Jerry Seinfeld: 23 Hours To Kill (Netflix)
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld performs at the Beacon Theatre
in New York City with his take on everyday life,
uncovering comedy in the commonplace. In his first
original special since 1998, Jerry Seinfeld returns with
a standup set that features his acerbic observations on
everyday life. “Who designed the bathroom stall with the
under display viewing window?” he jokes. “So we can all
see the lifeless collapsed pant legs and tragic little
shoe fronts that are just barely poking out from
underneath the impotent belt, lying helpless? How much
more money is it to bring this wall down another foot?”
I Still Believe
The true life story of Christian music star Jeremy Camp and his
journey of love and loss that looks to prove there is always hope. This musical
romantic drama film is directed by the Erwin Brothers and starring
KJ Apa, Britt Robertson, Shania Twain,
Melissa Roxburgh and Gary Sinise. It is based on the
life of American contemporary Christian music singer-songwriter Jeremy Camp and
his first wife, Melissa Lynn Henning-Camp, who was
diagnosed with ovarian cancer shortly before they married. Camp's song I Still
Believe is the film's namesake.
Lea Michele has confirmed her pregnancy by posting a photo of her
baby bump on Instagram. The former Glee star offered up a sideways
shot of herself over the weekend days after sources reported the 33 year old was
expecting her first child with husband Zandy Reich.
Camila Cabello is offering a lucky fan the chance to appear in her
next music video as part of the All-In Challenge. The
brainchild of Philadelphia 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin,
the charity initiative has prompted celebrities like Madonna, Drake,
Justin Bieber, Shawn Mendes, Leonardo
DiCaprio, Chris Evans, and Snoop Dogg to offer
up once-in-a-lifetime experiences to raise funds for those in need of food
during the coronavirus pandemic.
Britney Spears’ conservatorship has been extended until August,
according to court documents. Spears’ father, Jamie, stepped down as her
conservator due to ongoing health issues in September, and handed over his
responsibilities to the star’s longtime care manager, Jodi Montgomery.
A pair of pranksters landed one of the first interviews with Tiger
King star Carole Baskin by duping her into thinking she was
chatting to The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon. The
Big Cat Rescue CEO has turned down a string of TV
interviews following the release of the hit Netflix docu-series, but she agreed
to be part of Fallon’s virtual chat show when YouTubers Josh
Pieters and Archie Manners, posing as producers, promised her
he would not be asking her about Tiger King.
After being postponed by the coronavirus pandemic, the Kids’ Choice Awards
held a virtual telecast to dole out the slime and the awards. Victorious
star Victoria Justice hosted the show on Saturday, about six weeks
after the original date. In addition to the awards and slime given out, the show
made a $1 million donation to No Kid Hungry, a national campaign
to help end childhood hunger and support people affected by Covid-19.
Hafthor Bjornsson, who played Ser Gregor Clegane,
better known as The Mountain, on Game of Thrones, has a
deadlift world record. He lifted 1,104 pounds (501 kilograms) at Thor’s Power
Gym in Iceland on Saturday while livestreaming the historic occasion.
Chris Hemsworth posted a video message to his Instagram
account to thank fans for their overwhelming response to Extraction, the
Netflix film directed by Sam Hargrave and produced by the
Russo brothers in which he stars.
The original six Avengers are assembling once again. Chris
Evans joined Instagram on Friday to announce that he was bringing
together Robert Downey Jr., Scarlett Johansson,
Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo and Jeremy
Renner for a virtual hangout. Fans can enter for a chance to join the
hangout by donating to the All-In Challenge, which benefits
organizations helping keep people fed amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The G.I. Joe franchise continues to expand. Paramount Pictures
and Hasbro are developing an untitled fourth “G.I. Joe” movie, with the studio
in negotiations with the writing team of Joe Shrapnel and Anna
Waterhouse to pen the script. The new project would be a follow-up to
Paramount’s upcoming release Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins, with Crazy
Rich Asians star Henry Golding in the lead role as
the head of an anti terrorist group. Robert Schwentke directed the
pic, which opens on Oct. 23.