Stephen Colbert paid a visit to his future office last night when he stopped by The Late Show with David Letterman.
Colbert, who will take over as Late Show host for Letterman next year, joked about turning down an internship on the Late Show and attempting to write for the iconic program back in 1997.
When asked why he turned down the internship, Colbert joked:
“Because you did not pay people. It is an expensive city,” Colbert said. “Dave I have to ask, the next job I’m taking here, it pays? Because I already signed the papers.”
Check out the full interview above.
Good news for Jessica Chastain.
According to The Wrap, the Golden Globe winner is in talks to take on the role of Marilyn Monroe in Andrew Dominik’s new film Blonde.
Though Naomi Watts was slated to play the blonde bombshell, Chastain will take on the coveted role.
The film is scheduled to start shooting later this year.
Teresa Giudice is in fear for her life.
The reality star could be facing 27 months in prison, while her husband Joe could get 46 months’ hard time after pleading guilty to 41 counts of mail, wire, bank and bankruptcy fraud in March.
According to Radar Online, after watching an episode of the hit show Orange Is The New Black to learn what she might be facing if she is sent to prison, Teresa is now fearful.
A source revealed:
Teresa’s friends told her to watch Orange Is The New Black because it deals with a woman being sent to federal prison. At first it seemed like a great idea, and Teresa really laughed for the first several minutes but when the main character actually turns herself in to begin serving the prison sentence, Teresa lost it. She abruptly turned it off, and dissolved into a fit of tears. She actually had to take anti-anxiety medication to calm down.
Giudice has four daughters that she will leave behind if sentenced to prison.
Comic book superhero Flash Gordon may be returning to the big screen.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Twentieth Century Fox closed a deal to pick up the screen rights to the pulp comic-strip hero in a package that has Star Trek 3 producers John Davis, J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay writing the script.
George Nolfi, who wrote Bourne Ultimatum, will also contribute to penning a treatment.