Photo: 20th Century-Fox/Getty Images She’s a father and children’s nanny, for God’s sake. Despite Twitter’s fervent hopes earlier this week, no, there is no cut of Mrs. Doubtfire could qualify for a NC-17 rating. After a viral tweet circulated , allegedly based on a 2015 interview with director Christopher Columbus, suggesting an unspeakably adult version of the 1993 Robin Williams comedy could be assembled from the late comedian’s improvised lines, Columbus dashed your dreams to Entertainment Weekly on Friday. “I only [previously] used the phrase NC-17 as a joke,” he confirmed. “There could be no NC-17 version of the movie.” But, if it makes you feel any better, and it probably will, Robin Williams did reportedly crank up his salty alts way past the movie’s PG-13 ratings, once Columbus had captured the scripted takes he needed to get past the Motion Picture Association of America without any spontaneously fainting or vomiting. “The reality is that there was a … [Read more...] about No, Sadly, There Isn’t a NC-17 Cut of
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June 22, 2016 - 20:56 BST hellomagazine.com A US reality TV star has commented... After months of rumours, Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx 's relationship status appeared to be confirmed earlier this week. US reality star Claudia Jordan, who is a friend of Jamie Foxx, was asked about the alleged romance during a podcast interview on Tuesday – and she apparently let the cat out of the bag. Former Real Housewives of Atlanta star Claudia said of Jamie: "[He's] a good friend of mine. [I was] never [romantically involved with him]. He is very happy with [Katie]. I like that he seems very happy." CLICK TO VIEW GALLERY Claudia Jordan allegedly claimed Katie and Jamie are together But, after sparking fresh new interest in the story, Claudia later insisted she "misspoke" during the chat and added that she had no knowledge of a relationship between Jamie and Katie. Speaking to ET just hours after the podcast, Claudia said: … [Read more...] about Is Katie Holmes dating Jamie Foxx?
March 16, 2021 - 09:55 GMT Gemma Strong Michelle Obama reveals the items she took from the White House following the end of husband Barack Obama presidency Michelle Obama and husband Barack called the White House their home for eight years, and following their exit from the famous residence, the former First Lady decided to take a few choice items with her. This week, Michelle made a special appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show , during which she shared some of the goodies she had kept from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. MORE: Michelle Obama calls for 'forgiveness' after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle interview The 57-year-old took part in a game called Drawer Dash in which she was given ten seconds to find particular items from within her home. And her first challenge was to collect something she had taken from the White House. Loading the player... WATCH: Michelle Obama reveals what she took from the White … [Read more...] about Michelle Obama reveals very surprising items she took from the White House!
Larry Wilmore and Viola Davis are teaming up to develop a new comedy series at ABC. Deadline reports that the two are producing a multi-cam comedy for ABC titled Black Don’t Crack written by Insecure co-executive producer Regina Hicks. The project follows three sorority sisters who “reunite during a pivotal point in each of their lives and realize that now that they are of a certain age sometimes it’s okay to crack and no one will be there for you like your sisters.” “I’m thrilled to be a part of this exciting project and to collaborate with the crazy talented, Regina Hicks,” Wilmore said on the project. “ BDC is hilarious, heartwarming, and shines a light on women who are hiding in plain sight.” … [Read more...] about Larry Wilmore and Viola Davis Developing ‘Black Don’t Crack’ Comedy at ABC
Photo: Amazon If buzz and critical praise have replaced Nielsen numbers as the key metric of success for streaming networks, September was a banner month for Amazon Prime Video. Season two of the streamer’s signature series Transparent snagged four Emmy awards, while season three premiered to another round of rave reviews. Two new half-hours — U.K. import Fleabag and Tig Notaro’s One Mississippi — launched to similarly ecstatic notices, with some critics counting one or both among the fall’s best new shows. And while Woody Allen’s first-ever TV show, Crisis in Six Scenes , wasn’t as universally beloved, it nonetheless garnered Amazon a ton of attention. Overseeing all four projects is Joe Lewis, a former Comedy Central staffer who joined Amazon back in March 2012 to help build the company’s TV business from the ground up. At most studios and networks, Lewis would be thought of as the head of comedy. At Amazon, he’s in charge of what the streamer more vaguely … [Read more...] about How Amazon Became a Major Player in Half-Hour Television