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Do you prefer new ‘America’s Got Talent’ judges Gabrielle Union and Julianne Hough over Mel B and Heidi Klum? [Poll]

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Do you prefer new ‘America’s Got Talent’ judges Gabrielle Union and Julianne Hough over Mel B and Heidi Klum? [Poll]
“America’s Got Talent” went through a major facelift in Season 14 as Gabrielle Union and Julianne Hough joined the judges’ table for the first time, replacing longtime panelists Mel B and Heidi Klum. Now that the season is wrapping up (the finale airs Wednesday night on NBC), it’s time to judge the judges! Do you prefer the dynamic duo of Union and Hough, or were Mel B and Klum more your jam? Vote in our poll below and then defend your choice down in the comments section.

See‘America’s Got Talent’ winner predictions: Kodi Lee, Emanne Beasha or V. Unbeatable will win season 14 of ‘Agt’

With Terry Crews also signing on as the new host, this year marked the biggest cast shakeup in the reality TV show’s history, since Season 8 when Klum and Mel B were both hired to replace a single judge, Sharon Osbourne. Howie Mandel
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Is Kanye West setting up Khloe Kardashian with Brad Pitt?

Rapper Kanye West is reportedly trying to set up his sister-in-law Khloe Kardashian with Hollywood star Brad Pitt.

He hosted Pitt at his Sunday Service, alongside Khloe, as well as her sisters Kim, Kendall and Kourtney, reports "mirror.co.uk".

Also Read:?When Brad Pitt made Kendall Jenner nervous

Khloe has never hidden the fact that she has a crush on Pitt, and has revealed on live radio once that she would love to have sex with him on-air.

She told host Howard Stern: "Bring in Brad Pitt and I'll f*** him on air."

Khloe had added that she thinks he is "really good looking."

Also, after Pitt split from Angelina Jolie, Khole gushed on her website about how "handsome" he was.

She wrote on her website: "I love him (but) I didn't like him when he was super young, like in 'Thelma and Louise'."
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Tiff Review: ‘Dogs Don’t Wear Pants’ Shows Dominatrix-Mandated Therapy as a Path for Resolution

The thesis of the impeccably directed Dogs Don’t Wear Pants is that you can teach a dog new tricks, especially if that dog has a threshold and an appetite for extreme pain. Although J-p Valkeapää’s picture is not screening in Tiff’s Midnight Madness category, it very well could be–the experience is as gory and as harrowing as one’s standard horror film.

Those seeking a sex-positive portrait of bondage may, however, be offended as limits are pushed beyond the playful into something darker with lasting damage. Years ago on Howard Stern he interviewed a woman whose sexual fantasy was to be amputated during sex; here, protagonist Juha finds himself entering the bondage scene as a form of atonement and therapy to deflect from his pain and anxiety. As a surgeon, he’s numb to blood and gore as evidenced early in the film’s explicit imagery
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Watch Spoon Cover John Lennon’s ‘Isolation’ on ‘Howard Stern’

Watch Spoon Cover John Lennon’s ‘Isolation’ on ‘Howard Stern’
Spoon recently stopped by The Howard Stern Show to perform two songs, their own “Rent I Pay” and a rendition of John Lennon’s 1970 solo track “Isolation.” The musicians brought a rousing feel to the song, which comes off Lennon’s album John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band, and it’s notably not the first time Spoon have covered the tune.

Spoon played both tracks in support of their recent greatest hits compilation, Everything Hits at Once, a collection that includes both old and new material. “The idea of doing a
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‘Bikram’ Review: Netflix Doc Is Latest Proof That the Yoga Rapist Has Eluded Justice

Over the past two years, the #MeToo movement has exposed countless terrible men guilty of sexual harassment and assault, but Bikram Choudhury has yet to face his comeuppance. A searing new documentary from Netflix on the “hot yoga” founder lays it all out in a blunt title: “Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator.” It doesn’t bring much new information to the table, but it’s an infuriating look at the way Choudhury seduced thousands of followers with his yoga franchise, while raping and assaulting innumerable women, and how he managed — so far — to get away with it. Choudry belongs in jail, and

Director Eva Orner covers many of the details addressed in last year’s revealing “30 for 30” podcast miniseries, but with footage of the domineering guru and testimonies from several of his victims whose visible anger reinforces the tragedy. Orner stuffs the full arc of Choudhury’s story into a tight 86 minutes,
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Orlando Bloom Says He Turned Down Saturday Night Live Because of His Dyslexia, 'Feeling Insecure'

Orlando Bloom Says He Turned Down Saturday Night Live Because of His Dyslexia, 'Feeling Insecure'
Orlando Bloom is opening up about his past decision to turn down an appearance on Saturday Night Live.

In an interview on The Howard Stern Show last week, the Carnival Row actor, 42, explained that he opted not to host the NBC comedy sketch series because he felt “really insecure at the time,” citing his dyslexia and the pressure of the international fame he earned from the Pirates of the Caribbean and The Lord of the Rings films.

“I was just like, partly my dyslexia, partly like that window of time where I couldn’t even … think straight and see the wood through the trees,
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‘Snake Eyes': Andrew Koji to Play Storm Shadow in ‘GI Joe’ Movie Spinoff (Exclusive)

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‘Snake Eyes': Andrew Koji to Play Storm Shadow in ‘GI Joe’ Movie Spinoff (Exclusive)
Warrior” headliner Andrew Koji has been cast as Storm Shadow in the “G.I. Joe” movie spinoff “Snake Eyes,” multiple individuals with knowledge of the project tell TheWrap exclusively.

Crazy Rich Asians” breakout Henry Golding is set to play Snake Eyes.

Snake Eyes,” the third live-action film based on the “G.I. Joe” toy line, will focus on the origins of the fan-favorite character known for his masked face, black commando uniform and ninja training. Robert Schwentke, the director of “Red” and “R.I.P.D.,” is set to direct “Snake Eyes” for Paramount and Allspark Pictures, in association with Skydance. The film will be released on Oct. 16, 2020.

Also Read: 'Crazy Rich Asians' Breakout Henry Golding in Talks to Play Snake Eyes in 'GI Joe' Movie Spinoff

Storm Shadow, like Snake Eyes, was created by Marvel Comics writer-editor Larry Hama. He debuted in 1984 on the pages of Marvel’s “G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero” comic series,
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‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Breakout Henry Golding in Talks to Play Snake Eyes in ‘GI Joe’ Movie Spinoff

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‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Breakout Henry Golding in Talks to Play Snake Eyes in ‘GI Joe’ Movie Spinoff
Crazy Rich Asians” breakout star Henry Golding is in talks to play the lead ninja commando Snake Eyes in Paramount’s G.I. Joe spinoff, an individual with knowledge of the project tells TheWrap.

Snake Eyes,” the third live-action film based on the “G.I. Joe” toy line, will focus on the origins of the fan-favorite character known for his masked face, black commando uniform, and ninja training. Robert Schwentke, the director of “Red” and “R.I.P.D.,” is set to direct “Snake Eyes,” for Paramount, Skydance, and Allspark Pictures. The film will be released on Oct. 16, 2020.

Beauty and The Beast” screenwriter Evan Spiliotopoulos wrote the screenplay. The story centers on the character’s origins where he tries to become a member of the Arashikage Clan, a ninja clan based in Japan. According to “G.I. Joe vs. Cobra: The Essential Guide,” the Arashikage worked as shadowy assassins for generations, using deception to earn their keep as ninjas,
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Watch the Highwomen Cover Fleetwood Mac’s ‘The Chain’ on ‘Howard Stern’

Watch the Highwomen Cover Fleetwood Mac’s ‘The Chain’ on ‘Howard Stern’
Just days after the Highwomen played their first full show at the Newport Folk Festival late last month, the country supergroup of Brandi Carlile, Maren Morris, Natalie Hemby and Amanda Shires were guests on Howard Stern’s Sirius Xm show, where they performed a commanding rendition of Fleetwood Mac’s Seventies classic, “The Chain.”

Shires’ chilling fiddle work accentuates the song’s desolate themes of heartache and anger and the singers’ four-part vocals add even more intensity to this women-only version, with instrumental support from Jason Isbell and brothers Phil and Tim Hanseroth.
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Brad Pitt on How the Manson Murders and Harvey Weinstein Had a Similar Effect on Hollywood

Brad Pitt on How the Manson Murders and Harvey Weinstein Had a Similar Effect on Hollywood
There are always events in history which mark the end of an era.

During an interview with The Sunday Times, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood costars Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio opened up about the massive impact the Manson family murders, which are depicted in the new film, had on Hollywood — and the parallels that can be seen today.

“When my parents described it, it was as the end of this idealized revolution,” DiCaprio, 44, explained. “My parents are still hippies, but it was the loss of this dream.”

“As Quentin [Tarantino] describes, you sort of portray this utopia, but there
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Brad Pitt Compares Charles Manson’s Effect on Hollywood to Harvey Weinstein

Brad Pitt Compares Charles Manson’s Effect on Hollywood to Harvey Weinstein
In an interview with The Sunday Times (via The Independent), Brad Pitt compares the effects of the Manson murders on Hollywood to that of Harvey Weinstein’s alleged sexual harassment and abuse. Pitt’s latest film, Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, is set in 1969 and flirts with the real history of the Manson family cult and the tragic death of Sharon Tate (played in the film by Margot Robbie). Pitt was joined for the Sunday Times interview by his “Hollywood” co-star Leonardo DiCaprio.

“When my parents described it,” DiCaprio said in the interview, “it was as the end of this idealized revolution. My parents are still hippies, but it was the loss of this dream. As Quentin describes, you sort of portray this utopia, but there is a mildew around the canvas that brought the darkness of humanity into play and ended a lot of my
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Jeffrey Epstein’s Finally Being Publicly Shamed — Could Trump Be Next?

Jeffrey Epstein’s Finally Being Publicly Shamed — Could Trump Be Next?
Not so long ago, there was no public shame in being a dirty old man. While political pundits proclaimed 1992 the Year of the Woman, Donald Trump was manhandling an NFL cheerleader on camera, with pedo-predator Jeffrey Epstein snickering right next to him.

In the early 2000s, when Donald Trump wasn’t putting Melania on the phone with Howard Stern to purr about how much sex they had, he was bragging about how he could “get away” with “inspecting” teenage girls in dressing rooms at his pageant franchises. Har-har-har! went Howard,
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Gabrielle Union’s Had Some Help Filling ‘Agt’ Judges’ Shoes

Over the past seven seasons, there had only been a single change on the America’s Got Talent judges’ panel, when Simon Cowell replaced Howard Stern. But this season, viewers were surprised to see not one, but two new judges on the show — Gabrielle Union and Julianne Hough were in the seats occupied for the [...]

The post Gabrielle Union’s Had Some Help Filling ‘Agt’ Judges’ Shoes appeared first on Hollywood Outbreak.
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Recommended New Books on Filmmaking: Making ‘Alien,’ Chantal Akerman, Analyzing ‘Peterloo’ & More

It’s summertime, and that means a roundup of film-related books must include some lighter fare—hence this column’s inclusion of reads about Star Wars, Game of Thrones, Alien, and Dungeons & Dragons. However, there is also a fascinating exploration of Mike Leigh’s underrated Peterloo and a memoir from the late Chantal Akerman. Plus, Howard Stern returns with a deep dive into his years of stunningly insightful celebrity interviews.

The Making of Alien by J.W. Rinzler (Titan Books)

J.W. Rinzler’s books on the original Star Wars trilogy rank among the finest making-ofs in recent decades. And few films are more befitting of the Rinzler treatment than Ridley Scott’s Alien. This beautifully designed text from Titan Books is bursting with illustrations and behind-the-scenes photos, as well as stories of the difficulties Scott faced making the film. There are also absurdly lovely details, like Harry Dean Stanton
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Russell Crowe Turned Down Potential $100M 'Lord of the Rings' Payday

Russell Crowe Turned Down Potential $100M 'Lord of the Rings' Payday
Russell Crowe came close to playing Aragorn in the Lord of the Rings trilogy — but he was put off by one phone call with director Peter Jackson.

In a recent interview with Howard Stern to promote his Showtime Roger Ailes miniseries The Loudest Voice (premiere numbers from Sunday were not impressive), the Oscar-winning actor explained why he said no to the blockbuster franchise, which would have resulted in a massive payday.

Stern got into the topic by asking Crowe if it was true he was offered the lead role of Aragorn (played in the trilogy by Viggo Mortensen) and ...
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Soundtrack Every Moment — Even the Small Ones

Soundtrack Every Moment — Even the Small Ones
Your under-caffeinated morning run. Your grueling Monday morning PowerPoint deck. Your hangry weekend meal-prep. All of life’s most frustrating moments can be improved with the right soundtrack. And with SiriusXM’s game-changing new​ service​, that soundtrack is now at your fingertips, 24/7 — on your phone, at home and online.

For over a decade, SiriusXM has remained the ultimate destination for in-car entertainment — a singular hub for music, comedy, talk, sports and news. Not to mention exclusive content: Their in-house performances and thought-provoking interviews keep listeners​ ​informed and ahead of the curve.
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‘Glow’ Star Jackie Tohn Talks About Her ‘Shallow’ Parody Triumph on Howard Stern Show

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‘Glow’ Star Jackie Tohn Talks About Her ‘Shallow’ Parody Triumph on Howard Stern Show
Vying for the heart of Howard Stern co-host Robin Quivers isn’t for the weak. So “American Idol” alum Jackie Tohn, who stars in the Netflix wrestling comedy “Glow,” threw herself into the ring, recruiting Stern song parody veteran Eli Bradon for a pair of parodies that had Stern and his SiriusXM listeners in stitches.

Tohn’s two collaborations with Braden — raunchy love songs to Quivers set to Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s sultry duet of “Shallow” from “A Star is Born,” and a positively filthy take on Cher’s “Believe” — both received big praise from Stern, who said the “Shallow” duet, which encouraged Quivers to try hooking up with girls, gave him “chills.”

“Fred is tearing up right now,” he laughed.

Getting the song on the show, Tohn said, and having Stern give her a big plug was one of the “biggest highlights of my career,” she tells Variety.
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Anderson Cooper Will Not Receive Inheritance From Late Mother, Gloria Vanderbilt

Fashion icon Gloria Vanderbilt was a member of one of the wealthiest families in America. When she died on June 17, many wondered what would become of her fortune. One person who won’t be getting it is her son, CNN news anchor, Anderson Cooper. Cooper himself made clear in a 2014 interview with Howard Stern that he […]

The post Anderson Cooper Will Not Receive Inheritance From Late Mother, Gloria Vanderbilt appeared first on uInterview.
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Russell Crowe Once Got Loaded and Bought a Dinosaur Skull from Leonardo DiCaprio

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Russell Crowe Once Got Loaded and Bought a Dinosaur Skull from Leonardo DiCaprio
Russell Crowe's famous divorce auction in 2018 generated a lot of interest. One of the most talked about items, besides the Gladiator jockstrap John Oliver purchased, was a dinosaur skull. In a new interview, Russell Crowe admits to buying the now infamous skull from Leonardo DiCaprio while the two actors were partying and rather inebriated. Whatever the case may be, the skull ended up selling at his auction for a decent chunk of change.

Howard Stern had Russell Crowe on his show and brought up the dinosaur skull, which sold at his Art of the Divorce auction. Crowe knew instantly where the conversation was heading and was ready to talk about just how ridiculous it all sounds. While he may have been loaded, his heart was in the right place. He explains how he acquired the skull from Leonardo DiCaprio.

"I bought it for my kids, and you know, cut
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Miley Cyrus Is on a Roll, and These Tweets Praising Her Black Mirror Debut Prove It

Miley Cyrus Is on a Roll, and These Tweets Praising Her Black Mirror Debut Prove It
Miley Cyrus is receiving praise from both fans and critics alike for her Black Mirror debut. In the episode titled "Rachel, Jack, and Ashley Too," the 26-year-old takes center stage as a successful pop singer named Ashley O. who is living a double life. Not only does the episode feature her incredible singing voice, but it's also reminding everyone just how great of an actress she is.

During an appearance on Howard Stern's radio show in December 2018, Cyrus gushed about how she was especially excited for fans to see this project. "I'm really actually excited for everyone to watch the 'head shaking project' we said yes to [before]," she said about doing the Netflix series. "The minute I say I never want to do something again, all of a sudden, there I am." She went on to add how this is one of the first acting projects she's been proud of in quite some time.
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