Our hilarious POTUS will appear on Jerry’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, kicking off the seventh season of the series on the passenger side of a 1963 Corvette Stingray Split Window Coupe.
The famed comedian and actor said of the Prez’s appearance:
“Growing up in the ’60s, my kid dream was always to be an astronaut — doing a comedy show with President Obama in and around the White House felt like going into space,” Seinfeld said in a statement. “‘How did I get here?’ ‘Is this really happening?’ The President’s humor and generosity are the only reasons this was even possible. He was so easy and fun to be with. Being President and just a cool guy to hang out with at the same time made the experience my own personal moonwalk. It was an unforgettable day.”
If you’re not familiar with Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, check out the trailer above.
The Full House ladies are still kids at heart.
As we all go insane over their spin-off, Fuller House, Netflix gave us a treat to kick our obsession into third gear. In the clip above, you can watch D.J. (Candace Cameron-Bure), Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin), and their childhood friend, Kimmy (Andrea Barber), Whip and Nae Nae.
They aren’t bad, either.
During her first appearance on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live, JLaw admits to kissing the hunky actor while cameras weren’t rolling. She also talked about hitting a bong before the Oscars, and Bradley Cooper‘s kissing skills.
Watch a short clip above and head over to E! for the rest of the tea.
Will Smith was concerned his new movie Concussion would be looked at as an anti-football film, but it seems the NFL is all for it. In fact, the organization is pushing for more of their players to watch.
When top NFL Players Association executive George Atallah first screened Sony’s Concussion in November, he vowed to enlist as many of the union’s nearly 12,000 members as possible to see the upcoming drama..
“We’ve been telling the story of Dr. Bennet Omalu for the past five or six years as an organization,” the assistant executive director of external affairs tells The Hollywood Reporter in his first interview about the film. “This was something our union was definitely going to recommend.”
Though the film doesn’t open until Christmas Day, hundreds of active and former players already have watched the Will Smith starrer, which chronicles the story of Omalu, a forensic pathologist whose research on chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) was met with fierce resistance by the NFL.
Head to a theater near you on December 25 and let us know what you think of Will’s latest big screen offering.
A Miki Howard biopic will be available for our viewing pleasure soon, but for now, we’ve at least caught wind of a few of the casting details.
From The YBF:
Miki found mainstream success in the late 80s/early 90s with a string of #1 hits, including “Come Share My Love,” “Ain’t Nobody Like You,” “Love Under New Management,” and a host of others. But, her career was derailed by poor relationships and drug addiction.
According to Indie Wire, the film, helmed by director Christine Swanson, will chronicle 30+ years of Howard’s life, both professional and personal trials and triumphs, including her relationships with the men, like Gerald Levert, who played instrumental roles in her life. Former “Family Matters” star Darius McCrary will play the late singer.
The site also reports Chaka Khan‘s daughter, Indira Khan, will play Chaka (photo above). Thoughts?
Premiering on Thursday, January 7, Spike’s hour-long “Tatum Takeover” will feature tons of surprise guests and performances. Watch the clip above to get a feel for what you can expect.