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AdWarum warten? Entdecken Sie jetzt Europas meistgekauften Crossover zum Leasingangebot mit 0 % Zinsen und 0 € Anzahlung.EsquireThe decision is a major concession from the IOC and local organizers.3 hours agoIs There a New ‘Last Week Tonight With John Oliver’ Airing This Week?
Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, John Oliver has been broadcasting his weekly “Last Week Tonight” from home in a white-backgrounded “blank void” that looks very different from his usual New York City studio. Now in its sixth season, the HBO show picked up four Primetime Emmy Awards this year, including for Outstanding Variety Talk Series for the fifth straight year. And the former “Daily Show” regular has spent much of last year chronicling not only the pandemic but also the presidential election — and getting a sewer plant in Danbury, Ct. named after him. Also Read: 'Last Week Tonight' Calls 'Horses-' on Misuse of 2019 Segment to Push Voter Fraud Claims There is a new episode of “Last Week Tonight” this week, March 21. Oliver returned Feb. 14 after a brief hiatus, and is back in his usual time slot at 11 p.m. EST on HBO. In last season’s finale, Oliver also took the opportunity to recap some of his personal highlights from the momentous year of 2020. “We sponsored a marble league, we made stamps to help the Postal Service, we tracked down this magnificent piece of rat erotica,” he began. “I got into a fight with Danbury, Connecticut, which resulted in them naming a sewage plant after me.” He also recapped his yearlong taunting of Oscar-nominated actor Adam Driver, who gamely called in to inquire about “this strange, strange bit that you’ve somehow pulled me into” and then dragged Oliver into offering a very begrudging apology. Also Read: John Oliver Can't Believe He Still Has to Talk About 'This Asshole' Donald Trump (Video) Oliver closed the season finale with a more spectacular bit, getting up from his seat in the “blank void” to reveal a giant stage-set in some remote ravine-like location. As he walked toward the camera and away from the set, we saw that it was in fact shaped like a giant 2020 sign — which he promptly blew up in a fireball. “Let tomorrow be about solutions,” Oliver said to close the show, and the season, and the year. “Today is about vengeance. F— you, 2020. Get f—ed.” Read original story Is There a New ‘Last Week Tonight With John Oliver’ Airing This Week? At TheWrap
4 hours agoYes, There’s an R-Rated Cut of ‘Mrs Doubtfire’ With Risqué Robin Williams Ad-Libs“Mrs. Doubtfire” director Chris Columbus squelched recently resurfaced rumors that the risqué ad-libs of its star Robin Williams resulted in an NC-17 version of the film, but he did confirm that an R-rated cut does exist, in an Entertainment Weekly story published Friday. Quotes from Columbus in a 2015 interview with Yahoo in which he said there exists PG, PG-13, NC-17 and R-rated cuts of the movie resurfaced and created quite a hubbub on social media Thursday. In that interview, Columbus said that in order to take advantage of Williams’ improvisational gifts, the director used multiple cameras at once — “like shooting a documentary” — so that he could capture the facial reactions of the other actors as they watched the late Williams at work. “The reality is that there was a deal between Robin and myself, which was, he’ll do one or two, three scripted takes. And then he would say, ‘Then let me play.’ And we would basically go on anywhere between 15 to 22 takes, I think 22 being the most I remember,” Columbus told EW. Also Read: Robin Williams, Oscar-Winning Actor, Dead at 63 of Apparent Suicide The 1993 family comedy centered on a divorced actor, who disguises himself as a chubby, soft-spoken female housekeeper to be with his kids after his ex-wife (played by Sally Field) gets custody. Because of Williams’ often off-color riffs, the result was, yes, a number of NSFW takes. “He would sometimes go into territory that wouldn’t be appropriate for a PG-13 movie, but certainly appropriate and hilariously funny for an R-rated film. I only [previously] used the phrase NC-17 as a joke. There could be no NC-17 version of the movie,” Columbus clarified. The really good news for Robin Williams fans is that Columbus said he would be open to the idea of doing a documentary on the making of the film, allowing viewers to see certain scenes re-edited in an R-rated version. “The problem is, I don’t recall most of it. I only know what’s in the movie at this point because it’s been a long time. But I do remember it was outrageously funny material,” Columbus said. Read original story Yes, There’s an R-Rated Cut of ‘Mrs Doubtfire’ With Risqué Robin Williams Ad-Libs At TheWrap headtopics.comRead more: Yahoo Singapore »