Today in Entertainment: The Springsteen/Trump disconnect and a 75th birthday for Wonder Woman Oct. 27, 2016, 10:16 a.m. Here's what's new and interesting in the world of entertainment and the arts today:Here's why Bruce Springsteen's blue-collar heroes have made Donald Trump their rock starAt 75,...
Ocean’s 8, a continuation of the films starring George Clooney, has officially begun production. Some of the cast has been spotted in-costume during filming in New York City; including Sandra Bullock, who will be playing Danny Ocean’s sister, and our beloved Helena Bonham Carter. In the film, Bullock’s character will form a band of thieves...read more!
Guys, New York Bridal Week was ah-mazing, but when Pronovias presented its 2017 Atelier Pronovias Collection at the historic Prince George Ballroom, let me tell you… it was an entirely new level of awesome. Think one mesmerizing gown after another gracing the runway, all with that unique + elegant craftsmanship that Pronovias is so well-known for. Get […]
Melania Trump was surprised by some news in an interview she did this morning with GMA’s George Stephanopoulos when Donald Trump informed her of some plans: “She’s actually going to make two or three speeches. And I will tell you. She’s a… Read The post Donald Trump Surprises Melania with News She’ll Be Making 2 or 3 ‘Big, Important’ Speeches: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
George Lucas is hoping the third time will be the charm for his Museum of Narrative Art, plans for which have already foundered in the face of strong community opposition in San Francisco and Chicago. Actually that's not quite right: Lucas is hoping that either the third or fourth time will be...
A vandal destroyed Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood walk of fame Pro-immigration protesters in New York City stopped traffic across the George Washington Bridge. The Pentagon will no longer seek reimbursement from California National...Show More Summary
Washington Post: “If Republicans retain control of the House, something that GOP-friendly maps make possible even in the event of a Trump loss, Clinton will become the first president since George H.W. Bush to immediately face a House Oversight Committee [...]
Around the time the US election descended into grotesque farce, America’s comedians faced the conundrum that their satire was no match for reality. But recent events like Trump’s meltdown over revelations of sexual abuse have reignited quality efforts at political comedy. On...
The real-life George W. Bush has withheld his endorsement from Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Will Ferrell's George W. Bush character went a bit further on Comedy Central Tuesday night: "Don't let that sack of rotten sweet potatoes anywhere near the White House." Reprising the role...
"Thanks to the bozo Trump, folks have forgotten about how I tanked the economy, or I didn’t get Bin Laden."
A Word from President George W. Bush... 9:04 Former President George W. Bush (Will Ferrell) opens up to Chris about his feelings on Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and the 2016 election. Watch full episodes of @midnight now -- no login...Show More Summary
Although it took the Chicago Cubs playing in the World Series for Will Ferrell to revive his Harry Caray impression, the return of his take on George W. Bush has sort of been in the making since Donald Trump decided to run for president. Show More Summary
This election has brought out some weird stuff. Be it the deification of Megyn Kelly or the revised-history adorability of George W. Bush. All it takes is a cute picture and that Michelle Obama touch and anyone can be beloved....
Comedy actor Will Ferrell brought back his legendary George W. Bush impression to give some real talk with Chris Hardwick last night on @Midnight.
As we enter the home stretch of the most bananas presidential election in American history, Will Ferrell reprised his George W. Bush impression to remind us of quainter times. "This dunderhead is making me look great," Ferrell's Bush said of Donald Trump on @midnight. Show More Summary
Ferrell's iconic Dubya impression is back.
Will Ferrell has been popping up on the late-night circuit lately, and on Comedy Central's "@midnight" Tuesday night, the comedian unleashed his George W. Bush impression to lay down the law for Donald Trump. Ferrell's brilliant George W. Show More Summary
The former secretary of state under Republican George W. Bush calls Donald Trump "unqualified," according to Newsday.
During Tuesday night's @Midnight With Chris Hardwick, Will Ferrell brushed off his George W. Bush impersonation that got America through the last Republican presidency, to defend the Bush family's honor. In the wake of Billy Bush's leaked video with "that disgraced pumpkin" Donald Trump, George had to say something about ... More »
Will Ferrell visits Comedy Central’s @midnight with Chris Hardwick tonight as George W. Bush, to defend the family name, in the wake of Washington Post’s release of the Access Hollywood tape of “my cousin Billy Bush.” “He’s been in the news a lot lately, him and and that disgraced pumpkin Donald Trump, talking on that bus….We Bush’s don’t act like that,” Ferrell/Bush begins…