15 Iconic TV Relationships That Only Happened Because A Guest Star Had INTENSE Onscreen Chemistry With A Star
On Friends, Phoebe Buffay was originally supposed to end up with David. However, she married Mike instead because "Paul Rudd is so awesome that they sort of found a groove with him and [David] became more of just the grist for that mill...as opposed to the other way around."news.yahoo.com
Tom Hanks and Tina Fey Do Their Best to Salvage SNL’s COVID-Stricken 2021 Finale
NBCThe situation at 30 Rock’s Studio 8H was a fluid one fraught with uncertainty.Around 3 p.m. Saturday, the New York Post reported that there had been a COVID outbreak of sorts among the Saturday Night Live cast, with “a set insider” telling the paper “that ‘four actors’ have tested positive for coronavirus—and ‘three others’ have called out because they are now ‘fearful’ about coming to NBC Studios at 30 Rockefeller Center, where the weekly sketch show is filmed in Midtown.” SNL subsequently anews.yahoo.com
`This Is Us' stars Moore, Hartley co-host Red Nose special
LOS ANGELES This Is Us stars Mandy Moore and Justin Hartley will co-host NBC's Red Nose Day special to raise money and awareness for children in need. Funds raised by this years Red Nose campaign will be directed to help combat the effect of COVID-19 on youngsters and the organizations that aid them. In the pandemic, some of the most vulnerable parts of our population are obviously going to be children, Moore said. Instead, they're part of NosesOn.com, a website to make donations and get a digital Red Nose to share on social media, NBC said. Red Nose Day has raised $200 million annually for programs including Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Children's Health Fund and Feeding America.
Tom Brady says cameo taken out of context
Tom Brady throws a 34-yard touchdown pass to Josh Gordon for his 500th career touchdown pass during the fourth quarter against the Indianapolis Colts at Gillette Stadium on Oct. 4, 2018. (CNN) - Tom Brady is defending his cameo in the Netflix series "Living With Yourself," saying the media is creating a "blame and shame" culture. In the scene, Brady is seen walking out of the "Top Happy Spa," which is located inside a strip mall. Brady insisted that the scene has nothing to do with Kraft and told reporters it was "taken out of context." "Again, it's unfortunate that people would choose to think I would ever do something like that about Mr. Kraft.
Paul Rudd will not divulge secrets
Anthony Harvey/Getty Images(CNN) - Paul Rudd may be the most trustworthy man in Hollywood. The actor, who appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Thursday, would not reveal the secret to his seemingly endless youth and refused to dish about his upcoming "Ghostbusters" movie. "I just finished about two weeks ago," Rudd told Kimmel, adding that the director is Jason Reitman, who is the son of Ivan Reitman, the director of the original "Ghostbusters." "There's something special about that," Rudd said. But Rudd did talk about his new Netflix show, "Living With Yourself," in which he plays a man who gets cloned in a spa mishap.
Paul Rudd does double duty in new series
Jemal Countess/Getty Images(CNN) - Paul Rudd does double duty in "Living With Yourself," a bizarrely twisty, highly inventive dark comedy that, among other things, considers the elusive quest for happiness. The premise, frankly, really doesn't do this Netflix series justice, as the producers somehow keep pulling rabbits -- and unexpected wrinkles -- out of hats. Rudd plays Miles, an ordinary sort who is seemingly living a life of suburban bliss, sleepwalking through a reasonably successful middle-management job and marriage to Kate ((Aisling Bea), even if there's not an abundance of spark left. After that, though, they proceed to basically share Miles' life, with all the discomfort, near misses and resentments that entails. Rudd plays it all with a mix of comedy and pathos, somehow differentiating his double role, even if they're both versions -- down to their memories -- of the same dude.
Mulvaney links delay in Ukraine aid to DOJ investigation into 2016
PopularCBSN Originals | Speaking Frankly: Dating appsDating apps offer seemingly endless potential matches at your fingertips, turning an intimate experience into something that feels more like a video game. But because users hide behind virtual profiles, it's easy to ghost, harass, and view others as non-human and now that bots are populating these platforms, some actually are. As the industry continues to grow, some experts question whether dating app companies are really interested in helping people find love, or if they have an incentive to keep people in an endless cycle of searching and matching without any real connection.cbsnews.com
Top diplomats testify in impeachment probe
CrimeEl Chapo's son arrested then releasedChaotic scenes of violence paralyzed the streets of a Mexican city Thursday. A son of notorious drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was briefly apprehended then later released. Before he was let go police clashed with heavily-armed members of the Sinaloa drug cartel. Officials say they arrested Ovidio Guzmn Lpez, who is among the most wanted men in Mexico, but the onslaught was so fierce security forces were forced to let Guzmn go. Errol Barnett reports.cbsnews.com
Is FaceApp Dangerous to Your Privacy?
Everyone's obsessed with FaceApp, the app that can make you look decades older. But could it be dangerous to your privacy? David Fergusson, co-author of "The transHuman Code," told Inside Edition that it's important to read the fine print in the app's terms of service. In a statement, FaceApp told Inside Edition it does not access your entire photo library, but rather only the image selected for a user by editing. But Fergusson said the concerns surrounding FaceApp can apply to other apps as well.