Released in the summer of 1990, "Ghost" quickly became Swayze’s highest-grossing film.
CBS All Access released the first full-length trailer for the upcoming limited series adaptation of Stephen King’s “The Stand” during a New York Comic-Con panel to promote the show on Thursday.The trailer introduces Whoopi Goldberg as Mother Abagail, a 108-year old prophet who receives visions from God and guides survivors of a plague that has decimated the world’s population, and Alexander Skarsgard as “The Dark Man,” a shadowy figure with supernatural abilities who attempts to construct a totalitarian civilization amid the destruction.James Marsden, Amber Heard, Jovan Adepo, Owen Teague, Brad William Henke, Odessa Young and Henry Zaga also star in the nine-episode series, which is set to premiere on the streaming platform on Dec. 17.Also Read: 'The Stand': Watch the Trailer for CBS All Access' Stephen King Limited Series (Video)“The Stand,” first published in 1978, is King’s longest standalone work and the first to introduce the character of Randall Flagg, who would go on to appear in much of King’s other work.King himself penned the finale for the series, which will include material not previously featured in his novel. According to CBS All Access, the ending will provide “a new coda” to the story.“SEAL Team” creator Benjamin Cavell is showrunner and executive producer on the CBS Television Studios series, alongside executive producers Taylor Elmore, Will Weiske, Jimmy Miller, Roy Lee and Richard P. Rubinstein. Josh Boone serves as director and an executive producer for the series premiere and final episode. Jake Braver, Jill Killington, Owen King, Knate Lee and Stephen Welke also produce.Read original story ‘The Stand’ Trailer: It’s Alexander Skarsgard vs Whoopi Goldberg in CBS All Access Limited Series (Video) At TheWrap
From who almost played Sam and Molly to how the infamous pottery scene was shot, Jerry Zucker shares stories from the making of 'Ghost'.
On Wednesday afternoon’s episode of “The View,” host Whoopi Goldberg pressed presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders on why he remains in the race against former vice president Joe Biden.“I’m told that you intend to stay in this race because you believe there is a path to victory. I want to know what that path is because this feels a little bit like it did when you didn’t come out when Hillary Clinton was clearly the person folks were going for. So, can you explain why you’re still in the race and what this path is that you see?” the ABC host asked while broadcasting live from her own home, which she began doing in mid-March as the coronavirus spread through the country.Also Read: Sanders Wants to Delay April 7 Wisconsin Primary, Calls Situation 'Dangerous' (Video)Sanders, also calling into the show from his home, told Goldberg that when Clinton became the Democratic nominee in 2016, he “worked as hard as (he) could” to get her elected and Goldberg demurred, saying that while that was true, she felt it took him a “very long time to hop in.”When Sanders said he didn’t “accept that characterization,” she interrupted to ask, again, why he is staying in the race.“People have a right, last I heard, people in a democracy have a right to vote and they have a right to vote for the agenda that they think can work for America, especially in this very very difficult moment,” he countered. “We are assessing our campaign, as a matter of fact, where we want to go forward, but people in a democracy do have a right to vote and right now, in this unprecedented moment in American history, I think we need to have a very serious discussion about how they go forward.”In another interview conducted from his home Wednesday, the senator expanded on his position that Wisconsin’s April 7 primary should be delayed and voting should be done by mail-in ballots to MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell.Read original story Whoopi Goldberg to Bernie Sanders: ‘Can You Explain Why You’re Still in the Race?’ At TheWrap
During his appearance on Thursday’s episode of “The View,” Joe Biden responded to comments made by conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh about Pete Buttigieg, saying that Buttigieg has “courage” and is “smart as hell.”On Wednesday, Limbaugh questioned Buttigieg’s electability on his radio show, describing the former Indiana mayor as “a 37-year-old gay guy kissing his husband on stage, next to Mr. Man, Donald Trump.”“What’s going to happen there?” Limbaugh postulated. He then prompted his audience to imagine Trump having “fun with that” during a general election battle against Buttigieg.Some, including “The View” host Joy Behar, felt Limbaugh’s “Mr. Man” comment was homophobic. During the Hot Topics section prior to Biden’s appearance, the panel reminded viewers that Buttigieg served in the military, while Limbaugh and Trump were disqualified from the draft due to medical reasons.“Pete and I are competitors, but this guy has honor, he has courage, he’s smart as hell,” Biden said of his rival. Both men are seeking the Democratic nomination for president.Also Read: Rush Limbaugh Diagnosed With Advanced Lung CancerLimbaugh’s comments came one week after he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Trump, the highest honor a civilian can be bestowed. Biden said the bestowment was “part of the depravity of this administration.”Returning to his defense of Buttigieg, Biden added: “We used to say in Claymont, Delaware, ‘He ain’t a…'” Biden trailed off. “I won’t get into it. I shouldn’t say it. I shouldn’t say it.”“We get it,” Whoopi Goldberg assured the candidate as the panelists pivoted to another topic.Watch the exchange below:.@JoeBiden reacts to Rush Limbaugh questioning Pete Buttigieg’s electability because of his sexuality: “Pete and I are competitors, but this guy has honor, he has courage, he’s smart as hell.” https://t.co/f8u2wbJuik pic.twitter.com/1ohsu7Wdpu\- The View (@TheView) February 13, 2020Read original story Joe Biden Responds to Rush Limbaugh: Pete Buttigieg Has ‘Courage’ and Is ‘Smart as Hell’ At TheWrap
Thirty years since 'Ghost' changed pottery wheels forever, Tony Goldwyn looks back at playing the loathsome Carl opposite Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore.
During a chat with Andy Cohen on Wednesday’s “Watch What Happens Live,” Meghan McCain criticized media coverage of inter-host drama on “The View,” and called Whoopi Goldberg her “anchor” at the show.“It’s really cruel,” she said of the way she sees the media handling her “very small fight” with former co-host Abby Huntsman, who stepped down from the show a few weeks ago. McCain insisted the two are very good friends to this day and that she found it “bizarre” to see a single fight, which she admitted did happen, blown up publicly and “weaponized” by the media.McCain also downplayed the fight with Huntsman, a fellow conservative, and the reports that she was going to leave the show before Huntsman did. McCain assured Cohen if she had plans to leave the ABC show, she wouldn’t be cryptic about it, so Cohen moved on to the next headline-making fight she had on the show: The time Goldberg said to her in December, “Girl, please stop talking.”Also Read: Watch Whoopi Goldberg and Meghan McCain Make Nice After 'The View' Spat: 'Things Get Heated on This Show'“It was rough and I will say that she was having a bad day and we talked about it that night and the next day. It’s live TV and it’s really intense, stressful times for everyone. I adore her. She apologized off-air. She apologized on-air. We all f–k up on the show. It’s live. It’s everyday. I forgive her and I love her,” McCain explained.“If she leaves, I go. Like, Whoopi is the anchor of the show and my life there and she always picks us up if we’re down,” she added.Read original story Meghan McCain Lashes Out at ‘Cruel’ Coverage of ‘The View’ Drama: ‘We All F– Up on the Show’ At TheWrap
'The View' co-host, Whoopi Goldberg, seemingly blamed actress Bella Thorne over her recently-leaked nude photos.
The hosts of "The View" weigh in on the new royal baby.
The comedienne has been missing from 'The View' prompting suspicion that she's been rehearsing for the Academy Awards.
A trailer for Charlie Sheen‘s new movie, “9/11,” based on the September 11 attacks, was released on Friday, and many people are calling it “beyond offensive” and “manipulative.”
'9/11', a new movie about the terrorist attacks on September 11, will be released this September, it's been confirmed.
The 42-year-old actress says she 'would never want to take away' from nominees' moments.
Whoopi & Maya — unlike other marijuana-focused celebrity brands, which peddle chocolates, extracts, and gummies — is about more than getting high.
This is something which has been on my mind a little bit lately; in part, because of the comments on this article, but also because it’s an issue that I just find quite interesting. It is, of course, something that’s rather controversial on the internet (but then, what isn’t) so I imagine people will have some fairly strong reactions to this.
Whoopi Goldberg is branching out from her daytime gig of acting and presenting daytime chat shows to launch her own brand of medical marijuana. The ‘Sister Act’ star is hooking up with Maya Elisabeth, who is one of the leading 'canna-businesswomen’ in the now flourishing marijuana market. Goldberg has long been an advocate of marijuana use, using a vape pen to ease headaches caused by glaucoma.
Maybe Ben Carson should have just hired a dominatrix on Thursday. Former presidential candidate Carson appeared on the ABC talk show Thursday to face a panel that seemed intent on tearing him to shreds — verbally, anyway — over his endorsement of former political rival and GOP frontrunner Donald Trump.
Charlie Sheen and Whoopi Goldberg are starring in the independent action-drama Nine Eleven with shooting starting Monday, Variety has learned exclusively.
Broad City has had plenty of cameos over its two-plus seasons, and the celebrity guest appearance in Wednesday night’s episode may have been the best yet. Whoopi Goldberg got back in the habit for the latest episode of Comedy Central sitcom, singing and dancing as Sister Mary Clarence (a.k.a. It’s a slight spoiler for fans of Broad City who haven’t seen the episode, but here’s the setup: Ilana (played by series co-creator Ilana Glazer) finally got canned from her job at sales company Deals Deals Deals (she’s terrible at making deals!), and her sad-sack officemate Nicole is so happy, she ascends into a fantasy that involves a gospel choir celebration, with a wimple-wearing Whoopi in the lead.
Luckily for us, stars including James Corden, Kate Hudson and Whoopi Goldberg tested out the theory at the Vanity Fair Oscars party, giving Yeezy’s tweets the dramatic reading treatment. Tyler Oakley asked a bunch of Hollywood stars to give some of Kanye’s best tweets a dramatic makeover on behalf of Vanity Fair.
From Jennifer Aniston’s “Rachel” cut by Chris McMillan to Emma Stone’s red hair (FYI, she’s a natural blonde), it’s impossible to separate the celebrity persona from the hairdo. On NPR’s Ask Me Another game show, hosts Lulu Miller and Alix Spiegel rewrote the Bon Jovi song, “Livin’ on a Prayer” as “Living on My Hair” to be about celebrities and their iconic hair.