Tag Archives: Laughing

Gloria and Emilio Estefan Say the Key to Their 40-Year Marriage Is Respect, Love and Laughing 'Every Day'

Gloria and Emilio Estefan have found the secret to success — on the charts, in love, and now on Broadway! The national tour of the couple’s hit musical, On Your Feet — which tells the story of the couple’s rise to fame and the Cuban-pop fusion hits that made them chart-topping superstars — has arrived in Hollywood, celebrating its premiere at ...

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Why the state of the big-screen summer comedy is no laughing matter

“I talk about this all the time with my comedy friends — it is rough out there,” said director Rawson Marshall Thurber, whose “Central Intelligence” was a summer comedy success just two years ago, grossing $ 127 million. Seeing what he calls “a comedy famine at the box office,” Thurber, who also helmed the hits “Dodgeball” and “We’re the Millers,” ...

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James Corden Apologizes for Harvey Weinstein Jokes at amfAR Gala: 'Sexual Assault Is No Laughing Matter'

The Weinstein scandal first erupted earlier this month, after The New York Times‘ initial article accusing him of sexually harassing women for three decades.  In a statement to ET, Weinstein’s lawyer, Charles J. Harder, called the New York Times report “saturated with false and defamatory statements.” He also sa… Full Text Feed

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'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' Review: It's 'James Bond on Laughing Gas,' Violent as Ever

Whooshing by on screen like James Bond on laughing gas, Kingsman: The Golden Circle is a breathlessly comic, sometimes exhausting sequel to the surprise 2015 smash that all but begged for an R-rated follow-up. Now it’s here – and just as manic and over-the-top as you’d expect, only more so (the film is 141 minutes long). Those who hated the ...

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Cat Stevens’ new record ‘The Laughing Apple’ is the album of the week

Reunited with producer Paul Samwell-Smith who produced his classic Tea For The Tillerman album, Stevens balances some complex songwriting (typified by the brilliant, Indianinspired arrangement of the title track) with the sort of twinkling, child-like wonder that infused classics like Morning Has Broken. Grandsons, on which a dying man watches children play, is a poignant and vulnerable masterpiece; Olive Hill ...

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