Harrison Ford isn’t slowing down; in fact, he’s been busier than ever, with two TV series (including the “Yellowstone” prequel “1923”), and a fifth Indiana Jones movie. The 80-year-old talks with Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz about playing “ordinary” people; fame and the loss of anonymity; and the attraction of returning to his homeContinue reading “Harrison Ford On Making The Ordinary Extraordinary”
As Variety catches up with Brandi Carlile, she is able to talk at some leisure because she’s traveling by train, headed from Washington, D.C., where the night before she sang in honor of U2 and Amy Grant at the Kennedy Center Honors, to New York City, where she’s just about to perform with Marcus MumfordContinue reading “Brandi Carlile On Her Stunning Year: An ‘SNL’ Victory Lap, Elton John Farewell Gig, Multiple Grammy Noms And More”
On The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Guillermo del Toro talks about the short film he created when he was eight years old and the inspiration behind his stop-motion animation film, Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio, then shows off the puppets used for Geppetto and Pinocchio in the film.
Quentin Tarantino has disclosed that he has plans to step back into television, looking to shoot an eight-episode series in 2023. The film director shared news of the project Wednesday night while promoting his new book, “Cinema Speculation,” at a New York event hosted by Elvis Mitchell. The filmmaker wasn’t forthright with narrative or productionContinue reading “Quentin Tarantino Reveals Plans To Shoot An Eight-Episode TV Series Next Year”
“CBS Mornings” co-host Gayle King sits down with actor Steve Martin and cartoonist Harry Bliss to discuss their new book, “Number One is Walking: My Life in the Movies and Other Diversions.” Martin shares behind-the-scenes stories about hit movies like, “Three Amigos,” and talks about getting Paul McCartney to sing one of his songs.
HBO presents, in association with SiriusXM, The Howard Stern Interview: Bruce Springsteen, airing Sunday, November 27 at 7 p.m. PT on HBO. The interview will also be available to stream on HBO Max. The interview features over two hours of intimate, in-depth conversation between Howard Stern and Bruce Springsteen, taking a candid look at Springsteen’sContinue reading “HBO To Air Bruce Springsteen Interview On ‘The Howard Stern Show’ November 27”
In an exclusive interview and performance on The Howard Stern Show, Bruce Springsteen played his 1987 song “Tougher Than the Rest” and revealed how he originally wrote the track. From his Tunnel of Love album, “Tougher Than the Rest” would later become a song he’d perform during his Broadway show, oftentimes with his wife ofContinue reading “Watch Bruce Springsteen Perform ‘Tougher Than The Rest’ & Talk Marriage To Patti Scialfa On The Howard Stern Show”
How did Phil Rosenthal go from Emmy-winning creator of Everybody Loves Raymond to a global food superstar with the Netflix reality series Somebody Feed Phil? “Everything I learned about how to tell a story on TV is now in the service of this show. Family, friends, food, travel, laughs. My whole existence seems to beContinue reading “Phil Rosenthal’s Mission Is To Bring People Together, One Bite At A Time”
The new Netflix chiller Mr. Harrigan’s Phone is precisely the million-and-first Stephen King story to be adapted into a movie. OK, not really. But it sort of feels that way, doesn’t it? Ever since the bestselling author’s debut novel, Carrie, was turned into a horror classic by Brian De Palma in 1976, King’s seemingly bottomlessContinue reading “Stephen King Talks About ‘Mr. Harrigan’s Phone’ And So Much More”
Phil Rosenthal delights Stephen Colbert with the story of meeting and talking comedy with one of the host’s personal heroes, the late Johnny Carson. Watch the sixth season of his show, “Somebody Feed Phil,” when it premieres on Netflix on October 18th