TMZ reports that Gilbert has been calling cast members to gauge their interest, and John Goodman seems eager.
John Goodman is weighing in on the stunning fall of Roseanne. In paparazzi footage obtained by ETOnline.com on Wednesday night, the series’ patriarch remarked that he’d “rather say nothing than to cause more trouble.” He refused to get into specifics when asked about the incendiary tweet published by his leading lady Roseanne Barr that triggered the cancellation, only saying, […]
The celebrated actor said he's 'fine' and said he was content that he wouldn't be up for consideration for an Emmy for his role on 'Roseanne.'
John Goodman explained that he got a "filthy mash note ... written to him" from the "sexy streets of sexy Philadelphia."
"Big Bang Theory" star Johnny Galecki climbed — literally — into the new "Roseanne" and back into Darlene's heart, if only for a while.
"My speech would be slurred. I thought I was fooling people. My cheeks would turn bright red when I was liquored up. I just looked like a stop sign," John Goodman told Willie Geist, for an interview airing Sunday.
The return of "Roseanne" after more than two decades is a cause for great anticipation — and some consternation among fans who are not in step with its star's enthusiastic embrace of the Trump administration.
As the show restarts, sisters Roseanne and Jackie haven't spoken for a year because they voted for different people in the 2016 election.
The real-life inspiration for Jeff Bridges's character, “the Dude,” reveals what it was like to be the inspiration behind the cult classic.
John Goodman and Roseanne Barr reveal footage from his "Roseanne" audition and talk about how soon they knew he had the part.
Jack Hanna brought some animals to “The Late Late Show With James Corden” Thursday night and almost let some giant insects get away. Jack had brought out a bucket of Madagascar hissing cockroaches and put a few of the insects on James. Jack tried to get fellow guest “Making History” star Adam Pally to hold some as well, but he was not having it.
Kong: Skull Island is the latest in a string of King Kong movies, but this one seems to have taken its lead ape to new heights — literally. Yahoo Movies asked the cast of the anticipated monster movie about what it’s like to work with a giant gorilla that’s only there in their imaginations, as opposed to actually right in front of them. “Brie Larson and I would always, together, we would pick the tallest tree, or, like, a mountain peak, or a cloud, or something, and then simply imagine it,” said Tom Hiddleston.
Of all the larger-than-life stars set to headline 2017’s tentpole releases, perhaps none is quite as towering over the spring as King Kong, the legendary island ape known and loved since 1933 for climbing skyscrapers and swatting planes out of the sky. While it doesn’t seem like he’ll be scaling any metropolitan heights in his next outing, Kong: Skull Island, the upcoming film’s new TV spot (watch it above) makes clear he most definitely will be smashing any and all aircraft that dares attack him.
On Monday, "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" was visited by a grumpy Santa Claus who oddly resembled John Goodman. Stephen Colbert said that 2016 had him pretty upset and asked if Santa could help cheer him up. The Santa, who may have been on Roseanne, said, “Try being an immortal elf whose job was bringing Christmas cheer during the bubonic plague.
Somehow, amid all the demands of directing Star Wars: The Force Awakens, J.J. Abrams managed to produce an under-the-radar follow-up to the 2008 found-footage monster movie Cloverfield. The first teaser — which premiered unannounced before screenings of Michael Bay’s Benghazi film 13 Hours — promises a tense, claustrophobic horror film, with no obvious connection to the Manhattan monster attacks of Cloverfield. John Goodman, Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World), and John Gallagher Jr. (Short Term 12) look like one happy family at the start of the trailer, passing the time in a suburban basement game room — until the house starts shaking, and it becomes clear there’s something much more sinister going on.