Stephen Colbert’s Beard Wants to Face Off Against Alex Trebek’s Beard

Stephen Colbert has a title to defend: that of robustly-bearded show host. In a monologue on his Late Show on Tuesday night, Colbert admitted that his recently-acquired seasonal beard has already come in for serious competition on TV — from none other than Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek.

Jeopardy!, which recently returned to air for its 35th season, hasn’t changed its game-show style. But its host sure has made a switch in the facial hair department. “Very cute,” Colbert offered, before getting down to the truth.

“I have got a beef with Trebek’s beard,” Colbert admitted: he believes Trebek is stealing his new look. “Because check out this Daily Double. Look at this! Look! He’s just sporting a cheap Canadian knockoff of the Colbeard.” (Technically, it’s not quite a Colbeard; Jeopardy! has coined Trebek’s look the “Trebeard.”)

Colbert continued: “I have a message for Trebek: step off, Beardy Come Lately! There can not be two Colbeards. There can barely be one. I’m still hoping this side fills in before Christmas.” So naturally, Colbert decided to throw down the gauntlet and challenge Trebek to an on-air trivia face-off. The prize? Winner keeps their beard. Loser must shave.

As of Wednesday, Trebek had yet to respond to Colbert’s bold challenge, although the Jeopardy! Instagram account has been polling fans earlier in the week to decide whether or not the Trebeard remains. Looks like the bearded drama is only beginning to heat up this fall — and we’re still a few months away from November, famous season of Movember.

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Stephen Colbert Not the Least Bit Surprised by Omarosa’s Trump ‘N-Word’ Reveal

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“Yet another close advisor to President Trump has betrayed him,” announced Stephen Colbert at the top of The Late Show Monday night.  

Yes, Omarosa Manigault-Newman, a former reality-TV villain on The Apprentice who eventually served as a senior aide to President Trump, has become the latest confidant—following Billy Bush, Michael Cohen and Stuttering John—to secretly record conversations with the man who’s not only proclaimed he “only hires the best people,” but repeatedly hammered Hillary Clinton over her email security.

No one really knew what Omarosa was up to in the White House other than planning her big wedding, but apparently now they have their answer: she was recording private convos with the likes of Trump and chief of staff John Kelly so as to hawk a tell-all book, Unhinged, when she was inevitably fired from her West Wing gig.

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Stephen Colbert Not the Least Bit Surprised by Omarosa’s Trump ‘N-Word’ Reveal

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“Yet another close advisor to President Trump has betrayed him,” announced Stephen Colbert at the top of The Late Show Monday night.  

Yes, Omarosa Manigault-Newman, a former reality-TV villain on The Apprentice who eventually served as a senior aide to President Trump, has become the latest confidant—following Billy Bush, Michael Cohen and Stuttering John—to secretly record conversations with the man who’s not only proclaimed he “only hires the best people,” but repeatedly hammered Hillary Clinton over her email security.

No one really knew what Omarosa was up to in the White House other than planning her big wedding, but apparently now they have their answer: she was recording private convos with the likes of Trump and chief of staff John Kelly so as to hawk a tell-all book, Unhinged, when she was inevitably fired from her West Wing gig.

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Stephen Colbert Has a Rally-Ready ‘Glimmery Shimmery’ Makeup Tutorial Just for Trump

If you’ve been wondering how to get the “hottest, most presidential highlights,” then Stephen Colbert has the perfect makeup tutorial for you.

In a clip dubbed “Stephen on the Floor” that aired during Monday’s episode of The Late Show, the host shared his take on how to get President Donald Trump’s look. “It’s glimmery, it’s shimmery, and it’s a fun and easy look you can take from golf to rally,” he began the YouTube channel parody.

Colbert then proceeded to smear bronzer and highlighter all over his face while wearing a pair of goggles to keep the area around his eyes as white and puffy as possible. He finished his full face of makeup by using a slice of bologna to blend everything together.

“I like to use Oscar Mayer chicken and pork,” he explained. “The rendered fat really seals in your highlights so now your look holds up to a sweaty, panicked denial of guilt.”

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The Weekend Reset: A Little Stephen King and a whole lot of the Basque Country.

It’s Friday. Looking for something to switch up your weekend, or to give you an excuse to relax a little? That’s what the Weekend Reset is for. Each week contributor Tim Johnstone pulls together five things to get your weekend started. Could be something to read or watch, something to eat or listen to, or even something to do. Enjoy the weekend fellas.

 

DRINK: 2016 Bodegas Aizpurua Txakoli

This is a wine I recently discovered at a Basque eatery. On a triple digit evening, noshing on tapas, this was the perfect companion. Txakoli (pronounced CHOC-O-LEE), made from the Hondarrabi grape, is grown in the Basque country and it comes in a few varieties. We enjoyed the white (called zuri), which has a low alcohol content, is mildly effervescent and is crisp and dry.  Bodega Aizpurua is the second oldest Txakoli winery in the world, dating back to 1834. I recommend checking out their website for a history of the winery.

 

STREAM: It’s Stephen King’s world. We just live in it.

Yes. This is another Stephen King sourced TV series. Only, this is different. It is based on characters he has created and shared in stories going all the way back to the beginning of his career. They take place in a fictional town called Castle Rock which has been the locale for many of his past works. So far, this is fantastic stuff. Bill Skarsgård who was brilliant as Pennywise in the recent IT movie, plays an altogether different sort of creepy guy here. And the supporting line up is equally fantastic – Sissy Spacek, Scott Glenn and J.J. Abrams (who produce the series and can do no wrong in my book) favorite Terry O’Quinn are among the best. It is available on Hulu.

 

READ: Life and stories from a Basque village

I discovered this book when it was published. Living in a region of the country with a large Basque population, I have always been curious about the culture. This book was originally written in the Basque language (this happens less than you might think) and translated for those of us who don’t read or write Euskara. It have since re-read it several times and have given it as countless gifts. It’s all about the story, or in this case, the stories. They resemble Russian nesting dolls in terms of how they reveal themselves and it is a wonderful piece of writing.

 

EAT: Pintxos are your friends. Your delicious, delicious friends.

Chances are you have heard about tapas. They are how Spain does appetizers. And they come in a wonderful array of varieties. Also called pintxos, they make a great addition to your party planning skills. This recipe book does a great job of describing the different kinds of tapas, shares the history, and provides a great selection to try for yourselves. To learn more about the book, head on over here.

 

DRINK2: Get to know the Kalimotxo.

Better yet, have one on a hot summer night hanging out with friends. It is simply cola and red wine. That’s it. Sometimes called Poor Man’s Sangria, this is a Basque favorite and even I, who positively scoffed at the notion of trying one, fell victim to its charms. But be warned – they are sneaky, go down easy, and can wreak havoc with you the next day. It’s a great way to make use of that bottle you didn’t finish. What do you mean that never happens?

Tim Johnstone is Dappered’s music correspondent as well as our resident gatherer of all things interwebs related. He’s currently undergoing a Tim Improvement Project™ (Version 4.0) and he understands that this is a life-long endeavor. 


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Stephen Colbert Is Not Letting Trump Get Away With His Double Negative Comment

Stephen Colbert isn’t letting Donald Trump’s defense of his comments about Russia stand.

On Tuesday’s episode of the Late Show, Colbert dug into the president’s clarification of his position after recent talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki — when Trump declined to criticize Russian meddling reported by the U.S. intelligence community.

“It is starting to dawn on some people, Trump may be a bad president,” Colbert joked before beginning to unpack the situation. After analyzing clips of Trump discussing his statements, Colbert zeroed in on his most critical “clarification:” that the president actually meant to say “wouldn’t” instead of “would” regarding Russia’s potential U.S. election hacking in 2016.

“Yes, the sentence should have been that,” Colbert riffed. “It was not that. But then again, who among us hasn’t said the exact opposite of what he just said in front of cameras on multiple occasions. I’m sorry, let me clarify. That sentence should be, who among us has not not done that? If you can just add a new word in, what’s next?” Colbert continued, considering previous examples of statements Trump has made that raised eyebrows: “After Charlottesville, I meant to say, there’s ‘bad’ people on both sides? And on that bus, I meant to say ‘respect’ her by the ‘pussy?;”

Ultimately, Colbert agreed that Trump’s statement was, at the very least, confusing. “It’s a double negative,” he continued, “like Donald and Trump.”


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Putin’s Press Conference With Trump Shook Stephen Colbert to His Core

Stephen Colbert went overtime to get into the “nitty crazy” of President Donald Trump’s press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday, noting that, he was shaken to his core, but “at 54, there’s not a lot of core left.”

Colbert devoted a two-part “Double Stuf Oreo” version of The Late Show’s opening monologue on Monday night to Trump and Putin after the two leaders met for a summit in Helsinki on Monday. The meeting and Trump’s statements at their joint press conference, left Colbert shaken by questions of whether President Trump is “the Siberian candidate.”

“I’m thinking that maybe the most patriotic thing we can do right now, is not point out the alarming behavior of our president, which could be divisive. But instead, just take it until he’s gone,” Colbert joked with the audience. “Does anybody feel like just taking it?” The audience loudly said no, which reassured Colbert.“OK, me neither. I was worried there for just a second.” He then got into the “nitty crazy” of Trump’s press conference with Putin, which he classified as “treason.”

Despite the fact that their meeting came just days after the U.S. indicted 12 Russian military intelligence agents for allegedly hacking DNC servers ahead of the 2016 election, Trump seemed to side with Putin over the U.S. intelligence agencies. Trump said Putin vehemently denied charges of collusion saying that “he didn’t see any reason why it would be.” Colbert said he found that hard to believe. “You don’t see any reason? Do you own a mirror?” Colbert joked. “Because after throwing your intelligence community under the bus, you threw it in reverse and turned them into road burger.”

It wasn’t just Colbert who was alarmed by the president’s statements and actions. Even members of his own political party were dismayed by Trump’s actions. After reading a few reactions from both sides of the political aisle, Colbert said, “Wow! Those are the worst reviews I’ve seen since Titanic. And I don’t mean the movie.”


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Stephen Colbert played a little bingo game for Trump’s Supreme Court pick

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Stephen Colbert played a little game or two watching Trump’s nomination for the U.S. Supreme Court.

During Tuesday night’s monologue on The Late Show, Colbert revealed his winning “Trump nomination bingo” card, after the president named Judge Brett Kavanaugh to replace Anthony Kennedy.

Pulling the card from of his pocket, Colbert said, “You see, all the squares say ‘white guy’.”

After calling Kavanaugh a “cover model for Generic Dads Monthly,” Colbert said he also played a drinking game during the nomination event. 

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Inside ‘Castle Rock’: Stephen King and J.J. Abrams’ Spooky Supernatural Series

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Andre Holland is a superstar—Hollywood just hasn’t caught on yet.

Nonetheless, paired with one of the best casts on television, he once again proves his peerless talent in Castle Rock, Hulu’s new binge-watchable series based on the works of Stephen King. And yes, I mean works, plural. This 10-episode show isn’t an adaptation of any one particular King tome but, rather, is a project that synthesizes elements from many of his novels (both popular and lesser-known) for an all-new supernatural mystery set in one of his favorite fictional haunting spots: the quiet Maine town of Castle Rock.

Created by Sam Shaw and Dustin Thomason, and executive produced by J.J. Abrams—himself a King aficionado who for years tried to shepherd a long-form version of the author’s The Dark Tower to the screen—Castle Rock is, first and foremost, a showcase for Holland, the 38-year-old actor who initially made a splash in Steven Soderbergh’s superlative small-screen Cinemax effort The Knick, and followed that up with unforgettable turns in Ava DuVernay’s Selma and Barry Jenkins’ 2016 Best Picture winner Moonlight. Here, he’s magnetic as Henry Deaver, a criminal defense attorney who handles death row cases in Houston, to little success. After his latest failure, which ends in grim fashion, he receives a phone call from his home town of Castle Rock, informing him that Shawshank State Prison now houses a perplexing new inmate—who’s asked for Deaver personally.

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‘Melania Trump’ Reveals the Hidden Messages in Her Wardrobe to Stephen Colbert

Melania Trump’s controversial decision to wear a Zara jacket emblazoned with the words, “I Really Don’t Care, Do U?” as she boarded her plane to Texas captured the attention of the nation, with many critiquing her for being “tone deaf” to the real-life consequences of the political policies of her husband’s administration.

This isn’t the first time that Melania’s fashion choices have stirred up controversy, and Stephen Colbert thinks that’s no coincidence. In a segment on his show on Tuesday, Colbert interviewed “FLOTUS” as portrayed by Laura Benanti, during which “Melania” denied that her jacket intentionally sent a “callous message,” while wearing a t-shirt that read “Believe My Clothing” and a “F the Kids” baseball cap.

“I’m starting to think your clothes are a purposeful distraction from the heartbreaking images we’ve seen from the detention centers,” Colbert said before fake Melania showed him a spangled scarf that read “Murder All the Penguins” that she planned to sport to the next global warming summit.

To really drive the message home, fake Melania showed off a new jacket which read: “How Many More Monstrous Acts Do I Have to Support Before People Finally Start Seeing Me as Complicit In All This?”

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LONDON (Reuters) – The voice of Stephen Hawking was beamed into space with a message of peace and hope on Friday as the British physicist, who gained international acclaim for his work on black holes, was laid to rest during a service at London’s Westminster Abbey.
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Stephen Colbert Calls Out ‘Douchebag’ Trump for Blowing Up G7 Summit

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If you’re a “nerd” who “values the Western alliance that has safeguarded democracy for 70 years,” Stephen Colbert said Monday night that “it was a tough weekend for you.”

That’s because this weekend was the G7 meeting, where President Donald Trump managed to alienate all of America’s main allies and trading partners, especially Canada, which hosted the summit.

“Now, the spirit of the entire summit, the tension of the entire weekend, can be summed up by this picture. I believe it’s entitled ‘Still Life with Douchebag,’” the Late Show host said of the instantly iconic photo in which Trump sits with his arms crossed across the table from Angela Merkel and the rest of the G7 leaders. “He’s like a toddler who’s put a lego in his mouth.”

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Stephen Colbert Is Convinced He Knows Why Trump Disinvited the Philadelphia Eagles From the White House

It’s a long-standing tradition that Super Bowl champions are invited to the White House to meet the president. This year, though, Donald Trump rescinded the invitation to the reigning champs, the Philadelphia Eagles. Trump canceled the visit from the Eagles, because some players “disagree with their President because he insists that they proudly stand for the National Anthem,” he said in a statement Monday evening.

There’s just a small thing that Colbert wanted the president to consider one thing about his rescinded invitation to the Super Bowl champions. “Here’s the thing: no Eagles players took a knee or stayed in the locker room during the anthem last season,” Colbert pointed out on Tuesday night’s episode of The Late Show. “So Donald Trump is blaming a group of black guys for something they didn’t do. They’ll have to rename the Eagles the ‘Central Park 53’.” The last jab was a reference to the fact that Trump believes that the five black and Hispanic teenagers who became known as the “Central Park Five” are guilty, despite their exoneration.

Colbert also called out Fox News, who “never lets the truth get in the way of a good story” ran images of the Eagles’ players taking a knee alongside a story about the rescinded invitation. That wasn’t what the picture showed, though. “Eagles tight end Zach Ertz pointed out on Twitter that was actually footage of him ‘praying before games with his teammates well before the anthem.’ Come on, look, look. It‘s an honest mistake: Fox News also thought this picture was Jesus calling a touchdown!”

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Stephen Colbert Mocks Melania Trump’s Disappearance: ‘This Is Just Weird’

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Stephen Colbert returned from a weeklong vacation this week. But as of Monday afternoon, First Lady Melania Trump was still nowhere to be seen.

“As of the time we are taping this show right now, the first lady has not been seen in public for 25 days,” the Late Show host said on his first show back. “I’m not surprised. It took that Shawshank guy years to tunnel out.”

Colbert explained to viewers that Melania Trump had surgery for what the White House called a “benign kidney condition” early last month. “They say she is perfectly fine and I certainly hope that’s true,” he said. “And they claim she came home to the White House. Trump even welcomed her back in a tweet in which he accidentally called her ‘Melanie.’ Awkward.”

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Stephen King Laments Donald Trump’s ‘Poverty of Thought’

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It’s a terrifying time for democracy, not only in the predictable pockets of repression around the world but right here at home in the good ol’ U.S. of A.

That was the sobering, indeed disturbing, message of Tuesday night’s PEN Literary Gala at New York’s American Museum of Natural History, where horror virtuoso Stephen King and dystopian storyteller Margaret Atwood, along with movie star Morgan Freeman, sounded the alarm to a celeb-studded, black-tie crowd of nearly 1,000.

People who write books—and, just as important, people who read them—“are the crucial counterweight to those who are close-minded and mean-spirited,” King told dinner-goers sitting precariously under the museum’s 21,000-pound, 94-foot-long giant blue whale suspended from the ceiling; they included Malcolm Gladwell, Carl Bernstein, Masha Gessen, Walter Mosley, Mona Simpson, Ron Chernow, Robert Caro, Gay Talese, and actors Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones.

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Stephen King Tells Colbert Why Trump Blocked Him on Twitter

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“The last time I was here, I had a president who had just given me a National Medal of the Arts,” Stephen King said when he sat down on The Late Show couch Wednesday night. “Now we’ve got a president who blocked me on Twitter.”

King, whose newest novel is called The Outsider, just happened to be visiting Stephen Colbert on the same day a federal judge ruled that it’s unconstitutional for the president of the United States to block users from seeing his tweets. “So my question is: do I really want to follow that guy?” the author asked. “I don’t think so.”

“What did you do to that good man that hurt his feelings so much that he felt the only way to defend himself from your harsh and hurtful words was to block you on Twitter?” Colbert asked.

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Stephen Colbert Calls Out Trump for ‘Taking Bribes’ From China

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This week, President Trump sent out a tweet that left many in the intelligence community—and beyond—scratching their heads:

The president’s desire to ease U.S. sanctions against ZTE seemed strange given not only his consistent anti-China rhetoric (and “Make America Great Again” motto), but also how, just last month, the Trump administration banned the Chinese telecom giant after “accusing it of violating a deal in which it agreed to pay $ 1.2 billion for evading U.S. sanctions on North Korea and Iran,” reported CNN.

If that weren’t enough, during a Senate Intelligence hearing in February, six top U.S. intelligence chiefs—including the heads of the CIA, FBI, and NSA—spoke out against ZTE, with FBI Director Christopher Wray testifying, “We’re deeply concerned about the risks of allowing any company or entity that is beholden to foreign governments that don’t share our values to gain positions of power inside our telecommunications networks.” He added, “That provides the capacity to exert pressure or control over our telecommunications infrastructure. It provides the capacity to maliciously modify or steal information. And it provides the capacity to conduct undetected espionage.”

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With Ray Bradbury’s novel about a society where books are outlawed coming alive in HBO’s new film “Fahrenheit 451,” attention has returned to one of the most difficult real-life books to come-by in the United States. Stephen King is one of America’s most prolific authors whose countless stories and books can be found in almost…
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Stephen Colbert Goes After the Stormy Daniels Hush Money: ‘I Had Sex With Donald Trump’

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Wednesday night on Sean Hannity’s Trump Pravda program, Rudy Giuliani—a man who knows a thing or two about scandalous affairs—put his foot directly into his mouth.

When asked about Trump attorney/fixer Michael Cohen’s $ 130,000 hush money payment in the final weeks of the presidential election to porn star Stormy Daniels, who’s alleged that she had an affair with Trump mere months after first lady Melania gave birth to their son Barron, Giuliani said, “… they funneled it through a law firm… and then the president repaid it.” (Don’t forget, both Cohen and Trump had repeatedly denied that the president knew about the payoff and had reimbursed Cohen, with Trump even denying it on tape to a group of press onboard Air Force one.)

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Martin Short Roasted Stephen Colbert and It Was Glorious

Martin Short and Stephen Colbert have only met a few times, but that didn’t stop Short from brutally roasting Colbert on his very own television show.

Short stopped by The Late Show on Wednesday night and while he was complimentary about the audience (“This is the most recent one I have seen!” he said) and the show itself (“If late shows were ranked as the Trump children, this would be Ivanka”), he was far less kind to Colbert himself.

“It’s like sitting across from Paul Ryan without the gym membership,” Short said about Colbert, after calling him a cross between “Ken and Rachel Maddow.” He wasn’t done, either: “You look like the world’s hippest insurance adjuster. You really do,” he added.

It wasn’t only the host who was subjected to Short’s barbs. He also turned his gimlet-eye on bandleader Jon Batiste, noting his predilection for sharply tailored suits. “If he ate a grape a button would pop off and blind an audience member,” Short teased. In short, Short was hilariously brutal and completely endearing.

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Steven Spielberg’s Adaptation of Stephen King’s ‘The Talisman’ Will Happen “In the Very Near Future”

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One of the best parts of Steven Spielberg's new movie, Ready Player One, is a sequence set inside of Stanley Kubrick's movie of The Shining. As acknowledged on screen, Stephen King is not a fan of that adaptation of his book. But hopefully King isn't upset with the tribute to Kubrick over himself there, because Spielberg is still interested in someday making a movie out of King and Peter Straub's fantasy novel The Talisman. 

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News Bites: James Wan to Produce Stephen King's 'The Tommyknockers'

The Tommyknockers: Filmmaker James Wan (The Conjuring 2, above) will help bring Stephen King's The Tommyknockers to the big screen. Like last fall's smash hit It, The Tommyknockers was first adapted for television; the sci-fi/horror story follows small town residents as they fall under the spell of a mysterious object. It producer Roy Lee will also work on the new project, along with Larry Sanitsky, who served as executive producer on the 1993 TV version. [THR]

 

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Stephen Colbert Delivers Last-Minute Gary Cohn Takedown: ‘Another Rat Flees’

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The news that President Trump’s chief economics adviser Gary Cohn was adding his name to the list of former White House officials broke late enough on Tuesday that Stephen Colbert didn’t have time to get it into his Late Show monologue. But that didn’t stop him from talking about it on his show.

As showrunner Chris Licht revealed on Twitter, the resignation announcement actually happened during the taping. So writers huddled during Colbert’s interview with Oprah Winfrey and delivered him a last-minute bit he could deliver from his desk midway through the show.

“Now, listen, folks, I told you earlier about Trump’s tariffs and they might already be creating problems,” Colbert said after Winfrey had left the stage. “During this taping we found out Gary Cohn is resigning as Trump’s top economic adviser. Damn! I had Jared in my Trump resignation fantasy league!”

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The news that President Trump’s chief economics adviser Gary Cohn was adding his name to the list of former White House officials broke late enough on Tuesday that Stephen Colbert didn’t have time to get it into his Late Show monologue. But that didn’t stop him from talking about it on his show.

As showrunner Chris Licht revealed on Twitter, the resignation announcement actually happened during the taping. So writers huddled during Colbert’s interview with Oprah Winfrey and delivered him a last-minute bit he could deliver from his desk midway through the show.

“Now, listen, folks, I told you earlier about Trump’s tariffs and they might already be creating problems,” Colbert said after Winfrey had left the stage. “During this taping we found out Gary Cohn is resigning as Trump’s top economic adviser. Damn! I had Jared in my Trump resignation fantasy league!”

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Stephen Curry, Laila Ali Join NBA and Kaiser Permanente Total Health Forum March 1 in Atlanta

NEW YORK — The National Basketball Association and Kaiser Permanente are teaming up to host the third annual Total Health Forum on Thursday, March 1 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. Kaiser Permanente Chairman and CEO Bernard J. Tyson, NBA Deputy Commissioner Mark Tatum, WNBA President Lisa Borders, Hall of Famer Dikembe Mutombo and Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms will come together to explore concepts of resilience and total health in our communities.

NBA All-Star Stephen Curry will join the forum’s host, ESPN “SportsCenter” anchor Hannah Storm, for a one-on-one conversation about the power of sports and his global community efforts.

This year’s forum will examine ways to improve the total health — body, mind and spirit — and well-being of underserved youth and families, reduce stigma around mental health, and showcase how sports can create stronger and more inclusive communities in the U.S. and across the globe.

“Through our partnership with the NBA, we are able to make a positive difference in a matter that is vitally important to us both — the total health and well-being of America’s communities,” said Tyson.

Kaiser Permanente Chief Community Health Officer Bechara Choucair, MD, will guide a thought-provoking panel discussion, and keynote speaker Laila Ali will share her experiences as a world-class athlete, fitness and nutrition expert and parent working toward total health. Additional participants will include Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director of Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity Ruth Petersen and CEO of MENTOR, David Shapiro.

The non-profit Kaiser Permanente, the nation’s largest integrated health system, has served as the NBA’s official health care partner since 2015 and is the presenting partner of NBA FIT Week, held in January. Together, the NBA and Kaiser Permanente have hosted FIT clinics engaging thousands of youth in cities throughout the U.S. Kaiser Permanente also provides the NBA with research-oriented strategic consulting, health-related content, and the development of year-round health and wellness programs.

For more information on NBA FIT and Kaiser Permanente, visit http://fit.nba.com/.

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The NBA is a global sports and media business built around four professional sports leagues: the National Basketball Association, the Women’s National Basketball Association, the NBA G League and the NBA 2K League, set to launch in May 2018. The NBA has established a major international presence with games and programming in 215 countries and territories in 50 languages, and merchandise for sale in more than 125,000 stores in 100 countries on six continents. NBA rosters at the start of the 2017-18 season featured 108 international players from a record 42 countries and territories. NBA Digital’s assets include NBA TV, NBA.com, the A App and NBA League Pass. The NBA has created one of the largest social media communities in the world, with 1.4 billion likes and followers globally across all league, team, and player platforms. Through NBA Cares, the league addresses important social issues by working with internationally recognized youth-serving organizations that support education, youth and family development, and health-related causes.

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Stephen Colbert couldn’t quite believe he got Omarosa Manigault-Newman to appear on his CBS show Wednesday night. But there she was, fresh off her surprisingly revealing stint on that same network’s Celebrity Big Brother.

“My next guest went from the White House to the Big Brother house, and managed to make it out of both of them alive,” Colbert said, giving his guest a warm welcome.

Despite her dire warnings about the fate of the republic, Omarosa appeared to be in good spirits when she walked onto the stage of the Ed Sullivan Theater. And if she saw any of the clips of Colbert brutally mocking her on The Late Show while she was trapped inside the Big Brother house, she didn’t let on.

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Seth Meyers Roasts Trump’s ‘Boner’ Stephen Miller

Seth Meyers made a point of not addressing Donald Trump—at least not by name—during his Golden Globes monologue on Sunday, preferring instead to focus on other (alleged) sexual predators. So when he returned to New York on Tuesday night after a long hiatus from Late Night, he was eager to catch up on everything he’d missed.

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CNN host Jake Tapper on Sunday abruptly cut short a contentious interview with a White House senior adviser after it went off the rails and the two continued to interrupt each other. Stephen Miller appeared on CNN’s “State of the Union” on Sunday to defend the Trump administration against claims in “Fire and Fury: Inside…
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On Tuesday night, the big news was President Donald Trump comparing (via Twitter) the size of his nuclear “button” to that of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un—even though the button on Trump’s desk does not order a nuclear strike, but by his own admission orders a valet to bring him a Diet Coke.

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Diddy and Stephen Curry Want to Buy the North Carolina Panthers

Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson, who is being investigated for alleged workplace misconduct, announced that he’ll sell the team after the 2018 season is completed. The new owner will be determined after what is sure to be a lucrative and lengthy bidding process, but hip-hop mogul Diddy has already said that he wants to purchase the team. And two-time NBA MVP Steph Curry, who is from North Carolina and is a huge Panthers fan, said he wants in on the deal.

Diddy noted on Twitter that there are no majority owners in the NFL who are African-American.

Curry responded to Diddy’s tweets with a succinct message of his own.

In a video he posted to Instagram shortly after the initial Tweet, Diddy said that one of his first orders of business would be to sign Colin Kapernick. Kaepernick remains a free agent despite throwing 16 touchdowns and four interceptions last season, and there’s belief that the reason he remains unsigned is because of his activism both on and off the field. Kaepernick is credited with starting the movement to protest racial injustice during the national anthem before NFL games.

Diddy, whose real name is Sean Combs, has amassed a fortune worth $ 820 millionthrough multiple business ventures on top of his music career. Diddy is the founder of Bad Boy Records, the Sean John clothing line and vodka manufacturer Ciroc.

Forbes valued the Panthers at $ 2.3 billion, meaning Combs, a native New Yorker, would likely have to partner with other investors to buy the team. Diddy and Curry are a duo that will certainly garner headlines, but it is unclear whether other NFL owners would sign off on having a current NBA player own part of a team.

Diddy wouldn’t be the first hip-hop star to invest in a sports franchise. Jay-Z famously owned a small portion of the Brooklyn Nets before he sould his share in order to avoid a conflict of interest with the sports agency he was founding, Roc Nation Sports.

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Stephen Colbert Goes Off on Trump Over Russia’s Election Interference

On Thursday, The Washington Post published a bombshell report revealing that “in the final days before Donald Trump was sworn in as president, members of his inner circle pleaded with him to acknowledge publicly what U.S. intelligence agencies had already concluded—that Russia’s interference in the 2016 election was real.”

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Mel B to Pay Stephen Belafonte Over $500,000 in Divorce Settlement

Stephen Belafonte will be making $ 500,000 over the next three years from Mel B in their divorce settlement.

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According to new docs filed in the case, Mel B is paying her ex-husband $ 15,000 per month … and that’s over the next 3 years. That works out to $ 180k per year, and a total of $ 540k. She’s also paying an additional $ 200k for Stephen’s attorneys’ fees. That payment is due Dec. 20.

Back in November, they reached an agreement where they share joint legal custody of their daughter, Madison.

Considering he allegedly abused her throughout the duration of their relationship, this seems incredibly unfair.

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Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry: What We Know About Ankle Injury

Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry suffered a gruesome ankle injury against the New Orleans Pelicans on Monday night. Tests have since revealed that Curry's ankle is "stable and structurally intact," but he will miss at least two weeks with a sprained right ankle.

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Stephen Colbert Believes Al Franken Is Finished

A chorus of 30-plus Democratic senators have called on Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) to resign after a seventh woman came forward to accuse the former comedian of sexual misconduct.

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Singer and arranger Ryan Edward Armstrong has collaborated with some of Broadway’s brightest talents to produce the upcoming album CROSSROADS. Stephen Schwartz, who has two of his tunes featured on the record, sat down for this exclusive video interview with Armstrong and YouTube personality Andy Lalwani.
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There’s No Way Stephen Colbert Was Going to Let Trump’s Water Break Slide

On Wednesday night’s episode of The Late Show, Stephen Colbert wanted to welcome President Donald Trump back from Asia with a drink, but couldn’t quite manage the feat.

Colbert’s gag was yet another person poking fun at the president for his water-drinking method, which he put on display when he, as The Late Show captioned their video, “took a break mid-speech Wednesday to wet his dog whistle.”

Colbert aired a clip of the president’s press conference, which Trump paused in order to take a two-handed drink from a bottle of water. “That is hard to watch,” Colbert said, adding, “After watching that, I need a drink.” Colbert then imitated the president’s sip of water. While the audience laughed, Colbert noted that “everybody gets dry mouth”, so it wasn’t fair to tease a politician for staying hydrated. “I can’t stand here and make fun of a politician for drinking water,” said Colbert. “And Trump already did it way better with Rubio.” Colbert then aired a clip of Trump mocking Florida Sen. Marco Rubio for drinking water during his State of the Union response in 2013.

Rubio got his revenge on Trump, though, rating the president’s water-drinking technique, as a means of karmic retribution.


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Back in August, Jamie Foxx had sports fans cracking up when he impersonated one of the biggest sports journalists in the game Stephen A. Smith. Coming out as Stephen’s twin brother, Cleveland A. Smith, Jamie hilariously delivered Stephen’s passionate way of talking.

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Donald Trump rescinded the Golden State Warriors' invitation to the White House after Stephen Curry said he didn't want to take part in the traditional post-championship Oval Office visit.

"Going to the White House is considered a great honor for a championship team," Trump tweeted Saturday

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‘1922’ Review: Dull, Downbeat Stephen King Adaptation That Disappoints

What is 1922?

In this adaptation of the Stephen King story, from the Full Dark, No Stars collection, Thomas Jane plays Wilfred James, a farmer frustrated by his wife Arlette’s ambition and plans to move to the city. So Wilfred murders Arlette in cold blood and buries her on the land. But fear and guilt start to eat away at him, slowly driving Wilfred mad.

A Dark Tale

In 1922, Thomas Jane’s Wilfred informs us via voiceover, “A man’s pride was a man’s land. And so was his son.” Which is fitting, as it’s pride, and his son, and the land on which they live that are ultimately Wilfred’s undoing.

It’s a dark story. And one that’s been told many times before, in the Bible, in myths and fables, and in a thousand TV movies. But this is an adaptation of Stephen King’s take on uxoricide, meaning it’s a particularly nasty version.

Wilfred may have once loved his wife Arlette, but that love has now turned into hate, precipitated by her inheriting 100 acres of land, and desiring to leave it behind in favour of a life in the city.

This goes against everything Wilfred believes. He’s a farmer, from farming stock, his own 80 acres being passed down to him by his father, with plans to one day pass them onto his son. He also believes “cities are for fools.”

The pair are therefore at a pretty serious crossroads. Arlette suggests divorce, offering to sell the land and split the proceeds. But she also wants to keep their boy Henry. Which is simply unacceptable to Wilfred, pride preventing him from even entertaining the notion.

And so Wilfred decides to murder Arlette, roping in young Henry, killing her in the bed they share, and throwing the body down the well on their land. But the rats eating the remains of her carcass are far from the last we’ve seen of Arlette.


Thomas Jane as Wilfred James in 1922.

Guilt and Paranoia

In spite of the fact that this is Stephen King material, 1922 isn’t a supernatural story of a victim returning from the dead to wreak revenge on the living. Here, the horror is the guilt and paranoia that slowly drives Wilfred mad. But that story just isn’t interesting enough. Everything you expect Wilfred to say and do, he does, making 1922 far too predictable.

It’s also relentlessly grim. Which is fine as the story is hardly the stuff of joy and laughter. But a brief montage — focusing on Henry’s journey post-murder — is terrific, injecting life into proceedings, and putting the rest of the film to shame. It also tells a tale that’s more interesting than the one we’re forced to return to.

Thomas Jane is near unrecognisable in the lead role, his Wilfred a million miles away from the likeable everymen he played in past Stephen King adaptations Dreamcatcher and The Mist. Here, he’s less a man, and more a clenched fist, his perma-squint and gritted teeth hinting at the rage bubbling beneath his surface. And it’s an effective performance.

But unlike the book, we never truly get inside his head over the course of proceedings. We hear his inner monologue via that aforementioned voiceover, with Wilfred narrating events from a hotel room. But we never get a sense of what truly makes him tick, making for a psychological study that fails to capture the essence of its subject.

1922 looks nice, capturing the beauty of the Nebraskan countryside in the summer, and the harsh cruelty of its winters when the proverbial hits the fan. And it sounds good, queasy strings perfectly complementing the unpleasant images onscreen. But sharp pictures and sounds just aren’t enough in a film that falls frustratingly flat.

Is 1922 Good?

1922 is based on a Stephen King novella that’s just over 100 pages long. And that’s one of the film’s major problems, the slight story stretched over 100-minutes when it might have been better served as a short.

The film is well crafted, with writer-director Zak Hilditch maintaining a downbeat tone that’s in-keeping with the themes being explored. And it’s well acted, with Thomas Jane solid in the lead, and Neal McDonough lending quality support in a small but important role.

But ultimately, 1922 is a thriller that lacks tension, and a horror film that lacks scares. Making for a frustrating viewing experience that’s uninspired, predictable, and just a little bit dull.

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Watch Gruesome Trailer for New Stephen King Adaptation ‘1922’

A marital dispute leads to grisly murder in the new trailer for 1922, a Netflix film based on a Stephen King novella. The film comes out on Netflix October 20th, just in time for Halloween.

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Stephen Colbert Melts Down in Solidarity with Lawrence O’Donnell

As a fellow broadcaster, Stephen Colbert said he “sincerely feels” for Lawrence O’Donnell.

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The It factor: exploring Stephen King’s Maine

With the film of Stephen King’s It breaking box-office records, we tour the brooding locations in and around his home town that inspired the ‘king of fright’

It would be wrong to say the recent film release of Stephen King’s It has brought about a resurgence of interest in the writer. Because for the past 40 years the interest has rarely gone away. Sure, he shuns the literary spotlight but culturally, socially and politically, he has been ever present. Not least now, as he calls out Donald Trump on Twitter almost daily.

Who could have predicted that a horror film with no stars in it, based on a 1986 doorstop of book that had already been filmed for a television miniseries in 1990, would prove to be the surprise hit of 2017 and have the highest-grossing and biggest opening ever for a horror movie?

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Review: Slick and Entertaining, It Can’t Match the Horror of Stephen King’s Classic

The best or at least the most memorable movie adaptations of Stephen King novels—like Carrie or The Shining—create a vivid universe unto themselves while channeling King’s fearlessness in exploring the dark side of human nature. King’s novels, with their seemingly infinite layers of detail and meandering, entertaining asides, are difficult to adapt. But whatever you do, locking into King’s tone is essential. For all his willingness to stare down the darkest horrors and put them on the page, he’s also blazingly sympathetic to human insecurities and flaws. He doesn’t just show us a bunch of scary stuff. He challenges us to confront why we find that stuff scary in the first place.

Director Andy Muschietti’s It, adapted from King’s disquieting 1986 epic of the same name, doesn’t cut very deep and isn’t very scary. At its best, it’s a sometimes-entertaining evocation of the way kids think and talk within their little cliques, and of the way they protect one another with fierce loyalty. Rob Reiner’s 1986 Stand By Me is the obvious comparison point. It’s the end of the 1988 school year in the small Maine town of Derry, and a bunch of the nerdier, less-popular kids are looking forward to a summer of being picked on by the town bullies. There’s asthmatic mother’s boy Eddie Kaspbrak (Jack Dylan Grazer), gangly Jewish kid Stanley Uris (Wyatt Olef), whose religion puts him in the minority in small-town Maine, and wiseguy comedian Richie Tozier (Finn Wolfhard). Bill Denbrough (Jaeden Lieberher) is one of the quieter, more thoughtful members of the gang; he has a stutter he can’t control, and he’s still reeling from a recent family tragedy. His six-year-old brother, Georgie (Jackson Robert Scott), disappeared earlier in the year—the event is dramatized with chilling precision in the movie’s opening sequence.

The boys’ chief nemesis is teenage bad apple Henry Bowers (Nicholas Hamilton), and he’s not your average harmless misguided delinquent. At one point he attempts to carve his name into the stomach of another local kid, Ben Hanscom (Jeremy Ray Taylor). Ben is saved by Bill and the others, and two more kids end up joining the group: Mike (Chosen Jacobs) lives on a nearby sheep farm, where his chores include some of the more challenging work farmers need to do. He is also black, and so, like Stan, he’s another small-town Maine rarity. Beverly (Sophia Lillis), the only girl in the group, is slightly older, and she’s living a secret nightmare life at home. At school, she’s been branded “fast,” though there’s no truth to that accusation. She’s just a smart, considerate girl who tends to keep to herself.

Muschietti, who directed the effective 2013 horror thriller Mama, starring Jessica Chastain, does a fine job of sketching each of these kids as individuals, a challenge that even more experienced directors sometimes fail to meet. The problem is that the plot escalates in its ridiculousness, and Muschietti can’t control it. The kids learn that their town is in the grip of an evil force—the It of the title—who emerges every 27 years to feast on the locals, particularly the children. This It generally takes the form of Pennywise (played by Bill Skarsgård), an old-school circus clown with menacing eyes who lives in the town’s sewers and whose presence is sometimes announced by an ominous, free-floating red balloon.

Once the kids realize what It is up to, they want to stop It once and for all. Pennywise is one scary clown, a creature with red greasepaint stripes that trail from his eyes to his leering lips like bloody tears. The first time you see him—in the movie’s genuinely unnerving but also poetic opening, which hews closely to King’s beautifully written first chapter—he’s so scary you wonder if you might be in for a masterpiece. But by the tenth or twelfth—or perhaps twentieth?—time he shows up, the novelty has worn off. Muschietti relies too much on your garden-variety jump scares and now-standard special effects, things like ghoulish limbs twisting every which-way and innocent figures shape-shifting into malevolent ones. As always, the horrors you get a close look at are much less terrifying than those that remain unseen.

And that’s the chief problem with adapting any Stephen King novel: Nothing ever looks as scary on-screen as it does in our minds, when we’re sitting alone with a book. With It, seeing isn’t the same as believing.


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Stephen Colbert Flashes Nazi Salute During Rant About Steve Bannon and Trump

Stephen Colbert was as quick to poke fun at President Trump and his administration as ever on The Late Show Thursday night. This week, Steve Bannon, the president’s recently-ousted chief strategist, bore the brunt of the digs contained in Colbert’s opening monologue.

Bannon’s first formal television interview, with Charlie Rose on CBS, will be broadcast this Sunday – and Colbert had a few things to say about it. “This Sunday, Bannon’s making his first post-White House TV appearance right here on CBS,” he said. “Surprisingly, it is not as a corpse on NCIS. How long was this guy floating in the harbor?’”

Colbert then discussed Bannon’s defense of Trump when the President delayed calling out violent white supremacists following the protests in Charlottesville. He played a clip of Bannon talking about the issue with Rose, in which the former chief strategist says he was “the only guy that came out and tried to defend [Trump].” “I was the only guy that said, ‘He’s talking about something, taking it up to a higher level,” he adds in the clip.

The camera then panned back to Colbert, who smirked: “Yeah he’s definitely taking it up to a higher level.” The comedian then lifted his right up into the air – demonstrating a Nazi salute.

“And over here [and] somewhere up there,” he added, upping the ante by making two more Nazi salutes as both groans and laughter could be heard among the audience. Trump has responded to Colbert’s previous jabs by calling him a “no-talent guy.” But the edgy bits are working for Colbert, who has seen a ratings bump since Trump’s inauguration.

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Stephen A. Smith on Kaepernick: ‘Stay the Hell Away From Me’

Colin Kaepernick has remained a news fixture for well over a year now and was even brought up during a riveting panel at Black Enterprise’s inaugural Black Men XCEL Summit.

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The panel, “Black Men in Sports: The Good, the Bad, and the Reality,” featured iconic figures in the sports industry including ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith and retired NBA player Rod Strickland. The panel moderator was Keith Clinkscales, founder and CEO of The Shadow League.

During the session, Clinkscales remarked that the discussion that’s “going on all over the place” is what is happening with Kaepernick.

Strickland weighed in. “My whole outlook on it when I look at it—it’s just kind of strange because we had somebody who made a stance and he made a stance because he felt there was racial profiling, blacks were being beat up by cops and there was injustice…,” he said.

Smith, known for his fiery and often controversial commentary was much more impassioned with his opinion on Kaepernick.

“My only issue with Colin Kaepernick is when he announced to the world that he’s not one to vote. If you are black and you don’t believe that it’s important to vote, just do me a favor and stay the hell away from me….don’t talk to me, don’t look at me, I’m not interested in hearing that level of ignorance,” Smith said.

“Because it is ignorant. Because outside of money, the No. 1 instrument of change in our nation is the power to vote. And if you don’t exercise it, you’ve disrespected yourself, you’ve disrespected our ancestors, and you’ve disrespected our history and I have no respect for you.”

Kaepernick became a center news item again just this week after the arrest of Seattle Seahawk Michael Bennett. Bennett shared on social media that he was roughed up and thrown to the ground by Las Vegas police officers after an incident in a casino and was also threatened with a gun.

Bennett has shown solidarity with Kaepernick in his protest against police brutality and racism. In June, Bennett spoke out about Kaepernick remaining undrafted by any NFL team.

“Of course I think Kaepernick’s being blackballed,” he told Power 105.1 FM’s The Breakfast Club, reports CBS Sports.

Watch the entire video of Stephen A. Smith’s remarks on Kaepernick’s at the Black Men XCEL Summit:

 

 

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‘It’ Review: Stephen King’s Psycho-Clown Epic ‘Is the Stuff of Nightmares’

Expect all the bleak summer chatter about the dying box office to fade with the opening of It, a crowdpleasing frightfest bound for box-office paydirt. For weeks now, the trailers for the film version of Stephen King's terror classic have been cranking us up to lose our shit. That evil clown Pennywise, a spectacularly scary Bill Skarsgard (Alexander's brother), is the stuff of

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‘Star Wars’ Buzz: Oscar Darling Stephen Daldry Tapped to Direct Solo Obi-Wan Movie

'Star Wars' Buzz: Oscar Darling Stephen Daldry Tapped to Direct Solo Obi-Wan Movie

Only one director of a Star Wars movie has been an Oscar nominee. That was George Lucas, who earned his first two Academy Award nominations for writing and directing American Grafitti (he received two more for writing and directing the first Star Wars). Now comes another possibility: according to The Hollywood Reporter, Stephen Daldry is in early talks to helm a solo spin-off prequel focused on Obi-Wan Kenobi. 

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Anthony Scaramucci Will Be a Guest on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert

Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci will appear as a guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert next week.

The controversial financier and political figure will chat with Colbert on Monday, Aug. 14, the host announced on Twitter Wednesday. “This is just a heads up for our censors to get ready!” he said in the tweet.

Scaramucci stepped down from the communications director role just ten days after the announcement of his appointment by President Donald Trump. The move was likely prompted by a profane interview given to the New Yorker in which Scaramucci made obscene, expletive-laden statements about members several members of the Trump Administration.

Trump fired Scaramucci after newly-appointed Chief of Staff John Kelly made the recommendation. His tenure lasted less than two weeks.


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‘Avatar’ Villain Stephen Lang Returning for All Four Sequels, Says James Cameron

'Avatar' Villain Stephen Lang Returning for All Four Sequels, Says James Cameron

James Cameron's Avatar was greatly enlivened by the presence of Stephen Lang (above). Millions of people saw the sci-fi adventure during its theatrical release and/or later on home video, but if you need a reminder, Lang portrayed Colonel Miles Quaritch, the leader of the military force on the planet Pandora.

Initially, Colonel Quaritch appears to be tough but fair. Eventually, though, he becomes quite a villainous character, never hesitating to kill anyone he views as a threat to his…

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‘It’ Director Wants to Make Own Version of Stephen King’s ‘Pet Sematary’

'It' Director Wants to Make Own Version of Stephen King's 'Pet Sematary'

Quite rightly, directors are wary about being pigeonholed. This is especially true for those who first become known for making horror movies. It's far too easy to become trapped in the genre, so that filmmakers who want to make a variety of movies often find it difficult to make, for example, a romantic comedy or a family drama.

Director Andrés Muschietti and his producing partner, Barbara Muschietti, have no such fears, however. They collaborated on well-regarded horror thriller…

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See Pauly Shore Mock Stephen Miller’s Statue of Liberty Presser

Pauly Shore plays Trump policy aide Stephen Miller in a Funny or Die sketch that mocks Miller's White House briefing room showdown with a reporter over the Statue of Liberty and the poem "The New Colossus."

In the sketch, which utilizes footage

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‘The Dark Tower’ Review: Blockbuster Take on Stephen King’s Epic Is Major Misfire

So much is so wrong about The Dark Tower, the stunted film version of Stephen King's marvelously dense and dazzling series of eight novels, that it's hard to know where to kick off a critical reckoning. The crux of the problem is that the bestselling author's magnum opus deserves an open-ended miniseries treatment, akin to what HBO has done with Game of Thrones or Peter

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Top 30 Stephen King Movies, Ranked

Back in 1973, when Stephen King sold his first book Carrie to a publisher (the manuscript of which he'd originally thrown away, and was rescued by his wife Tabitha), the up-and-coming, already published author might have thought: I may actually be able to make it as a professional writer. He probably didn't think: I will also eventually end up one of the big bestselling

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New ‘The Dark Tower’ Trailer Hints at Stephen King Cinematic Universe

New 'The Dark Tower' Trailer Hints at Stephen King Cinematic Universe

Few authors are as prolific as Stephen King, especially when it comes to classic movies based on his novels. Some of his most beloved works are the books in the Dark Tower series and fans have been waiting for its adaptation for a long time. Finally, a movie is arriving in theaters next week. But The Dark Tower is not an adaptation so much as a continuation of the books. It's also the start of a franchise that will continue on televison but also retroactively connects to…

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Chrissy Teigen, Stephen King and More Famous Critics President Trump Has Blocked on Twitter

President Donald Trump‘s use of Twitter has long been a controversial component of his presidency, for several reasons. One of them is his frequent hitting of the “block” button, which the president has unleashed on a number of notable actors, authors and activists who have used Twitter as a platform to criticize him and his administration.

On Tuesday, model Chrissy Teigen, voted one of TIME’s 2017 “25 Most Influential People on the Internet,” was the latest to be blocked by the president.

Here’s a running list of people who have received the “@arealDonaldTrump blocked you” message on Twitter.

1. Chrissy Teigen

The latest addition to the “blocked by Trump” club, Teigen is an outspoken critic of the president, and has been, in her own words, for “nine years” — long before he ever ran for the White House. What was the insult though, that pushed Trump to hit the block button? According to Teigen, it was her most recent attack, on Sunday:

Teigen shared a screenshot of the notification that Trump had blocked her, writing: “After 9 years of hating Donald J Trump, telling him ‘lol no one likes you’ was the straw.”

2. Stephen King

He’s an expert on twists and turns, but not even King could have predicted that the president would block him on Twitter. Before the block, in mid-June, King had frequently tweeted criticisms of Trump, but rarely tagged the president’s twitter accounts (@realDonaldTrump or @POTUS). However, there were some pretty tough-worded tweets, so it’s possible they ended up on Trump’s radar.

3. Marina Sirtis

The actress and Star Trek: The Next Generation star can pinpoint her blockage to a single tweet. The whole thing happened pretty quickly. First, she tweeted this on May 8:

Six minutes later, she tweeted that she had been blocked. Sometimes, these things happen fast.

4. Bess Kalb

A writer for Jimmy Kimmel Live! and The New Yorker, Kelb found herself blocked by the president after a posting a number of tweets about him, as well as regular responses to many of his tweets. She said she was blocked because she “hurt his feelings.” There’s no telling which of Kelb’s tweets was the final straw for Trump, but here are a number of guesses:

5. Andy Signore

Signore is the mastermind behind the YouTube channel Honest Trailers. What’s surprising is that Signore wasn’t a habitual tweet-at-Trump-er. Instead, he wrote one critical tweet, about Trump misconstruing a quote by London Mayor Sadiq Khan on the terror attack at London Bridge.

By the next night, he was blocked.

6. Angelo Carusone

Trump’s blocking of Carusone, the president of the progressive watchdog group Media Matters for America, left him at a loss.

Carusone said he hadn’t tweeted at Trump in four months by the time the president blocked him on June 15.

“Sigh. The last time I @ mentioned him on Twitter was back in February. So what gives? Does he really not have better things to do right now?” Carusone wrote.

7. Holly Figueroa O’Reilly

Songwriter O’Reilly, who was also one of the organizers of the #MarchForTruth calling for an independent probe into the Trump administration’s possible ties to the Russian government, found herself blocked by Trump at the end of May. She’s tweeted a number of insults at Trump, including the following:

O’Reilly, however, isn’t taking Trump’s blockage lightly. She, along with six other blocked-by-Trump Twitter users, as well as the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University, have sued Trump, saying that the blocking is “unconstitutional” and seeking to remove it, according to court documents.


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Russell Simmons, Stephen G. Hill, and Bozoma Saint John Talk About the Importance of Saving Kids Through Art [Video]

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Celebrities, business luminaries, and artists gathered on July 15 at the Art For Life benefit, one of the hottest Hamptons parties of the summer. But besides enjoying the luxury of fine dining, live entertainment, an array of art on display, attendees raised over $ 1.1 million for an art education initiative founded by brothers Russell, Danny, and Joseph “Rev Run” Simmons.

 

Russell Simmons Art For Life Honoree Chuck D. and Russell Simmons (Photo Credit: Jason Kempin/Getty Images Courtesy of Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation)

 

 

Their organization, Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation (RPAF), was launched in 1995 to provide children of color with access and exposure to the arts while helping to develop and support underrepresented artists, curators, and audiences. To fund the org, proceeds from Art For Life benefit RPAF’s arts education and gallery programs, which have directly served tens of thousands of at-risk youth for the last two decades. This year, the benefit, “Midnight at the Oasis,” was held at Fairview Farms in Bridgehampton, New York, and sponsored by Merrill Lynch, UBER, and Coty Inc. Renowned journalist Soledad O’Brien returned to host the gala, which welcomed stars like Star Jones, Super Bowl champion Darrelle Revis, artist Elle Varner, and legendary music executive Kevin Liles.

While on the red carpet, Black Enterprise spoke to the 2017 Art For Life honorees, including former President, Consumer Beauty Division for Coty Inc. Esi Eggleston Bracey; legendary hip-hop artist Chuck D; Chief Brand Officer for Uber Bozoma Saint John; former President of Programming for BET Stephen G. Hill; and 2017 featured artist, Sanford Biggers.

“It’s a dream come true. I’ve been coming to this event for a long time and now to be honored amongst such great artists, I’m so excited about that,” Saint John told BE, before mentioning her recent move from Apple to Uber.

 

 

Hill, who announced a surprising departure from BET in March, spoke about how the power of art unites cultures and stimulates innovation.

 

 

With the growing demand for STEM jobs, O’Brien lamented that funding for art programs “are often one of the very first things that get cut” from schools. She added her thoughts on the huge impact RPAF has made in the lives of disenfranchised children through scholarships and its signature programs in New York City schools.

 

 

BE also spoke to Tony, Grammy, and Emmy Award-winning artist Cynthia Erivo, who delivered a stellar performance at the benefit.

“Art is a wonderful way of teaching,” she said. “Whenever a child is able to access art, it opens up another side of them, and I think that’s important to share. The more ways that we can get kids to learn, the better.”

 

 

During the dinner, Russell Simmons took the stage and joked about the all-vegan menu created by Great Performances Chef De Cuisine Mark Russell, urging guests to keep an open mind. He also stressed how vital art is to student achievement and our overall well-being.

“When kids struggle, there’s nothing greater than exercising creative muscles,” said Simmons. “The creative process is how we move from step to step in life. Beyond the political landscape that we find ourselves in, the political landscape before that or even before that, we’re here to do the work for our kids. You guys have helped us do that for 22 years.”

Later, the media mogul hosted a live auction that raised an impressive $ 150,000 in less than 10 minutes. However, Chuck D stole the night with a surprising performance of the 1989 classic hip-hop hit “Fight The Power.”

 

 

 

Following the dinner and performances, Danny Simmons talked to BE about the immense impact that Art For Life has had on inner-city kids.

“We have been able to reach thousands of children through the New York City School System, we put kids in college, [and] we have kids who been through college that come back and teach other kids,” he said, adding that they plan to expand the programs outside of New York and Philadelphia. “We want to make this national because we know it works.”

Jaleel Wilson, a 19-year-old freshman at LaGuardia Community College in New York, is just one of the students who benefited from RPAF. He told BE that the Art For Life scholarship he received last year has helped him financially and pushed him closer to his aspiration to launch his own art organization.

“It’s helped me with college so that I don’t have to come out of my pocket and spend money for college. So I appreciate them very, very much for that.”

Likewise, Ardelia Lovelace, a 19-year-old student at the Fashion Institute of Technology, said being awarded a full scholarship through the Rush Arts has relieved her of an immense financial burden. No longer am I “worrying about how am I going to pay for college,” instead, the scholarship “allowed me to put that money and focus onto other things instead of stressing about if I’m in debt and how much I owe.”

She added, “Art is such an amazing part of life and I feel like a lot of people aren’t able to experience that.”

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“You topped yourself, sir.”

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Stephen Colbert Explains Donald Trump’s Most Frustrating Contradiction

Much of America watched former FBI Director James Comey testify in front of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on Thursday. Nielsen Media reported around 19.5 million watched on television, but millions more streamed the testimony online since it took place during the typical work day.

President Donald Trump was among those watching ― and he soon publicly addressed the various accusations Comey leveled against him.

“Comey was pretty rough on the president,” Stephen Colbert said “The Late Show” Friday night. “But right after the testimony, Trump sent his longtime personal lawyer and devil who has a thing he wants you to sign, Marc Kasowitz to respond.”

The host played a clip of the lawyer claiming that Comey’s testimony vindicated Trump, because in Kasowitz’s words, the former FBI director confirmed publicly what he had told Trump privately. This referred to Trump’s insistence that Comey had told him that he was not under investigation by the FBI.

As a quick refresher into this confusing mess: It is true that when Trump asked Comey whether he was personally under investigation, he was not. But Trump associates were under investigation and Comey’s testimony on Thursday indicated that Trump may be facing an investigation into whether the president obstructed justice.

This is where Kasowitz began an extremely frustrating contradiction, as Colbert explained.

But even though, everything Comey said proved Trump wasn’t guilty, he was also a liar?
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“But even though, everything Comey said proved Trump wasn’t guilty, he was also a liar?” Colbert said.

He then played another part of the Kasowitz clip where the lawyer detailed the various ways Comey had allegedly lied during the testimony. 

This bizarre argument tracked with what the president later tweeted.

During his testimony, Comey also called Trump a liar on multiple occasions.

It’s a classic he said, he said (American politics still being dominated by men, of course).

Now you’ve got to choose whether to believe the “Twin Peaks” character Agent Dale Cooper incarnate in Comey or… well… the apparent “liar in chief.”

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Stephen Colbert Is Beyond Happy That Donald Trump Is Out Of The Country

Late Show” host Stephen Colbert couldn’t contain his glee at the fact that President Donald Trump is abroad on Friday.

With Trump away on a nine-day jaunt to the Middle East and Western Europe, Colbert said it meant “we have the whole country to ourselves for the weekend.”

And that meant one thing — a “party at the White House.”

“You know (Mike) Pence is throwing a rager this weekend,” Colbert joked.

The host went on to dissect just some of the challenges Trump may face on his trip, during which he is scheduled to visit Saudi Arabia, Israel and the Vatican, and attend a G7 meeting in Sicily and a NATO summit in Belgium.

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Stephen Fry Reportedly Faces Blasphemy Probe After Calling God A ‘Maniac’

English comedian Stephen Fry is reportedly under investigation for blasphemy after calling God “utterly evil” and a “maniac” during an interview with an Irish TV show two years ago.

An unidentified member of the public told the Irish Independent they had reported the outspoken atheist’s comments to authorities in western Ireland because they were doing their “civic duty by reporting a crime,” not because they were personally offended.

Individuals who publish or speak blasphemy can face a fine of up to €25,000 under the Republic of Ireland’s Defamation Act 2009, according to the BBC.

Fry, who currently stars in CBS’s “The Great Indoors,” criticized God on TV channel RTE in 2015 after being asked what he’d say to “him, her or it” if given the chance.

“I’ll say: Bone cancer in children, what’s that about? How dare you create a world where there is such misery that’s not our fault? It’s utterly, utterly evil,” he told Gay Byrne, host of program “The Meaning of Life.” “Why should I respect a capricious, mean-minded, stupid god who creates a world which is so full of injustice and pain?”

“The god who created this universe, if he created this universe, is quite clearly a maniac, an utter maniac, totally selfish,” Fry added. “We have to spend our lives on our knees thanking him. What kind of god would do that?”

“Yes, the world is very splendid, but it also has in it insects whose whole life cycle is to burrow into the eyes of children and make them blind,” he said. 

The individual claiming responsibility for reporting Fry’s comments told the Independent that they traveled to the Ennis Garda station to file the report shortly after the interview aired. They’ve repeatedly followed up with police ever since.

“I told the Garda I wanted to report Fry for uttering blasphemy and RTE for publishing/broadcasting it and that I believed these were criminal offenses under the Defamation Act 2009,” the person told the news site. “I simply believed that the comments made by Fry on RTE were criminal blasphemy and that I was doing my civic duty by reporting a crime.”

Local authorities told the Independent that they are investigating the complaint but that charges are unlikely.

Other atheists have since rallied behind Fry. 

Atheist Ireland, which has called the defamation law “silly, silencing, and dangerous,” responded to news of the investigation by publishing 25 other blasphemous quotes that they released after the Irish law first went into effect.

The British Humanist Association also released a statement on Saturday defending Fry’s words and also calling for the dissolution of Ireland’s blasphemy law.

“It is ridiculous that Stephen Fry is being investigated for a possible breach of Ireland’s blasphemy laws,” BHA Chief Executive Andrew Copson said. “Not only are such laws detrimental to free speech here in Europe, but they also enable countries like Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and Iran to justify their own laws, which in the case of 13 states come with a death sentence.”

A spokesperson for Fry, reached by the Telegraph, declined comment, stating: “[There is] nothing for us to say while this is under investigation.”

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Stephen Colbert To Face FCC Investigation Over ‘Homophobic’ Donald Trump Joke

Stephen Colbert pissed off lots of people this week with a controversial rant against President Donald Trump on “The Late Show” and now he might have to pay for it ― literally.

Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai revealed that the agency would investigate the comedian’s reference to Trump on Monday’s show as Russian President Vladamir Putin’s “cock holster.” Many called the comment “homophobic.”

“I have had a chance to see the clip now and so, as we get complaints, and we’ve gotten a number of them, we are going to take the facts that we find and we are going to apply the law as it’s been set out by the Supreme Court and other courts and we’ll take the appropriate action,” Pai said on The Rich Zeoli Show on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT on Friday.

Pai added the FCC would follow the standard operating procedures and “make sure we evaluate what the facts are and apply the law fairly and fully.”

Colbert’s fiery two-minute routine, titled “Stephen says everything journalists wish they could,” included jokes about Trump’s tiny hands and missing tax returns. But it was the “cock holster” line that drew the most ire and subsequently inspired a #FireColbert hashtag on Twitter.

The late night show host responded to the controversy on Wednesday night, telling viewers he didn’t regret what he said because he believes the president “can take care of himself.” But Colbert did note if he were to do it again, he would “change a few words that were cruder than they needed to be.”

Addressing the claims of homophobia, he added, “I just want to say for the record, life is short, and anyone who expresses their love for another person, in their own way, is to me, an American hero.”

Variety reported that Pai’s response to Colbert’s monologue is “surprising” as “’The Late Show’ airs outside the FCC’s long-established ‘safe harbor’ time frame of 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. in which the commission has the authority to police allegations of indecent and obscene material on the airwaves.”

Pai told The Rich Zeoli Show that if the commission finds Colbert violated FCC regulations he would most likely face a fine. 

Still, Colbert probably isn’t sweating the investigation too much. “The Late Show” drew its best ratings on Thursday night since its premiere week in 2015.

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Jennifer Hudson Teaches Stephen Colbert A Thing Or Two About Gospel Music

When the spirit moves Jennifer Hudson, she doesn’t need much prompting to burst out in song.

The singer and actress spontaneously showed off her incredible vocal range while appearing as a guest on Stephen Colbert’s “The Late Show” on Monday.  

Hudson, who is promoting her new Netflix movie “Sandy Wexler,” told Colbert that she grew up singing gospel music at church. Her first solo happened on an Easter Sunday, when she was just seven years old. 

But while singing the old hymn, “Must Jesus Bear The Cross Alone,” she said she forgot the words and the congregation had to help her out. 

Colbert asked Hudson if she had a favorite hymn today. This time, the Grammy Award-winning artist showed no signs of stage fright, diving into an impromptu rendition of the spiritual, “Talk About A Child Who Do Love Jesus.”

Colbert seemed to be a fan, saying, “If I wasn’t a Christian when that song started, I would be when that song was over.”  

Watch Jennifer Hudson’s performance in the video above.

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Inside Mel B’s Restraining Order Against Ex Stephen Belafonte: The Biggest Bombshells

Melanie “Mel B” Brown has accused her estranged husband Stephen Belafonte of years of physical and emotional abuse in startling new court documents obtained by PEOPLE.

The singer filed for a temporary restraining order against her husband of 10 years on Monday, outlining how Belafonte allegedly manipulated and threatened her into staying with him. Belafonte, 41, has been ordered by authorities to leave the family’s Los Angeles home and to stay away from Brown, 41, and her three children, Phoenix, 18, Angel, 10, and 5-year-old Madison.

TMZ first reported news of the restraining order. Belafonte has denied the claims to TMZ and said he is “shocked” by the allegations.

Neither Belafonte nor Brown responded to a request for comment from PEOPLE.

In the documents, Brown alleges that she is “in fear” for her life, and that Belafonte’s alleged abuse ramped up whenever she saw career success. “When something good would happen for me, he would beat me down to let me know that he was in charge,” she claims. Below, more of the shocking allegations from Brown’s filing.

Belafonte allegedly impregnated the former couple’s nanny.

Brown alleges that after Belafonte hired a German exchange student to be their nanny in 2010, he quickly began to pit the two women against each other. She claims that Belafonte would degrade her in front of the nanny, comparing their looks.

Eventually, Brown claims, the relationship between Belafonte and the nanny became sexual and he began “paying her inordinate amounts of money.”

“Over the course of some three years, I recently learned that  paid Lorraine in excess of $ 300,000.00 for alleged nanny services,” she claims.

Then in the spring of 2014, Brown alleges that the nanny and Belafonte announced their pregnancy, and stated that they wanted “all three of us to live together.” Brown says that Belafonte later demanded that the nanny have an abortion, and used Brown’s money to pay for it. “I was shocked and in disbelief,” Brown states in the declaration. “ used money earned by me to pay for Lorraine’s abortion, and he used money earned by me to pay for Lorraine’s hotel stay while she recuperated from the procedure.”

Belafonte allegedly forced Brown to participate in threesomes.

The star claims that Belafonte “demanded that I participate in sexual intercourse with him and random women that he brought back to our hotel rooms.”

Brown says that if she objected to participating, Belafonte would threaten to release compromising videos of her – including those taped of such encounters — without her permission.

“If I discovered these recordings, I would beg him to delete them,” she claims. “These tapes represent yet another hallmark in scheme to manipulate and control in that these tapes and others became the subject of his threats in the event I should ever leave the relationship.”

In the documents, Brown declares, “I have lived the past decade in fear that would release intimate videos of me that would embarrasses me and damage my reputation and my career . Once made the threat of releasing videos, it became impossible to say no to him, giving him complete control.”

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Belafonte allegedly punched Brown for “flirting” with Usher.

In July 2012, Brown says she was taping The X Factor in Sydney, Australia, but was sent to New York to film a “Home Visit” segment with singer Usher.

She claims that Belafonte “flew into a rage” about the segment, and charged she had been “flirting with Usher all day.” Brown alleges that Belafonte then punched her in the face with a closed fist, saying that it was a repercussion for her wanting to ” ‘flirt with and f—‘ ” Usher.

In order to cover up the injury when she returned to set, Brown says she told people she’d had an allergic reaction to shellfish. Subsequently, the crew had a doctor give her an unnecessary steroid injection intended to treat an allergic reaction. “My lip and lower portion of my face was swollen to the point that I had to be filmed from a particular angle so that the injury would not show up on tape,” Brown claims in the documents.

Belafonte allegedly forced Brown to tweet about falling to cover up an injury.

During an alleged August 2012 incident, Belafonte punched and pushed Brown down after she performed with the Spice Girls at the London Olympics closing ceremonies. Brown claims that her skin was “scabbed over from the rug burns” on the carpet and that Belafonte allegedly forced her to tweet that she hurt herself by running in Christian Louboutin heels.

Brown appeared to address the incident in an August 2012 tweet, writing “Running in 7 inch louboutin no good!! I’m wearing Prague on my face!!!”

Belafonte allegedly refused to help Brown after she regretted ingesting a whole bottle of aspirin.

Brown claims that she once ingested an entire bottle of aspirin, a decision she regretted immediately. She alleges that as she attempted to call the police, however, Belafonte blocked her. He allegedly threw her into a bedroom, locked the door and yelled ” ‘die bitch!’ ” according to the documents.

Brown says her driver, who had arrived to take her to work the next morning, instead took her to a hospital, where she stayed for two days. “I was badly hurt,” she claims in the documents. “During that time, was not allowed near me. I had security standing outside my hospital door with a picture of him so they knew to keep him out.”

Upon her return to work on The X Factor UK in December 2014, Brown claims she “still had visible facial and body wounds” that “could not be concealed, even with heavy theatrical makeup” and included the below images as evidence.

Belafonte allegedly disposed of Brown’s passport to keep her from seeing her father before his death.

In November 2016, Brown’s father was dying from cancer and she says she wanted to travel to the U.K. to be with him but had to stay in New York for “contractual obligations.”  She alleges that she told Belafonte she was upset she couldn’t visit, and he told her to ” ‘suck it up’ ” and that ” ‘If he’s going to die he’s going to die. ‘ ”

She further believes that he hid her passport to “intentionally delay” her trip to England until after her father’s death, and claims she was forced to get an emergency passport. She says she only arrived in Leeds just days before her father died in March.


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Stephen Curry Thinks Trump Is An Asset, Minus The ‘-et’

He’s the golden boy of the Golden State Warriors, but that doesn’t mean he has to be a fan of President Donald Trump.

Stephen Curry used some choice words when asked by the The Mercury News Wednesday about pro-Trump comments made by Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank the day before. 

Plank had called Trump a real “asset” to the country in an interview with CNBC. And Curry, who is the closest thing Under Armour has to a face of its brand, agreed with him somewhat, albeit with an important tweak.

“I agree with that description,” Curry said, “if you remove the ‘et’.”

The two-time NBA MVP added that his relationship with Plank is all business ― and he believes Plank’s comments regarding Trump are, too. But he wouldn’t hesitate to walk away from a company if it no longer reflected his values.

“Every opportunity I have to show love, to show respect, to show just that positivity, I feel like that’s my job and that’s what I stand for,” he said.

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Stephen Colbert Is Thankful For Donald Trump

Stephen Colbert has a lot look forward to in the new year.

In an interview with CBS’ “Face the Nation,” the comedian said he wants to lose some weight (same) and be surprised “every day” in 2017. Most of all, he’s thankful and excited for a Donald Trump presidency ― if only because the president-elect is full of surprises.

What I’m looking forward to? I’m looking forward to being surprised because that’s what you want every day. I want to be surprised. And that’s the great thing about Donald Trump, is that, boy, he did surprise a lot of people, didn’t he?” Colbert told host John Dickerson.

Mr. Trump is such a large figure, that he will continue to be, I think, the story that we can tell with jokes on a daily basis because he keeps breaking rules ― or norms. Not rules. He keeps on breaking norms. And the breaking of those norms is such a surprising thing that it’s, like, a firecracker every day. And you get to report on the sound of that firecracker every day.

Colbert never expected a Trump presidency, and he admitted that a lot of his programming on election night had to be ad-libbed due to the unexpected outcome. But it’s more important than ever to stay focused on what we have: Trump is more than just a comedy opportunity, Colbert said. He’s our future, love it or hate it.

“Now, I have no choice but to actually enjoy this incredible gift every day that Mr. Trump will be,” Colbert said.

Colbert added that he wouldn’t deny Trump a chance to appear on his show. And he could probably use the jump in viewers Trump would provide: Colbert’s ratings haven’t gone his way in the “Late Show’s” first year.

Colbert’s interview with Dickerson will air on “Face the Nation” this Sunday.

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The Vvorks Of Mr Stephen Marshall, Late Minister Of The Gospel At Finching-field In Essex. And Since At Ipswitch In Suffolk. The F

The Vvorks Of Mr Stephen Marshall, Late Minister Of The Gospel At Finching-field In Essex. And Since At Ipswitch In Suffolk. The F


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Stephen Colbert Shaves His Beard In First ‘Late Show’ Promo

What was Stephen Colbert hiding all these years under his “Colbert Report” character? Apparently, a giant grey beard.

In the first promo for CBS’ “Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” the host introduces us to his beard, but then decides it’s time to get rid of it. Colbert tries on a handful of characters with different facial hair, like “the un-Hitler” ‘stache, the half Wolverine and lastly, the fresh-faced, hairless Colbert.

Watch Colbert eat a hot dog with a fork and knife and give his beard a musical goodbye. Follow the show’s new Twitter account and Colbr app for more updates. “Late Show with Stephen Colbert” debuts on Sept. 8.

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Psycho Stephen

Psycho Stephen


When a 1 million construction deal starts to go pear shaped, and a London heavy mob working for the opposition ransack his house, Stephen Moyle is out for revenge. In a tale of violence and adventure via the North of England and Canada, Stephen recounts the events that led to athree and a half year jail term and his eventual sectioning. Having taken revenge of the mob that was terrorizing his family and business deals, Stephen was imprisoned in HMP Lewis; but with the voices of God Almighty and the Devil guiding his thoughts Stephen’s actions on the inside were to get him moved to HMP Camp Hill, Isle of Wight, from which he was to make his daring escape. Having scaled the prison walls and made his way through the razor wire, a scratched and bloody Stephen set off to swim across the Solent back to his family. His escape mobilizeda specialist police unit and the hunt began. Whileon the run, Stephen returned to his scamming and thieving ways, but despite it all he found time to marry his long-term girlfriend Judith. But after the wedding, things went from bad to worse as the voice of God was still present in Stephen’s thoughts; after a publican is almost killed the D11 squad close in and Stephen is returned to prison. Stephen is eventually released but his spell on the outside is short lived when he is re-arrested for GBH on his wife. At the court hearing, Stephen was sectioned for life and sent to Broadmoor Secure Hospital.
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6 Things to Say When People Ask “Do You Know Stephen King?”

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It sounds like a specialized question, but it’s not. Most authors on tour get it a lot.

For some reason, people who read a book only under duress seem to think of King as the touchstone of all things literary. If you know him, your reality as an author is verified, whether they’ll ever bother to read a book of yours or not.

I’ve been asked this annoying question countless times by cab drivers when I’m doing book tours across the country and they discover why I’m in town. It’s almost always the first question.

So, here are some sample answers to help out all you road-weary, flummoxed authors in those moments when your mind might go blank and you’re wishing you had stayed home or taken your parents’ advice and gone into your cousin’s wallpaper business. Feel free to add your own.

–“We went to college together. Dude could par-tay!” Make up the wild story of your choice at this point. You’re a writer. Be grotesque. Embellish.

–“That SOB? Never wanted to. He used to date my cousin and he was into really kinky sex that left her with a limp and allergies. It’s really sad.” Sink into your seat and mutter darkly.

–“Yes, but he trashed my house once after a séance and we haven’t talked since, though our lawyers are working it out. At least he says those are his lawyers. Sometime you can see right through them…. It’s kinda creepy.”

–“Stephen who? Is he some kind of writer or something? Like, what’s he written I might have heard of?” Look truly puzzled.

–“Are you kidding? I’m the one who gives him his book titles and plot twists. He gets writer’s block all the time and calls me drunk at three in the morning. Shit, I shouldn’t have said anything. Please don’t tell anyone!”

–“No. Have you?” Glare.

Lev Raphael is the author of 25 books in genres from memoir to mystery, most recently the novel of suspense, Assault With a Deadly Lie.
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Bill O’Reilly Is Just So Mad At Stephen Colbert These Days

Despite just about everyone telling him that his plan to defeat ISIS using a vast mercenary army is really, really terrible, Bill O’Reilly is not backing down. (Surprised?)

On Monday, O’Reilly lashed out at frequent foe Stephen Colbert, who had devoted a segment to ridiculing his scheme.

Colbert, O’Reilly groused, was a “dumb” person with “no bleeping clue” (he actually said “bleeping”) about what to do in the Middle East — unlike O’Reilly, whose plan has the support of 70 percent of respondents in a poll on www.billoreilly.com.

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Jimmy Fallon’s ‘Tonight Show’ Welcomed By Stephen Colbert, Tina Fey & Basically Everyone Else

For Jimmy Fallon’s “Tonight Show” inauguration, over a dozen A-list celebrities showed up to pay homage to the newly minted host. And pay homage they did, with each giving him $ 100 — the sum that Fallon’s friends wagered that he would never host “The Tonight Show.”

Apparently, he had quite a number of “friends” who made that bet.

Robert De Niro threw down a bill, followed by a parade of celebrities, including of Fallon’s former Weekend Update co-anchor Tina Fey, Joe Namath, Rudy Giuliani, Mariah Carey, Tracy Morgan, Joan Rivers, Kim Kardashian, Seth Rogen, Lindsay Lohan, Sarah Jessica Parker, Mike Tyson, Lady Gaga and finally Fallon’s former Best Friend Forever For Six Months — and now timeslot rival — Stephen Colbert.

“Welcome to 11:30, bitch!” Colbert exclaimed after dumping a pile of coins on Fallon’s desk. Watch the video above.
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