There is a reason you don’t get your constitutional law from late night ‘comedians’. To the surprise of absolutely no one, late night host Stephen Colbert has a problem with the Supreme Court’s for ruling Tuesday to uphold President Donald Trump’s travel ban. In an opening two minute bit, he took issue with Chief Justice John Roberts writing that he did not take into account Trump’s prior anti-Muslim comments when determining the legality of the president’s third iteration of the travel ban.
“We all have always heard about concentration camps and thought about what we would have done if we were alive at that time,” Apatow tweeted last week, equating the holding facilities U.S. immigration officials use to hold illegal immigrants to Nazi concentration camps. “Well, we are now. What are you going to do? How are you going to speak up? How will you protest?”
It was less than a week ago, Kevin Hart found himself defending his stance on refusing to talk politics and attacking President Trump. A source close to the comedian stated last week “Everyone has something to say about Donald Trump, and that’s the reason Kevin isn’t speaking on him. Kevin honestly feels the Trump bits are overused and knows that people are tired of the political banter from comedians.”
New eligibility requirements for the BAFTA Film Awards are formally coming into effect. These concern the British film categories at the EE British Academy Film Awards in 2019 and going forward.
All entries into two British film categories — Outstanding British Film and Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer — will be required to meet at least two of the four BFI Diversity Standards.
Disney sure knows how to pick them, don’t they? The future Lead star of Marvel’s Captain Marvel which is set to open next year shortly before the Final Avengers film has an ‘interesting’ take on film critics, basically, the industry is too male and too white, and that is a problem for Larson.
Chastain, 41, is well-known for being an outspoken feminist in Hollywood. In 2016, she founded her own production company, Freckle Films, which is headed by all female executives (because ‘equality’) and leads the Time’s Up initiative with 300 other women in Hollywood to help combat sexual violence in the workplace post-Harvey Weinstein.