Season 2 of "Batwoman" stars a new face as its titular superheroine. After the departure of Ruby Rose, Javicia Leslie is suiting up as Gotham's new masked vigilante. Leslie recently talks to us about what it means to be the first Black performer in live action to wear the Batsuit.
Salma Hayek talks about her memorable snake-wrapped striptease in 1996's "From Dusk Till Dawn."
Director Regina King, screenwriter Kemp Powers and stars Leslie Odom Jr., Aldis Hodge, Kingsley Ben-Adir and Eli Goree talk acclaimed new drama "One Night in Miami."
Al Watkins, the attorney who represents alleged Capitol Hill insurrectionist Jacob Chansley, appeared on "Cuomo Prime Time," Thursday night.
Scaramucci believes that due to his role in inciting the riot at the Capitol, historians will video Trump in the same way as the Oklahoma City bomber.
Shyamalan has crafted his own cult story in Servant, the Apple TV+ series that debuts its second season on Jan. 15.
In the upcoming series, the two play best friends Tully and Kate, who meet as teens and remain close through 30 years of highs and lows
"This series exists for them and those who will watch it with the hope that a new generation will never have to wonder what it looks like to be the hero of your own story," said director Rudy Valdez
"WandaVision" stars Paul Bettany, Elizabeth OIsen and Teyonah Parris and Marvel chief Kevin Feige talk ambitious new TV series.
Bernstein believes that Trump is a bigger danger to national security than Nixon ever was.
"You have been an inspiration... we need more people like you on the planet," judge Brian Austin Green told the Moth in an unexpected emotional moment.
In her new movie “Breaking News In Yuba County,” Allison Janney plays Sue Buttons, a suburban housewife whose husband has just gone missing. And as the media, the cops, a mobster and her brother-in-law all come knocking, something is definitely fishy — but Janney has “done nothing wrong.” Honest. “Ma” and “The Help” filmmaker Tate Taylor directs “Breaking News In Yuba County,” and the first trailer shows a wacky, madcap crime film in the vein of a Coen Brothers satire. For instance, it’s generally not a good idea to go to the media first instead of the police if someone is really missing. And though Janney’s character might appear panicked, she’s certainly enjoying the newfound attention as everyone hunts for the truth. Also Read: Will 'Mom' Remain a Ratings Hit After Anna Faris Divorced Herself From CBS' Current Longest-Running Sitcom? “I am strong. I am important. I am enough. Don’t you think so?” a frazzled Janney says in the trailer. “I’ve done nothing wrong. I just want my husband back.” Along with Janney, the film stars Mila Kunis, Awkwafina, Jimmi Simpson, Regina Hall, Wanda Sykes, Jimmi Simpson, Juliette Lewis, Matthew Modine, Ellen Barkin, Samira Wiley, Bridget Everett, Clifton Collins, Jr. and Keong Sim. Amanda Idoko wrote the film, which is produced by Jake Gyllenhall, Tate Taylor, John Norris, Franklin Leonard and Riva Marker. MGM is releasing “Breaking News in Yuba County” as its first new film under the newly relaunched American International Pictures label. The studio will release it in select theaters and on digital on Feb. 12. Check out the first trailer here and above. Read original story Allison Janney Has ‘Done Nothing Wrong’ in Madcap ‘Breaking News in Yuba County’ Trailer (Video) At TheWrap
During Tuesday’s "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert," former FBI director James Comey weighed in on whether outgoing President Trump should be charged for the recent attack on Capitol Hill.
Beck also compared the treatment of Trump and other conservatives online to Japanese internment camps.
Meghan McCain said that she cried hysterically for nearly 24 hours after the siege of the Capitol last week.
The rose ceremony was put on pause as the "Bachelor" frontrunner told medics that she was "blacking out."
Ken Jennings made his debut as guest host on "Jeopardy!," Monday, and opened with a touching tribute to former host Alex Trebek.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige talks about how they'll move forward on "Black Panther 2" without Chadwick Boseman.
Lee Daniels' "The United States vs. Billie Holiday" is the next enigma in this awards season and could prove to be one of the more divisive entries. Daniels, who became the second Black filmmaker to be nominated for best director for 2009's "Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire," (the first was John Singleton […]
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CBS has dropped the trailer for “Clarice,” its “Silence of the Lambs” sequel series. The drama picks up with Clarice Starling (played by Rebecca Breeds) one year after the events of the 1991 film, in which the FBI agent-in-training (then played by Jodie Foster) seeks the assistance of cannibalistic serial killer Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins) in catching another killer, in exchange for information about her unhappy childhood.And, uh, let’s just say she’s not doing great after that whole traumatic experience, as the trailer only seems to indicate things are getting worse and worse for Ms. Starling as she returns to the field.Here’s the official description for “Clarice,” which premieres Feb. 11 on CBS: “Clarice” is a deep dive into the untold personal story of FBI Agent Clarice Starling as she returns to the field in 1993, one year after the events of ‘The Silence of the Lambs.’ Brilliant and vulnerable, Clarice’s bravery gives her an inner light that draws monsters and madmen to her. However, her complex psychological makeup that comes from a challenging childhood empowers her to begin to find her voice while working in a man’s world, as well as escape the family secrets that have haunted her throughout her life.Also Read: Clarice Starling Returns in First Teaser for CBS' 'Silence of the Lambs' Sequel (Video)Watch the trailer via the video above.Along with Breeds, “Clarice” stars Michael Cudlitz as Paul Krendler, Lucca de Oliveira as Tomas Esquivel, Kal Penn as Shaan Tripathi, Nick Sandow as Agent Clarke, Devyn Tyler as Ardelia Mapp and Marnee Carpenter as Catherine Martin.Alex Kurtzman (the mastermind behind CBS All Access’ growing “Star Trek” franchise) and his writing partner Jenny Lumet executive produce “Clarice,” along with Secret Hideout’s Heather Kadin. Aaron Baiers is a co-executive producer. The series hails from MGM and CBS Television Studios in association with Kurtzman’s Secret Hideout.“Clarice” premieres Thursday, Feb. 11 at 10/9c on CBS.Read original story ‘Clarice’ Trailer: Things Have Somehow Gotten Worse for Agent Starling in CBS’ ‘Silence of the Lambs’ Sequel (Video) At TheWrap
Ten years after they cranked out a modern classic in Bridesmaids, Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo are set to return with Barb & Star Go To Vista Del Mar. In addition to penning the script, Wiig and Mumolo lead the cast of the comedy, which finds the titular besties leaving their Midwestern haven for a Florida resort filled with hunks, drinks, and evil.