PaleyFest LA 2021 sponsored by Citi and Verizon. Stars and creatives of CBS's Evil (Mike Colter, Michael Emerson, Kurt Fuller, Katja Herbers, Christine Lahti, Aasif Mandvi, Robert King, and Michelle King) gather with moderator Whoopi Goldberg at PaleyFest LA 2021 to celebrate their show. Topics include: tackling real-life evil and the "growing unease" in society; skeptical Ben (played by Aasif Mandvi) as a "grounding force" for the other characters; Emerson's (Leland Townsend) love of playing complex, mysterious villains; occasional moments of levity within scary stories; ghostly incidents from the actors' real lives; encounters with fans who take the show too seriously; hints about season two, including the fate of serial killer Orson LeRoux and the return of various demonic creatures; the series' scariest moments, particularly scenes involving children in peril; and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the production.
Public figures celebrated and condemned news that President Trump had been banned from the social media networks.
Stars of the CBS All Access show based on Stephen King's 1978 classic novel describes the "surreal" experience of making and releasing a series about a fictional pandemic in the middle of a real pandemic. “It’s difficult to not draw comparisons.”
CBS All Access released the first full-length trailer for the upcoming limited series adaptation of Stephen King’s “The Stand” during a New York Comic-Con panel to promote the show on Thursday.The trailer introduces Whoopi Goldberg as Mother Abagail, a 108-year old prophet who receives visions from God and guides survivors of a plague that has decimated the world’s population, and Alexander Skarsgard as “The Dark Man,” a shadowy figure with supernatural abilities who attempts to construct a totalitarian civilization amid the destruction.James Marsden, Amber Heard, Jovan Adepo, Owen Teague, Brad William Henke, Odessa Young and Henry Zaga also star in the nine-episode series, which is set to premiere on the streaming platform on Dec. 17.Also Read: 'The Stand': Watch the Trailer for CBS All Access' Stephen King Limited Series (Video)“The Stand,” first published in 1978, is King’s longest standalone work and the first to introduce the character of Randall Flagg, who would go on to appear in much of King’s other work.King himself penned the finale for the series, which will include material not previously featured in his novel. According to CBS All Access, the ending will provide “a new coda” to the story.“SEAL Team” creator Benjamin Cavell is showrunner and executive producer on the CBS Television Studios series, alongside executive producers Taylor Elmore, Will Weiske, Jimmy Miller, Roy Lee and Richard P. Rubinstein. Josh Boone serves as director and an executive producer for the series premiere and final episode. Jake Braver, Jill Killington, Owen King, Knate Lee and Stephen Welke also produce.Read original story ‘The Stand’ Trailer: It’s Alexander Skarsgard vs Whoopi Goldberg in CBS All Access Limited Series (Video) At TheWrap
Meghan McCain’s baby girl may have just been born, but she’s ready for her first presidential debate. After all, politics are in her genes.
From who almost played Sam and Molly to how the infamous pottery scene was shot, Jerry Zucker shares stories from the making of "Ghost."
Whoopi Goldberg intervened as the debate devolved into a shouting match on Monday's episode of "The View."
As "Ghost" marks its 30th anniversary, take this quiz to see how much you remember.
While other Disney films are getting disclaimers, cultural critics explain why the controversial Oscar-winning Uncle Remus movie should remain locked in the vault.
Whoopi Goldberg is speaking out about systemic racism and police brutality in the U.S. — and how to bring about real change.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced results for its annual board of governors election, to record diversity and gender inclusion. The number of female Academy governors has increased from 25 to 26, the Academy said in a Wednesday announcement, and people of color increases from 11 to 12, including the three […]
"The View" co-host, Whoopi Goldberg, calls for President Trump to comment on the recent shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery.
"The View" co-host called for an end to live broadcasts of the president's coronavirus briefings.
Ana Navarro says Americans need to recognize the important role immigrants have played to keep the country running during the coronavirus outbreak.
As speculation swirls over who presidential hopeful Joe Biden will pick as his running mate, "The View" co-host Sunny Hostin has a few suggestions.
'The View' co-host Joy Behar asked if Michigan protestors would be willing to sign away their right to treatment after violating stay-at-home order.
Meghan McCain says WHO partially to blame, accuses them of helping to "cover up" coronavirus in China.
On Wednesday afternoon’s episode of “The View,” host Whoopi Goldberg pressed presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders on why he remains in the race against former vice president Joe Biden.“I’m told that you intend to stay in this race because you believe there is a path to victory. I want to know what that path is because this feels a little bit like it did when you didn’t come out when Hillary Clinton was clearly the person folks were going for. So, can you explain why you’re still in the race and what this path is that you see?” the ABC host asked while broadcasting live from her own home, which she began doing in mid-March as the coronavirus spread through the country.Also Read: Sanders Wants to Delay April 7 Wisconsin Primary, Calls Situation 'Dangerous' (Video)Sanders, also calling into the show from his home, told Goldberg that when Clinton became the Democratic nominee in 2016, he “worked as hard as (he) could” to get her elected and Goldberg demurred, saying that while that was true, she felt it took him a “very long time to hop in.”When Sanders said he didn’t “accept that characterization,” she interrupted to ask, again, why he is staying in the race.“People have a right, last I heard, people in a democracy have a right to vote and they have a right to vote for the agenda that they think can work for America, especially in this very very difficult moment,” he countered. “We are assessing our campaign, as a matter of fact, where we want to go forward, but people in a democracy do have a right to vote and right now, in this unprecedented moment in American history, I think we need to have a very serious discussion about how they go forward.”In another interview conducted from his home Wednesday, the senator expanded on his position that Wisconsin’s April 7 primary should be delayed and voting should be done by mail-in ballots to MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell.Read original story Whoopi Goldberg to Bernie Sanders: ‘Can You Explain Why You’re Still in the Race?’ At TheWrap
Meghan McCain slammed reports of people ignoring advice to practice self-isolation and social distancing.
Lisa Ling, former co-host of "The View," returned to the show on Friday and said the U.S. should be asking China for help controlling the coronavirus outbreak.