“Duck Dynasty” is getting a Las Vegas musical
The Robertsons are expanding their franchise in February with the launch of “The Duck Commander Family Musical,” featuring actors playing the famous A&E reality stars as they celebrate their rags-to-riches saga. Yet as the NY Times reports, “several Broadway producers, many of whom are liberal, gay, or both, are aghast that colleagues would work with a family whose patriarch, Phil Robertson, has compared homosexuality to bestiality.” Still, Michael David, the “Jersey Boys” Broadway producer who is launching the “Duck” musical says: “The show will end up challenging the views and assumptions of people across the political spectrum, more than most theater does.”
ESPN: We didn”t steal “Tosh.0″s” bit “Web Redemption”
“This was more of an instance of us using a common phrase than it was copying his wording,” an ESPN spokesperson tells TMZ.
Nick Cannon will star in NBC”s reboot of “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous”
Cannon will assume the Robin Leach role in a pilot of the '80s and '90s series. The “America”s Got Talent” host was previously attached to star in a Style Network version of “Lifestyles” before that network was transformed into Esquire Network.
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CNN”s Jake Tapper to Jon Stewart: You “crap” on CNN a lot, yet your movie uses a lot of our footage
Stewart”s response: “You”re the best.”
James Corden to Hillary Clinton: “You”re my weird crush everyday”
The future “Late Late Show” host expressed his “weird crush” appreciation for Clinton last night at Glamour”s Women of the Year awards: “You know how on Instagram they have weird-crush Wednesdays? You”re my weird crush everyday. I want to be your ambassador for defense, secretary for offense, I want to be your minister of romance. You”re a mom I”d like to follow into the White House.”
Netflix will let you see the viewing histories of “Arrested Development” characters
Tobias Funke has been watching “How to be a Man.”
Cookie Monster stars in “Too Many Cookies”
Check out the “Sesame Street” star in this “Too Many Cooks” parody.