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Daniel Craig says he thinks the upcoming Bond will be his last
August 16th, 2017 under James Bond, Stephen Colbert. [ Comments: none ]

Daniel Craig has played James Bond for times since 2005, and the actor told Stephen Colbert yesterday on The Late Show that he thinks the 5th time will be his last. He explained his decision as, “I just want to go out on a high note and I can’t wait.”

When it comes to his previous comments of that he would rather slash his wrists than play the part again, he said that question was asked to him 2 days after wrapping up Spectre. After working on an action film, you can understand why he would say that.

Are you shaken or stirred that he is leaving the franchise?


Anthony Edwards makes his case to be in Top Gun 2!
June 22nd, 2017 under Stephen Colbert, Tom Cruise/Katie Holmes/Suri. [ Comments: none ]

As soon as Tom Cruise announced that Top Gun 2 was happening, Val Kilmer has been very vocal that he would love to be in it. Iceman is not the only one from the 1986 movie who wants to be in the sequel, Anthony Edwards, who played Goose, made a video for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on why he should be in Top Gun: Maverick even though his character was killed off. He says he can play Ghost Goose. But I say if the Roseanne revival can revive Dan, why can’t Top Gun resurrect Goose? We need him like we have the need, the need for speed. Let us start a petition that Goose should not be goosed from the sequel!


How did Ice Cube get his name?
June 21st, 2017 under Ice Cube, Stephen Colbert. [ Comments: none ]

If you are like Stephen Colbert and me, then you probably have wondered at some point how Ice Cube got his name. Well unlike us, The Late Show host had the chance to ask him, so he did. That was when he explained how is brother gave him the name that he would be known as for the rest of his life.

O’Shea used to try to talk to his older brother’s girlfriends when the called and then one day Clyde gave him a little warning to stop doing that. Cube shared that story on the CBS late night show, “Back in the day, when you had an old refrigerator they would push it on the curve and guys would come by and pick it up. My brother was like, ‘Yo, you know, that refrigerator down the street? Take you down there, I’m slam you in the freezer, when they pull you out, you are going to be Ice Cube.'” After that threat, the actor ran and told his friends not to call him O’Shea anymore because he was going by Ice Cube. To this day, he has kept that cool name!

As cool as it is, I was hoping for a much cooler explanation. Like his friends and him had an ice cube eating contest and he won. Or on a hot Compton day, he sat on an ice cube until it melted. Or under difficult a situation, he remained as solid as an ice cube. Or he got into a Fist Fight (I loved that movie) with someone and took them out with a sock full of ice cubes? How did you think he got the name?


BTWF roles: Milo Ventimiglia on Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
June 19th, 2017 under Before They Were Famous, Stephen Colbert, This Is Us. [ Comments: none ]

Before Milo Ventimiglia was married with triplets on This Is Us, he was hooking up at parties on Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. How cute was the 18 year old in that 1995 episode?
Here he is talking about his first paid acting job on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.


Stephen Colbert & Green Day sing Camptown Races to Good Riddance’s melody
April 4th, 2017 under Stephen Colbert. [ Comments: none ]

Stephen Colbert had Green Day on the show and he wanted to sing their Good Riddance (Time of Your Life) with them on The Late Show, but CBS balked at the cost to do it. The host and the band found a way around the pricey tag and played the song with different lyrics. Instead, of using the lyrics that were made notorious on Seinfeld’s series finale, they searched through the Public Domain files to find one that works with the melody of the tune. That free song’s words are Camptown Races and it is very scary how well it works. Almost as scary as the fact that Green Day looks just like they did when they released their biggest hit almost 20 years ago. Yeah, its that old.

Now, I have to say something about Stephen Colbert, this is the second bit he has done in a week that he copied from The Late Late Show with James Corden. First, he had Marisa Tomei do a play with only Lady Gaga’s lyrics for the script, just like Corden does by acting out a Soap Opera scene using a singer’s lyrics. And now he is updating Public Domain songs because they can’t sing the real one. That is so not cool. I know late night shows steal from each other, but it is never ever cool. Be original or get a new job.

What do you think of Colbert stealing ideas from the man who follows him? I mean to me, it makes him no better than the man he makes fun of all of the time.


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