Scarlett Johansson, Margot Robbie, Cameron Diaz, Thandie Newton and Zoe Saldana are among a host of female action stars kicking lumps out of each other in a new viral video.
CBS Television Distribution is planning to launch Drew Barrymore’s new syndicated daytime talk show in Fall 2020.As we previously reported in August, Barrymore was shooting a pilot for the talk show. Now, CBS Television Distribution has sold it to CBS stations, including in New York City and in Los Angeles, among other major markets.CBS owned-and-operated stations represent 38% of the U.S. The talk show still has to be cleared in the rest of the country, but it’s off to a very good start.“It is beyond my wildest dreams to have this opportunity for a daily talk show,” Barrymore said. “I’m truly thrilled and honored to be creating this show with CBS.”Also Read: Kelly Clarkson, Tamron Hall's New Talk Shows Debut Strong in Ratings“We are very excited to be in business with Drew Barrymore and have our stations serve as the launch group for a show that is the brightest prospect I have seen in many years,” Peter Dunn, president of CBS Television Stations, said on Thursday. “We look forward to giving Drew and our colleagues at CBS Television Distribution our full support to help this show strike gold with our audience and advertisers.”“Drew is a huge star and a breath of fresh air – her show will energize any station’s lineup,” Steve LoCascio, COO and CFO of CBS Global Distribution Group, added. “We’re looking forward to working with Peter Dunn and the CBS Television Stations group to launch this premium show in fall 2020.”The still-untitled show will be produced and distributed by CBS Television Distribution. Barrymore, Chris Miller and Ember Truesdell are executive producers.Read original story Drew Barrymore Gets Syndicated Daytime Talk Show From CBS Television Distribution At TheWrap
Lucy Liu was joined by former co-stars Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz at her Hollywood Hall of Fame event.
Almost 20 years after Charlie’s Angels was rebooted from 70s TV show to millennial movie, its stars reunited yesterday as Lucy Lui unveiled her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Kill Bill star was joined by Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore, who made up the crime-fighting trio from director McG’s 2000 actioner.
The trio were also joined by Demi Moore, who starred with them in the 2003 sequel, 'Charlie's Angles: Full Throttle'
The supposedly 'fake' Drew Barrymore interview from an Egyptian in-flight magazine that went viral is not fake after all.
Egyptian airline EgyptAir is standing by a 'surreal' interview with actress Drew Barrymore in its in-flight magazine, after it went viral.
The actress and beauty mogul went without any cosmetics for a meditative weekend in Hollywood.
Drew was given the beauty vlogger treatment when she was called in by super influencer Nikki Tutorials to do a signature half-face of makeup...
The ‘Santa Clarita Diet’ actress also opened up about balancing time with her daughters and her busy work schedule.
This week, Hollywood lost one of its greatest creators of modern horror, Wes Craven, who passed away on Sunday at the age of 76. The opening scene of Scream — including the unexpected, gory death of the film’s biggest star— electrified audiences and critics, helping Scream to become one of the most talked-about and profitable films of 1996. Almost twenty years later, that brief scene of a teenage girl in peril is routinely discussed in film courses and referenced in other media – most recently, a tribute on MTV’s Scream television series. Here’s the inside story of how Scream’s iconic, nightmarish first scene came to be.