Mel Brooks doesn’t think Hollywood would make “Blazing Saddles” in this current “stupidly politically correct” climate.
Source: Mel Brooks: ‘Blazing Saddles’ Would Never Be Made Today | Variety
3 contestants went home with a total of $80,000 after 5 straight spins on the big wheel landed on $1.
Source: What happened on ‘The Price is Right’ Friday had everyone in disbelief
“America’s Got Talent” Season 12 aired its finale on Wednesday night, closing out the show’s highest-rated season ever.
Source: ‘America’s Got Talent’ Season 12 Closes Out With Ratings Growth | Variety
Rarely a leading man, the Kentucky native was memorable in ‘Paris, Texas,’ ‘Repo Man,’ ‘Alien’ and ‘Big Love.’
Source: Harry Dean Stanton Dead: ‘Paris, Texas’ Star Was 91 | Hollywood Reporter
Famed film and television tough guy Frank Vincent, who battled James Gandolfini and Robert De Niro in his most prominent roles, has died at 80. “Legendary actor and accomplished musician Fran…
Source: Frank Vincent dead: Sopranos, Goodfellas actor dies at 80
Mickey, Tinkerbell and their friends dodged Hurricane Irma and they hope to be back in action Tuesday.
Source: Florida’s Disney parks to reopen after Hurricane Irma – NY Daily News
The 69th annual Creative Arts Emmy Awards are under way at the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles.
Source: 2017 Creative Arts Emmy Winers: Updated List | Variety
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (Reuters) – An Ivy League graduate and national dance champion from North Dakota was crowned Miss America on Sunday, becoming the first contestant from the state to win the nearly 100-year-old contest.
Cara Mund, from Bismarck, N.D., a graduate of Brown University in Rhode Island, who has been accepted to Notre Dame’s law school, trained for several summers with the world-famous Rockettes.
Source: Ivy League graduate and dance champion crowned Miss America – NY Daily News
LOS ANGELES — ‘It’ is a hit.The Stephen King adaptation from New Line and Warner Bros. shattered records over the weekend earning $117.2 million from 4,103 locations according to studio estimates on Sunday.
Source: ‘It’ obliterates box-office records with $117.2M | TribLIVE
Broadcasters offer more signs of creative success on the comedy front. Nothing revolutionary, but at least a few of the new comedies seem semi-worthwhile. CBS, in particular, has a change of fortune from last fall when its comedies were universally awful. And that’s looking on the bright side.
Source: Not much new, good TV to fall for | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette