Wednesday, September 22, 2021
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Phil Collins is still touring amid crippling health issues: Still Not Dead Yet, Live
Truly against all odds, Phil Collins set out on his Still Not Dead Yet, Live! solo tour of US arenas in September 2019. The tour’s name was a cheeky reference to the debilitating physical challenges of the Genesis lead singer.  
Daniel Craig: James Bond should not be played by an actress

Daniel Crig, 53, says that James Bond shouldn't be played by a female actress because they deserve their own roles that haven't been written for men. "There should simply be better parts for women and actors of color."  

Emmys ratings was up this year after dumping Jimmy Kimmel as host
Last year, 2020, Jimmy “Blackface-N-Word-User” Kimmel hosted the Emmys and the show hit a record low of 6.3 million viewers. This year, with Cedric The Entertainer as host, viewership jumped by more than a million viewers to 7.4 million.
Hollywood pays tribute to Willie Garson: The outpouring of love is earned
In the wake of Willie Garson’s death, many Hollywood figures took to social media to share memories and tributes to the late Sex and the City actor. Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon, Mario Cantone, Kim Cattrall and others honor the actor.
Hollywood figures out how to end COVID: Why didn't we think of this sooner?
Matt Margolis: Nearly two years after COVID (likely) escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology and kicked off a global pandemic, Hollywood stars have finally unveiled their silver bullet to end the pandemic: an open letter.
Oscar winning Star Wars editor criticizes Kathleen Kennedy and J.J. Abrams and their new Star Wars trilogy: They don't get it
Marcia Lucas edited Taxi Driver, American Graffiti, Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, and won an Oscar for her editing work on Star Wars 1977. She criticized Kathleen Kennedy and J.J. Abrams and their new Star Wars trilogy. "Now that Kathleen Kennedy is running Lucasfilm and making movies,
Muhammad Ali docuseries by Ken Burns: life and times of the former heavyweight champion
How could someone opposed, and in some cases hated, by large swathes of American society at the peak of his career become a widely beloved figure — quite possibly the most famous person in the world — decades later?
Tom Brady Sr.: Bill Belichick wanted him out the door
Tom Brady Sr. on his son making the right decision to leave the Patriots and go to the Buccaneers: “Bill Belichick wanted him out the door and last year he threw 56 touchdowns (it was 50, including playoffs). I think that’s a pretty good year.”
ABC’s new The Wonder Years reimagines a TV classic through the black experience
ABC is going back to the wonder years of the late 1960s with a new version of the beloved coming-of-age comedy “The Wonder Years” that swaps out Fred Savage’s Kevin Arnold for Elisha Williams’ Dean Williams.
The truth behind the Texas bridge migrants
Miranda Devine: "While President Joe Biden took a long weekend relaxing at the beach in Delaware, another self-imposed crisis blew up in his face. The migrant shantytown under a concrete overpass
Tucker Carlson: CNN’s Chris Cuomo is single dumbest person ever to perform on cable news
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson mocked CNN’s Chris Cuomo for saying the picture of border patrol agents on horses "invoked slavery". Tucker: “It is slavery to ride a horse through a crowd of people trying to invade our country.
Bill Gates on his ties to Jeffrey Epstein: Those meetings were a mistake
Bill Gates: "I had dinners with him (Jeffrey Epstein). I regret doing that. He had relationships with people he said would give to global health, which is an interest I have. Not nearly enough
Wendy Williams expected to remain under medical evaluation for weeks
Wendy Williams is expected to remain under medical evaluation for weeks and her show’s premiere will likely be pushed back yet again after she was hospitalized for psychiatric issues earlier this month.
Amanda Milius on Emmys: Masked servants waiting on elites is visual represeantatin of a decadent society
Director Amanda Milius described masked servants waiting on maskless celebrities and assorted elites at the Emmys as a “visual representation” of a decadent society reminiscent of fictional dystopian science fiction universes.
Uma Thurman reveals she had an abortion as a teen: My heart was broken
In a Washington Post op-ed, actress Uma Thurman says she hopes disclosing “her darkest secret” from her teenage years will help women who are feeling powerless. She hopes yhat "some light
Impeachment: American Crime Story episode about Matt Drudge - What's fact and what's fiction
Ellin Stein: "Why the outfit? Will Paula Jones settle? And what’s this about a “vast right-wing conspiracy” against the Clintons? The third episode of Impeachment: American Crime Story shows
CBS This Morning loses viewers year to year
Roger Friedman: "Well, that didn't work. A year ago, CBS This Morning averaged 2.745 million viewers in this week in September. Last week, CBS Mornings, in its second week, dropped to 2.495 million viewers.
Billy Crystal is returning to Mr. Saturday Night - for the stage
Billy Crystal, who starred and directed the 1992 film Mr. Saturday Night, will reprise his role starring in a limited run of the musical adaptation this October for the Barrington Stage Company in the Berkshires.
Matt Drudge and his improbable rise: the internet's favorite news scoundrel
Influential reporter Matt Drudge is back in the spotlight thanks to a pivotal role in Impeachment: American Crime Story. We first come upon Impeachment: American Crime Story’s Matt Drudge (played by Billy Eichner,
Piers Morgan on US borden crisis in Texas
Piers Morgan: "My main concern about Joe Biden's handling of this new border crisis is that I've come to the unnerving conclusion that Biden has absolutely no clue what to do about it.
Lil Nas X collaborates with Jean Paul Gaultier on limited edition shirt
Grammy Award winning hip-hop superstar Lil Nas X has teamed up with French fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier for a limited-edition shirt in celebration of his new album, Montero.
Willie Garson, who played a gay man on Sex and the City, has died
Sex And The City's Willie Garson, 57, had died following a secret battle with pancreatic cancer. While his most famous role was playing Stanford Blatch in the show and films, who was gay, Willie was heterosexual
Bill Gates on what he learned over past ties To Jeffrey Epstein: Well, he’s dead
Microsoft founder Bill Gates was grilled during an interview with PBS News about his past ties to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. "Well, I have said I regretted having those dinners. And there’s nothing, absolutely nothing new on that".
Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles finally opens
The new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures officially opens to the public on September 30. The institution is dedicated to the movies. There is the 1,000 seat state-of-the-art David Geffen Theater.
Quote of the day
Nicki Minaj

"But don’t y’all see what’s fucking happening? Don’t y’all see that we are living now in that time, where people will turn their back on you for not agreeing? People will isolate you if you simply speak and ask a question.”

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