“Saturday Night Live” hit on North Korea and the Sony hacks twice this weekend, proving that unlike most of Hollywood, they aren’t scared of Kim Jong-un. The show started off with a bang, bringing back Mike Myers as Dr. Evil to interrupt the cold open and discuss his anger over the North Korea and Sony hacker […]
The Sony hack and subsequent cancellation of “The Interview” has gone fully political. President Obama made an official statement on this decision and now the Republican National Committee is weighing in. RNC Chairman Reince Priebus asks that movie theaters not bow down to North Korea and stand up to this decision by screening the film […]
President Obama supports LeBron James’ decision to wear an “I can’t breathe” t-shirt during warmup before the NBA game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Brooklyn Nets last week.
In a private meeting with Rev. Al Sharpton at the Greenwich Hotel in New York City Thursday, Sony Pictures chair Amy Pascal told Sharpton that he could have a voice in how the movie studio makes its films.
George Clooney may have the most awesomely toothy response to the Sony Pictures cyberattack that forced the movie studio to pull the film “The Interview” from its December 25 release.
Jon Stewart brought his nightmare-inducing recurring character “Gitmo” on the show to talk about the normalization of U.S. relations with Cuba.
Colbert had to chide his audience Wednesday night for getting excited about making “Cuba more libre.”
Fox News’ Megyn Kelly told Jimmy Kimmel she found Sony’s decision to pull “The Interview” after threats of a terrorist attack “deeply troubling.”
Mitt Romney has an idea to turn “The Interview” movie fiasco into a win for everybody.
NEW YORK (AP) — Under the threat of terrorist attacks from hackers and with the nation’s largest multiplex chains pulling the film from their screens, Sony Pictures Entertainment took the unprecedented step of canceling the Dec. 25 release of the Seth Rogen comedy “The Interview.”
Human rights groups are set to drop DVDs of “The Interview” into North Korea via hydrogen balloons, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
First came the birthday cards, then came the desperate pleas for help, now comes “The Colbert Report.”
The group allegedly behind the cyberattacks — which identifies itself as “Guardians of Peace” — suggested that it will organize terror attacks at movie theaters when the film “The Interview” premiers.
People magazine conducted an interview with Barack and Michelle Obama during which the first couple discussed their experience with racism in America.
Jon Stewart barely held it together for a segment on South Dakota’s unbelievably terrible “Don’t Jerk and Drive” campaign.
The $1 trillion “Cromnibus” spending bill passed by Congress last weekend includes a lot of hidden provisions snuck in by various lawmakers—like the measure that attempts to block D.C.’s voter-approved legalization of marijuana.
Stephen Colbert’s comedy news show, “The Colbert Report,” comes to an end this week and the comedian was worried that meant he wouldn’t have a chance to weigh in on the next presidential election. “Luckily for me, 2016 came early this year,” Colbert announced. Jeb Bush announced that he would “actively explore” running for president […]
Jon Stewart was not that impressed by the parade of Bush-era pundits and officials who all defended the CIA’s torture practices on Sunday’s talk shows.
When it comes to debating one of the most contentious issues of the day, Stephen Colbert will take on anyone—including himself.
Dave’s addiction: Bill O’Reilly.