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2017-01-12

Matthew McConaughey, Emma Stone and Natalie Portman and More Perform "I Will Survive"

(LOS ANGELES) -- A collection of Oscars contenders, still coming to grips with the reality of Donald Trump becoming the 45th president of the United States in a little over a week, lent their voices to a spirited version of the Gloria Gaynor classic, "I Will Survive," for W magazine's Best Performances portfolio, appearing in the February edition. Despite its unnecessarily politicized premise, the segment is actually quite fun.  Emma Stone, Natalie Portman, Amy Adams, Matthew McConaughey, Chris Pine, Andrew Garfield, Hailee Steinfeld, Felicity Jones, and Taraji P. Henson are among the artists delivering Oscar-worthy performances of the disco hit, from…

posted 2017-01-12 10:00:38 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

'Moonlight' Director Barry Jenkins Says He Can't Watch His Film With an Audience

(LOS ANGELES) -- Director Barry Jenkins is fresh off of a big Golden Globes win with his film Moonlight snagging the top honor of the night as Best Motion Picture, Drama. And with that big win combined with big buzz heading into awards season, Jenkins has already found a way to keep a level head. "I went through this process before on a much lower level," Jenkins said in a recent appearance on "Popcorn With Peter Travers." "And I became aware of what it can be like when you read your own press. I sat down with myself and I decided…

posted 2017-01-12 08:00:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Jimmy Fallon, Stevie Wonder, Jerry Seinfeld & Dave Chappelle Honor Michelle Obama on "The Tonight Show"

(NEW YORK) -- Jimmy Fallon welcomed Michelle Obama to The Tonight Show Wednesday to honor the outgoing first lady in a show that featured conversation, games, music from Stevie Wonder, and surprise appearances from comedians Dave Chappelle and Jerry Seinfeld. Following his monologue, Fallon introduced a touching video segment in which ordinary Americans were asked to record video messages for Michelle, who were then surprised when the FLOTUS appeared from behind a curtain to greet them. During her interview with Fallon, Obama explained that she teared up during the president's farewell address Tuesday when he began talking about their daughters, Sasha and…

posted 2017-01-12 05:01:33 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Tony Rosato, Cast Member of "SNL" and "SCTV," Dead at 62

(TORONTO) -- Tony Rosato, a former cast member of both Saturday Night Live and SCTV, has died at the age of 62. His death was confirmed to the CBC by his former agent, Larry Goldhar. It's believed Rosato died from a heart attack. The Italian-born Rosato, along Martin Short and Robin Duke, was one of only three performers to have been cast members of both Saturday Night Live and SCTV.  He joined the latter in 1980, and a year later joined the cast of SNL alongside Duke, Eddie Murphy and Joe Piscopo. One of his memorable SCTV sketches was “Cooking with Marcello,”…

posted 2017-01-12 05:00:29 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

"CHiPs" Movie Trailer Premieres on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!"

(NEW YORK) -- The first trailer from big-screen remake of the 1970s TV motorcycle cop show CHiPs premiered on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Wednesday night. The clip was introduced by the movie’s stars, Michael Peña and Dax Shepard, who appeared dressed in California highway patrol uniforms. The revved-up reboot of the cheesy, beloved '70s series, which starred Erik Estrada as Officer Frank “Ponch” Poncherello and Larry Wilcox as Officer Jon Baker, features Peña and Shepard playing those parts, respectively. Shepard also wrote and directed the film, which also features Adam Brody, Jessica McNamee, Maya Rudolph and Vincent D'Onofrio. CHiPs ran from 1977-1983…

posted 2017-01-12 05:00:28 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

2017-01-11

Vivica A. Fox Formally Apologizes for Anti-Gay Comments: "I'm a Friend and Supporter of the LGBT Community"

(LOS ANGELES) -- Vivica A. Fox is formally apologizing to her LGBT supporters for the recent comments she made that were viewed as anti-gay. Earlier this week, the actress started a social media firestorm when she strongly suggested that gay men were not the target audience for her male revue. Now in an interview with Hollywood Today Live, the actress is once again apologizing, saying that her new Lifetime reality series, Vivica's Black Magic, "is for everyone." "I just want to take a moment to say right now, I have been a friend and a supporter of the LGBT community for years," Fox says as she turns…

posted 2017-01-11 18:01:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Pay Gap: Natalie Portman Was Paid Three Times Less than Ashton Kutcher for Forgettable Movie

(LONDON) -- In 2011, Natalie Portman won an Oscar for Black Swan. It was also the year she earned three times less than Ashton Kutcher, her co-star in a flop of a romantic comedy called No Strings Attached. The actress, who many feel will again be on the Oscar short list for the lead role in Jackie, tells Marie Claire UK that the pay gap stung. "I wasn’t as pi**** as I should have been. I mean, we get paid a lot, so it’s hard to complain, but the disparity is crazy." The 35-year-old notes, "Compared to men, in most professions, women make 80 cents to the dollar,"…

posted 2017-01-11 18:01:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Alec Baldwin Says He's Looking for "Other Venues" to Spoof Trump

(NEW YORK) -- Alec Baldwin has played President-elect Donald Trump for Saturday Night Live since last year, and he's not planning to stop any time soon. In fact, the actor, who hosts the ABC game show The Match Game, told ABC News that while SNL is a major time commitment, he'll continue to "do it some." Baldwin also said that at some point, his Trump impersonation may not be limited to the occasional SNL appearance. "I'm gonna do [it] as much as I can," he said, "and there's discussions about other venues we might pursue to further express our gratitude and admiration for the Trump administration." There is a…

posted 2017-01-11 14:00:56 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Be Idris Elba's Valentine in New Omaze Charity Campaign

(LONDON) -- Idris Elba, arguably one of the hottest stars on the big and small screen, has just offered to take you out for Valentine's Day. Well, not you specifically -- unless you win Omaze's latest charity experience. For a measly $10, according to the site, you get 100 chances to win the opportunity to join the unfairly handsome and suave star of Luther and Star Trek Beyond, "for some quality time over the most delicious meal of your life." "Feel all the feelings that go along with being Idris’ Valentine," the site notes, adding the caveat, "It won’t actually be Valentine’s…

posted 2017-01-11 14:00:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

It's Official: Woody Harrelson Joins Young Han Solo "Star Wars" Film

(LOS ANGELES) -- Woody Harrelson has officially stepped into that galaxy far, far away. Lucasfilm has confirmed the Oscar-nominated actor has joined the cast of the second "anthology" Star Wars film, this one centering on a young Han Solo. Alden Ehrenreich is stepping into Harrison Ford's boots as a younger version of the smuggler and space pirate, while newly-minted Golden Globe winner Donald Glover will play a young version of Billy Dee Williams' suave scoundrel Lando Calrissian. Game of Thrones' Emilia Clarke will also appear in a still-to-be-announced role.  It is rumored that Harrelson will be playing a mentor of sorts to the young Solo, who was orphaned at an early…

posted 2017-01-11 12:00:54 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Andrew Garfield Says Ryan Reynolds "Very Keen" on Golden Globes Kiss

(NEW YORK)-- On Good Morning America Wednesday, Silence star Andrew Garfield talked about one of the biggest viral moments from Sunday's Golden Globe Awards: when he full-on smooched Ryan Reynolds after Reynolds lost the award for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy category to Ryan Gosling. The inside joke was caught by a camera panning to catch the La La Land star's walk to the podium.  Garfield explained the moment to GMA's Michael Strahan. "To Ryan Reynolds, I said, 'If you win, I think we should kiss before you go up there.' He was very kind of keen on the idea, as I knew he would…

posted 2017-01-11 10:00:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Charlie Sheen "Carrying the Torch" for Others Battling HIV

(LOS ANGELES) -- In a wide-ranging interview with ABC News' Michael Strahan that aired today on Good Morning America, Charlie Sheen opened up about his public meltdown, and his diagnosis of HIV, the disease that causes AIDS. "I feel like I'm carrying the torch for a lot of folks out there that are suffering from the same thing," the former Two and a Half Men star explained. "The day I was diagnosed, I immediately wanted to eat a bullet," Sheen admitted. "But my mom was there, I wouldn't do that in front of her, or let her find me to clean up that…

posted 2017-01-11 08:00:35 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio