Also, Fallon's Neil Young impression remains eerily flawless.
Coming up this evening on "Piers Morgan Tonight," actor and evangelist Kirk Cameron sits down for a candid and engaging discussion on politics, faith, values, and morals.
Best known for his role as the lovable Mike Seaver on television's "Growing Pains," Cameron is now a 41-year-old father of 6, and a Born Again Christian. Against a backdrop of the upcoming election, host Piers Morgan asks Cameron where he stands on various hot button social issues, including gay marriage:
"Marriage is almost as old as dirt, and it was defined in the garden between Adam and Eve. One man, one woman for life till death do you part. So I would never attempt to try to redefine marriage. And I don't think anyone else should either," explains Cameron. "So do I support the idea of gay marriage? No, I don't."
Joining Morgan in person, Cameron goes on to explain his views on homosexuality:
"I think that it's - it's - it's unnatural. I think that it's - it's detrimental, and ultimately destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization."
Tune in to "Piers Morgan Tonight" at 9 p.m. ET/PT as the host of the upcoming documentary "Monumental" reveals his views on abortion, and details what he'd do if one of his children came to him and said "I'm gay."
Here's a bit from the interview:
So who got badges?! What panels are you excited to see? The process this year was a lot smoother. Also 4-day passes are gone already according to most on their FB page. ETA: For those who didn't get passes this morning, you can try again when they sell returned passes. :)
Sources confirm to TVLine exclusively that most of the principal cast of PBS’ cultural phenomenon — including Michelle Dockery (Lady Mary), Elizabeth McGovern (Cora), Hugh Bonneville (Robert), Joanne Froggatt (Anna) and Brendan Coyle (Bates) — have inked new deals through the show’s fourth and fifth season.
Those who have yet to sign on the dotted line (the key word there being yet) are Dan Stevens (Matthew), Siobhan Finneran (O’Brien) and Jessica Brown Findlay (Lady Sybil).
The cast’s original pacts carried them through the currently-in-production Season 3 (slated to air stateside in January 2013). The new contracts were inked despite the fact that Abbey has yet to be officially renewed beyond Season 3.
Last month’s Season 2 finale drew a series-best 5.4 million viewers and earned PBS its best numbers in three years.
Source wikipedia + ONTD members + my crazy head
This shit took like 10 years to put together OMG!!!
Discuss discuss discuss!!!
British helmer Sam Miller, who directed episodes of the Elba starrer Luther as well as shows such as MI-5, is sitting behind the camera for Deed.
Per Screen Gems, the Aimee Lagos-written screenplay centers “around a former DA-turned-stay-at-home mom and her two small children who are terrorized and kidnapped from their home when she invites a good-looking mysterious stranger in to wait for help after his car ran off the road.”
Will Packer of Rainforest Films banner is producing along with Lee Clay. Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Lindsey Williams, Elba and Rob Hardy will executive produce.
Screen Gems is eyeing an April start in Georgia.
Elba won a Golden Globe for the acclaimed BBC police drama Luther and has been growing in stature across the pond in America. He was a key figure in last summer’s Thor and is onscreen in Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance. Deed will be his third movie for Screen Gems, afterTakers and Obsessed. He also starred on HBO's acclaimed drama The Wire.
Henson, who was nominated for Oscar for her work in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, stars in Screen Gems’ upcoming Think Like a Man. She currently appears on TV’s Person of Interest.
Elba is repped by UTA, Anonymous Content, the U.K.’s Ken McReddie Associates and attorney Fred Toczek.
Henson is repped by Vincent Cirrincione Associates and lawyer Neil Meyer at Stone Meyer.Source: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/idris-elba-taraji-p-henson-no-good-deed-296536
In a rare show of remorse, Rush Limbaugh has apologized for calling a Georgetown law student a "slut".
"For over 20 years, I have illustrated the absurd with absurdity, three hours a day, five days a week. In this instance, I chose the wrong words in my analogy of the situation. I did not mean a personal attack on Ms. Fluke," he said in a statement on his website about his attack against Sandra Fluke.
His apology comes shortly after four sponsors announced they were severing ties with the show.
The statement came after Limbaugh criticized Fluke for testifying in front of a House panel in favor of President Obama's mandate that would require employers to cover contraceptives for women.
In the three-paragraph long statement posted on his website Saturday afternoon, Limbaugh said his intent was to air his beef with "personal sexual recreational activities before members of Congress" and said that he does not "agree that American citizens should pay for these social activities."
During the past four days, he turned Fluke into an international media star with fiery rants, calling her "a slut" and "prostitute" who is having so much sex that she can't afford to buy her own contraceptives. He also proposed that she make a sex tape for taxpayers to view.
Politicians on both sides of the aisle have called Limbaugh's language disappointing.
In an interview with the Daily Beast published on Saturday, Fluke said she wasn't ruling out suing Limbaugh over hisbarrage of insults.
"I've certainly been told I might have a case," the third-year law student told the Daily Beast. "But it's not something I've made any decisions about at this point."
In his surprising statement, Limbaugh said his "choice of words were not the best, and in the attempt to be humorous, I created a national stir.
"I sincerely apologize to Ms. Fluke for the insulting word choice."
Kitsch said Wednesday on the "Late Show with David Letterman" that customs officers stopped him at the airport and ordered him back to Japan because his passport didn't have enough pages to stamp his arrival. He was to finish filming Oliver Stone's "Savages" in the Philippines.
Kitsch said he was let in only after proving with his iPhone that he was an actor.
Philippine Customs chief Ruffy Biazon wrote in his blog Friday that no airport records show Kitsch visited Manila, and that his officers do not stamp passports.
Kitsch is best known for his role as American football star Tim Riggins on the television series "Friday Night Lights."
Along with being the star of one of the most popular procedurals on television, Pauley Perrette also found time to launch a small business, the idea of which was anything but half-baked.
“Me and my two best friends took my mother’s recipes and all of her inspiration and opened a Southern country bake shop in Manhattan called Donna Bell's Bake Shop. That was her name — Donna Bell,” says the actress, who plays the quirky forensic scientist Abby Sciuto on “NCIS.”
Bring on the wrinkles... and the spare tyre and the brains, too. Because you don't have to be a silly, skinny teenager to make it in modelling these days.