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'Gone Girl,' 'Unbroken' lead drumbeat of fall 'Gone Girl,' 'Unbroken' lead drumbeat of fall movies Check out this story on pal-item.com: http://pinews.co/1tZFzAj Looking for a diamond in the rough, the actress-turned-director searched the movies that studios owned but weren't making. "So I scanned through these generals and landed on 'Unbroken,' a story of resilience and strength and the human spirit, of faith and survival at sea," says Jolie.
'No point in being angry': Cecily Strong says she's 'genuinely happy' about getting dropped from SNL'S Weekend Update But Cecily Strong says she is not too upset by the change, posting her reaction via Instagram, along with a photo of her snuggling with her dog. 'I don't see this as me leaving update, just as me being on update in a looser, goofier way that is a lot more fun for me and in a way I think I'm better at,' Strong wrote in the accompanying caption on Friday.
Ben Affleck stars in "Gone Girl," which will be released Oct. 3. The film is based on the best-selling novel. Looking for a diamond in the rough, the actress-turned-director searched the movies that studios owned but weren't making.
Hollywood's annual awards season may be months away yet, but for many the race for Oscars gold has already started, with strong contenders emerging from key film festivals this month. While it is too early to talk of frontrunners -- unlike last year when "12 Years a Slave" established itself early in awards season -- several movies and actors are already generating buzz in Tinseltown.
Jon Stewart isn't buying the NFL's story that they never laid eyes on the Ray Rice domestic violence video until it was released by TMZ last week. On Wednesday night's episode of the Daily Show, Stewart dedicated a portion of his segment to the alleged cover-up that brought Rice's football career to an end.
Next month, the Akron-Summit County Library welcomes John Hodgman, the PC opposite Justin Long's Mac in a TV ad series for Apple, the host of the weekly podcast Judge John Hodgman , The Daily Show 's "Resident Expert" , a This American Life contributor, an actor, a stand-up comedian , and the author of The Areas of My Expertise and other titles. I may have left out some of his work in that list -- there's a reason he's the "Resident Expert."
This Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014 file photo shows actor Michael Che at the "Top Five" premiere at the Princess of Wales Theatre during the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival, in Toronto.
You might know the scholarly, mustachioed gent from his television commercial appearances for Apple as the personification of a PC or from his turns as a correspondent for "The Daily Show." He's also a best-selling author and a pretty good example of an all-around humorist.
Film festival season is packed with new -- but not always noteworthy -- movies. Here's some of our favorites that are coming to theaters soon.
Michael Che will join Colin Jost behind the "Weekend Update" desk for the upcoming 40th season Former "Saturday Night Live" writer Michael Che will join Colin Jost behind the "Weekend Update" desk for the upcoming 40th season of the late-night sketch show, NBC told TheWrap on Thursday. He replaces Cecily Strong, who will return as a full-time cast member, or repertory player, as the long-running comedy show refers to its sketch stars.
At the University of Colorado, Dr. Peter McGraw runs the Humor Research Lab, a group that tries to empirically prove what's funny and what's not. In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, his group researched a trend: when is too soon to joke about tragedy? "We found that those jokes started to rise in humor and peaked at about 36 days," McGraw told host Ricky Camilleri in a HuffPost Live conversation Thursday.
Looking for a diamond in the rough, the actress-turned-director searched the movies that studios owned but weren't making. "So I scanned through these generals and landed on 'Unbroken,' a story of resilience and strength and the human spirit, of faith and survival at sea," says Jolie.
On a recent episode of Comedy Central's THE DAILY SHOW, Adam Levine chatted about the various interpretations of Maroon 5 's fifth album title, "V," and reminisced about when the band was still called Kara's Flowers. Check out the appearance below! One anchor, several correspondents, zero credibility.
On this national day of reflection and memorial, we want to once again take a look back at those moments that proved the "healing power of comedy" to be true. From David Letterman's first night back at "Late Show" to The Onion's brilliantly cathartic post-9/11 issue to Gilbert Gottfried's legendarily filthy roast of Hugh Hefner, these are the times we realized that it was okay, and even necessary, to laugh again.
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