Jimmy Kimmel Gives Donald Trump His Toughest Late-Night Interview
After receiving kid glove treatment from Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon, Trump got a grilling Wednesday night over the comments he’s made about Muslims and Mexicans. (Kimmel’s sidekick, Guillermo, is a Mexican immigrant who became an American citizen). “Isn’t it un-American and wrong to discriminate against people based on their religion?” Kimmel asked Trump. Kimmel also asked The Donald to explain how his rhetoric doesn’t “help ISIS” recruit more members. “I don’t buy it,” Trump responded. PLUS: Watch Kimmel interview Trump, Kimmel created a Dr. Seuss-inspired Trump children’s book, and the LAPD shut down Hollywood Blvd for Trump on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Larry Wilmore: I’ll have “unsaid permission” to joke about race when I host the White House Correspondents’ Dinner
“Because maybe I have unsaid permission, I think I can talk about race in a way where maybe somebody might not have,” The Nightly Show host says of hosting President Obama’s last appearance at the “Nerd Prom.” “I think I’ll have some fun with that.” Wilmore adds: “When I was a kid, a black man couldn’t even be the quarterback of a football team. That alone is so significant. And that’s why it’s so meaningful to me that I get to do it in this last year. It has a sort of resonance for me.”
CBS has yet to make Mike & Molly‘s cancelation official. But as Deadline explains, CBS would’ve had to negotiate a new license agreement to renew the series with studio Warner Bros. TV at the end of Season 6, which would’ve meant new and more expensive contracts with the actors. Deadline also reports that the impending cancelation had nothing to do with Melissa McCarthy’s movie career.
Billboards promoting Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life featuring a crudely drawn man with a lightswitch penis was met with complaints.
Elizabeth Banks, Daniel Radcliffe, Colin Farrell, Kirsten Dunst, Matthew Perry, Michael B. Jordan and Julianna Margulies are also part of Celebrities Read Mean Tweets #9.
As part of a TV deal with Universal Television, Vin Diesel will produce a TV version of his Riddick movie franchise.
D’Arcy Gurr claims she was injured when the NBC reality show taped at the L.A. County Fair and she tripped over wires left on the floor.
Check out Ferrell as the new, badass Santa.
Abrams kicked off his professional directing career on the first season of the WB Keri Russell drama that he co-created.
Adam Stafford will play the foe of the Justice Society.
Sam Shaw never intended his WGN series to be ripped from the headlines of history. “But at the same time,” he adds, “I think a lot of viewers might be surprised by how many of the details of the storytelling are inspired by the history.”
Anna Duggar says in next week’s Jill and Jessa: Counting On special: “It was definitely a hard thing. I think it is such a betrayal for a spouse to go through what we’re walking through,” she said. “It was hard to realize that it was such a public thing, and so, not only was it a betrayal against me, but it was also a betrayal for those who call themselves Christian…”
The TV biopic has already attracted 15.6 million viewers, counting DVR users.
According to Dictionary.com, a Lardass is defined by “a person having usually large buttocks.”
The High School Musical alum will appear in the show’s Romeo and Juliet musical.
The futuristic space thriller can also be accessed On Demand.
Olivia Culpo, who won Miss Universe in 2012, will also be joining the panel on Fox Sunday night.