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Clare Crawley was confronted Tuesday night by one of her suitors, who was upset over a game of dodgeball, in which the losers were pressured by Clare to strip naked.
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A live studio audience will once again fill the seats on set of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." Starting with the Oct. 28 show, 40 fans will be seated in the talk show's audience section alongside 70 virtual attendees. The return to live audiences may be happening just in time for the show's Halloween week, but […]
Kim Kardashian West got dragged after posting a series of tone-deaf tweets bragging about how “humbled and blessed” she is to have spent her 40th birthday partying on a private island… while so many Americans are struggling just to make ends meet during a global pandemic.“40 and feeling so humbled and blessed,” she tweeted Tuesday, along with several pictures of the grand experience.“After 2 weeks of multiple health screens and asking everyone to quarantine, I surprised my closest inner circle with a trip to a private island where we could pretend things were normal just for a brief moment in time,” she added.The “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star, who turned 40 on Oct. 21, added that she was “humbly reminded” of how “privileged” her life is.Also Read: 'PAW Patrol: The Movie' Adds Kim Kardashian West, Jimmy Kimmel, Tyler Perry to Voice Cast“We danced, rode bikes, swam near whales, kayaked, watched a movie on the beach and so much more. I realize that for most people, this is something that is so far out of reach right now, so in moments like these, I am humbly reminded of how privileged my life is,” she wrote.But several critics on Twitter were not so impressed with her braggadocious display.“Humble is doing a hell of a lot of heavy lifting here!” wrote author Sheila O’Flanagan.One user added: “Not sure these photos or this trip communicates ‘humbled’ but go off.”“Wow so fun my family still hasn’t met my six month old baby but I’m glad you’re rich!” wrote another.Still another commented: “It’s not a good look to share gleeful news like this while people are struggling and dying. Look at me, I’m crazy rich, can get tested everyday, fly my friends to private islands and pretend the hell you’re living in doesn’t exist. Oh, wait, it doesn’t for me. I’m rich!”I feel like, maybe, you should not have shared this with us and just kept it to yourself. People are dying and the rest of us are suffering as we watch the body count rise quarantined in our homes. This is tone deaf and insensitive.— sully park (@sullypov) October 27, 2020In fairness to Kim, Jeffrey Epstein’s island was A BARGAIN to rent— Armand Domalewski (@ArmandDoma) October 27, 2020I can't even hug my mom, but glad you got to go to your private island and do whatever you wanted. pic.twitter.com/qwEBHJMT9P— GND Now (@Itsameantonia) October 27, 2020This year has humbled most of us too….especially the 8 million of us that slipped into poverty. Glad your bday was fun though!— Melissa Marie (@MelissaMarie_) October 27, 2020Read the room.— Oonagh (@Okeating) October 27, 2020After 2 weeks of multiple health screens and asking everyone to quarantine, I surprised my closest inner circle with a trip to a private island where we could pretend things were normal just for a brief moment in time. pic.twitter.com/fLg9gfkfRs— Josie Huang (@josie_huang) October 27, 2020Read original story Kim Kardashian Roasted Over Tone-Deaf ‘Humbled and Blessed’ Tweets Bragging About Private Island At TheWrap
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More than a half dozen CBS series are set to produce shorter seasons, as the result of COVID-related delays, safety measures and other pandemic-era considerations. As is, CBS' returning slate won't begin to hit our screens until Thursday, Nov. 5 (with Young Sheldon, the new comedy B Positive and Mom), since Hollywood had been shut […]
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Presented by Citi. Stars and creatives of The CW's All American (Taye Diggs, Daniel Ezra, Greta Onieogou, Samantha Logan, Michael Evans Behling, Karimah Westbrook, Monet Mazur, Bre-Z, Cody Christian, Jalyn Hall, Chelsea Tavares, Greg Berlanti, Nkechi Okoro Carroll, and Robbie Rogers) gather with moderator Albert Lawrence at PaleyFest NY 2020 to celebrate their show. Topics include: what makes the show stand out to Berlanti from the sundry other shows that he produces; Diggs' satisfaction in his young son initially watching the show for football sequences and getting sucked in by its drama; Monet's belief that themes on racism have resounded with viewers due to the Black Lives Matter movement; the double meaning of the show's title; the writers' refusal to wrap up "difficult" sub-plots quickly; producers' battle to rein in cast members from doing stunts themselves while in uniform on the football field; and how season three will "push the envelope" like never before.
Presented by Citi. Stars and co-creator of Adult Swim's Rick and Morty (Dan Harmon, Chris Parnell, Sarah Chalke, and Spencer Grammer) gather with moderator Michael Schneider at PaleyFest NY 2020 to celebrate their show. Topics include: "dramatic improvements" to the creative process in the COVID-19 lockdown; Chalke's views on the Beth/Space Beth clone storyline and what it means for the story; the show's impressive 70-episode pickup; finding new sides to Jerry, including his increased bond with Rick; avoiding "Flanderization"; the gradual development of Summer and Rick's complex sibling relationship; favorite moments, including an appearance by Werner Herzog as an alien; the viral popularity of "snake jazz"; cryptic hints about seasons five and six; and the strangely addictive challenge of breaking stories and overthinking their outlandish details. Watch Rick and Morty Sundays on Adult Swim or Stream seasons 1-3 on HBO Max now. All of Season 4 will be available on HBO Max Nov 1.
Netflix is developing a live-action “Assassin’s Creed” TV series as part of a new deal with Ubisoft that will see the streaming service create content based on the hit video game, the companies said Tuesday.The potential show is described as “an epic, genre-bending live-action adaptation” of “Assassin’s Creed.” A search is underway for a showrunner for the project, with Ubisoft Film & Television’s Jason Altman and Danielle Kreinik serving as executive producers.The “Assassin’s Creed” video game franchise launched in November 2007 and has sold more than 155 million games worldwide, one of the best-selling series in video game history. The open-world action-adventure stealth games center on the battle between two secret orders — the Assassins, who fight for peace with free will, and the Templars, who try to achieve peace through order and control — as they use technology to access the memories of Assassins in the past.Also Read: 'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina' Season 4 Gets Premiere Date - Sabrina's Final Battle Begins in First Teaser (Video)Previously, “Assassin’s Creed” was adapted into a 2016 film starring Michael Fassbender, which grossed more than $240 million worldwide.Under Netflix and Ubisoft’s new agreement, the two will “tap into the iconic video game’s trove of dynamic stories with global mass appeal for adaptations of live-action, animated, and anime series,” per the companies.“We’re excited to partner with Ubisoft and bring to life the rich, multilayered storytelling that ‘Assassin’s Creed’ is beloved for,” Peter Friedlander, vice president of original series at Netflix, said in a statement. “From its breathtaking historical worlds and massive global appeal as one of the best selling video game franchises of all time, we are committed to carefully crafting epic and thrilling entertainment based on this distinct IP and provide a deeper dive for fans and our members around the world to enjoy.”Also Read: Fall TV 2020: All the Premiere Dates for New and Returning Shows - So Far (Photos)“For more than 10 years, millions of fans around the world have helped shape the Assassin’s Creed brand into an iconic franchise,” Jason Altman, head of Ubisoft Film & Television – Los Angeles, added. “We’re thrilled to create an ‘Assassin’s Creed’ series with Netflix and we look forward to developing the next saga in the ‘Assassin’s Creed’ universe.”The potential “Assassin’s Creed” series is not the only project Ubisoft and Netflix have teamed on. The two are currently working on the movies “Tom Clancy’s The Division” and “Beyond Good & Evil,” as well as the fourth season of “Rabbids Invasion.” Ubisoft also produces the Apple TV+ series “Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet,” among other films and TV shows.Read original story ‘Assassin’s Creed’ Live-Action TV Series in the Works at Netflix At TheWrap