"The Late Show With David Letterman" is in its home stretch, with Letterman's final broadcast set for on May 20. (He will be succeeded by Stephen Colbert.) A number of special guests and performances have been announced for the final episodes. Show More Summary
After Stephen Colbert's epic departure from Comedy Central last year, media watchers wondered how bad the network would suffer during the 11:30 p.m. half-hour as a result.
Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe -- the nun who threatened to punch Stephen Colbert in the face -- doesn't shy away from making bold statements to influential people. Nyirumbe, the director of St. Monica's Girls Tailoring Center, visited AOL...Show More Summary
“McNamara was honored for 2014 columns on the death of Joan Rivers, Stephen Colbert’s departure from Comedy Central, the media circus attending the Sochi Olympics and myriad television shows. She often ranged beyond television to examine broader cultural trends and controversies, including the debate about the role on-screen sexism might play in real-world violence.”
George Lucas, the father of Star Wars and the founder of Lucasfilm, is a man of simple tastes. Even for a conversation with Stephen Colbert at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival in front of an audience of hundreds of people, he still dons his same old grandpa jeans and white sneakers. Show More Summary
George Lucas has been granting all kinds of wishes to Star Wars fans these days: not only did he retcon the concept of Jedi singlehood, last Friday he owned up to the conversational shortcomings of his most successful series of films. But...Show More Summary
You've wondered too: Why didn't Colbert want "The Daily Show" instead of Letterman's "Late Show." He explains
The chance to see George Lucas discuss his career ranked fairly high in our Tribeca Film Festival priorities, especially with Stephen Colbert conducting the interview. Apparently we weren't alone: The festival sold out one of its largest...Show More Summary
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When the Daily Show announced the retirement of Jon Stewart, why he quit the show was never explained to the audience’s satisfaction. Now, Stewart is explaining his motive for dropping out after so many years, and George Lucas even asked Stephen Colbert if he would step up the plate. Show More Summary
George Lucas has made known he’s put his “Star Wars” days behind him, and in a conversation Friday with Stephen Colbert at the Tribeca Film Festival, he made clear just how done with the franchise he really was—so done he’d like to spend his time making experimental films.
George Lucas got playfully snarky with moderator Stephen Colbert at a public Tribeca Film Festival event held in the Star Wars creator's honor. Speaking about 24 hours after the...
When Stephen Colbert went to the audience for questions at
As the world's largest Star Wars fan, Stephen Colbert was undoubtedly thrilled to once again get the chance to hang out with his childhood idol George Lucas on Friday. A bunch of other people were thrilled too, because Colbert wasn't interviewing Lucas in his childhood basement — the two were... More »
Okay, first things first: George Lucas has not yet seen the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer that we all … Read More
Stephen Colbert has a simple reason why he wouldn't want to replace Jon Stewart on "The Daily Show": he wouldn't have a good time. During a Tribeca Film Festival panel between Colbert and George Lucas Friday, Lucas turned the tablesShow More Summary
In the midst of lots of Star Wars talk today, Stephen Colbert addressed a few big stories about late night, including the impending departure of his buddy Jon Stewart.
While George Lucas had the spotlight at today’s Tribeca Talk: George Lucas and Stephen Colbert, it was the future Late Show host who came away with spades in the conversation. Clearly on display were the comedian’s interview chops sans...Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert and George Lucas are sitting opposite each other having an intense conversation. The setting is the Tribeca Film Festival. The topic is Howard the Duck. “You can’t put a dwarf in a duck suit and make it work,” Lucas said. Show More Summary
Audiences were privy to a rare treat as comedian Stephen Colbert interviewed Star Wars creator George Lucas onstage at the Tribeca Film Festival Thursday afternoon. "How's it being George Lucas?" Colbert asked Lucas. "It's okay," the billionaire director replied, deadpan. Lucas, 70, proceeded to regale the hundreds gathered with tales of his brief stint as [...]