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  • Jonah Hill Was Paid $60,000 for 'Wolf of Wall Street'

    Like most actors, Jonah Hill was desperate to work with Martin Scorsese. So desperate, in fact, he opted to take a multimillion-dollar cut in order to be cast in "The Wolf of Wall Street," the actor revealed to Howard Stern. Instead of earning his...
  • Few Sirius XM Subscribers Are Staying for Howard Stern, Survey Shows

    "The Howard Stern Show" was a huge draw for Sirius XM when Stern signed a deal with the then infant subscription radio service nearly a decade ago. Today, however, that may not be the case. Macquarie Equities Research released the results of the survey...
  • Jerry Seinfeld's 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee' Renewed by Sony Crackle for 4 More Seasons

    There will be even more coffee, comedy and cars: Sony Pictures Television's Crackle will bring back "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee," created by and starring Jerry Seinfeld, for four more seasons. The four additional seasons, a total of 24 new...
  • Pharrell Williams says Cee Lo Green recorded 'Happy' first

    Pharrell Williams says Cee Lo Green recorded 'Happy' first
    Cee Lo Green nearly beat Pharrell Williams to the punch on “Happy,” a song that the former coach on “The Voice” recorded but didn’t release, paving the way for the song’s co-composer to put out his own version that&...
  • L.A.'s Velveteria celebrates kitsch art form

    L.A.'s Velveteria celebrates kitsch art form
    It could be argued, maybe not by snooty art historians but certainly by congenitally low-brow connoisseurs of kitsch, that to be famous in America, truly iconic, one's likeness must be painted on black velvet. Step into a cramped, dimly lit storefront...
  • Howard Stern's White Supremacist Interview Suddenly Doesn't Look So Funny

    Howard Stern was just being Howard Stern when he booked accused Jewish center shooter Frazier Glenn Miller on his show a few years ago. And therein lies a cautionary tale, for clowns and serious news organizations alike. Part of Stern's shtick has long...
  • Comedian Artie Lange Hospitalized in Michigan

    Comedian Artie Lange has been hospitalized after suffering what he called a "diabetic shock." Lange, 46, sent a tweet about his condition on Tuesday, saying he was in a hospital "outside" Detroit. Lange has been on a lengthy U.S. tour this year. The...
  • Valerie Harper not 'cancer free,' but 'cautiously optimistic'

    Valerie Harper not 'cancer free,' but 'cautiously optimistic'
    Valerie Harper might not be "cancer free," as a headline screamed Wednesday, but she is "cautiously optimistic" and hopeful about her current health situation.  The actress, 74, issued a statement clarifying a quote that had appeared in this week's...
  • CNN goes overboard with Flight 370 coverage

    "Generalissimo Francisco Franco of Spain is still dead!" For months on end, "Saturday Night Live" got big, big laughs and results from this on-going "news" announcement, made repeatedly in 1975 during 'SNL's' first season. AND now I suggest that CNN can...
  • Weekend preview: Think globally, drink beer

    Weekend preview: Think globally, drink beer
    With apologies to the many accomplished musicians performing on Fort Lauderdale beach this weekend, the most important improvement at the ocean-ecology-minded Tortuga Music Festival is the news that the house beer this year is Corona (replacing last year&...
  • NBC unveils loaded summer programming lineup

    NBC unveils loaded summer programming lineup
    NBC announced its summer programming lineup on Wednesday, which includes six new scripted series, a new unscripted series, as well as new seasons of "Last Comic Standing," "America's Got Talent" and "American Ninja Warrior." In its announcement, the...