Will Ferrell And Molly Shannon Will “Host” The Rose Parade -
For a second year, Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon will slip on parody personalities to “host” the Rose Parade.
They’ll transform into Cord Hosenbeck and Tish Cattigan for coverage by “Funny or Die.” Last year, the duo covered the parade for Amazon Prime and they even got a job covering the Royal Wedding for HBO. No distributor was found this time.
The 2019 Rose Parade Hosted by Cord & Tish will air on Funny or Die (as well as their social platforms) and Twitch Jan. 1 starting at 11 a.m. ET. Tim Meadows (as himself) will also return to cover the event.
Source: Hollywood Reporter
The Favourite leads the nominees for this year's Critics' Choice Awards with 14, including best picture. Black Panther had the second-most nominations with 12. (Hollywood Reporter)
A new Toxic Avenger movie is being developed by Legendary Entertainment, the folks behind Kong: Skull Island and Skyscraper.
Disney has earned $7 billion at the global box office this year. The studio has three more weeks to break its own record of $7.6 billion set in 2016.
CHRISSY TEIGEN: Dad Tattoos Her Face on His Arm
Chrissy Teigen's father gave her a birthday she'll never forget.
The model posted a photo of her proud dad showing off his new ink on Instagram, and wrote, “MY DAD GOT A TATTOO OF ME FOR MY BIRTHDAY.”
Chrissy also thanked the tattoo artist, Mark Mahoney, who has also done body art for David Beckham and Johnny Depp.
After Steph Curry Says Moon Landings Were Fake, NASA Offers To Show Him Proof -
NASA is offering to show NBA superstar Steph Curry evidence that men really have landed and walked on the moon.
The space agency made the invitation yesterday after the Golden State Warriors guard said he didn't believe the U.S. successfully landed a man on the moon. A NASA spokesman said, the next time the Warriors are in Houston to play the rockets, Curry could tour the Johnson Space Center.
The agency says Curry could see some of the hundreds of pounds of moon rocks stored there, along with the Apollo mission control. U.S. astronauts landed on the moon six times between 1969 and '72. Curry expressed his doubt on the recent NBA podcast “Winging It.”
And as a bonus, NASA is also willing to show the star what they’re doing to prep for a return to the moon.
Source: The Hill