In a rare podcast appearance, Apple CEO Tim Cook joins Dua Lipa to dive into the profound impact of artificial intelligence, the ever-evolving tech landscape and their response to climate change. Join Dua as she discovers Tim’s personal journey, from his life growing up to his philanthropic endeavours, as well as his perspective on tacklingContinue reading “Apple CEO Tim Cook Talks To Dua Lipa On What It Takes To Run The World’s Largest Company”
Airplane! premiered on July 2nd, 1980. With a budget of $3.5 million it went on to make nearly $200 million in sales and has influenced a multitude of comedians on both sides of the camera. Jerry Zucker, David Zucker and Jim Abrahams were responsible for writing and directing the zany comedic hit “Airplane!” Now, theContinue reading “Jerry Zucker, David Zucker And Jim Abrahams Discuss New Book About The Making of “Airplane!””
Author Stephen King is back at it, releasing a new novel reminding us all why he’s the king of horror. “Holly” is a chilling story that takes place during the COVID-19 pandemic and spotlights a frequent character in King’s catalog. Jeff Glor from CBS Saturday Morning sat down with the author for more.
Authors, philanthropists, and library advocates Stephen and Tabitha King were the keynote speakers of the 2023 Maine Library Association pre-conference fundraising dinner. Listen to the interview conducted by Sonya Durney HERE. More information about the Stephen & Tabitha King Foundation can be found HERE.
It’s no secret big Hollywood studios like a sure bet, and there’s no shortage of predictable movies to prove it. Which is probably why Nicolas Cage left Los Angeles for Las Vegas a long time ago. At 59, the Academy Award winner owns one of the most eclectic lists of film credits in the business.Continue reading “Nicolas Cage: The 60 Minutes Interview”
It all started with one bobblehead… and a dream. Back in 1998, Funko founder Mike Becker found himself looking nostalgically at the Bob’s Big Boy mascot and made the big bet that there were other toys fans just like him that would pay to own a collectible wobbly-headed version of the oversized burger-pusher. “I rememberContinue reading “A Peek Inside The Funko Vaults, From The Earliest Wacky Wobblers To Never-Seen Pop! Figures”
Billy Joel says that if he had to do it over again, he’d un-write “at least 25%” of his songs. “I’ve written some real stinkers I wish I could take back,” he says, starting with “When in Rome” (from 1989’s “Storm Front”) and “C’était Toi” (from 1980’s “Glass Houses”). “I don’t even speak French,” heContinue reading “Billy Joel On His Los Angeles Years”
Avengers: Endgame proved to be anything but the end for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and since then, the biggest superhero franchise in history has only continued to expand. After closing out the Infinity Saga in 2019 (and killing off a few of its marquee players), Marvel turned its attention to the multiverse, kicking off PhaseContinue reading “Kevin Feige Opens Up About Phase 5, Kang, And The Future of The MCU”
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”
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”