Paul Rodriguez - A variety of stars were photographed as they arrived for the 2015 MTV Movie Awards which were held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 12th April 2015
Paul Rodriguez - The 2013 Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival - Opening Night Gala Premiere of 'Pablo' at the El Capitan Theatre - Los Angeles, CA, United States - Thursday 10th October 2013
Paul Rodriguez, George Lopez and Dolores Huerta - Eva Longoria Foundation Dinner at her restaurant Beso in Hollywood sponsored by Target - Inside - Hollywood, California, United States - Saturday 28th September 2013
In a statement shocking for its perfunctory character, the Muscular Dystrophy Association announced on Thursday that Jerry Lewis would not appear on this year's telethon and that he would no longer act as the group's national chairman. Lewis has hosted the annual telethon since 1966. In a statement, MDA Chairman R. Rodney Howell said, "Jerry Lewis is a world-class humanitarian and we're forever grateful to him for his more than half century of generous service to MDA." He did not explain why Lewis was being dropped. The action stunned many show business personalities who had appeared on the telethon each year, "As a fellow comedian, it's really crappy the way they treated him," comedian Paul Rodriguez told the L os Angeles Times " The man is an institution. They should have found a better way to let him go."
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U.S. comedian Paul Rodriguez is recovering after he was hospitalised in Washington, D.C. on Thursday (01Sep09) for crippling stomach pains.
The funnyman/actor was in the U.S. capital to chair a meeting of the California Latino Water Coalition when he started to feel unwell, and was later found in his hotel room unable to move due to severe stomach cramps.
He was rushed to nearby George Washington University Hospital, where is currently recuperating in the intensive care unit.
Jamie Masada, a longtime friend and owner of West Hollywood's Laugh Factory, insists the Rat Race star will be back on his feet in no time.
Continue reading: Comic Rodriguez 'Feeling Better'
U.S. comedian Paul Rodriguez was hospitalised in Washington, D.C. on Thursday (01Sep09) after he was struck down with crippling stomach pains.
The funnyman/actor was in the U.S. capital to chair a meeting of the California Latino Water Coalition when he started to feel unwell, and was later found in his hotel room by a fellow committee member unable to move due to severe stomach cramps.
He was rushed to nearby George Washington University Hospital, where is currently under the watch of medics.
A rep for the facility tells TMZ.com that Rodriguez will need to spend at least one night under observation.
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GSN, formerly known as the Game Show Network, has announced plans to revive The Newlywed Game , which ran in fits and starts from 1966 to 1988 with Bob Eubanks as host. (Eubanks was replaced by Paul Rodriguez in 1988, then returned to the show in 1996 for an additional one-season run; repeats aired in syndication through 2000.) According to the Hollywood Reporter , the new show will feature contests between newlyweds and "goldywebs" -- couples who appeared during the original series. There was no indication whether Eubanks, who is now 70, will return to the show. Executive producer Michael Davies ( Who Wants To Be A Millionaire ) said that an announcement about the show's host will be made shortly.
Continue reading: Newlyweds Vs. Goldwebs In Revived Game Show
Not much has come from Hogan since his days as Mick "Crocodile" Dundee. He has written and starred in many forgettable films over the past decade -- stuff like Almost an Angel, Lighting Jack, and Flipper -- and has even converted his Crocodile Dundee role into a spokesman for the Subaru Outback. Did anyone want or need another fish-out-of-water story about a hillbilly croc hunter trying to adapt to Big City life? With the keys to his Outback in hand, Hogan is back in the trademark hat, dishing out another tale of the simple Australian man mingling with that kooky, extravagant, and pompous American culture.
Continue reading: Crocodile Dundee In Los Angeles Review
LATEST: Jurors on the Michael Jackson child molestation case are "stunned" to hear two fellow jurors claim they believe the singer was guilty of molesting teenage cancer sufferer GAVIN ARVIZO.
Jackson was found not guilty of all 10 counts of child molestation at the climax of the 14 week trial in Santa Maria, California in June (05).
This week (begs08AUG05), former jurors ELEANOR COOK, 79, and RAY HULTMAN, 62, claimed they regret allowing Jackson to go free, with Cook slammed the jurors for "letting a paedophile go".
Continue reading: Jurors Blasts Cook And Hultman's U-Turn Over Jackson Verdict
Snoop Dogg has signed up to headline a two day charity event for members of the US military and their families.
The California native is heading to Hawaii for Bodog Salutes The Troops, which will take place on 22 and 23 July (05).
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Somebody at Paramount Pictures must have owed Paul Hogan a humongous favor to green-light "Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles." Before even seeing the movie, I could have told you it's 15 years too late for another sequel in this series.
But that's the least of the problems with this lifeless, asinine, staggeringly inept mess of haggard franchise gags, out-of-date pop culture japes and Hollywood backlot antics that are less realistic than the tour at Universal Studios.
The obscenely contrived plot follows Mick Dundee, girlfriend Sue Charlton (Linda Kozlowski) and their son Mikey (Serge Cockburn) to L.A. as Sue takes over the local newsroom of her dad's newspaper chain. The previous bureau chief died suspiciously while poking around the finances of a B-grade studio that cranks out money-losing action flicks for Eastern Europe. Could all these mean-looking toughs in ponytails and shark skin suits be -- oh, I don't know -- crooked?
Continue reading: Crocodile Dundee In L.A. Review
After a generation on hiatus, the crazy, ensemble-cast chase comedy is back with an MTV vengeance in "Rat Race," a cornball marathon between a dozen second-tier stars vying for a $2 million booty.
The gimmick: To entertain his high-rolling clientele, a Las Vegas hotelier -- played by John Cleese with a slightly insane, toothy-dentured grin -- recruits an oddball assortment of zealous casino tourists to dash across the desert to New Mexico in search of a bus station locker where the loot has been stashed. The runners think it's all a zany promotion for Cleese's resort, but in the penthouse billionaires from all over the world are placing high-stakes bets on who will get there first, just for rich-guy kicks.
The players: Jon Lovitz is an chintzy, unemployed soccer dad who red-lines his minivan while dragging his family along, on the pretense of a job offer so he doesn't get chewed out for ruining their vacation. He catches hell anyway when the car breaks down outside a "white power" roadside attraction and they steal Hitler's limo to complete the pilgrimage.
Continue reading: Rat Race Review
It's a shame "Price of Glory" is such an elementary piece of utterly predictable, movie-of-the-week style filmmaking, because this boxing-themed, strife-defeating family drama certainly has its heart in the right place.
A throwback to the kind of medicinal matinee movies made for Sunday afternoon outings with the whole family, this Jimmy Smits vehicle is a sincere -- if sanctimonious -- affair about a former, failed middleweight contender living vicariously through his three sons, bruisers-in-training all.
A proud but temperamental, assembly-line union man with a do-it-yourself training ring in his back yard, Smits is a stern daddy who drives his boys hard. His beautiful wife with shampoo commercial hair (Maria Del Mar) wants the boys to go to college, but Pop thinks they could all be champs, and he's determined to manage each of them to a title.
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