Hell hath no fury like a fired-up Billy Eichner. The 35-year-old comedian returns tonight for a third season of Fuse’s fun-and-frenetic game show from Funny or Die Billy on the Street, in which he tests New Yorkers’ pop culture knowledge at a turbo pace and very loud volume. What kind of manic antics can you expect to see from Eichner, who also guest-stars as the easily enraged Craig on Parks and Recreation? Below, he gives EW 11 teases for the upcoming 10 episodes, which air Wednesdays at 11 p.m. READ FULL STORY
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The day you’ve been counting down to/dreading is finally almost here here: Lindsay Lohan’s OWN reality show has its premiere date.
Lindsay, directed by Emmy-nominated filmmaker Amy Rice, will premiere on the network March 9. The documentary series will follow Lohan on “her journey through recovery following a very public period of crisis…Cameras follow Lindsay as she returns to New York, reunites with friends and family, and attempts to build a new life. As she works to stay on track amid the demands (and pitfalls) of fame, she opens up as never before, discussing everything from her emotional recovery process to her exhausting run-ins with the paparazzi,” the press release touts. READ FULL STORY
In the first promo for Lindsay Lohan’s appearance on Oprah’s Next Chapter, we got a taste of Oprah Winfrey’s no-holds-barred questions for the embattled actress, including “Are you an addict?” and asking Lohan what it’s like for her name to be the shorthand for “child star gone wrong.”
But that was only 16 seconds long. Now, an extended promo — though we still only hear Oprah’s questions, and no answers from Lindsay — offers a taste of even more of the sure-to-be-interesting chat. (Our favorite phrase from the video is when Oprah asks what Lindsay wishes she knew “six rehabs ago.” Ouch!)
Check it out below:
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Lindsay Lohan is about to be the queen of the small screen. First she lined up an interview and docu-series on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network, and now she’s taking over E!’s Chelsea Lately as guest host next week, EW has confirmed.
The actress — whose latest movie, The Canyons, arrives in theaters Friday — will take the reins from host Chelsea Handler during Monday’s show. Lohan has a history with Handler: She made a run at a “comeback” (one of many attempted by the embattled celeb) at the 2010 MTV VMAs in a pre-taped opening with Handler, that year’s host. Check out the skit below:
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Late night TV isn’t generally kind to Lindsay Lohan — which may be why the actress hasn’t done a formal interview there (or anywhere else) since her Liz & Dick promotional tour last November. Happily, Lohan’s long absence from the airwaves will end Tuesday, April 9, when the Mean Girls star will stop by the Late Show to promote her upcoming appearance on Charlie Sheen’s Anger Management. (Her next stop: Rehab.)
Lohan hasn’t appeared on David Letterman’s couch since May of 2007, shortly before Georgia Rule‘s theatrical release and her first DUI arrest. In 2011, the actress drew criticism after supposedly withdrawing from a planned Late Show Top Ten bit; as Letterman himself eventually explained, Lohan had never actually agreed to read the Top Ten list in the first place.
Reasons the BBC’s upcoming TV movie about one of Hollywood’s most famous couples will be different from Lifetime’s infamous 2012 film based on the very same pair:
1. This one is called Burton and Taylor, not Liz & Dick. (Surnames are classier.)
2. It stars The Wire‘s Dominic West and Academy Award nominee Helena Bonham Carter in the title roles — rather than New Zealand-born actor Grant Bowler and certified train wreck Lindsay Lohan.
'Liz & Dick' producer talks the risky business of hiring Lindsay Lohan, giving Taylor and Burton a chance to speak from 'Hollywood heaven'
On Sunday, Lifetime premieres Liz & Dick, its Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton biopic starring Lindsay Lohan and Grant Bowler. Exec producer Larry Thompson openly admits Lohan brought with her a younger demographic (and headlines) but also risk. He first met with Lohan about the project last December but cameras didn’t roll until June. “When we first met with her, she had two probations, and when we finally closed the deal with her, there was only one probation,” Thompson says. “If we couldn’t have gotten insurance, there would have been no movie. We wound up having to go to Lloyd’s of London to get what we called incarceration insurance…. We had to protect ourselves that if she were to have violated her probation during production, we wouldn’t have had to close down and lose our movie.” READ FULL STORY
That was quick: After pulling out of a planned 20/20 interview with Barbara Walters on Friday, Lindsay Lohan (and her new PR team) have already lined up what will likely be a more forgiving appearance to promote Liz & Dick. The actress will be a guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Tuesday, Nov. 20, EW has confirmed with NBC. Access Hollywood originally reported the news.
Lindsay Lohan will sit down for a one-on-one chat with Barbara Walters in the next few weeks, a source close to the situation confirmed to EW. The talk is pegged to Lohan’s role in the Lifetime original movie Liz & Dick, premiering Nov. 25.
TMZ, who first reported the news, says Walters expressed an interest in interviewing Lohan when she was cast as Elizabeth Taylor, and that the chat will focus on the parallels between the two actresses.
The countdown to the triumph and/or catastrophe can officially begin!
Lindsay Lohan’s Elizabeth Taylor biopic for Lifetime, Liz & Dick, finally has a release date. It will premiere on the cable channel on Sunday, November 25, at 9 p.m. ET.
In a behind-the-scenes trailer released last week, the TV movie — which will span multiple decades – was touted as Lohan’s “first starring role in five years” and declared “Lindsay is back.”
In addition to Lohan as Taylor, the movie will star New Zealand-born TV vet Grant Bowler as Richard Burton.
New ‘Liz & Dick’ trailer proclaims ‘Lindsay is back’
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In a new behind-the-scenes video for Liz & Dick, the producers point out the similarities between Elizabeth Taylor, and the woman who is portraying her, Lindsay Lohan. Touting “her first starring role in five years,” the video proclaims that “Lindsay is back.”
“It was the start of the exploitation of celebrity,” Grant Bowler, who portrays Richard Burton, explains. He also refers to Lohan as “pretty much Elizabeth Taylor reincarnated.”
“I’m a huge Elizabeth Taylor fan, and I relate to her on a lot of levels,” Lohan added. “Living in the public eye, dealing with the stress of what other people say, whether it’s true or not.”
Check out the video below:
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