The Showtime drama returns for its third season on November 20.
The Affair might be the only series on television that has dramatically changed its structure each season—expanding from the show’s original two perspectives (Alison, played by Ruth Wilson, and Noah, played by Dominic West) to four, so audiences could see how jilted lovers Helen (Maura Tierney) and Cole (Joshua Jackson) coped. For The Affair’s third season, which bows on Showtime November 20, executive producers attempt the drama’s most seismic shift yet: introducing an entirely new character, Juliette (played by Irène Jacob), setting, and point of view, fracturing this unfurling relationship study into five perspectives.
In STAR, three talented singers navigate the cut-throat music business on their road to success. The series will feature original music, along with stunning musical fantasy sequences, as the girls dream of their future. Premieres December 14th.
Not gonna lie, my first instinct was "Interesting that she's attending a charity event the day after Kanye cancels his tour...", but after reading that the whole fam is going and it's about her dad, I don't think it's as much of an intentional PR damage control move.
Ashton was a keynote speaker at Airbnb Open this weekend, and revealed that after his divorce from Demi Moore a few years ago, he lived out of Airbnbs.
“I went to Europe and I flew in and got in in the middle of the night,” he said. “I arrived at the Airbnb at 2 a.m. The person had left me dinner and a glass of wine. It was … the magic and the love that I needed in that moment,” he said. “I was shocked that someone would care that much about a total stranger.”
Kutcher is also an investor in Airbnb, so this isn't a total surprise.
onlymakebelieve "Jonny Lee Miller and 2016 Sir Ian McKellen Honoree Jude Law on the Purple Carpet at last night's #MakeBelieve on Broadway in support of #onlymakebelieve. Such a special evening - thanks for being part of it! 💜🎉"
Naya Rivera has filed for divorce from husband Ryan Dorsey, and is asking for primary custody of their 1-year-old son Josey. They've been married a little over two years. If she wins that custody battle, Ryan will have visitation rights.
Best New Artist winner Meghan Trainor will announce the Grammy Awards’ big four categories on 12/6. The big four categories are Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Album of the Year, and Best New Artist. The rest of the nominations will be announced on Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat.
Cristiano Ronaldo got into a bit of a spat with Atletico Madrid midfielder Koke during Real Madrid's 3-0 win Sunday after Koke is said to have called Cristiano a 'f****t'.
Cadena COPE, a Spanish radio station, reported that Cristiano allegedly replied "A f****t, yes. But a very rich one, bastard!". The radio station reports this conversation as being overheard in the changing room after the game.
This is not the first time talk about Ronaldo's sexuality has made headlines, though it may be the first time the headline came from his own mouth.
-Pete was found wandering the streets and when taken to a vet and scanned the microchip linked back to Faris -Faris signed a contract stating she would not re-home the dog without notifying the LA-based shelter she adopted from: Kinder4Rescue -Faris could face up to a $5,000 fine for breaking the contract, but it's still unclear if they had re-homed the dog -Faris and her husband, Chris Pratt, have been made aware of the situation and want to bring Pete back home
- her character in recently released film 'Shangri-la Suite' (aka 'Kill The King' outside the US) is more mature, complex and transgressive than most of her previous roles - she plays Karen Bird, a girl who escapes a drug rehab center & together with her (kind, but psychotic) boyfriend goes on a violent quest to kill Elvis - says it was the 1st time she worked with a director who was her age, which made her feel able to speak up about how the film was going - made close friends she still sees at least once a week while filming 'Shangri-la Suite', says that kind of thing never happens in big budget productions - talks about a roadtrip to the Grand Canyon they all took during a week off, staying in shitty motels & hanging out every day, says it was a magical experience -[mild spoiler]was happy that Karen managed to avoid a 'tragic girlfriend' type of ending, says the 'abused/tragic girl' stereotype is overdone, often a caricature and almost never portrayed in a positive light - says her favorite scene was a discussion between Karen & Teijo (a Native American struggling with their gender, played by Avan Jogia) about being outsiders, while sitting right on the edge of the Grand Canyon
- talks about how Hollywood quickly took its toll on her, how both public and media feel like they're entitled to actors and their lives & tend to forget their humanity - talks about her 1st press junket at age 14, how invasive it felt & how personal the questions were
source the film is already online, loved it. slowing but surely starting to stan ha.
- in a pathetic attempt to attack "Hamilton", Drumpf supporters launched a Twitter attack on the Hamilton Theater
- unfortunately for them, the Hamilton Theater is located in Ontario, Canada, a city approximately 985 miles (1,585 km) away from New York City, where "Hamilton" is currently running on Broadway in the Richard Rodgers Theater
Dutch model Lonneke Engel for some reason decided to comment on a fellow model's anti-Trump IG post by providing her own opinion. The post in question is from former VS model Cameron Russell (right), who is also a noted Ted Talker, BLM supporter, women's rights proponent, and environmental activist. She also graduated with honors from Columbia University in 2013, earning a bachelor's degree in political science.
-Maggiano's Little Italy in D.C. apologized for inadvertently hosting a dinner for the National Policy Institute, an "alt-right" white nationalist organization. “This was a last minute booking made Friday afternoon, and the reservation was made under a different name, therefore we were not aware that NPI was dining with us or what the group represents."
-Maggiano’s said it would donate $10,000, the profit from its Friday restaurant sales, to the D.C. office of the Anti-Defamation League, “which for decades has been working to bring people together in peace and understanding.”
-Tila Tequila was also at the event (BECAUSE OF COURSE SHE WAS) and tweeted a picture of herself and two ugly losers doing the "sieg heil" salute
A young Barack Obama, known to his friends as “Barry,” arrives in New York City in the fall of 1981 to begin his junior year at Columbia University. In a crime-ridden and racially charged environment, Barry finds himself pulled between various social spheres and struggles to maintain a series of increasingly strained relationships with his Kansas-born mother, his estranged Kenyan father, and his classmates.Barry is the story of a young man grappling with those same issues that his country, and arguably the world, are still coming to terms with 35 years later.
-Only one of them will be a new routine which will be about Drumpf's post-election America. The other two are unreleased specials from two years ago that are from Chappelle’s personal archive. They were filmed at Austin City Limits and the Hollywood Palladium and will be released at the same time in 2017.
-“Dave Chappelle is a legendary voice in comedy — searing, vital and, now more than ever, essential,” said Lisa Nishimura, VP Original Documentary and Comedy. “Dave’s three new specials promise to be some of the most anticipated events in comedy, and we are honored he will mark his global return on Netflix.”
While promoting the home release of Hell or High Water, he was asked about the film's themes in light of the election.
"The story the movie is telling shines a light on why the election went the way that it did (aka economic anxiety), and how seriously disappointed many people have been in the way that the government is running. They have little faith in it, and we’ll see. I hope we don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater here. But I’m rooting for the guy, Mr. Trump. One of the things that’s most appealing about him is his unpredictability. A less kind word might be his hypocrisy, but unpredictability and hypocrisy are things that each of us human being share. [...] I was pleased to hear his acceptance speech. Taken out of context, that would be wonderful. Talking about unpredictability, who would have thought that he would be praising Hillary Clinton and thanking her for her wonderful work after trashing her and inviting all of the people who didn’t vote for him, that he’d be looking for guidance from these people, all of these wonderful things? I’m rooting for the guy, but we’ll see how it all goes. You just don’t know how it will all work out.
I’ve been fascinated hearing about all of his appointments and wondering how all of that’s going to work out. We’ll see how the deal with the Russians go and all of his court cases. It’s a fascinating time. It’s kind of like that Zen story. We’ll see. President Obama has set a good tone, and so has Hillary. I like what Elizabeth Warren said. She had some good things to say, so we’ll see, as the farmer said."
Joe's answer for the craziest intrepretation for Cake by The Ocean: "Eating ass was a big one. I’m not trying to be descriptive, but that’s the truth, a lot of people thought that’s what it was. That was not really where we were going with it."
Garth Brooks tried to poach drummer Jack Lawless from Joe for his tour
Joe has been impressed with guitarist JinJoo Lee since she played lead guitar for the Jonas Brothers opening act in 2009, Jordin Sparks: "She’s one of a few amazing female musicians out there in the world that are killing it, and she’s not just somebody that should be playing in the background, you know?"
When they met Cole, they all knew he was destined to be in the band. Said Joe: "To have that mentality of wear whatever you want, be whoever you want to be, on and offstage. This is who I am. And for all of us, it’s just a good feeling to know you have someone like him around all the time."
Cole commented on Joe's influence on the band: "DNCE is literally Joe’s personality in the form of music. And I think that’s why people love it. Because he’s such a funny, down to Earth, amazing spirit. Unjaded. Considering everything he’s seen in the world, the fact that he is completely not jaded is why people love DNCE, because his personality is at the forefront."
-Cops responded to a call for a welfare check at 1:20pm PT. -Reports say it was his doctor who made the call, reps say due to "exhaustion". -Was handcuffed and taken to a medical facility. -Tour was cancelled right after the incident.
“When We Rise” was written and created by Academy Award winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black. This mini-series event chronicles the real-life personal and political struggles, set-backs and triumphs of a diverse family of LGBT men and women who helped pioneer one of the last legs of the U.S. Civil Rights movement, from its turbulent infancy in the 20th century to the once unfathomable successes of today.
- Things will not go over well with Kara learning the identity of Guardian - Thought that Winn would become a villain - Doesn't see Winn suiting up and going into the field - Doesn't think Winn is gay but could certainly see him being bisexual due to his early interest in Kara
Source No new promo for next week so...discuss tonights episode
Blindsided by a new generation of blazing-fast racers, the legendary Lightning McQueen (voice of Owen Wilson) is suddenly pushed out of the sport he loves. To get back in the game, he will need the help of an eager young race technician, Cruz Ramirez, with her own plan to win, plus inspiration from the late Fabulous Hudson Hornet and a few unexpected turns. Proving that #95 isn’t through yet will test the heart of a champion on Piston Cup Racing’s biggest stage!