Anna Kendrick on Becoming the First Female Santa Claus in 'Noelle' (Set Visit)
But the whole ordeal will lead her to a bigger realization: Why can't she be the first female Santa Claus? And Santa can speak every language, so Santa can ask any child what he or she wants for Christmas. Do you consider this a feminist movie because Noelle is breaking the glass ceiling and becoming the first female Santa Claus? I'm going to say it was surprising but it kind of shouldn't have been, just the feistiness in that woman. RELATED CONTENT:How 'Noelle' Puts a Modern, Feminist Twist on the Christmas Classic (Set Visit)Anna Kendrick and Billy Eichner on Working With Legends in 'Noelle' (Exclusive)
Emmys 2019: Bill Hader Addresses 'Saturday Night Live' Firing Shane Gillis
Saturday Night Live alum Bill Hader is weighing in on Shane Gillis' brief hiring and abrupt firing from the sketch comedy show after racist and homophobic comments surfaced. After attempting to sidestep the question, Hader stated, "I feel like you shouldn't want to hurt anyone's feelings, you know? "I only speak for myself, but like everybody, you have to grow," he added, before seemingly sharing his approval of Gillis' firing. "After talking with Shane Gillis, we have decided that he will not be joining SNL," a spokesperson for the show said on behalf of executive producer Lorne Michaels in a statement to ET. Following SNL's statement, Gillis tweeted, "It feels ridiculous for comedians to be making serious public statements but here we are.
Emmys deliver to Amazon comedies, as Phoebe Waller-Bridge wins twice
Phoebe Waller-Bridge reacts during the 71st Emmy Awards at Microsoft Theater on September 22, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. LOS ANGELES (CNN) - The Emmys smiled on repeat winners and second-year series in the comedy categories, delivering five of the six early prizes to Amazon. Phoebe Waller-Bridge was a dual winner, as lead actress and for writing her comedy "Fleabag." Alex Borstein claimed her second consecutive supporting actress win for the Amazon dramedy, while Tony Shalhoub received his fourth Emmy overall. Once the comedy categories ended, the show quickly conjured several emotional moments.
'IT Chapter Two': Teen Stars Share How They Bonded With Adult Counterparts on Set
"You and I did an interview and I said, 'Who do you want to play your adult counterpart?'" And Chastain isn't the only star who was seemingly handpicked by the teenage cast to play the adult versions of their characters in the new film. While on the red carpet, comedian Bill Hader admitted that it was Finn Wolfhard who got him the role of adult Richie Rozier. And once the cast, both teens and adults, joined forces on set, the teens were able to get to know their grownup counterparts. RELATED CONTENT:Jessica Chastain on Being Sophia Lillis' Pick to Play Beverly in 'IT Chapter Two' (Exclusive)'IT Chapter Two' Trailer Reveals Pennywise Is Even Scarier This TimeJessica Chastain and James McAvoy Battle Pennywise in First 'IT Chapter Two' Trailer
New 'IT Chapter Two' Trailer Reveals Pennywise Is Even More Terrifying This Time: Watch No
We're all sh*tting our pants down here now, with the latest trailer for IT Chapter Two promising a sequel that's even more intense, more terrifying and far bloodier than the first. Naturally, Pennywise has plans of his own, terrors invoked upon a lake and in a fun home that are only teased here. I craved you," Pennywise (played once again by Bill Skarsgrd) says in the preview. RELATED CONTENT:Comic-Con 2019: How to Watch All of ET's Coverage of Panels, Interviews and More! Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy Battle Pennywise in First 'IT Chapter Two' TrailerBill Skarsgard Reveals Behind-the-Scenes Secrets of His 'Weird, Disturbing' Transformation in 'It' (Exclusive)