HEROIN BUST (01/24/1997)
Undercover detectives got a tip they'd find heroin in an Orange County house. And they did. They found so much in fact, they called in the Federal Drug Enforcement Agency.
DL Hughley
Interview
ARCHIVE DL Hughley
Comedian DL Hughley COVID-19 positive after fainting onstage
ENTERTAINMENT DAILY: ENT3- BROTHERS
TAPE_NUMBER: EF01/0290 IN_TIME: 14:32:55 LENGTH: 04:39 SOURCES: APTN/SCREEN GEMS RESTRICTIONS: FEED: log with tape SCRIPT: xfa English/Nat TITLE: THE BROTHERS LOCATION: LOS ANGELES DATE: MARCH 11TH 2001 Dubbed "Refusing to Exhale" by director Gary Hardwick, "THE BROTHERS" traces the hilarious journey of four African-American men as they take on love, sex, friendship and two of life's most terrifying prospects, honesty and commitment. Smart, successful and sexy, Jackson Smith (Morris Chestnut), Brian Palmer (Bill Bellamy), Derrick West (D.L. Hughley) and Terry White (Shemar Moore) are four African-American "yuppies" (a banker, a doctor, a lawyer, and a "playboy") who call themselves "The Brothers." They're lifelong friends brought together to weather love's innate terrors and occasional triumphs in a comic exploration of the battle between the sexes. Amidst the career track, basketball and bar hopping, "The Brothers" love women but when the playboy gets engaged, it tests the foursome's friendship and changes their dating habits forever. The movie is Gary Hardwick's first as director. He previously wrote the screenplay for Trippin'. He also acts in "The Brothers". This is Shemar Moore's first major big screen role. DL Hughley was previously in Inspector Gadget. Morris Chestnut also starred in GI Jane, The Last Boy Scout and Boyz in the Hood and Bill Bellamy was in Fled and Oliver Stone's Any Given Sunday. Actress and singer Tatyana Ali as Cherie, Nadege Auguste as Ursula and Julie Benz as Jesse Caldwell provide the love interests. The film opens in the United States on 23rd March. For further information contact: Screen Gems Inc. SHOTLIST: 1. CLIP - THE BROTHERS 2. SOT - SHEMAR MOORE 3. CLIP - THE BROTHERS 3. SOT MORRIS CHESTNUT 4. CLIP - THE BROTHERS 5. SOT BILL BELLAMY 6. CLIP - THE BROTHERS 7. SOT - DL HUGHLEY 8. CLIP - THE BROTHERS 9. SOT - SHEMAR MOORE - 10. CLIP - THE BROTHERS?
CONTEMPORARY STOCK FOOTAGE
AUDIO DROPS IN AND OUT THROUGHOUT TAPE, NAACP IMAGE AWARDS, TIA AND TAMERA MOWRY, MARIAH CAREY, CICELY TYSON, HALLE BERRY;INT WS Audience and stage, Mariah Carey walks on stage...there is no audio right now So I have no idea what's going on; YAY AUDIO!! Will Smith, Jeffery Thompson, Bertie Knox, Ananda Lewis, Jamal Moore Present Award for Actress in Comedy Series; Holly Robinson Pete, Pam Grier, Tia & Tamera Mowry (what year is this?), Vivica A Fox, Tia and Tamera win and audio goes out; Mowry family, David Allen Grier, Jennifer Holliday present award for actor in comedy series, DL Hughley, Jaime Foxx, Steve Harvey;Steve Harvey wins, Lucy Liu presents w/ some guy (audio is out again) I can read lips The award is for Drama series actor; Ossie Davis, Ossie Davis wins, BLACK SCREEN (still waiting for audio to come back), Mariah Carey, Morgan Freeman; VAR archival stills and performance by Kathleen Battle, Various albums featuring Battle, Battle sings Performs var; Morgan Freeman, Kathleen Battle accepts special award, Standing ovation, WS Looking at stage and OTS audience, Looking at audience; Mariah Carey, Vacant podium, HS Audience, Keenan & Kel and actress from BOY MEETS WORLD Present award to child actors;Vacant stage and single microphone All alone, Don Cheadle, Cicely Tyson, Halle Berry, Diahann Carrol, Queen Latifah, Tyson wins; OTS Will Smith claps for Cicely Tyson, Holly Robinson Pete (AND AUDIO COMES BACK!!), Don Cheadle, Leon (guy has one name); Blair Underwood wins for Mama Flora's Family, BLACK SCREEN, I think the guy on stage is a comedian but I am not sure;Z-IN to stage Halle Berry and Laurenz Tate (I think), ARCHIVAL STILLS about Blacks, NAACP, Lynches, B/W Black and white soldiers; B/W STILLS for NAACP movement, Black stereotyped cartoons, var civil rights images, MLK, March on Washington, Clinton @ NAACP event; More presenters but I don't know them because audio dropped out again (sigh), Temptations telefilm wins big award; Curtain rises on fancy stage, Dark stage, Screen lowers w/ weird light patterned bg Audience moves around;
CONTEMPORARY STOCK FOOTAGE
'NEWSFEED: 12/25-12/26/01' WRECKED TRAIN, ARGENTINA, BRAZIL, GROUND ZERO, GIULLIANI, EMPIRE BLDG, AIRPORTS, OSAMA, TARA LIPINSKI; NO TITLE CARD, MED policeman, WS crowd gathered around twisted metal wreck, MED crowd around hole, MED man digging out body parts; NO CARD(cont) CU dead man, WS big group + train, VAR people wait, ambulance, WS train wreck, OTS security on phone, WS station front; DX/INT ARGENTINA/HISTORY MAKING DEFAULT, WS TILT-D BLDG entrance, INT VARWS diplomats enter/talk to press, VAR talk in boardroom; INT/DX ARGENTINA (cont) VAR diplomats talk/smoke, DX VAR citezens @ street markets, Z-OUT broken glass put down, WS man folds glass; DX AGENTINA (cont) VAR diplomat speaks to elderwomen, 50's-70's, in nice embassy like room; DX/NX MARINE CHRISTMAS TO BIN, TALKHEAD, VAR marines exchange presents, WS marines in church service; DX NO TITLE CARD, FS grounded metal debris, WS 4 troops lined, 1 w-binoculars, WS 2 jeeps travel road, WS 2 helicopters over base; DX NO CARD(cont) Z-OUT Israeli tower w-flag, PAN-L ambulance, FS helicopter, VAR ambulance arrives, unloads helicopter takes off; DX BRAZIL/HUGE FLOATING TREE, WS big wooden tree/middle of bay @ Rio de Ganeiro, WS 4 on boat crewing, VAR floating tree; NX BRAZIL(cont) VAR big wooden tree lit up, FS water reflects city lights, VAR tree lit up; DX NO TITLE CARD, WS GROUND ZERO, 2 contruction scoopers @work, 2 workers move down on frame lower right; NX EMPIRE STATE BLDG, AERIAL footage going around GFX SNEAKER BOMBER MASSAOUI ACCOMPLICE? GFX drawing, judge +suspect INT GIULIANI/GROUND ZERO, VARGiuliani @ Salvation Army soup kitchen serving food, signs autographs, TALK HEAD,eats w/volunteers; INT XMAS TRAVEL/LOGAN WS Asian man(20's) hall, TALK HEAD, OTS trucker, LS ticket agents @counters, VAR soldiers do security check; DX NO TITLE CARD, GROUND ZERO, WS Z-IN firefighters +medics line up to ambulance to load found body, disperses when car leaves; DX NO TITLE CARD, VAR Osama Bin Ladin, sits, smiles, outside w/others; DX NO TITLE CARD, WS Air Force One, stairs come out, car pulls up; INT NO TITLE CARD, WS travelers/long lines @ airport, VAR @ airport security, VAR security check tickets, LS full terminals; DX/INT NO CARD(cont) VAR OASQ BLDG, CU hand ticket to security, TALK HEAD, MED feet walkin lines, Z-OUT security passes line; INT/DX NO CARD (cont) FS luggage fall into carousel, TALK HEAD, VAR many people wait in line, DX 737 commercial airliner ascends; INT NO CARD(cont) VAR TALK HEADS passengers; INT GOT MILK? SATELLITE MEDIA TOUR W-TORIBIO PRADO, VAR Toribio @ table w/ingredients including MILK, VAR CU blender, measure cups; INT 'CHRISTMAS' MILK COMMERCIAL in Spanish, VAR shotsof ingredients, good looking food + milk, VAR Got Milk? commercial w-Santa; DX STARS ON ICE 'HITS THE ICE', Z-OUT MTN to Lake Placid sign, PAN WS lake, Z-OUT Lake Placid Olympic Center; INT STARS(cont) MED Tara Lipinski lacing her skates, VAR Tara rehearses + practices skating on ice, MED Tara picks out costumes; INT STARS (cont) VAR Tara stretches out + exercises, VAR Tara gets her hair done by Luke O'Connor, she applies make-up; INT STARS (cont) show footage, MED Tara w-redress/boa, VAR Tara w-white dress performing, TALK HEAD Tara, Luke O'Connor; DX OLYMPIC TORCH RELAY, WS silhouetted man lights olympic flame, CU olympic torch, GFX map of US, MED Dan Jensen shows stretches; DX TORCH (cont) MED Asian woman, 20s, handed torch, FS 5 torch held together, TALK HEAD Dan Jensen, VAR people practice w-torch; INT TORCH (cont) MED TALK HEAD, VAR people @ podium, shake hands, get paper, CU web page for Chevy/Olympics; INT SPRINT PROMO, CU dial cordless phone, CU woman, 20s, w-same phone, VAR literature/calling card gifts, TALKHEAD, VAR card kiosk; INT SPRINT PROMO, CU put call card in greeting card, OTS customer purchases call card, FS gift basket w/card, FS card + dial phone; INT SPRINT (cont) VAR woman, 30's, on phone, VAR woman, 20s, on phone, MED no faces, card purchase, CU call card, TALKHEAD; INT SPRINT (cont) additional B-ROLL, same shots as line 33-35, new footage - VAR woman, 20s, enters store, picks out card, buys it; DX/INT, NO TITLE CARD, LS African American teen walk, MED teen looking @ art, FS art, TALK HEAD; DX BUSH/WACO ARRIVAL, MED Pres Grg W Bush out of Air Force One, he carries dog, waves, walks down stairs w/ entourage; INT WORLDS BUSIEST AIRPORT, VAR people wait in line, CU departure screen, WS long lines, CU feet walk, WS security, TALK HEAD; NX D.L. HUGHLEY, TALK HEAD @ premiere;
ShowBiz Minute (CR)
ShowBiz Minute: Hughley. Johnson. Cobain
Entertainment US BFCA Highlights - Show highlights and backstage reactions
NAME: US BFCA SHOW 20080108E TAPE: EF08/0035 IN_TIME: 10:09:58:24 DURATION: 00:07:00:17 SOURCES: VH1, AP Entertainment DATELINE: RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details SHOT LIST VH1 - Please chyron/aston credit: VH1 - No re-use/re-sale without clearance Los Angeles, 7 January 2008 1. Wide of stage for 13th Annual Critics' Choice Awards 2. Host D.L. Hughley talking about Brad Pitt and Sean Penn's Katrina efforts 3. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie clapping in audience 4. D.L Hughley talking 5. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie seated in audience 6. George Clooney seated in audience 7. Javier Bardem seated in audience 8. Sean Penn seated in audience 9. D.L. Hughley presenting Katie Holmes 10. Katie Holmes walking on stage 11. Katie Holmes presenting award for Best Comedy to "Juno" 12. Cast of "Juno" in audience standing up/ hugging 13. George Clooney on stage talking about the strike 14. Wide of stage 15. Don Cheadle on stage talking about writers strike 16. Eddie Izzard standing on stage 17. Eddie Izzard talking about writers strike 18. Chris O' Donnell seated in audience 19. Eddie Izzard talking about writers strike 20. D.L. Hughley talking to Javier Bardem in audience 21. George Clooney seated in audience 22. Emile Hirsch seated in audience 23. Daniel Day Lewis seated in audience 24. Marcia Gay Harden presenting award for Best Actor 25. Daniel Day Lewis accepting award for Best Actor 26. George Clooney clapping 27. Sean Penn and Emile Hirsch seated in audience 28. Critics presenting Best Picture award to "No Country for Old Men" 29. Marisa Tomei on stage 30. Javier Bardem seated in audience 31. Hal Holbrook seated in audience 32. Casey Affleck seated in audience 33. Marisa Tomei presenting award for Best Supporting Actor 34. Javier Bardem standing up 35. Javier Bardem accepting award for Best Supporting Actor 36. Don Cheadle seated in audience 37. Brad Pitt clapping 38. Wide of stage 39. George Clooney presenting Joel Siegel Award to Don Cheadle 40. Don Cheadle standing/ walking towards stage 41. Wide of stage 42. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie standing/ clapping 43. Wide of stage 44. Sean Penn standing 45. Don Cheadle accepting award 46. Wide of George Clooney on stage with Don Cheadle 47. Don Cheadle speaking on stage 48. Emily Deschanel presenting award for Best Young Actress to Nikki Blonsky 49. Nikki Blonsky screaming 50. Nikki Blonsky accepting award for Best Young actress 51. Cast of "Hair Spray" winning Best Acting Ensemble 52. Queen Latifah speaking on stage accepting award for Best Acting Ensemble AP Entertainment Los Angeles, 7 January 2008 53. Wide of backstage press room 54. SOUNDBITE (English) Nikki Blonsky/Actor talking about Golden Globes: "It really means a lot the fact that this is my first film people are being nice enough to nominate me for awards like tonight and for the Golden Globes really it feels like incredible." (Reporter: Will you go to Golden Globes?) 55. SOUNDBITE (English) Queen Latifah/Actor talking about Nikki Blonsky and Golden Globes: "Well she still does you never know what can happen." 56. SOUNDBITE (English) Alison Janney/Actor talking about Golden Globes being cancelled: "I am upset that Ellen (Page) won't be able to be there to receive her award seriously I am upset for Ellen and for all the first time nominees that don't get to experience what that's like I am sad for them but I think we all support the writers and are happy to stand behind and show solidarity but it was disappointing." 57. Alison Janney on stage CRITICS CHOICE AWARDS "No Country for Old Men" was the big winner at Monday's (7 January, 2008) Critics' Choice Awards in Los Angeles, winning best picture, best director for brothers Joel and Ethan Coen and best supporting actor for Javier Bardem. Awards came in pairs for three other films: "Hairspray," "Juno" and "There Will Be Blood." The cast of "Hairspray" was named best acting ensemble and its breakout star, Nikki Blonsky, won best young actress. The 19-year-old said backstage that she isn't too upset that the Golden Globes brodcast was cancelled and she won't be able to attend. The teen-pregnancy film "Juno" collected trophies for best comedy and for screenwriter Diablo Cody. "There Will Be Blood" earned the best actor honour for star Daniel Day-Lewis, and composer Jonny Greenwood won best composer for his haunting score of the film. The Writers Guild of America strike, which began Nov. 5, has effectively shut down Hollywood and cast a pall over Tinseltown's awards season. But the Critics' Choice Awards, presented by the Broadcast Film Critics Association at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium and broadcast live on VH1, wasn't covered by guild contracts. Julie Christie won best actress for "Away From Her," but she wasn't on hand to accept her prize. Also absent was best young actor Ahmad Khan Mahmoodzada, star of "The Kite Runner," and supporting actress Amy Ryan, who co-starred opposite Casey Affleck in "Gone Baby Gone." "Enchanted" won best family film, "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee" was best made-for-TV movie and "Sicko" was best documentary feature. George Clooney, a nominee for his starring turn in "Michael Clayton," presented the inaugural Joel Siegel Award to Don Cheadle for his humanitarian work. Before introducing his friend, Clooney noted the impact of the Hollywood writers' strike on the city. "This is a one-industry town and when a strike happens it's not just writers or actors, it's restaurants and hotels and agencies," he said. "And our hope is that all of the players involved will lock themselves in a room and not come out until they finish." Cheadle also acknowledged the strike, saying it kept him from writing an acceptance speech. The Broadcast Film Critics Association, which represents more than 200 TV, radio and online critics from the United States and Canada, founded the Critics' Choice Awards in 1995. "Into the Wild," written and directed by Sean Penn, had a leading seven nominations but didn't win any. The Golden Globes, the ceremony known for getting Hollywood's awards season off to a rollicking start, will be reduced to a news conference Sunday (13 January, 2008) by the writers strike and will likely draw picket lines and lack star power. Alison Janney of "Juno" said that she is saddened for her young co-star who has a lot of awards show buzz surrounding her. " I am upset that Ellen (Page) won't be able to be there to receive her award," Alison Janney said backstage at the Critics Choice Awards. "I am upset for Ellen and for all the first time nominees that don't get to experience what that's like I am sad for them but I think we all support the writers and are happy to stand behind and show solidarity - but it was disappointing." Despite the revamped ceremony announced Monday (7 January, 2008) by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the Screen Actors Guild said it was encouraging its members to skip the show in support of the two-month walkout by the Writers Guild of America. The developments stand as an ominous sign for the Academy Awards, which are scheduled to air Feb. 24 on ABC. The writers guild refused to grant waivers for its members to work on the Oscars or the Globes.
DL Hughley
Stand-Up Routine
Entertainment Blue Collar Comedy - Find out if you're a redneck with Blue Collar comedy
TAPE: EF03/0281 IN_TIME: 14:52:12 / 21:30:00 DURATION: 2:19 SOURCES: Warner Brothers RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film clips without clearance DATELINE: na SHOTLIST 1. Clip Trailer - 'Blue Collar Comedy:The Tour' 2. SOT Jeff Foxworthy: "We never really make stuff up, it is just things that happen. Our lives, our kids, our girlfriends, I was just delighted to find that there were as many other people as disfunctional as my family." 3. Clip - 'Blue Collar Comedy: The Tour' 4. SOT Bill Engvall: "The reason I think it got so big was because everyone has asked a stupid question, before it is out, oh no, and I think because of that that is what America really tuned into, here is a guy that has found something that everyone has done." 5. Clip - 'Blue Collar Comedy: The Tour' 6. SOT Larry the Cable Guy: "I may have some sort of award on there, but the other ones I'd have not much of a shot with - my ??? they have got good careers but I don't see no award for them. I may have a shot at some sort of whatever." 7. Clip - 'Blue Collar Comedy: The Tour' LAUGHING UNTIL YOU'RE BLUE IN THE FACE The number one comedy concert of the past two years, The Blue Collar Comedy Tour, starring renowned comedians Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall, Ron White and Larry the Cable Guy, has packed theatres across America and created legions of enthusiastic new fans at every stop. Following on the success of "The Original Kings of Comedy," the Spike Lee-directed concert film featuring black comics Steve Harvey, Bernie Mac, Cedric the Entertainer and D.L. Hughley, a movie about the quartet of the blue-collar comics and their warm brand of red-neck humour is set for release. A triumphant runaway hit, the Tour has also produced a best-selling live album, 'The Blue Collar Comedy Tour Live,' released in November 2001. Now a side-splitting feature film, 'Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie' brings the exhilaration of this concert experience to the screen with live footage from one of the Tour's recent sold-out performances.
MAN MEETS GIRL / RAPES AND STABS HER
A TALLAHASSEE WOMAN AND HER CHILD ARE SAFELY BACK AT HOME. THAT'S AFTER THE TWO WERE KIDNAPPED AND THE WOMAN SEXUALLY ASSAULTED EARLY THIS MORNING. AUTHORITIES ARRESTED 28 YEAR OLD CHRIS HUGHLEY ALSO OF TALLAHASSEE AT THIS SOUTH MONROE STREET SHOPPING CENTER. DEPUTIES SAY HE BROKE INTO THE WOMAN'S JACKSON BLUFF HOME AND AT KNIFE POINT TOOK HER TO A VACANT HOUSE AND RAPED HER. THE SUSPECT THEN RETURNED TO THE WOMAN’S HOUSE AND TOOK THE BABY. TAKE SOT THE BABY WAS LATER RECOVERED AT A TALLAHASSEE DAY CARE CENTER. THAT'S WHERE HUGHLEY DROPPED THE 10 MONTH OLD CHILD. HUGHLEY HAS BEEN CHARGED WITH MULTIPLE COUNTS OF KIDNAPPING...SEXUAL ASSAULT AND BURGLARY.
Entertainment US BCFA - Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, George Clooney at critics choice awards
NAME: US BFCA WRAP 20080108Ex TAPE: EF08/0035 IN_TIME: 10:23:57:08 DURATION: 00:09:12:08 SOURCES: AP Ent/VH1 DATELINE: Santa Monica, January 7th 2008 RESTRICTIONS: Check script for details SHOTLIST AP Entertainment Santa Monica, 07 January 2008 1. Wide exterior of the Santa Monica Civic Center 2. Wide of marquee 3. Wide pan left of fans 4. Wide of arrivals 5. Camera cutaway 6. Wide of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt posing for photographers 7. Javier Bardem poses for photographers 8. Camera cutaway 9. George Clooney on arrivals 10. George Clooney speaks to reporter 11. SOUNDBITE (English) George Clooney/Best Actor nominee for "Michael Clayton": "Brad is expensive as a presenter. He's not cheap, that's for sure. Brad and Angie? You can't afford them." (Reporter: "I know you can make jokes with each other. Tell us one true funny thing about Don Cheadle.") SOUNDBITE (English) George Clooney/Actor: "There's nothing funny about Don Cheadle. Let me tell you. Trust me. Nothing at all. I don't like him, I don't know him. I don't even work with him really." (Reporter: "A time that he was there for you?") SOUNDBITE (English) George Clooney/Actor: "Plenty of times. We spent a lot of time together. We went to China and to Turkey and to Egypt together and we've done a lot of things. We were at the U.N. (United Nations) together. We've spent a lot of time together." (Reporter: "Did you go on a camel together?") SOUNDBITE (English) George Clooney/Actor: "We didn't go on a camel together. I've never been asked that actually. Not even in Dubai." 12. Don Cheadle poses for photographers 13. Don Cheadle speaks to reporter 14. SOUNDBITE (English) Don Cheadle/Awarded Joel Siegel Award: "It's great. It's great to be mentioned alongside someone who really kind of walked the talk and used his recognition and his cache to work on issue that he thought were important. It's what I tried to do. So it's nice to be honoured in that way." 15. Queen Latifah speaks to reporter 16. SOUNDBITE (English) Queen Latifah/Actor: "The thing about the People's Choice Awards that'd different than everybody else, it's the people's choice awards. So as much as we actors and writers and everyone are dealing with the writer's strike and supporting the writer's guild. We can't disrespect the people who keep us working. So ten million people logged on and voted for everyone so out of respect we had to do it." 17. Nikki Blonksy speaks to reporter 18. Wide of arrivals VH1 - Please chyron/aston credit: VH1++No re-use/re-sale without clearance++ Los Angeles, 7 January 2008 19. Wide of stage for 13th Annual Critics' Choice Awards 20. Host D.L. Hughley talking about Brad Pitt and Sean Penn's Katrina efforts 21. Katie Holmes walking on stage 22. Katie Holmes presenting award for Best Comedy to "Juno" 23. Cast of "Juno" in audience standing up/ hugging 24. D.L. Hughley talking to Javier Bardem in audience 25. George Clooney seated in audience 26. Marcia Gay Harden presenting award for Best Actor 27. Daniel Day Lewis accepting award for Best Actor 28. Critics presenting Best Picture award to "No Country for Old Men" 29. Marisa Tomei presenting award for Best Supporting Actor 30. Javier Bardem accepting award for Best Supporting Actor 31. George Clooney presenting Joel Siegel Award to Don Cheadle 32. Don Cheadle accepting award 33. Emily Deschanel presenting award for Best Young Actress to Nikki Blonsky 34. Nikki Blonsky screaming 35. Nikki Blonsky accepting award for Best Young actress 36. Cast of "Hairspray" winning Best Acting Ensemble 37. Queen Latifah speaking on stage accepting award for Best Acting Ensemble CRITICS' CHOICE AWARDS The 13th Annual Critics' Choice Awards took place in Santa Monica on Monday (07 January,) with Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and George Clooney being just some of the big Hollywood names to attend the ceremony. "No Country for Old Men" was the big winner at Monday's Awards, winning best picture, best director for brothers Joel and Ethan Coen and best supporting actor for Javier Bardem. Bardem accepted for the absent Coens, saying, "I'm the third brother, the Spanish one." Awards came in pairs for three other films: "Hairspray," "Juno" and "There Will Be Blood." The cast of "Hairspray" was named best acting ensemble and its breakout star, Nikki Blonsky, won best young actress. The 19-year-old thanked "my mommy who's sitting here crying and my other mommy who's at home, John Travolta." Travolta famously cross-dressed to play Edna Turnblad. The teen-pregnancy film "Juno" collected trophies for best comedy and for screenwriter Diablo Cody. "There Will Be Blood" earned the best actor honour for star Daniel Day-Lewis, and composer Jonny Greenwood won best composer for his haunting score of the film. Julie Christie won best actress for "Away From Her," but she wasn't on hand to accept her prize. Also absent was best young actor Ahmad Khan Mahmoodzada, star of "The Kite Runner," and supporting actress Amy Ryan, who co-starred opposite Casey Affleck in "Gone Baby Gone." Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova, who won best song for their work in "Once," also skipped the ceremony. The cooking comedy "Ratatouille" won best animated film. "Enchanted" won best family film, "Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee" was best made-for-TV movie and "Sicko" was best documentary feature. The critics chose "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" as the best foreign film. Director Julian Schnabel was humbled by his win. Asked backstage how he felt, Schnabel said, "a little drunk and pleasantly surprised." George Clooney, a nominee for his starring turn in "Michael Clayton," presented the inaugural Joel Siegel Award to Don Cheadle for his humanitarian work. Before introducing his friend, Clooney told AP Entertainment about all the travelling he and Cheadle have done together as part of their humanitarian work. "We spent a lot of time together. We went to China and to Turkey and to Egypt together and we've done a lot of things. We were at the U.N. together. We've spent a lot of time together," Clooney said. Cheadle coyly expressed his happiness on receiving the award: "It's great to be mentioned alongside someone who really kind of walked the talk and used his recognition and his cache to work on issue that he thought were important. It's what I tried to do." "Into the Wild," written and directed by Sean Penn, had a leading seven nominations but didn't win any. The Broadcast Film Critics Association, which represents more than 200 TV, radio and online critics from the United States and Canada, founded the Critics' Choice Awards in 1995.
Gore on NASA (08/03/1998)
Gore was in Cleveland, Ohio this afternoon.
WHITE HOUSE
WHITE HOUSE COFFEE TAPES / FUNDRAISING TAPES RELEASED BY LANNY DAVIS APPROXIMATELY 100 HOURS OF WHITE HOUSE TAPES ARE EXPECTED TO BE RELEASED TO THE MEDIA. ( VIDEO TAPES, VIDEO TAPE, PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON , DNC CAMPAIGN ) CONTINUATION OF CLINTON REMARKS AT SAOPHONE CLUB 96/02/15 5:06:30 CLINTON TAKES PODIUM 5:07:15 CLOSER SHOT 5:08:30 VISITING FLOODS 5:11:37 FOREIGN POLICY 5:16:44 END OF TAPE 1 OF 2 5:16:54 EXTREME WIDESHOT OF CLINTON 5:18:18 CLINTON WALKS OFFSTAGE 5:18:48 END OF TAPE 2 END OF TAPE #56 5:23:44 APPLAUSE 5:24:42 " I THINK WE REACHED AN AGREEMENT ON THE DEBATES." DOLE THINKS PEROT TAKES AWAY FROM US. TODAY IT APPEARS WE AGREE TO THREE DEBATES. ONE VICE PRESIDENTIAL AND TWO PRESIDENTIAL DEBATES. 5:26:55 DOLE WANTS TO GO TO SAN DIEGO...BECAUSE IT IS DOMINATED BY REPUBLICANS. THAT IS OKAY WITH ME, I CARRIED IT BEFORE AND THAT WAS THE FIRST TIME..." 5:27:43 " THE DEBATES WOULD BE ONE AND A HALF HOUR LONG DEBATES... ANY SUBJECT. THE OTHER THING THAT HAS BEEN VERY INTERESTING IS THE SIZE THAT HAS BEEN COMING TO OUR MEETING. IT IS THE SORT THAT HAPPENS A FEW WEEKS BEFORE THE ELECTION..." 5:29:24 35000(?) IN WASHINGTON STANDING IN THE RAIN. IT'S BEEN VERY MOVING. THE ONLY TROUBLING THING ABOUT THE ELCTION. A LOT OF THE UNDECIDED VOTERS ARE THE PEOPLE...THE THING HOLDING THEM BACK IS TYE OLD FEELING OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY THINKING... RELENTLESS TAXES ON ME." 5:30:50 " I THINK WE'RE IN GOOD SHAPE. DO WELL IN THE DEBATES AND KEEP BEING PRESIDENT..." 05:31:29 ' THE THINGS THAT STOOD OUT WAS MY COMMITTMENT TO HELPIONG PEOPLE GO TO COLLEGE..." 5:32:18 " I DON'T KNOW WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN. CONGRESS I THINK WE MAY BE ABLE TO WIN THE HOUSE BACK BECAUSE NEWT HAS MESSED UP SO MUCH. IN THE SENAT IT IS ZANY..." I THINK THE BEST THING FOR ME TO DO IS TO KEEP A POSITIVE ATTITUDE...I THINK WE WILL WIN BECAUSE WE ARE ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF HISTORY. THERE ARE FIVE OR 6 PERIODS IN AMERICAN HISTORY WHERE WE NEEDED CHANGE AND THIS IS ONE OF THOSE TIME..." 5:34:17 " WE BELIEVE AMERICAN BUSINESS CAN DO WELL AND STILL SUPPORT STRONG FAMILY ISSUES..." 5:35:11 " IN SAN DIEGO...BRIDGE COMMENT FROM DOLE... THOSE ARE PRETTY GOOD BUMPER STICKER ISSUES OF WHAT WE ARE DEALING WITH." 5:36:47 ' THIS TIME WE'RE GLOBAL... WORK AND FAMILY HAS CHANGED DRAMATICALLY OVER THE YEARS. WE NEED TO BALANCE THESE THINGS...IT IS HUGHLEY IMPORTANT..." 5:38:15 " HOW DO YOU DO IT? NAPS. DON'T DRINK, DRINK WATER...." 5:39:40 UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN TALKS ABOUT HILLARY'S BOOK AND HOW SHE KNEW WHAT IT SAID, BUT IT WAS IMPORTANT THAT SHE ( HILLARY ) SAID IT. THE WOMAN BREAKS DOWN IN TEARS. 5:20:46 " HILLARY AND I BELIEVE IT IS SAFE TO DO DRUGS. THERE'S A LARGER ISSUE HERE...MOST AMERICAN ARE WORKING HARDER THAN THEY DID 25 YEARS AGO. THE SINGLE MOST DIFFICULT THING FOR PEOPLE TO DO IS TO RAISE A FAMILY...FAMILY LEAVE.....WELFARE REFORM BILL." 5:44:07 " ONE THING ALL OF YOU CAN DO IS TO CONSIDER WHAT OUT COMMON RESPONSIBILITIES ARE...REGARDING WELFARE. IF EVERY EMPLOYER TOOK IN A PERSON OFF OF WELFARE...WE COULD SOLVE WELFARE OVER NIGHT AND IMPROVE PARENTING. 5:46:50 " WE OUGHT TO HAVE A COMMUNITY BASE WELFARE SYSTEM." 5:54:00 END OF TAPE 5:54:23 " EVERYTHING I DO FOR IMMIGRATIONS LAWS..." 5:56:34 " THE DIVERSITY OF OUR COUNTRY WILL DETERMINE OUR SUCCESS." 5:57:42 " YOU HAVE TO KNOW THE CANDIDATES...PEOPLE DON'T LIKE THE PRESIDENT TO TELL THEM HOW VOTE JUST LIKE THEY DON'T WANT ANYONE ELSE TO..." 5:59:34 " MEXICO AND COLUMBIA...THE NATIONAL AGENCIES HAVE TO MAKE A GOOD FAIT TO COOPERATE WITH US. THERE ARE A LOT OF COLUMBIANS THAT WANT TO FIGHT THIS." MEXICO IS DIFFERENT. POLICE CORRUPTION. THE GOVERNMENT SENT IN TROOPS TO TRY TO CLEAN UP THE POLICE...."
Voorhees - New - Videos
LOOKING FOR SOMETHING NEW IN YOUR VIDEO STORE? SARA VOORHEES TELLS US ABOUT SOME NEW MOVIES AVAILABLE TODAY ON VIDEO
Entertainment US Mac and Hayes - The late Bernie Mac and Isaac Hayes, who both appear in Soul Man, are remembered by cast mates
NAME: US MACANDHAYES 20081022Ex TAPE: EF08/1068 IN_TIME: 10:24:38:03 DURATION: 00:02:33:20 SOURCES: AP Entetainemnt/Weinstein Company DATELINE: Los Angeles, 18 October 2008 RESTRICTIONS: No re-use/re-sale of film/ TV clips without clearance SHOTLIST No re-use/re-sale of film/ TV clips without clearance The Weinstein Company 1. Film Clip: 'Soul Men' Associated Press Los Angeles, 18 October 2008 2. SOUNDBITE (English) Samuel Jackson/Actor - on long time friend Bernie Mac: "(Reporter: Is it weird he is not here?) It's even weirder that he never saw the movie. That happens too you know because we used to talk about 'I wonder what this is going to look like,' or 'I can't wait to see this' after we have done it so it was that kind of thing. So we were friends because I used to have this golf tournament down in Bermuda. Bernie used to come down do my comedy night before anybody knew who Bernie was. So he was the host of my comedy night. We used to talk about blowing up and being famous and doing all this stuff and all of that. Then when he got famous he was here in LA and I never saw him because he was too busy doing his TV show everyday. I didn't go by and bother him I would run into him at functions we got to get together. Then he would go back to Chicago and we didn't get together. So we finally got this together." The Weinstein Company 3. Film Clip: 'Soul Men' Associated Press Los Angeles, 18 October 2008 4. SOUNDBITE (English) Malcolm D. Lee/Director - on Bernie Mac: "I haven't quiet processed that Bernie is gone. I see the movie I know in my head that he is gone but it will probably hit me most at the premiere when everybody is around. Right now, I have just been concentrating on making the best film possible on top of that paying homage to him and Isaac (Hayes) at the end of the movie." The Weinstein Company 5. Film Clip: 'Soul Men' Associated Press Los Angeles, 18 October 2008 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Sharon Leal/Actor - on co-star Bernie Mac: "It is bittersweet I know just in the few short months that I knew him he wouldn't want any of us to cry and be sad. It would really be about being happy and celebrating what he did." The Weinstein Company 7. B-roll: Actors Bernie Mac hugging and Isaac Hayes (in black jacket) on 'Soul Men' set Associated Press Los Angeles, 18 October 2008 12. SOUNDBITE (English) Samuel Jackson/Actor - on Isaac Hayes: "Well both of us ( Bernie Mac and I) had this personal relationship with him. I know him from one way because we used to fly around together and do some other stuff. Bernie (Mac) knows him because they are just guys that connect on a very visceral and real kind of level on other ties. Having him around and doing his song in the movie, number one, with him there. Was kind of like 'Isaac going to be here we got to do this right, we have to rock it out.' To have him go 'yeah you guys killing that song, you turned it out'. Was really great you know." The Weinstein Company 13. Trailer Clip: 'Soul Men' 'SOUL MEN' STARS REMEMBER MAC AND HAYES Samuel L. Jackson shared stories about his close friend, the late Bernie Mac, while promoting their film 'Soul Men' (18 October 2008). The cast of the film, including actor Sharon Leal and director Malcolm D. Lee, also shared their bittersweet feelings about co-star and singing legend Isaac Hayes who was also in the film. Mac and Hayes both died of unrelated causes on the same weekend in August. Jackson said he is finding it weird to remember that Mac never saw the finished film: "...we used to talk about 'I wonder what this is going to look like,' or 'I can't wait to see this' after we have done it so it was that kind of thing. Jackson and Mac play reunited soul singers in the comedy 'Soul Men', performing many of the hits from legendary label Stax Record - which is Hayes' label. Jackson had to perform for Hayes, who plays a cameo role in the film, which made the actor want to step up his game. "Having him around and doing his song in the movie, number one, with him there. Was kind of like 'Isaac going to be here we got to do this right' We have to rock it out. To have him go 'yeah you guys killing that song, you turned it out'. Was really great you know," said Jackson. Bernie Mac, an Emmy and Golden Globe nominated actor and comedian, died suddenly at age 50 of complications from pneumonia. The comedian suffered from sarcoidosis, an inflammatory lung disease that produces tiny lumps of cells in the body's organs, but had said the condition went into remission in 2005. He had recently been hospitalised and treated for pneumonia, which his publicist said was not related to the disease. Mac worked his way to Hollywood success from an impoverished upbringing on Chicago's South Side. Mac started his comedy career at age 8, with a stand up performance at a church dinner. In 1977, at age 20, he took that act to comedy clubs in Chicago. His film career, which began with a small role in 'Mo' Money', in 1992, went on to include a starring role in the 'Ocean's Eleven' franchise with Brad Pitt and George Clooney. Other films included 'Guess Who?', 'Bad Santa,' 'Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle' and 'Transformers.' The comedian also drew critical and popular acclaim with his Fox television series 'The Bernie Mac Show,' which aired more than 100 episodes from 2001 to 2006. The show garnered Golden Globe and Emmy nominations for Mac. He also was nominated for a Grammy award for best comedy album in 2001 along with his 'The Original Kings of Comedy' co-stars, Steve Harvey, D.L. Hughley and Cedric The Entertainer. One of the most famous soul men of all time, Isaac Hayes apparently died of a stroke. The deep-voiced singer died after he was found unconscious at his Memphis residence. No autopsy was performed, but paperwork filed by Hayes' family physician lists the cause of death as a stroke. The crooner, who laid the groundwork for disco and whose 'Theme From Shaft' won both Academy and Grammy awards, was elected to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2002. He also acted in movies and provided the voice of Chef, the school cook, on the animated TV show 'South Park.' 'Soul Men' opens in across the United States on 7th November 2008.
Afros Are Back (2002)
EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN, SO IT IS WITH THE AFRO. PASS THE WORD THE AFRO IS BACK !
VIDEO GAMES AND KMART (2000)
Kmart officials announced they're taking responsibility in the sale of violent video games. The company gave details about a new policy on the sale of M-rated video games.
Entertainment Kelly Rowland - Destiny's Child singer talks about her glittering solo career
TAPE: EF03/0087 IN_TIME: 15:22:36 / 21:20:10 DURATION: 4:37 SOURCES: APTN/Various Record companies RESTRICTIONS: music/performance rights must be cleared DATELINE: Cannes. January 20, 2003 SHOTLIST 1. Music clip - 'Stole' by Kelly Rowland 2. SOUNDBITE Kelly Rowland: "Like I said, it deals with three different scenarios with young people and what they go through. It is a...I don't want to say sad because it's not a sad song. It just talks about young people and these things happen around us all the time where young people feel they're not cool at school or you have teenage pregnancy situations that happen. It's just a whole bunch of different issues in the song." 3. Music clip - 'Stole' by Kelly Rowland 4. SOUNDBITE Kelly Rowland: "We got into the studio and I told them what I wanted and they looked at me like I was crazy. I was like 'I want a cross between R 'n' B and rock and hip hop and Sade', they were like 'are you crazy?' So the good thing is that I got all of the above though and I got a chance to write, which was very new for me. I wrote a little bit with Destiny's Child on 'The Writing's on the Wall' but it wasn't as much as this record. I got a chance to do vocal arrangements, I came up with little stuff in my head which made me so excited because I've never done that before. Hit notes I used to be scared to hit and it was just a joy for me, a joy for me and it was a learning process and a growing process." 5. Music clip - 'Dilemma' by Kelly Rowland feat.Nelly 6. SOUNDBITE Kelly Rowland: "The song wasn't supposed to be a single and it just goes to show that God has his timing and his ways for a reason that is beyond out control. It's just incredible how huge that song was and it wasn't even supposed to be a single. Me and Nelly just looked at each other when everything happened like wow!" APTN File Stuttgart, Germany. May 17, 2002 7. Wide shot presser 8. Close-up Solange Knowles 9. SOUNDBITE Kelly Rowland: "She is an incredible young woman - a child prodigy. To see her writing now I am so proud of her because we didn't even know she wrote. She would write in her journal and nobody knew about it, but the first time she presented a song to us we were like 'what in the world?! Where did you get that from?' But she'd been working on it and she's just awesome, I want the world to know about Solange and how talented she is." 10. Music clip - 'Bootylicious' 11. SOUNDBITE Kelly Rowland: "We still talk to each other. I'll call them and say 'I'm nervous', like my first performance Beyonce was there and that helped me so much you know what I'm saying? Just to know that she was there and she was supporting me and we're like that with each other because that's what it's all about. If it wasn't for Destiny's Child none of us would be here." 12. Music clip - 'Stole' by Kelly Rowland STORYLINE As one third of Destiny's Child, one of the best-selling female musical groups of all time, Kelly Rowland has brought the sound of her voice to millions of fans, gracing videos, appearing in magazines and performing on television and concert stages worldwide. She's experienced number one hits, multi-platinum albums, industry accolades, won awards and now, she's ready to show the world another side of Kelly Rowland with the release of 'Simply Deep', her debut solo album. Featuring songs written by Steve Kipner, Billy Mann, Solange Knowles, and Kelly Rowland and guest appearances from Nelly and Joe Budden, the album showcases a fresh sound for Kelly complete with a whole range of accompaniments from stinging electric guitars to gentle acoustic six-strings, atmospheric synths to turntable scratches. Her thoughtful lyrics tackle everything from God to love with a mixture of rock 'n' roll grooves, a confessional singer/song writer vibe, sultry R&B and an edgy undercurrent. The album is world's apart from the style fans have come to know and love from Destiny's Child, but this was always the intention and with all three DC girls working on solo projects, this is a chance to get to know the individual personalities of the successful supergroup. Written and produced by Dane Deviller, Sean Hosein and Steve Kipner, "Stole" is the first single from the album and sets the tone for 'Simply Deep' with its soulful and emotional sound and cautionary lyrics about life and its consequences. Equally passionate is "Heaven," co-written and produced by Alonzo Jackson, who also plays drums, bass and guitar on the track. The sexy ballad, one of several co-written by Kelly, draws its inspiration from Rowland's real life experiences of falling in love. Love is also in the air on "Dilemma," her duet with superstar rapper Nelly. The infectious track, which stayed at number one for nearly two months this summer in the US, takes Patti LaBelle's hit "Love, Need and Want You," to a funky new level and has received two Grammy Award nominations for 'Record of the Year' and 'Best Rap/Sung Collaboration'. The album's title track, "Simply Deep," was written for Kelly by Solange Knowles, the younger sister of Kelly's Destiny's Child co-star, Beyonce. Solange is featured as a singer on the track and arranged the vocals. Yet another creative outlet for the unstoppable Kelly is acting. She recently made an appearance on the sit-com "The Hughleys" and will soon make her big screen debut as "Lori" in the horror film "Freddy vs. Jason" which will see the infamous killers Jason Voorhees and Freddy Krueger on the ultimate horror killing spree. Kelly has been working to pursue her dreams since she was a little girl in Atlanta, Georgia. By the age of 4, inspired by her love of Whitney Houston, Kelly was already telling her mother that she wanted to sing. The star began singing in church though she was so young she had to stand on a chair to reach the mike. Her love for music blossomed after her family relocated to Houston where she became friends with Beyonce Knowles. The two gifted teens started singing together in and, in the mid 1990s, formed Destiny's Child. The group released its first smash single, "No, No, No" in November 1997 with the first platinum album, Destiny's Child, following in February 1998. Destiny's Child's follow-up effort, 1999's The Writing's On the Wall was certified 8x RIAA platinum in the United States and went on to sell more than 10 million copies worldwide. The success of that album was matched when Destiny's Child dropped the multi-platinum worldwide smash Survivor in 2001. CLEARANCE DETAILS TITLE: Stole ARTIST: Kelly Rowland WRITER: Rowland PUBLISHER: TBC LABEL: Sony TITLE: Dilemma ARTIST: Nelly featuring Kelly Rowland WRITER: Haynes/Gamble/Sigler PUBLISHER: Copyright control / BMG / EMI LABEL: Universal TITLE: Bootilicious ARTIST: Destiny's Child WRITER: TBC PUBLISHER: TBC LABEL: TBC