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The host welcomed back a full house to the Ed Sullivan Theater , home of CBS' "The Late Show," on Monday. It was the first time in 15 months that Colbert presented the show in front of a live audience. However, none of those moments truly matched the energy that was in the Ed Sullivan Theater on Monday night. Colbert said with a smile to audience members during the opening monologue. "There's no way of knowing that I've been gone for 15 months," Colbert said after his flub.
Persons: Stephen Colbert, Ed Sullivan, Colbert, Scott Kowalchyk, Stephen, Chris Licht, it'd, Jon Batiste, hadn't, I've, Jon Stewart, Dana Carvey, Joe Biden, Stewart, I'm, Evelyn, Evelyn Colbert Organizations: CNN, CBS, CNN Business, CBS Broadcasting Inc, Ed Sullivan Theater Locations: York, Broadway, New York, United States, South Carolina
Colbert Returns to Live Cheers and a Lively Jon Stewart
  + stars: | 2021-06-15 | by ( James Poniewozik | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
It took Stephen Colbert 15 months to get back in front of a full, live audience telling jokes. Colbert took the stage at the Ed Sullivan Theater Monday after a song-and-dance cold open in which the host reunited with his work trousers. But before he could start his monologue, there was a big hug with his bandleader, Jon Batiste, and there was the audience, standing, cheering, chanting his name. When the noise died down, he asked: “So how ya been?”The ovation was the answer. There was a monologue, of course, just as there had been to crowd upon crowd before Colbert and his peers on other networks delivered rushed goodbyes to empty rooms.
Persons: Stephen Colbert, Colbert, Ed Sullivan, Jon Batiste, We’d,
I'm a longtime SpaceX employee and leader, an active listener, a rancher, of course a wildcat, and an aspiring winemaker. I'm thankful that Dean Ottino has brought a strong focus of this concept and applied it so well here to Northwestern engineering. Work hard, really hard, and be helpful. I love this country and I'm worried about the widening, economic, social and racial divide which was amplified during the pandemic. I haven't helped our country work on these issues yet – I whine a lot about it – and it's time, probably in the very near term, for me to commit and help fix them.
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Stephen Colbert Returns to ‘Late Show’ Stage Before Vaccinated Fans
  + stars: | 2021-06-14 | by ( John Koblin | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
The return to the stage of late night’s highest-rated host was one of the clearest signs yet, in television and in New York cultural life, that things were starting to get back to normal. During an interview in his office last week, Mr. Colbert sounded eager to get back in the spotlight. “I’m like a dog who’s got his head out the window and can smell that we’re near the farm,” he said. The remote version started in March 2020, when Mr. Colbert returned to TV with a surprise monologue from a bubble bath at his home. He broke away from his monologue to complain about Mr. Licht’s hovering presence — “I can’t escape him!” — and other annoyances of lockdown television production.
Persons: Colbert, , who’s, , Stephen Colbert, Chris Licht, Evie, Ed Sullivan Locations: New York
Amazon just announced that it is acquiring MGM Studios in a deal worth $8.45 billion. Through MGM, Amazon could own the rights to the unaired footage of then-reality TV star Donald Trump. It's very exciting and provides so many opportunities for high-quality storytelling," said Mike Hopkins, senior vice president of Prime Video and Amazon Studios, in a statement. In a normal merger, all of a target company's legal obligations transfer to the buyer, including any contractual restrictions that might exist on sharing "Apprentice" footage. Without knowing the details, it's impossible to say what Amazon could do with any Trump tapes it acquires, Talley said.
Persons: Donald Trump, Mike Hopkins, Trump, Bill Pruitt, Mark Burnett, Eric Talley, Talley, Stephen Colbert, Colbert Organizations: Amazon, MGM Studios, MGM, Hollywood, Amazon Studios, MGM Television, Columbia Law School, Trump, Securities, Exchange
(CNN) "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" has been virtual -- until now. Colbert welcomed his first-in studio guest on Thursday night's episode. John Krasinski joined him in Colbert's makeshift office studio in the Ed Sullivan Theater office building. "The Office" star is promoting his film "A Quiet Place Part II," starring his wife, Emily Blunt, which he wrote and directed. Colbert and Krasinski arm wrestled, which Krasinski said he hadn't done since he was 12.
Persons: Stephen Colbert, Colbert, John Krasinski, Ed Sullivan, Emily Blunt, Krasinski, Read Organizations: CNN, Ed Sullivan Theater
(CNN) The role of zany massage therapist Phoebe Buffay made Lisa Kudrow a household name -- but she originally believed she was a better fit for another "Friends" character. Phoebe,'" Kudrow explained. Lisa Kudrow as Phoebe Buffay and Jennifer Aniston as Rachel Green in 'The One With Monica and Chandler's Wedding,' first broadcast in 2001. The 57-year-old may have been on to something, because her initial instinct was recently confirmed after she took to a Buzzfeed quiz to find out which "Friends" character she most resembled. "I thought I was answering questions that would bring me to Phoebe," she said.
Persons: Phoebe Buffay, Lisa Kudrow, Stephen Colbert, Rachel Green's, Jennifer Aniston, Phoebe, Rachel, Kudrow, Rachel Green, Monica Organizations: CNN
I assumed Colbert would ignore that Franco had recently been accused of sexual misconduct. He attempted to do what most men in the entertainment industry wouldn’t: hold another man accountable. During the sketch, Rogen read from a pretend journal: “To make myself feel better I decided to prank James Franco. Colbert used his platform to break the usual code of late night by questioning his guest.”What about Rogen’s statements? If we’re going to earnestly tackle the problem of sexual abuse in Hollywood, we need men to step up and call out abusers, too — and to apologize for their own complicity in a system that silences survivors.
Persons: James Franco, Stephen Colbert ”, Colbert, Franco, we're, shouldn’t, Seth Rogen, , Rogen, ” Rogen, ” Franco, , James, Rogen’s, Jennifer Pozner, “ Seth Rogen's, ” Pozner, Brendan Fraser’s, Marilyn Manson Organizations: CBS, Twitter, Sunday Times, Franco, Times, SNL Locations: Hollywood
Michelle Obama spoke about dealing with "low-grade depression" with Stephen Colbert. She first discussed it last year, attributing it in part to the Trump administration's "hypocrisy." She shared tips on how she copes with it, and emphasized that dealing with mental health was normal. Michelle Obama has shared how she copes with low-grade depression. "Over the course of your life, as you know, this is a part of life.
Persons: Michelle Obama, Stephen Colbert, Trump, Obama Organizations: Trump
Jeff Bezos used to test the Echo Show by asking Alexa to play videos making fun of Donald Trump. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and former President Donald Trump have never exactly seen eye-to-eye. And while Trump's animosity toward Bezos was more public, it appears that Bezos, too, poked fun at Trump behind closed doors. Brad Stone's new book, "Amazon Unbound: Jeff Bezos and the Invention of a Global Empire," chronicles much of Amazon's last decade, including Amazon's shift into new product categories, like the Amazon Echo. According to Stone, Bezos demoed a prototype Echo Show on multiple occasions and would ask Alexa to play videos that mocked Trump: "Alexa, show me the video, 'Donald Trump says "China,'" and "Alexa, play Stephen Colbert's monologue from last night."
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Former First Lady Michelle Obama opened up about the strategies that help her cope with depression, during an interview with CBS' "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" Tuesday. "Over the course of your adulthood, you develop your own tools," Obama, 57, said. In August, Obama shared that she was experiencing "low-grade depression" on an episode of her podcast, "The Michelle Obama Podcast." Particularly during the pandemic when everyone's lives are disrupted, keeping a consistent schedule is also helpful, Obama said. In the interview Tuesday, Obama reiterated that depression and mental health "is a part of life," she said.
Persons: Lady Michelle Obama, Stephen Colbert, Obama, it's, Colbert, Michelle Obama, Malia, Sasha, Trump, George Floyd's Organizations: CBS, Mayo, U.S . Census, Black Locations: U.S
President Joe Biden usually slips into the back pews of the mid-19th-century Catholic church during the priest's entrance procession. Kevin Gillespie, the pastor at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Washington's posh Georgetown neighborhood. Church has been a significant outlet for the nation's second Catholic president during his early days in office. "Proud to marry Brian and Joe at my house," Biden tweeted with a photo of the ceremony. Still a 'regular guy' at churchParishioners at St. Joseph on the Brandywine Roman Catholic Church in Wilmington are used to seeing Biden there.
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President Joe Biden usually slips into the back pews of the mid-19th-century Catholic church during the priest's entrance procession. Church has been a significant outlet for the nation's second Catholic president during his early days in office. "Proud to marry Brian and Joe at my house," Biden tweeted with a photo of the ceremony. Still a 'regular guy' at churchParishioners at St. Joseph on the Brandywine Roman Catholic Church in Wilmington are used to seeing Biden there. or, 'Was that Vice President Biden?'
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Billie Eilish is talking about the reaction to that Vogue cover
  + stars: | 2021-05-11 | by ( Marianne Garvey | ) edition.cnn.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
(CNN) Billie Eilish appeared on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" on Monday night, where she talked about her changing hair styles, performed her new single and discussed her recent British Vogue cover. Colbert wanted to get to the bottom of if Eilish is often wearing a wig nor not, asking if her former jet black and neon green hair was real or not. "I was just as blond then as I am now," Eilish said, admitting the look was a Billie Eilish Halloween costume, wig included, that she bought on Amazon. "I looked f---ing crazy underneath, and I needed to look not-crazy," she explained, saying she needed time to let her platinum blonde hair heal from dying it too much." allowfullscreen>The "Bad Guy" singer also talked about her stunning Vogue shoot and the millions of "likes" she got online after posting it.
Persons: Billie Eilish, Stephen Colbert, Colbert, Eilish, Guy, Read Organizations: CNN Locations: British
A local politician in California compared her opposition to masks to Rosa Parks' civil rights struggle. A California councilwoman compared her opposition to wearing masks to Rosa Parks' struggle against racial segregation, drawing condemnation and ridicule. Watching her compare herself to Rosa Parks really took away my appetite," he said after playing a clip of Alexander's remarks. The Temecula Press Enterprise reported that at a later council meeting Alexander did not mention or apologize for the comments. "Wearing a mask is not a civil rights issue, it's not a civil rights battle," Schwank said.
Persons: Rosa, Stephen Colbert, Rosa Parks, Jessica Alexander, Alexander, I'm, Gandhi, Councilmember Zak Schwank, it's, Schwank Organizations: Rosa Parks, Republicans, Temecula Press Enterprise Locations: California, Montgomery , Alabama, Montgomery
Jon Batiste Found Jazz Through an Unlikely Source: Videogames
  + stars: | 2021-04-27 | by ( Marc Myers | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.96   time to read: +1 min
Jon Batiste, 34, is the music director and bandleader on TV’s “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.” He recently won an Oscar for co-composing the score for the Pixar-animated film “Soul.” His latest album is “We Are” (Verve). A few days after my family took possession of a German shepherd at a local corner store, the dog was killed by a car after running into the street. We had a huge magnolia tree in the front yard. I’d climb the tree to see how high I could jump from a limb without hurting myself. And in the summers, I stayed over at the house of my father’s father, Jean, in Bunche Village.
Persons: Jon Batiste, TV’s, Stephen Colbert, , Marc Myers, Jean Organizations: Pixar Locations: New Orleans, Kenner, Bunche Village
And yet, for some comedy performers -- those for whom a YouTube or TikTok career may not be enough -- hosting is a dream job. Steve Allen, the first "Tonight" host, virtually invented this form of television in the 1950s. With the first "Tonight" show, Weaver wanted Allen to pause regularly for news headlines and weather reports (especially ski conditions). That was a brilliant move, but Paar's real claim to fame was a personality that one of his writers -- and later late-night host himself, Dick Cavett -- simply called "dangerous." Stephen Colbert sent a creative charge through late-night when he managed to host a show for nine years as a sketch character.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson Thinks Science Can Reign Supreme Again
  + stars: | 2021-04-19 | by ( David Marchese | ) www.nytimes.com + 0.00   time to read: +21 min
Mamadi Doumbouya for The New York Times Talk Neil deGrasse Tyson Thinks Science Can Reign Supreme AgainNeil deGrasse Tyson is perhaps the country’s best-known popularizer of science. Neil deGrasse Tyson at the Rose Center at the American Museum of Natural History in New York in 2006. You distinguish between science that’s objectively established as true and science on the frontier. This went higher, this orbited longer, now we’re docking, now we’re going to launch the craft that’s going to the moon, now we go to the moon. I don’t think there’s anything new about the #MeToo movement that people didn’t already know was going on forever.
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Fox News is marketing its two newest shows as counters to "cancel culture." In the marketing campaigns for the two newest shows in the Fox News lineup, the term "cancel culture" was front and center, making explicit the driving force behind the network's post-Trump focus. Instead of President Joe Biden filling it, Trump's social media ban after the Jan. 6 insurrection and preexisting culture wars falling under the umbrella of cancel culture have sustained the network's most viewed programming. What makes Fox distinct in both the cable and streaming landscape is how they use cancel culture as a branding tool. At the margins, the battle is being waged over which viewers Fox can keep from dabbling in alternatives.
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Disney's Peter Rice is asserting control at ABC News as a search for a new head continues. Disney's content boss, Peter Rice, is asserting control at ABC News in the wake of President James Goldston's exit, TV-news insiders said. Meanwhile, Rice, Disney's chairman of General Entertainment Content, is playing a direct role in running the news unit with a group of five executives who are supervising production. Disney has been keen to explore digital news further in conversations with candidates, a person familiar with the interview process said. The new chief is set to inherit a newsroom that's wrestled with internal issues that have drawn attention from Bob Iger, Disney's executive chairman.
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Jay Leno and why Asian jokes have gotten a pass for so long
  + stars: | 2021-04-04 | by ( Claire Wang | ) www.nbcnews.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
Former “Tonight Show” host Jay Leno issued an apology last month for decades of making racist jokes about Asians, a majority of which revolved around the derogatory trope of Koreans eating dog meat. For Asian American comics and entertainers, a heightened awareness about racism in their profession — and the ways in which demeaning punchlines can lead to rampant harassment and violence — is welcome but overdue. Despite growing Asian American representation in mass media, she said, lazy jokes that reinforce harmful stereotypes still permeate open-mic spaces and comedy clubs. Scott Kowalchy / CBS via Getty Images fileProminent comedians across the ideological spectrum have made punchlines out of Asian people and Asian culture. “As a comedian, you have the responsibility to think about how far your jokes are going to trickle down,” he said.
Persons: Jay Leno, , ” Aparna Nancherla, ” Nancherla, Aparna Nancherla, Stephen Colbert, Scott Kowalchy, Gavin McInnes, he’s, , Shane Gillis, Rosie O’Donnell, ” Ronny Chieng, Chieng, Ronny Chieng, Anthony Ocampo, ” Ocampo, , ” Youngmi Mayer, Leno, Mayer, “ they’ve, Bryan Yang, Yang, Organizations: Asian American, Pacific Islanders, Media, Netflix, Comedy Central, NBC Asian, CBS, Getty, Fox News, JEALEX, California Polytechnic State University , Pomona Locations: Atlanta, NBC Asian America, America, Austin , Texas, U.S, New York City
Forget labels, we're all one, says Grammy nominee Jon Batiste
  + stars: | 2021-03-26 | by ( Sarah Mills | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
LONDON (Reuters) - American musician Jon Batiste says he set out to break the confines of genre in his new album, mixing styles and working with the likes of gospel singer Mavis Staples, guitarist Cory Wong and author Zadie Smith. Slideshow ( 4 images )The award winning jazz musician from Louisiana last week released “We Are”, described by Vanity Fair as “a vivid turn from straight jazz to joyful, danceable pop and neo-soul”. “There’s no genre of person. Sitting at his piano, the 34-year-old said he hopes his album will show humans are all connected regardless of their skin colour or gender. “I do think that what’s happening in our time is a crisis of identity, which then leads to ... the problem of apathy,” Batiste said.
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McConnell said Senate negotiations would be a "nuclear winter" if Democrats bin the filibuster. Senate aides told Axios he isn't bluffing, and would use other rules to frustrate Democrats. Mitch McConnell has warned that the Senate would turn into "a sort of nuclear winter" if Democrats scrapped the filibuster. Democrats previously dismissed McConnell's rhetoric about the filibuster, including when he promised earlier this month to go "scorched earth" if Democrats got rid of it. One senior Democratic aide told Axios: "In the end, this would be obstruction for the sake of obstruction."
Persons: McConnell, Axios, bluffing, Mitch McConnell, McConnell isn't bluffing, Insider's Erin Snodgrass, Chuck Schumer, Stephen Colbert, it's, Donald Trump, they'd, Kamala Harris —, Joe Manchin, Kyrsten Organizations: GOP, Capitol, Republican Party, Democratic, Associated Press
(CNN) "Promising Young Woman" and "Borat Subsequent Moviefilm" led the way at the 73rd annual Writers Guild of America Awards on Sunday. *Winner"Better Call Saul," written by Ann Cherkis, Vince Gilligan, Peter Gould, Ariel Levine, Heather Marion, Thomas Schnauz, Gordon Smith, Alison Tatlock; AMC. *Winner"Bad Choice Road" (Better Call Saul), written by Thomas Schnauz; AMC. "JMM" (Better Call Saul), written by Alison Tatlock; AMC. "Something Unforgivable" (Better Call Saul), written by Peter Gould and Ariel Levine; AMC.
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President Joe Biden used a family heirloom Bible for his January 20 inauguration. Read more: Meet 14 Joe Biden family members who could be powerful surrogates — or potential headaches — for the new Democratic president's administrationA close up view of the Biden family Bible. In 2013, Obama's inaugural committee said that Biden's family Bible is five inches thick and has a Celtic cross on its cover, according to USA Today. Bettmann / Contributor via Getty Images"The Biden family Bible looks like it was constructed by monks in the Middle Ages," another Twitter user, Iggy Rodriguez, wrote. Read more:'Democracy has prevailed': President Biden says 'unity is the path forward' in inaugural address.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, Stephen Colbert, Colbert, Jill Biden, Barack Obama's, Beau, Read, Josh Haner, couldn't, Helder Gil, Bettmann, Iggy Rodriguez, Ancestry.com, John F, Kennedy, Joe Biden's Organizations: Democratic, Chicago Tribune, Obama's, USA, Twitter, Amtrak, Joe Biden's White House Locations: Delaware
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