindy Project, Reese Witherspoon has her very own Christmas decoration trend sweeping social media.
Ansel Elgort has taken to his Twitter account to respond to some rumors spreading online that he is gay.
As the cyber attack on Sony Pictures revealed a cache of stolen emails, including bits of news and gossip, both Aaron Sorkin and Judd Apatow were among the most critical toward the way members of the press covered the story.\n\n\"As a screenwriter in Hollywood who\'s only two generations removed from probably being blacklisted, I\'m not crazy about Americans calling other Americans un-American, so let\'s just say that every news outlet that did the bidding of the Guardians of Peace [the group claiming responsibility for the hack] is morally treasonous and spectacularly dishonorable,\" Sorkin wrote in a New York Times op-ed.\n\nApatow ...
There was definitely a baby boom in Hollywood this year as stars including Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher, Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling and Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis all welcomed new additions in 2014.\n\nHere\'s a list of all the celebrity bundles of joy: \n\n
\"It’s not even what Nick needed. I felt like it’s what kids needed.\"\n\nIt seemed like Nickelodeon didn\'t have any plans to start work on animation before Vanessa Coffey showed up in 1988. When she reached out to them for a job after nine years working in development at Marvel, and then Murakami-Wolf-Swenson, they asked Coffey why she wanted to visit the studio. \"To talk about animation,\" she said.\n\nThere was almost no original animation in the late \'80s. Everything was modeled after pre-existing comic strips or, far worse, essentially just a vessel for selling related products. \"At that time animation ...
\n\nOffstage, 2014 has been a messy year. Onstage (and onscreen), it will have been 365 days of passion. That\'s the theme that runs through HuffPost Entertainment\'s list of the year\'s best performances across pop-culture genres. From the ladies of \"Saturday Night Live\" and \"Bang Bang\" to Emma Watson\'s and Killer Mike\'s stirring speeches about social change, each of these 26 moments in entertainment oozed with commitment, including (especially?) the one that involves tossing body parts. Here are the best performances of the year (and while you\'re at it, check out HuffPost\'s lists of the greatest movies, TV shows, albums and ...