Entertainment

Jimmy Kimmel speaks his mind

The articulate points are apropos some-more forked for late-night speak show horde Jimmy Kimmel, and that’s earning him a lot of scrutiny. Tracy Smith has the Sunday Profile: For Jimmy Kimmel, Hollywood is home: “You know, it’s unwashed and kinda gross, but we do adore it here.” “The weather is beautiful. There’s good restaurants here. There’s a lot to do. …

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"SNL" takes aim at Harvey Weinstein amid passionate attack accusations

NEW YORK — NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” gave Harvey Weinstein a pass last week. The ashamed film noble wasn’t utterly so propitious this week.  “Weekend Update” tossed off a few barbs targeting Weinstein and his tumble amid countless accusations of passionate assault. Colin Jost due that rather than the rehab Weinstein has affianced to undergo, jail would be some-more fitting. …

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Yankees cheered by Broadway’s longest-running play

Damn, Yankees rock. Ask the pinstripes-loving expel of “The Play That Goes Wrong,” who are using their heads to support the Bronx Bombers’ drive toward the World Series. At the screen call of the hit comedy, Broadway’s longest-running play, actors all wear central Yankees hats as they take their bows. An insider at the Lyceum Theatre tells Confidential that the …

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Mayim Bialik’s Harvey Weinstein op-ed sparks backlash

“The Big Bang Theory” singer Mayim Bialik is confronting the rage of the internet after a piece she wrote on Harvey Weinstein seemed to victim-blame women who have been sexually assaulted. Bialik, 41, penned an op-ed for the New York Times Saturday patrician “Being a Feminist in Harvey Weinstein’s World” in the arise of passionate attack and rape allegations directed …

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Woody Allen is ‘sad’ for Harvey Weinstein amid sex abuse scandal

Woody Allen has RSVP’d as one of the few attendees of the Harvey Weinstein empathize party. Allen feels “sad” for the ashamed producer, who has been accused of sexual harassment, passionate attack and rape by some-more than a dozen women. “The whole Harvey Weinstein thing is very unhappy for everybody involved,” the 81-year-old executive told the BBC. “Tragic for the …

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Samantha Bee wishes she wasn’t so busy

Living by a Trump presidency competence meant it’s easy work for late night hosts but Samantha Bee isn’t happy about it. “I still don’t wish for it,” she told Confidential before a Paleyfest talk. “I wish for a pacific universe in which we felt we were not careening toward a nuclear holocaust.” The “Full Frontal” horde estimates that 90% of …

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London cops open second review into Harvey Weinstein

London cops have non-stop a second review into ashamed Hollywood bigwig Harvey Weinstein — looking into a contingent of passionate attack allegations done by a lady who came brazen over the weekend. Metropolitan Police officials, who have formerly pronounced they are reviewing an claim against the film noble from the 1980s, but fixing him, pronounced Sunday that, “further allegations were …

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Review: Kate Winslet glows in Woody Allen’s "Wonder Wheel"

Woody Allen’s “Wonder Wheel,” a romantic comedy-drama starring Kate Winslet as an unfaithful lady in 1950s Coney Island, is the director’s best film in years. The movie, which had its universe premiere Saturday at the New York Film Festival, has many of the informed sentimental accoutrements of a duration Allen film, including starry-eyed characters with artistic aspirations who turn inextricable …

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Review: Kate Winslet glows in Woody Allen’s "Wonder Wheel"

Woody Allen’s “Wonder Wheel,” a romantic comedy-drama starring Kate Winslet as an unfaithful lady in 1950s Coney Island, is the director’s best film in years. The movie, which had its universe premiere Saturday at the New York Film Festival, has many of the informed sentimental accoutrements of a duration Allen film, including starry-eyed characters with artistic aspirations who turn inextricable …

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SNL takes clever mount against Harvey Weinstein

After unwell to acknowledge flourishing accusations against ashamed writer Harvey Weinstein during the deteriorate premiere, “Saturday Night Live” finally did so — but carefully. Crafting laughs over passionate attack is no easy task, according to “Weekend Update” anchor Michael Che. “It’s a tough mark for a comedian,” Che said, trying to explain the show’s noisy overpower on the Weinstein saga. …

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