We know that Daniel Radcliffe is a magician, but turns out he might also be immortal like a Vampire. That’s because Graham Norton has been collecting photos of people that look like Harry Potter over the last few centuries to share on his BBC show, and the resemblance between all of them is too spot on. It’s like he is the one in all of those pictures. Although some where his alter ego Daniella, since during some of those time periods he had to be dressed like a woman so no one would realize that he never ages.
Yes, we saw him as a kid, but how do we know that wasn’t one of his many disguises to hide his identity? He hasn’t really aged that much since the movies came out. It has been 15 years and he still looks the same.
Therefore we can only assume that it is him in all of those photos and some day, soon he will have to take on a new name because people will become suspicious that he still looks like a kid even though he is 50. Basically, enjoy him while you can because the Daniel Radcliffe we know needs to become a new person soon so that he can continue to be immortal.
Josh Gad has been trying everything including Dame Judi Dench to get his Murder on the Orient Express co-star Daisy Ridley to spill some Star Wars: The Last Jedi secrets, but nothing has worked.
Over the weekend, he decided to give it one more try. He called a few of his friends over including an Oscar winner, a People’s Sexiest Man Alive and a super producer to get her talk. How could she say no to Hamilton’s Leslie Odom Jr, Star Wars Episode IX’s director Colin Trevorrow, Everwood’s Chris Pratt, Zoolander 2’s Penelope Cruz, Sing Street’s Lucy Boyton and Star Trek and Star Wars leader J.J. Abrams? She somehow found a way.
I think it is time for him to let it go or maybe he can ask her, “Do you want to build a snowman?” He’s tried everything else, why not try the Frozen route.
The Good Wife might’ve ended, but Diane Lockhart is putting up The Good Fight on CBS All Access starting today, with a special preview on CBS tonight at 8p.
The Good Fight takes place a year after The Good Wife, and Lockhart (Christine Baranski) is retiring from Lockhart, Decker, Gussman, Lee, Lyman, Gilbert-Lurie, Kagan, Tannebaum, & Associates. She is ready to enjoy her life after the firm even though her Goddaughter Maia Rindell (Rose Leslie) just started working as a lawyer there. Together the two of them will work on Lockhart’s final case, but a phone call will change their lives forever.
Rindell’s father, a money manager, was involved in a Ponzi Scheme and now all of his clients including Lockhart are broker than broke. Now, Lockhart needs to keep her job, but the firm tells her she cannot stay. She goes to her friends, who tell her no one will hire her. Then she gets an offer from Reddick, Boseman, & Kolstad, a majority African-American firm, who know what she can bring to them; and she accepts. After Maia is also fired, Lockhart brings her with her to the new job.
Maia not only has to deal with everyone hating her because of her family, but a new job. Luckily, she has Lockhart and Lucca Quinn (Cush Jumbo) on her side. Quinn is a tough lawyer, who everyone will want on their side. She is good at reading people and that is why is show is so good at her job. Just like Marissa (Sarah Steele), who will work as Lockhart’s assistant and no one can investigate like her.
For those of you who wanted the show to be all about Lockhart, here it is and it is better than you thought it was going to be
Last month, I was at the CBS TCA Winter Press day and the producers and the cast previewed what we can expect from the legal drama.
1 – Show creator Robert King explains how the Goods are different from each other and yet the same.
The Good Fight is a show that is basically feeding off of where The Good Wife ended and following some of the characters and seeing what happens to them next. But it’s also about a change in the environment that we’re all going through, both political environment and legal, and how we all discuss the truth, which was always what The Good Wife was too.
2 – Christine Baranski previews what her character will goes through on The Good Fight.
Well, we certainly talked about the year in between, because The Good Fight happens one year later. So we did speak about what how she processed all that had happened to her, particularly in those final episodes, and where her life was as the new show began in terms of her marriage, in terms of her position at the firm. And it seems she’s estranged from her husband for reasons of his infidelity. But she’s at the top of her game when this show starts. Curiously, poised as No. 1 now in the show, but halfway into the pilot, I lose everything, so I’m just back, you know, scrambling. So, yeah, no, there was a discussion about the interim, which I’m sure people will be curious about, because The Good Fight really is it jumps off from where The Good Wife ended in a very interesting way, but then it turns very dramatic very quickly, especially for Diane.
3 – Will we see familiar faces from The Good Wife on the spinoff and some new ones too?
We will see Jane Alexander and Denis O’Hare as judges. Paul Guilfoyle, John Benjamin Hickey, Rita Wilson, Michael Boatman and Matthew Perry will also guest star. As Baranski put it, “It’s a revolving door. It’s a wonderful revolving door and all the great actors working in L.A. and particularly in New York and the New York theater.”
4 – What about Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies)?
Robert King said, “We talked to Julianna about the show and her relationship with it, and Julianna and we agreed that kind of The Good Wife ended that story and it would be just kind of weird if she just comes in and you see her, like, pushing a garbage can or something, you know, in the background. So I don’t think you would expect that this year.”
5 – The Good Fight is also political like the original show and they shot the pilot in November.
Christina Baranski revealed what it was like filming when the US turned upside down as they were working on the first episode. She told us, “We shot the pilot in the days leading up to the election, the election night, and subsequent days after, and the most dramatic scenes.
“Yes, we were indeed. At the time I remember thinking because I had always had a picture of that was photoshopped of Diane Lockhart and Hillary Clinton. It was prominent in many of the seasons until she began to run for office, and then we couldn’t have her picture. But when Diane has to leave her office forever because she’s out of a job and she takes that photograph of Hillary Clinton and puts it in a box, that particular scene was shot the night before the election, and I said to Brooke, the director, “Well, this woman’s going to be the next president of the United States, and Diane is probably thinking if she has the strength to pick herself up, I can do it too,” and I put the picture in a box and the scene ends. Next night Delroy and I are working in a scene, and it was election night.
“Between his coverage and my coverage, I went to my dressing room and found out the news that, indeed, Donald Trump was the projected winner by the New York Times. We were all in free fall. And I think the interesting thing is you have a lead character who is in moral kind of practical free fall in a similar way to what the country is feeling right now, like how do you take the next step up when there’s no foundation? Where are we? Where are we morally?”
We are f*cked and that is a word they can and do say on The Good Fight. The show on the other hand is anything but f*cked, so subscribe to CBS All Access to watch it.
The Long Island Medium aka Theresa Caputo for her 7th season tonight at 8p, and she will have some very familiar faces join her this season. Rosie O’Donnell, Billy Gardell, Ta’Rhonda Jones, Mo’Nique, Jim O’Heir, Carson Kressley, Kim Zolciak-Biermann, Wendi McClendon-Covey, Christopher Atkins and Kym Whitley all visit with Long Island and hear from the departed loved ones.
What can we expect from this season, she told me on a recent conference all, “It was very exciting this year, because we did do some more celebrity reads, which was exciting.” Then she added, “The reason why I say, it’s crazy to think that people even think, I still don’t think people know who I am. So the fact that Rosie O’Donnell, Jim O’Hare, like, you know, Carson Kressley, like they know who I am and they wanted to meet me and have an experience, being reconnected with the souls of their loved ones, is mind-blowing to me.” Along with the celebrity readings, she experiences a health scare that will play out on a few episodes. What about Little Anthony’s wedding? Is this the season the one when he finally says I do? Nope. Hopefully that will happen in season 8.
Before we get to season 8, we still have to get through season 7 that starts tonight, what are some of the things you don’t know about the Long Island Medium who made big beautiful hair and long nails a thing again all while touching us with her readings that help people get some much needed comfort and healing.
1 – When did she start hearing from the beyond?
Until I got in my teens, because I am a practicing Catholic, I come from a very strong faith family and a very spiritual family. So for me, I was always able to express what I was sensing and feeling, no one ever really made a big deal about it. When I started to get older, people were like, well, that’s weird. That’s crazy. That didn’t happen. You know, you’re seeing things, and then I started blocking it. It wasn’t until later in my late 20s that I was told that I had this amazing gift. And it took me five years to really embrace that because I – because of my faith, it took me a long time to incorporate that with my faith.
I had this amazing gift from God, what am I supposed to do? I was like, who’s going to want to come and see a medium? I couldn’t understand that.
2 – Does she wish she could turn her gift off?
The first thing is, I’m like anyone else. You ever wake some days that you’re like, darn it, I don’t want to go to work today. You know, I do. It’s never, it’s like the second, it’s like I connect with spirit, I don’t know any different. And that’s the thing to me. I don’t consider this work. I don’t consider it my job. I consider it this is my journey, Theresa Caputo’s journey here in the physical world, to be able to do God’s work, to deliver messages to help people heal and grow and embrace life again.
I always say this, I don’t mean to quote Lady Gaga, but I was born this way. I don’t know any different. For me, communicating with people that have died and expressing what I’m sensing and feeling, describing things that are going on in my brain that other people can’t see, hear or feel, to me is normal.
3 – What does she say to people who are skeptics?
I don’t do what I do to make people believe in medium. I mean, that doesn’t matter to me. If someone comes to me for a reading and they don’t understand, I don’t like to use the word believe, I like to use the word understand, is what I do, that’s not what this is about. And I’m not going to try to force to anyone. That’s not what this is about.
This is about healing and about giving people the validation that what their experiencing there is the soul of their loved ones and that there is more to life than just here in the physical world. I want my clients or fans, or whoever follows me or watches my show or reads my books, to know that the things that they’re experiencing them that remind them of their loved ones are in heaven, and to know that they’re not alone.
4 – What is she scared of?
A sleep study is scary to me, because I am afraid of the dark, and I think you got to sleep with the lights out, like no TV. So I don’t know how well that would go.
5 – This show is in its 7th season, why does she think it is still going strong?
Oh, simple. Because it’s real. It’s real. It’s my real life. It’s who I am, my clients that are on the show, things that we’re doing, things that are going on in my life. I have child, you know, all my friends, I’m still friends with from, you know, elementary school and stuff like that, and people. One of my dear friends is as a pilot, and he’ll say, he runs into so many people, and it was like, oh, she really can’t be like that, and she’s like, no, I grew up with her, from elementary school up until – still today. I only saw her a couple of weeks ago, and he’s like, she’s – that’s exactly how she is. He’s like, actually she’s a little bit near over the top. Than in person.
6 – Do people recognize her?
it’s just mind-blowing that people know who I am, because I still walk around like and I always say, I’m just Theresa Caputo from Hicksville. I’ll be in Target and people will be like, oh my Gd, what are you doing here? I’m like, I don’t know, what are you doing here? Like I’m just trying to buy some toilet paper, like I’m out of toilet paper, like, you know.
I was in AT&T one day, and this guy came up to me and he’s like, you know, I know who you are and it’s great to see you’re doing regular things. And I looked at him, I go, what do you mean by regular things? What irregular things do I do? And then I was like, oh, wait a minute, yes, I do talk to dead people just a regular thing. But he was so shocked to see me out.
I think people just have a different perception of people when they’re on TV, you know. And it’s like, no, I’m just, you know, I’m just like you. I’m still the same. I always say that I’m just very blessed that I’m able to share my gift, my life, my family with my fans and my clients, and to be able to heal. I always say with every reading that I did, I was healing, you know, one person or a family or a hundred, or when I do my large groups, thousands of people at one time. But with Long Island Medium, I’m able to heal people every week, you know, millions of people at one time. So that is just wild in itself.
7- When they notice her do they ask her for readings?
You know what, they don’t. You know, I think that they’re hoping for that, you know, I’m sure. But, you know, 99% of the time, when my fans or some, they just come up to me and like, I just want to say I love you, I love your show. And they want to share how the show, or my book, had helped them. And to me, it’s just a true validation that I am doing the right thing and using my gift, you know, the right way, and that it is about helping people.