In his new film, “Imperium,” Daniel Radcliffe plays FBI agent Nate Foster, who goes undercover to take down skinheads planning to set off a dirty bomb.
In honor of his new animated extravaganza, Sausage Party, Seth Rogen shows the world how to make sausage.
Fyvush Finkel’s adieu on August 14 elicited an avalanche of indelible memories—beyond his roles in “Picket Fences” and other TV venues. Among these: The June 21, 2004’s The Yiddish Artists & Friends Actors Club and Yiddish Theatrical Alliance bash at Lincoln Center synagogue at which then 81-year “young” beloved Yiddish vaudeville/theater legend celebrated. He touted his son Elliot Finkel at piano in a medley of Gershwin works and son Ian— virtuoso zymbalon player— who performed a sizzling version of “Rumania, Rumania” and then joined the crowd on the dance floor hoofing horas, freylachs and Russian kazatzkes.
“Broad City’s” Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer announced nomination categories for the very first Golden Probe Awards, a parody ceremony honoring politician for their “outstanding achievements in sexism or anti-choice, anti-women douchebaggery”.
Anthony Weiner has declared to The New York Times Magazine that he has “weirdly become a little bit of an elder statesman.”
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