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Christian Bale Says Donald Trump Thought He Was Actually Bruce Wayne

Just how good of an actor is Christian Bale? Convincing enough that Donald Trump once requested a sit-down with the actor, convinced he really was his alter ego Bruce Wayne.  Scenes from 2012′s “The Dark Knight Rises,” the third movie in the Batman trilogy starring Bale as the caped crusader, were filmed at Trump Tower in New York City.  Trump, who ― let’s be honest ― likely sees much of himself in the Bruce Wayne character (the scion of a wealthy family, an impressive real estate portfolio, unchecked ego, etc.) requested a meeting with the star after the Trump Tower shoot, which Bale described as “quite entertaining.” “I met him, one time,” the actor told Variety at the Los Angeles premiere of his new film “Vice.” “We were filming on ‘Batman’ in Trump Tower and he said, ‘Come on up to the...

Lin-Manuel Miranda Releases ‘Hamilton’ Song That Was Cut From Musical

How’s this for an encore? Lin-Manuel Miranda just shared an unreleased song from “Hamilton” that was cut from his hit Broadway musical. The entertainer explained in a tweet Tuesday that “One Last Ride Reprise,” about George Washington’s death, was excised from Act II. He posted lyrics  and a SoundCloud link to the demo. Wouldn’t it be cool if the “Hamilton” creator could add “One Last Ride Reprise” back to the show? CBS Photo Archive via Getty Images Lin-Manuel Miranda (center as Alexander Hamilton) just posted a song that was cut from his smash hit “Hamilton.”

Seth Meyers Burns Almost Everything About The Holidays

It wasn’t exactly holiday cheer when “Late Night” host Seth Meyers fired up the burner on Tuesday night and blazed through a list of traditional favorites. Meyers didn’t spare sledding, “Home Alone” or even office holiday parties. But his hottest critique was aimed at the Bible story of Jesus’ birth. “Bethlehem innkeepers, where do you get off turning away a pregnant woman?” Meyers asked. “You’re lucky Yelp wasn’t around during the time of the Bible or you would have been savaged.” He also wasn’t happy that Mary and Joseph had to bunk in a stable. “Here is a tidbit of common decency: If you run an inn and a woman needs to give birth, maybe do better than the shack where your goats eat,” Meyers said. “It’s disgusting! And that’s coming from a guy whose wife gave birth in the lobby of a New ...

Sick Of Elf On A Shelf? Jimmy Kimmel Has A Way To Make Christmas Great Again.

Jimmy Kimmel said Tuesday that he has an “ongoing struggle with the elf in our shelf at home.” “If you don’t know what it is, this is a very sneaky way to get kids to behave,” Kimmel said. “The elf watches everything your child does and then goes to Santa and rats them out when they do bad things.” Kimmel said there’s a new holiday character “to counter that little narc, to help kids spin their bad deeds and hopefully make Christmas great again.” Yes, it’s Huckabee in a Tree. Check out the video above. 

Trevor Noah Says He’s ‘Proud Of President Trump’ – Here’s Why

The White House meeting Tuesday of President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi went viral because of the fireworks over border wall funding that got captured by the television cameras. But Trevor Noah, host of “The Daily Show,” found it to be noteworthy for another reason.  Trump insisted that if Congress did not approve money to build a wall along the southern border of the United States, he would not approve financing to keep the federal government operating and would take the blame for shutting it down. “I don’t know if you realize how monumental this moment is,” Noah said. “Donald Trump just agreed to take blame for something. This is the same guy who keeps Mike Pence around just to blame farts on.” Noah...

Colbert Reveals The Not-So-Secret Word That Activates ‘Weird Grandpa’ Trump

The “Late Show” host played footage of cats fighting and said it was “one step up” from President Donald Trump’s bonkers White House meeting with Democratic leaders Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.).  But he noticed there was one word in that conversation that seemed to activate the president.  Find out what it is in the clip above.

PewDiePie’s Excuse For Promoting Racist YouTube Content Includes More Racist Content

PewDiePie, the world’s most popular YouTuber, says he made an “oopsie” when he promoted a white supremacist’s YouTube page over the weekend ― he only liked the guy’s movie reviews, he said in a video published Tuesday. As it turns out, the guy’s movie reviews are as racist as they come. On Dec. 9, Felix Kjellberg (aka PewDiePie) published a video for his 76 million subscribers that included a section of shoutouts to other YouTube personalities. One of the shoutouts, as Right Wing Watch’s Jared Holt points out, was to user “E;R” who posts exclusively racist, anti-Semitic and white nationalist content. The news media noted the promotion and backlash. Given Kjellberg’s online reach ― which includes the attention of millions of young people ― any promotion, no matter how small, can mean big nu...

Headline About Julia Roberts’ Roles Published With Extremely Awkward Typo

On Saturday, the Post-Journal in Jamestown, New York, published an article by the Associated Press about Julia Roberts’ critically acclaimed roles in the film “Ben Is Back” and the new Amazon series “Homecoming,” reports. The only problem was the headline included one glaring mistake. “Julia Roberts Finds Life And Her Holes Get Better With Age,” the headline read. Headline of the day Julia Roberts Finds Life And Her Holes Get Better With Age — raf taylor (@truthis24fps) December 10, 2018 The original headline had a slightly different title: “Julia Roberts finds life (and her roles) get better with age.” The newspaper issued a correction Monday clarifying that it had intended to use the word “role” rather than hole. “A headline on Page D4 in Saturday’s...

‘Godzilla: King Of The Monsters’ Trailer Stomps Onto The Scene

Her character Madison begins a new trailer for “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” by reaching out on a radio for signs of life. Images of fleeing masses and the shadow of a huge winged creature fill the screen ― never a good sign. The viral preview, posted Monday, purposely avoids a clear look at the legendary beast and offers enticing glimpses of Godzilla’s beastly adversaries, including the three-headed King Ghidorah. Politicians in the clip can’t figure out which monsters are the good guys ― isn’t that often the case? ― but they better learn fast. The titans’ fight for supremacy is “leaving humanity’s very existence hanging in the balance,” according to the movie’s synopsis. “Godzilla: King of the Monsters,” a sequel to 2014’s “Godzilla” from Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures’ MonsterVe...

Janelle Monáe Will Play Dorothy Pitman Hughes In Upcoming Gloria Steinem Biopic

Rejoice: Janelle Monáe will be in “The Glorias: A Life On The Road,” an upcoming biopic about iconic feminist Gloria Steinem.  Deadline reported on Monday that Monáe will join actors Julianne Moore and Alicia Vikander in the biographical film. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Monáe will play Dorothy Pitman Hughes, the civil rights activist who co-founded Ms. magazine with Steinem.  Getty Images Gloria Steinem and Dorothy Pitman Hughes attend the Ms. Foundation For Women 2016 Gloria Awards Gala on April 27, 2016, in New York City.  “The Glorias,” based on Steinem’s 2015 memoir My Life on the Road, centers on the activist’s life and travels. Julie Taymor is directing, while Steinem and Amy Richards are executive producing. The official release date of the film has yet to be announced.  A...

Movies Starring Women Make More Money At The Box Office, Study Finds

A new study from a leading talent agency has determined that female-led films perform better at the box office than those starring men, essentially dismantling the myth that female-focused movies are bad for business.  The Creative Arts Industry, in partnership with tech company shift7 and the anti-discrimination action plan and legal defense fund Time’s Up, released research on Tuesday that examined 350 of the top-grossing films between 2014 and 2017.  While films with male leads outnumbered those with women in lead roles (245 versus 105), the latter consistently made more money on average, across differing budget levels.  Films with female leads like “Moana,” “Trolls,”  “Beauty and the Beast,” “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” and “Wonder Woman,” which became the highest-grossing superhero ...

Deadpool’s Defense Of Nickelback Will Warm A Bro’s Heart In Film Promo

“Wonder Years” alum Fred Savage, who appears in the family-friendly cut, tells Deadpool in the clip that the much-maligned rock band is “ear garbage.” Deadpool responds by firing off a list of Nickelback’s accomplishments, shaming Savage into a very moving act of contrition. Watch what happens above.

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