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2016-09-16

The Emmy Awards Will Be Presented This Sunday Night

(LOS ANGELES) -- The 68th Emmy Awards will be presented live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles this Sunday night. Jimmy Kimmel will host the ABC broadcast, which will air live from coast to coast, beginning with a red carpet special at 7 p.m. ET, 4 p.m. PT. HBO's hit fantasy series, Game of Thrones, garnered a leading 23 nods when the nominations were announced in July. It won nine awards last weekend at the Creative Arts Emmys, which mostly recognizes technical achievements. Game of Thrones, which snapped up a record 12 Emmy Awards last year, is the reigning best drama winner.…

posted 2016-09-16 05:00:12 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Review: "Snowden" (R)

(NEW YORK) -- Oliver Stone is, unquestionably, one of our greatest auteurs. That doesn’t, however, mean all of his films are great. His latest offering, Snowden, is exhibit A. Edward Snowden is a polarizing figure who was once one of the most wanted men in the world. His crime? Well, y’know, treason. Of course, there are many who believe that his revelation that our own government was spying on us in the same way it was spying on enemy and allied governments was a patriotic thing to do. But Snowden -- now living in Russia because he would be arrested…

posted 2016-09-16 03:00:21 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

2016-09-15

At 56, "Kingsman" Star Colin Firth Says He's a "Geri-action Hero"

(NEW YORK) -- At 56 years old as of last week, Colin Firth knows he's an "improbable" choice to be an action movie star -- but thanks to the blockbuster success of Kingsman: The Secret Service, the Oscar winner can add that qualification to his resume.  The slick spy film featured Firth as a gentlemanly -- but tough as nails -- secret agent. One of the film's action setpieces was a madcap, bloody fight scene in a small church, pitting Firth's character against an entire congregation of brainwashed believers. "You were a bada** in that movie!" Kelly Ripa's Live with Kelly guest co-star Neil Patrick Harris gushed.  "I…

posted 2016-09-15 18:00:23 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

"black-ish" Star Tracee Ellis Ross: "I Left My Body" After Historic Emmy Nomination

(NEW YORK) -- Tracee Ellis Ross is making history as the first black woman in three decades to receive an Emmy nomination for outstanding lead actress in a comedy series. On Good Morning America today, Ross watched a clip of co-star Anthony Anderson's freak-out moment last month when he read his own Emmy nomination for outstanding lead actor in a comedy series, as well as Ross' nod and that of their show black-ish, nommed for outstanding comedy series."So I'm sitting at home watching and it was hilarious," Ross said. "I screamed when Anthony, when he said his name, I was literally…

posted 2016-09-15 14:00:20 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson Goes Native on "GMA" to Debut "Moana" Trailer

(HONOLULU, HAWAII) -- Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson made an appearance on Good Morning America from Maui to promote the world premiere of his upcoming animated Disney film Moana.  Wearing a tight white shirt, The Rock, who is on location in Honolulu to shoot Jumanji opposite Kevin Hart and Jack Black, first gave GMA a taste of his Polynesian roots by introducing two men who performed a death-defying fire-spinning routine. Moments after walking off-screen, however, Johnson re-appeared, shirtless, greased up, and wearing a matching native outfit -- a small sari-like loin covering, and grass-covered boots -- to take part in a synchronized…

posted 2016-09-15 12:00:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Ellen DeGeneres Takes Michelle Obama Shopping at CVS

(LOS ANGELES) -- Ellen DeGeneres helped Michelle Obama prepare for life after the White House by taking the soon-to-be former first lady on a shopping spree through a local CVS store. During a segment of Wednesday's The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the talk show host gave Obama a crash course in navigating the pharmacy chain -- whose initials stand for "Consumer Value Stores," and not "cotton, Vaseline and stuff," as Ellen suggests in the clip. DeGeneres shows the FLOTUS the joys of one-stop shopping as the two fill their shopping cart -- which Ellen reminds Obama she has to, "push herself, because nobody's going to push it for…

posted 2016-09-15 10:00:09 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

The Suit Makes the Batman - "Justice League" Director Shows Dark Knight's New Duds

(LOS ANGELES) -- Well, this is something new. Justice League director Zack Snyder shared a clear picture today of Batman's new tactical suit, set to debut in the 2017 film.We've seen the classic suit and the power suit in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, now this is a more streamlined suit that looks armored, but not bulky -- and, keen eyed geeks quickly noted, triangular goggles reminiscent of Night Owl, a hero from Snyder's 2009 superhero movie Watchmen."Homestretch. Last day filming Batman in the new Tactical Batsuit," he posted. This news comes after Joe Manganiello was revealed to be Deathstroke…

posted 2016-09-15 10:00:09 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Jimmy Kimmel Helps Roll Out the Red Carpet for the Emmy Awards

(LOS ANGELES) -- Jimmy Kimmel on Wednesday helped roll out the red carpet for the upcoming Emmy Awards outside the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. It was billed by the Television Academy as the longest red carpet rollout in Emmy history -- a fact that Kimmel, who will host this Sunday's ceremony, joked about. "I also want to mention that the reason we have the longest red carpet in history is because this will be the longest show in Emmy history," the ABC late-night host said. Kimmel also poked fun at one of the year's most popular shows, the nominated FX series The…

posted 2016-09-15 05:00:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Movie Review: "Bridget Jones's Baby" (R)

(NEW YORK) -- In this third installment of the Bridget Jones franchise -- a movie nobody necessarily asked for, especially since the last movie wasn’t particularly well received -- Bridget is once again single. She’s now a seasoned news producer, and at 43, considerably older than he female co-workers. In fact, when one of her co-workers refers to her as a MILF, Bridget corrects her, stating that she’s really a “spinster,” making her a “SPILF.”    Of course, the truth is oft spoken in jest: Bridget is feeling a bit spinster-y so, her good friend Miranda (Sarah Solemani) takes her…

posted 2016-09-15 03:00:06 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

2016-09-14

Neil Patrick Harris Excited About "A Series of Unfortunate Events"

(NEW YORK) -- How I Met Your Mother veteran Neil Patrick Harris was playing the role of co-host on Live with Kelly Wednesday, where he dished about his upcoming project -- a Netflix re-telling of the popular book series Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events. Harris will be playing the villain Count Olaf -- who was played by Jim Carrey in a 2004 big-screen adaptation that was well-received, but failed to impress at the box office. That version, Harris explained, while good, was too "truncated" in his opinion, as they were trying to adapt a series of 13 books into one film.  The series -- written by author Daniel…

posted 2016-09-14 18:00:04 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

Renee Zellweger on Time Off from Hollywood: "I Had a Great Time"

(NEW YORK) -- Renee Zellweger will be back in theaters Friday in Bridget Jones's Baby, but the return to the role comes after the Oscar winner took a long vacation -- her last big screen role was in 2010’s My Own Love Song.  She relished the time off, she told Kelly Ripa and her Live with Kelly guest co-host Neil Patrick Harris. "Kinda great, Kelly! I gotta tell you. I went to the grocery store and nobody noticed," Renee joked. "I had a great time," Zellweger explained. "I just needed a little normalcy, I think, you know. I wanted to meet people -- and really meet them.  Zellweger explained she…

posted 2016-09-14 14:00:15 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio

"DWTS" Addressing Security Procedures After Lochte Protest

(LOS ANGELES) -- The two Dancing with the Stars protesters who stormed the dance floor Monday when Ryan Lochte completed his first dance routine have led to changes with the show's security. A DWTS representative tells ABC News, "A full evaluation of security procedures" is taking place, and "any changes deemed necessary" will be made. Sam Sotoodeh and Barzeen Soroudi were released from the Los Angeles Police Department Metropolitan Detention Center Tuesday at 11:00 a.m., with their bail set at $1,000 each. They are due back in court Oct. 4. They have not entered a plea. During Monday's show, the two…

posted 2016-09-14 12:00:00 by Entertainment News - ABC News Radio