Posts Tagged ‘entertainment’

James Corden to host the late late show
Aug 06, 2014
James Corden (Probably) New Host of The Late Late Show
British actor and Chubstr reader favorite James Corden is rumored to be taking over as host of CBS’ Late Late Show. Earlier this year, current host Craig Ferguson announced he would be leaving at the end of 2014, fueling months of speculation as to who would take his place.  If you’re wondering where you’ve seen...
Gabriel Iglesias in The Fluffy Movie
Jul 28, 2014
Man of the Week: Gabriel Iglesias
With the release of his new film, The Fluffy Movie, and a comedy tour that’s crossing the country, 2014 has shaped up to be a great year for comedian Gabriel Iglesias. Though you might know him as Tobias in 2012′s Magic Mike, or recognize his voice from animated films The Nut Job and Planes, you most...
Aaron Munoz talks One Man, Two Guvnors
Jul 11, 2014
Aaron Muñoz Talks Working in TV, Acting in One Man, Two Guvnors
You might recognize Aaron Muñoz from his role on The Walking Dead, or from films like Cadillac Records and CBGB. We talk about growing up in the Midwest, working on TV, film, and stage, and we discuss playing the role of Francis Henshall in One Man, Two Guvnors, which you can catch at Georgia Shakespeare in Atlanta July 11th – 29th. ...
Kevin Smith decides not to retire
Jul 07, 2014
Man of the Week: Kevin Smith
Director Kevin Smith gets this week’s MOTW nod for changing his mind about retiring. You might remember reading one of the many articles about his impending retirement a few years back. “I don’t have any stories left to tell,” he told Entertainment Weekly at one point. Turns out (thankfully), that’s not true. Smith’s horror feature, Tusk, is...
Man of the Week: Michael Chernus
Jun 09, 2014
Man of the Week: Michael Chernus
Michael Chernus has been popping up in movies and TV shows for years. He’s one of those guys you recognize when you see him in something, but you can’t quite put your finger on what you know him from. Until recently, that is. If you didn’t know him from The Bourne Legacy or 2013′s Captain Phillips,...
Dan Fogler talks Don Peyote
May 12, 2014
Man of the Week: Dan Fogler Talks Don Peyote
Dan Fogler has starred in a variety of film, TV, and stage roles throughout his career (think NBC’s Hannibal, Balls of Fury, Fanboys, and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee), but playing the title character in his new film, Don Peyote, may be the one that’s nearest his heart. In Peyote, Fogler plays Warren Allman, an unemployed stoner who finally finds...
Michael Chiklis joins AHS: Freak Show
Mar 31, 2014
Man of the Week: Michael Chiklis
According to THR, Michael Chiklis has joined the cast of American Horror Story: Freak Show. If you’re only familiar with the actor from his role as Ben Grimm in the Fantastic Four films, CBS’ Vegas, or ABC’s No Ordinary Family, you’re missing out. Chiklis spent 7 seasons playing Detective Vic Mackey on The Shield, arguably one...
Nick Frost to star in new Fox pilot
Mar 28, 2014
Nick Frost to Star in New Fox Pilot
Fans of Nick Frost rejoice: the Shaun of the Dead/Hot Fuzz/The World’s End actor has joined Fox’s Sober Companion, along with actor Justin Long. Here’s the show’s synopsis, according to The Hollywood Reporter: Sober Companion centers on charming but self-destructive lawyer Robert (Frost), who finds his world turned upside down when a court-appointed — and highly...
Between Two Ferns with President Obama
Mar 11, 2014
Watch a New Between Two Ferns w/ Zach Galifianakis & President Obama
A new episode of Zach Galifianakis’ Between Two Ferns was released this morning, and this time around, President Barack Obama is in the hot seat. The video was as hilariously awkward as usual, with Galifianakis touching on everything from the birth certificate debacle to launch issues with Healthcare.gov. If you’re wondering how the Commander-in-Chief ended...
Man of the Week: Jon Favreau
Mar 10, 2014
Man of the Week: Jon Favreau
If you’re only familiar with Jon Favreau from the Iron Man movies, you might be surprised to find that he has a long and storied history in indie films (see: Swingers). After focusing on some pretty high profile stuff, he’s going back to basics with Chef, a film he wrote, directed and stars in. The...

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