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Trevor Noah calls Jon Stewart a Jewish Yoda on Late Show with Stephen Colbert

Ahead of his The Daily Show host debut, Trevor Noah stopped by the Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night to talk about the advice his predecessor Jon Stewart gave him. Noah also spoke about how he's not 'an outsider,' even though he's…
Movies & TV

Warner Bros/DC Comics planning Blue Beetle/Booster Gold buddy-hero flick

DC Comics and Warner Brothers are working on a new buddy-comedy hero film, involving longtime Justice League members Blue Beetle and Booster Gold, involving director Greg Berlanti.
Movies & TV

Craig Ferguson returns to the small screen in History channel debate show, Join or Die

The former ‘Late Late Show’ host will host a history debate show, called ‘Join or Die’ on the History Channel. Alongside special guest celebrities and historians, Ferguson will delve into topics like US presidential flops and the…
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Colbert lands Michelle Obama for Late Show interview

First Lady Michelle Obama is set to appear on Late Night with Stephen Colbert on Monday, September 28, as the latest in a long list of political figures that have been making the late night talk show rounds.
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Take another look at the Point Break remake with the new trailer

There's no Keanu Reeves or Patrick Swayze in the new trailer for Point Break, the remake of the classic 1991 action film, but there's no shortage of adrenaline-fueled stunts and wild sequences either.
Mobile

Watch Stephen Colbert’s hilarious/insightful interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook

Tim Cook talked driverless cars and the new iPhone 6s on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, but the best question of the interview came from Apple's automated personal assistant, Siri.
Cars

Amazon’s so-called ‘Top Gear’ program could be named ‘Gear Knobs’

A new report claims that Amazon's upcoming automotive show starring Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May could be called Gear Knobs. The program is likely to air late next year.
Movies & TV

Taken heads to television for a prequel series

Bryan Mills and his particular set of skills are headed to television, with NBC ordering a full season of a prequel series based on the Taken movies written and produced by Luc Besson.
Social Media

Social media madness: Bush tweets, joins Vine during CNN’s presidential debate

Social media is a huge part of politics these days, so much so that Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush was actually tweeting and joining social networks while simultaneously debating on national television.
Movies & TV

In the Heart of the Sea trailer pits Chris Hemsworth against a whale with anger issues

The new trailer for Ron Howard's In the Heart of the Sea features plenty of man vs. whale combat, and the mighty leviathan seems to be winning for the vast majority of the 2:30 spot.
Cool Tech

Truly immersive journalism takes form in ABC’s virtual reality tour of Syria

On Wednesday, ABC News became the first to employ virtual reality in their newscast, taking viewers on a truly immersive journey through Damascus, Syria, an area of the world that in today's volatile times, remains largely unexplored.
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Game of Thrones adds Downton Abbey actor and two more cast members

HBO has cast Downton Abbey actor James Faulkner in the upcoming sixth season of Game of Thrones, along with two more new cast members playing members of House Tarly, the family of Samwell Tarly.