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“LATE NIGHT WITH JIMMY FALLON” LISTINGS (September 16-25, 2013)

September 16, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Late Night With Jimmy Fallon - Season 5

Monday, September 16: Guests include Ben Affleck, Mindy Kaling and musical guest Pixies. Show 0892

Tuesday, September 17: Guests include Orlando Bloom, Elvis Costello, The Kids from “The Short Game” and musical guest Elvis Costello and The Roots. Show 0893

Wednesday, September 18: Guests include Chris Hemsworth, Tony Danza and musical guest Jack Johnson. Show 0894

Thursday, September 19: Guests include Hugh Jackman, Gillian Flynn and musical guest Elvis Costello and The Roots. Show 0895

Friday, September 20: Guests include James Spader, Kate Upton, Neal Preston and Ilan Hall. Show 0896

**Monday, September 23: Guests include Ricky Gervais, Michael Shannon and musical guest MGMT. (OAD 9/11/13)

**Tuesday, September 24: Guests include Joseph Gordon Levitt, Stephen Merchant and musical guest The Avett Brothers. Show 0897

**Wednesday, September 25: Guests include Michael J. Fox, Blake Shelton and musical guest Kings of Leon. Show 0898

These listings are subject to change

**denotes changes or additions

UPCOMING GUESTS ON THE “LATE SHOW with DAVID LETTERMAN” ON THE CBS TELEVISION NETWORK, 7/16-7/30, 2013

July 16, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

Monday through Friday, 11:35 PM-12:37 AM, ET/PT

 

(*Denotes changes and/or additions to previous schedule

 

(n) Denotes new broadcast)

 

 

*Tuesday, July 16 Comedian/talk show host Bill Maher; actress Poppy Montgomery from the CBS drama series “Unforgettable”; dock diving dogs; musical guest Pokey LaFarge (n)

 

Wednesday, July 17     News anchor Brian Williams; musical guests Court Yard Hounds (n)

 

Thursday, July 18         Actor Liev Schreiber; comedian Adam Newman; musical guests Cold War Kids (n)

 

*Friday, July 19          Actor Johnny Depp; comedian Marc Maron; musical guests Dawes

 

Monday, July 22          Actress Cate Blanchett; musical guests Franz Ferdinand (n)

 

Tuesday, July 23          Actor Hugh Jackman; actress Lisa Kudrow; musical guest Jason Isbell (n)

 

Wednesday, July 24     Actor Jason Sudeikis; musical guests Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros (n)

 

*Thursday, July 25      Guests TBA

 

*Friday, July 26          Guests TBA

 

*Monday, July 29       Actor Denzel Washington; musical guest James McCartney (n)

 

*Tuesday, July 30       Actor Bryan Cranston; actress Amanda Seyfried; musical guest Michael Franti (n)

 

 

RATING: TV-PG (Rating may change on day of broadcast due to specific subject matter.)

 

 

 

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Nicholas Tse and Cecilia Cheung are divorcing

August 23, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

We know that celebrity couples often file divorce in America but one of Hong Kong’s celebrity couples are also calling it quits after five years of marriage.

Actor Nicholas Tse and Cecilia Cheung released a statement to the media back on August 22nd that mentioned “personality conflicts” for the couple’s divorce.

The statement also said that both will share custody of their two children and that their happiness and growth will be their priority in their future plans.

Tonight on The Joy Behar Show: Paul Reiser on NBC and Chelsea Handler on Angeline Jolie

May 11, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Top of the evening to you! Here’s a sneak peek from tonight’s The Joy Behar Show with Chelsea Handler and Paul Reiser (great show, right!?!), who ripped into NBC for cancelling his show. Comedienne night on The Joy Behar Show is AWESOME! Here’s what happened:

Chelsea talked about how she got herself in hot water after making fun of Angelina Jolie a few months back. Chelsea says she will never apologize for a joke, ever.  Here’s what she had to say:

“It shouldn’t have gotten a lot of press because I’ve been making fun of Angelina Jolie since she made-out with her brother.”

She went on to say that…

“I would never speak for anyone else – or any of my friends –  I’m speaking from my heart and soul when I call someone a home wrecker.”

She also talks about her hit TV show, “Chelsea Lately,” and how she deals with notes from the network. “I delete those immediately when I get those on my Blackberry.” Such a pistol.

Check it out:

VIZ CINEMA PRESENTS A NEW GENERATION OF CHINESE FILMMAKERS IN DECEMBER FILM FESTIVAL

November 16, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

7 Films Over 3 Days Offer a View of China as Never Seen Before

San Francisco, CA, November 15, 2010 – VIZ Cinema and NEW PEOPLE, in association with dGenerate Films, are proud to present a fascinating series focusing on a new vanguard of Chinese independent filmmakers, whose innovative uses of digital filmmaking deliver provocative insights into the world’s largest nation. The China Underground film series opens Friday, December 3rd and runs through Sunday, December 5th. Tickets and complete details are available at: www.vizcinema.com.

All of the documentary films to be shown at the festival were made outside the official Chinese film system – unauthorized, uncensored, and totally independent. These groundbreaking films introduce a new generation of filmmakers who represent the future of Chinese cinema, using new technology to present a vision of China as never seen before. A wide variety of controversial topics and issues like homosexuality, the role of women in society, the forced relocation of citizens which preceded the 2008 Beijing Olympics, drug use, and the inner workings of Chinese law enforcement, are examined in unflinching detail in these seven films.

China Underground opens Friday December 3rd with the premiere of Queer China, “Comrade” China at 7:00pm. The screening will include a Q&A session with several guest speakers and an after-party that will immediately follow. The remaining films will be screened throughout the weekend.

“These brave filmmakers often risk arrest, imprisonment, censure, or worse in order to have their work seen and message heard,” says Manami Iiboshi, programming director of VIZ Cinema. “San Francisco is a bastion of socially conscious and progressive ideas and it’s an honor to give a platform uncensored looks at a variety of important issues going on within Chinese society that are usually kept hidden from the West.”

“We’re thrilled to showcase seven of our titles at VIZ Cinema in China Underground, the first film series of its kind,” says Karin Chien, president of dGenerate Films. “Independent documentaries are the only free media existing in mainland China today. There is a new generation of filmmakers, artists, and activists wielding digital cameras and laptop edit systems, creating some of the most daring cinema in the world today. These films will have a special relevance and resonance with the diverse communities of the Bay Area.”

Queer China, ‘Comrade’ China,      Friday, 12/3 at 7:00pm

(Directed by Cui Zi’en, China, 2008, 60min, Mandarin with English subtitles)

China’s most prolific queer filmmaker presents a comprehensive historical account of the queer movement in modern China. Unlike any before, this film explores the historical milestones and ongoing advocacy efforts of the Chinese LGBT community.  Preceded by a screening of Digital Underground in the People’s Republic (18 mins, Dir: Rachel Tejada), a look at the Chinese independent film scene as documented firsthand by dGenerate Films. Tickets are $15.00.

Super, Girls! Saturday, 12/4 at 1:00pm

(Directed by Jian Yi, China, 2007, Documentary, 73min. Mandarin with English subtitles)

SUPER, GIRLS! follows ten teenagers on their quest to become superstars on China’s biggest tv show. Through candid interviews and footage of nail-biting auditions, SUPER, GIRLS! offers a fascinating look inside what the Chinese media have dubbed “the Lost Generation.”

Tickets are $10.00.

Meishi Street Saturday, 12/4 at 2:45pm

(Directed by Ou Ning, China, 2006, Documentary, 85min, Mandarin with English subtitles)

MEISHI STREET shows ordinary citizens taking a stand against the planned destruction of their homes for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Acclaimed at over two dozen museums and galleries around the world, Meishi Street, by renowned visual artist Ou Ning, works as both art and activism, calling worldwide attention to lives being demolished in the name of progress.

Tickets are $10.00.

Using Saturday, 12/4 at 4:45pm

(Directed by Zhou Hao, China, 2008, Documentary, 105min, Mandarin with English subtitles)

A twisted relationship develops between an urban Chinese couple struggling with heroin and a filmmaker chronicling their addiction, in this provocative documentary on drug abuse, filmmaking and friendship. Zhou’s unflinching depiction of his friends’ repeated attempts to quit blurs the line between filmmaker and subject, and raises provocative questions about the ways in which each uses the other. Tickets are $10.00.

Ghost Town Saturday, 12/4 at 7:15pm

(Directed by Zhao Dayong, China, 2008, Documentary, 169min, Mandarin, Nu, & Lisu dialects with English subtitles)

Zhiziluo is a town barely clinging to life. Tucked away in a rugged corner of Southwest China, the village is haunted by traces of China’s cultural past while its residents piece together a day-by-day existence. “Directed with scrupulous attention to detail” (Manohla Dargis, New York Times), Ghost Town, which debuted at the New York Film Festival, “is one of the most important films to have emerged from the booming (but still unexplored) field of Chinese independent documentaries (Dennis Lim, Moving Image Source).Tickets are $10.00.

1428 Sunday, 12/5 at 1:00pm

(Directed by Du Haibin, China, 2009, Documentary, 117min. Mandarin and Sichuan dialects w/ English subtitles)

Du Haibin’s award-winning documentary of the earthquake that devastated China’s Sichuan province in 2008 explores how victims, citizens and government respond to a national tragedy. Du depicts a world in chaos, both material and moral. “Without judgment but with a deep compassion for their subjects, the filmmakers of 1428 bring us a myriad of individual stories of absurdity, confusion and grief.”(Cherise Fong, CNN).  Tickets are $10.00.

Crime and Punishment Sunday, 12/5 at 3:30pm

(Directed by Zhao Liang, China, 2007, Documentary, 122min, Mandarin with English subtitles)

“Zhao’s artistry is instantly apparent.” (Robert Koehler, Variety)

A prime example of how independent documentaries are on the vanguard of Chinese cinema, Crime and Punishment is an unprecedented look at the everyday workings of law enforcement in the world’s largest authoritarian society. With penetrating camerawork, Zhao Liang (Petition, 2009 Cannes Film Festival) patiently reveals the methods police use to interrogate and coerce suspects to confess crimes – and the consequences when such techniques backfire. Tickets are $10.00.

Before the Flood Sunday, 12/5 at 5:45pm

(Directed by Li Yifan and Yan Yu, China, 2005, Documentary, 147min. Mandarin and Sichuan dialects with English subtitles)

A landmark documentary following the residents of the historic city of Fengjie as they clash with officials forcing them to evacuate their homes to make way for the world’s largest dam. Shot over two years, Before the Flood is a breathtaking achievement in verité-style documentary filmmaking. This profound film shows the human effects of one of history’s grandest social engineering projects, reflecting on the loss of both home and heritage.  Tickets are $10.00.

VIZ Cinema is the nation’s only movie theatre devoted exclusively to Japanese film and anime. The 143-seat subterranean theatre is located in the basement of the NEW PEOPLE building and features plush seating, digital as well as 35mm projection, and a THX®-certified sound system.

About NEW PEOPLE

NEW PEOPLE offers the latest films, art, fashion and retail brands from Japan and is the creative vision of the J-Pop Center Project and VIZ Pictures, a distributor and producer of Japanese live action film. Located at 1746 Post Street, the 20,000 square foot structure features a striking 3-floor transparent glass façade that frames a fun and exotic new environment to engage the imagination into the 21st Century. A dedicated web site is also now available at: www.NewPeopleWorld.com.

About dGenerate Films

dGenerate Films brings uncensored, unprecedented and visionary content from deep inside mainland China’s independent, and underground, film scene to North America and beyond. dGenerate Films recognizes that unauthorized films by China’s post-Sixth Generation are the only true independent media in China today. We remain deeply committed to providing audiences with an unmediated look at life, as it’s truly lived, inside the world’s next superpower. To learn more, visit http://dgeneratefilms.com.

Barbie Hsu not to happy about her wax figure

March 24, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Cannes - 'Guisi' ('Silk') Photocall

Actress Barbie Hsu posed with her Madame Tussauds Hong Kong wax figure on Wednesday.

The wax figure is based on her character for the film “Future X-Cops” but the young actress wasn’t thrilled with the results. CRIEnglish reports that Hsu said, “”I think the wax figure is too fat. I hope Madame Tussauds will do something to make the figure lose weight.”

You can seen the photos of Barbie Hsu and her wax model here.

Hong Kong pop duo TWINS to reunite

February 4, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Hong Kong Singing Group Twins Promote New Album In Nanjing

They were the media darlings in the early 2000’s and pop duo TWINS feat. Gillian Chung and Charlene Choi were hot on the music charts and also on the big screen. But in 2007, scandal hit Gillian Chung after Edison Chen’s computer revealed nude photos of the starlet (and other starlets). With the 10th Anniversary of the TWINS coming up, the duo are once again reuniting.

CRIEnglish.com has reported Gillian Chung telling the press about the happier theme of their return, “There are many different obstacles in life; I have already seen through these and will not think about unhappy things. Through our actions, we hope to prove that humans are not only capable of rising from their downfalls, but are able to bounce back even higher than before.”

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