Netflix is announcing performances by stand-up comedians including Bill Cosby and Chelsea Handler, set to roll out this fall. It’s the latest in the original-content initiative from this subscription Internet channel.
The one and only Luke Skywalker, Mark Hamill, Instagrammed a picture of himself in front of the studio where they are shooting Episode VII.
Robin Williams’ daughter has abandoned her online social media accounts in disgust following what she called “cruel and unnecessary” messages following her father’s death, a move that has prompted Twitter to explore how it handles such situations.
Pop singer Justin Bieber’s guilty plea to charges of careless driving and resisting arrest puts an end to a legal saga that began seven months ago inside a rented Lamborghini at what police called an illegal drag race.
Celine Dion has canceled all Vegas shows through March 2015, an Asian tour, and postponed her entire showbiz schedule, to focus on her husband’s cancer fight, and her own struggle with an inflammation of her throat muscles.
The Boston gangster, convicted a year ago Tuesday, is the subject of “Whitey: United States of America v. James J. Bulger.”
Around lunch time Tuesday (Vegas time), Dog wrote on Twitter: “War Machine YOU HAVE 6 HOURS LEFT !!SEE YOU SOON !!”
“I was in a really good relationship with a guy who was super trustworthy, and loving, and sweet. And I was like, ‘You’re making me less money. Can you please cheat on me, or lie to me, or something, so I can get some jokes?’”
It was springtime in 2008, and Robin Williams was informing me he had new genital jokes to sharpen in Vegas — “Those are always good to test out” — and then, manic and sharp, he told me many jokes about his addictions at the time: video games, politics, and making people laugh.
Netflix has taken the world by stream, and now, the online media service has beaten out one of its chief competitors, HBO.
“Anytime I didn’t get asked out by someone, I don’t go to, ‘It’s because I’m overweight.’ It’s because, ‘Wow, they didn’t think I was worthy.’ I don’t blame them.”
Being an Arrested Development fan means that you are familiar with the roller-coaster of emotions a television show can make you feel. Well, rise up once again, because it might be coming back … again.