John Oliver’s ‘Donald Drumpf’ is Beating Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz in Google Searches
Donald Trump has been so dominant that over the past 24 hours he’s been the No. 1 in Google searches of presidential candidates, followed by No. 2 “Donald Drumpf.” Ted Cruz is No. 3, while Marco Rubio is fourth.
The Marvel series, which ends its second tonight, deserves another chance after suffering from questionable scheduling decisions.
Disney Channel has begun casting for the third sequel to the hit franchise. “High School Musical is part of Disney Channel’s DNA,” says Disney Channel President Gary Marsh. “It embodies all that we stand for.”
“I think it’s a given that we want to be here,” says Kaley Cuoco. “That’s the overall consensus. It might be a sticky road, but if I have anything to do with it, we’d be here for much longer. That’s the goal.”
Cohen’s wife, Isla Fisher, helped him put on his fake Ali G beard.
The Boyz n the Hood director, who reunited with Cuba Gooding Jr. on American Crime Story, says of directing the FX event series: “When they announced that they were going to do the show, I called up, and I was like, ‘I got to be a part of this. I lived in Los Angeles. I lived in these times, I was living when this was happening.’ I was really passionate about it, and we all hooked up. They said, ‘welcome aboard.’”
The People v. O.J. Simpson star says: “I think in time hopefully I’ll be able to play characters that will allow audiences to see me as another person, and hopefully I’ll be able to convince some people that I’m an actor and not just that one character.”
The new Sunday Today will have a softer tone, with less of an emphasis on politics.
He’s joining When the Street Lights Go On, a 1983-set thriller about the brutal small-town murders of a high school student and her teacher.
The Girl Scouts of America verified the number, but pointed out that the figure included donations. PLUS: Why low Oscar ratings shouldn’t matter.
Colbert’s Late Show does indeed have more political guests than his late-night rivals, but he has yet to book any reality stars (not counting Donald Trump).
CNN recently ran a caption stating: “Australia building a fence at the Slovenian border.”
The Léon: The Professional and Taken director will make his writing debut for domestic television with the sci-fi project about an AI that escapes from the lab to carry out its own agenda.
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Tonight’s special event will feature a Double Dare halftime show and Rugrats-themed merchandise.
The Master of None star’s trip in December included visit to his father’s hometown, where his 89-year-old grandmother still lives.