Kaling appeared on 'The Late Show' and told Stephen Colbert she was concerned her 'Ocean's Eight' character might be picked off early on in the movie.
Mindy Kaling has admitted that she’s “scared” by her upcoming role in Ocean’s Eight, the all-female reboot movie of the Ocean’s Eleven franchise, because of the list of extremely high-profile names she’s starring alongside.
‘The Mindy Project’ star and creator was speaking to Stephen Colbert on ‘The Late Show’ on Tuesday night (October 4th).
She said that, although the project starts shooting in just two weeks’ time, she has no idea about the kind of character she’ll be playing – and joked that her comparatively low profile compared to the A-list stars on the movie like Rihanna, Sandra Bullock, Helena Bonham Carter, Awkwafina, Cate Blanchett and Anne Hathaway means her character will probably get picked off early on!
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Stephen Colbert , Evelyn McGee-Colbert - Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala: Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology at the Met Museum - New York City, New York, United States - Monday 2nd May 2016
He seems much more believable than the real deal.
Stephen Colbert has outlined the ridiculousness of Donald Trump by turning him into a cartoon - who actually seems to make a lot more sense than Trump himself. After inviting the animated version of the Republican candidate on the show a week ago, Colbert has brought him back to discuss his apparent lack of numerical understanding.
Donald Trump is a parody of himself
Ahead of the Wisconsin Primary, 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert' presenter was quick to re-assure us that poll numbers were dropping for Trump, with 30% of people being Trump supporters and 70% being very much anti-Trump. We're hardly surprised either, what with him repeatedly resorting to absurd 'cartoon tactics', as Colbert put it, to get voters.
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6.6 million tuned in to watch Colbert present his first episode of 'The Late Show' on CBS.
‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’, which has been anticipated for several months since David Letterman retired as host in May after 22 years in the job, got an average of 6.6 million viewers on Tuesday evening (September 8th).
This was more than double the ratings of its nearest competitor that night, with NBC’s ‘The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon’ securing 2.9 million viewers and ABC’s ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ with 1.8 million.
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Ed Sheeran, Coldplay, Pearl Jam and Beyonce will be among the performers at the free-ticket event next month in New York.
The Global Citizen Festival, which was launched in 2012 as part of 15 year campaign to end extreme poverty worldwide by 2030, made the announcement via its website on Thursday morning (August 13th).
Salma Hayek, Olivia Wilde, Kerry Washington and Deborra-Lee Furness, Jackman’s wife, have also been confirmed as emcees for the free-ticket event which takes place in Central Park on September 26th this year.
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Colbert has gone seriously big for his debut turn on 'The Late Show', which will be broadcast on September 8th.
It’s been nearly nine months since he killed off ‘The Colbert Report’ to take over from David Letterman on CBS, but Stephen Colbert has now revealed some details about what ‘The Late Show’ will look like under his aegis. And boy, has he gone big, announcing that the star guest on his debut show will be Hollywood heavyweight George Clooney.
The major A-list actor will be the first person to chat with Colbert when he begins on September 8th. On Friday morning, the new host tweeted his followers: “George Clooney will be my first-ever #LSSC guest on September 8th! Could one of you let him know?”
George Clooney will be Stephen Colbert's first ever guest on 'The Late Show' on CBS
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The satirist and voice of liberal America stood down after 16 years fronting 'The Daily Show' in a low-key finale.
Comedian Jon Stewart has made his final broadcast as the host of Comedy Central’s ‘The Daily Show’, stepping down after 16 years, and he was joined by a clutch of big name stars including rock legend Bruce Springsteen.
The show has been responsible for launching the careers of some pretty big names down the years, and some of them returned to the show for an emotional group hug, including Steve Carell and Stephen Colbert – himself due to take over Letterman’s slot later this year. There were also video messages from a couple of former presidential candidates, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Republican Senator John McCain.
Jon Stewart has quit 'The Daily Show' after 16 years as presenter
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The former ‘Colbert Report’ host is set for a very special guest spot on the Fox sitcom.
So what’s Stephen Colbert been up to since leaving is hugely successful Comedy Central series in December? Growing a beard of course! Yes the usually well groomed ex-host of 'The Colbert Report' stepped out late last week looking a little different, thanks to some added facial hair. But is his new look all for his next TV gig?
Yes that is Stephen Colbert
Well actually, Colbert’s next TV gig isn't what you think, as his 'Late Show' hosting duties don't start until September when he takes over from David Letterman. Instead, first on the agenda for Colbert is a guest appearance on Fox’s ‘The Mindy Project’ as, what appears to be, a man of the cloth.
The former Comedy Central star will start his stint as CBS' 'Late Show' host on September 8th, when he takes over from the retiring David Letterman.
CBS have finally released the premiere date for Stephen Colbert's first show as the host of the network's 'Late Show,' which he is taking over due to the retirement of the current longtime host, David Letterman.
Colbert will make his 'Late Show' debut on September 8th
On Monday (Jan 12th) CBS' Entertainment Chairman Nina Tassler announced that the 'Late Show With Stephen Colbert' will debut on the network on September 8th, and although the exact format is still being worked out, Colbert's stint won't be a complete reinvention of the late-night chat show.
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Here's what we know so far about 'The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore', due to premiere on 19th January on Comedy Central.
Larry Wilmore's The Nightly Show is set to premiere on 19th January on Comedy Central but, until recently, the network and its star have been keeping details surrounding the show a secret. Wilmore's show, a spin-off of The Daily Show in which Wilmore featured, replaces The Colbert Report in the 11.30pm slot on Comedy Central.
Larry Wilmore has revealed some details of his forthcoming show.
Continue reading: 'The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore' - What We Know So Far
It's not goodbye, just see you later.
Rest in peace, The Colbert Report. Stephen Colbert’s pretend conservative pundit was so close to the real thing that at times we tended to forget it was all satire. Twitter certainly seemed to forget pretty often. But after almost ten years, the joke is almost over.
Will we finally see the real face of Stephen Colbert?
Colbert will host his final show on Comedy Central, before taking over The Late Show from David Letterman. It was a good run, a character that started a life of its own, after being modelled on a real, but equally outrageous public figure – Fox’s Bill O’Reilly. In fact, O’Reilly was keenly aware that the joke was on him – and he did NOT appreciated. The Fox News Channel icon once joked that the next book in his Killing series would be Killing Colbert. He is yet to fulfil that threat, though, while Colbert is steadily moving up.
Continue reading: Colbert To Host Last Ever "Report" On Comedy Central This Thursday
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