ShowBiz Minute: Cosby, Miller, Stefani
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — Actor T.J. Miller called 911 to falsely claim that a woman he got into an argument with over loud cellphone conversations on a train had a bomb in her luggage, federal prosecutors said Tuesday.
The former "Silicon Valley" actor was arrested Monday at LaGuardia Airport in New York and released on $100,000 bond after an initial appearance in federal court in New Haven, Connecticut, on Tuesday.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Organizers said Wednesday that Olivia Munn will host the 2018 Critics' Choice Awards to be broadcast Jan. 11 on the CW.
Munn follows T.J. Miller, who has been accused of sexually assaulting a woman when he was in college. Munn is among Brett Ratner's sexual harassment accusers and has been fighting for reforms in Hollywood.
‘Ready Player One’ stars talk virtual reality
LOS ANGELES (AP) — "The Emoji Movie" survived negative reviews but couldn't conquer "Dunkirk," which had enough fight left to conquer the box office for a second weekend in a row.
Down only 44 percent from its first weekend, director Christopher Nolan's World War II film earned $28.1 million to take first place, according to studio estimates on Sunday. "Dunkirk" has grossed $102.8 million domestically to date.
CANNES, France (AP) — The Cannes Film Festival hasn't even opened yet, but it's already had its first elaborate promotional stunt.
Actor T.J. Miller parasailed into the festival on Tuesday, wearing a yellow suit as he careened above the Mediterranean and the French Riviera resort town that gives the event its name.
His flight was to hype the animated film "The Emoji Movie," in which the "Silicon Valley" star voices a yellow emoji.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles police say actor T.J. Miller was arrested early Friday morning after a driver accused him of battery.
The arrest of the "Silicon Valley" star came two days before Miller will host the Critics' Choice Awards in Los Angeles.
Movie-wise, the office Christmas party is the great dismantler of white-collar worker-bee life. Set out the booze, turn down the lights, and suddenly the cubicle walls around staid office life are blown away by heartbreak ("The Apartment") or Hans Gruber ("Die Hard"). '