Michelle Obama Writes Thank You Notes With Jimmy Fallon On ‘Tonight Show’

Michelle Obama’s final appearance on The Tonight Show as first lady was both funny and touching. She shared her thoughts on leaving the White House after eight years, saying it hit the family harder than they thought it would.
“It has been surprisingly emotional for all of us in ways we didn’t expect,” Obama revealed to host Jimmy Fallon. Obama also thanked Fallon for being a great partner with her on her many initiatives she championed throughout her husband’s term.

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Stream Austra Future Politics

Austra - Future PoliticsNext week, Austra, the darkly glimmering Toronto synthpop project led by Katie Stelmanis, will follow up 2013’s Olympia with their new album Future Politics. Coming into the world in a dark moment, the new album dares to consider the idea of a brighter future, imagining what utopia might feel like. Musically, it’s got an … More »

Breaking Bad Fans Lose Their Minds as Gus Fring Returns in Ad for Los Pollos Hermanos

From its inception, AMC’s Better Call Saul has indulged in fake ads starring characters from the Breaking Bad prequel—beginning with the Albuquerque billboard from the summer of 2014 showing Bob Odenkirk as “James M. McGill, attorney at law,” who eventually, of course, would become Saul Goodman.

Now, with season 3 of Better Call Saul coming this spring, AMC has unleashed a wonderful fake TV commercial featuring one of Breaking Bad’s most notorious characters, Gus Fring, pitching his infamous chicken chain, Los Pollos Hermanos.

The ad is perfectly insipid, spoofing the anodyne blandness of so much bottom-feeding fast-food advertising. And Fring, played by Giancarlo Esposito, is perfectly sunny-faced, concealing his heart of darkness in grinning pitch for curly fries.

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‘La La Land’, ‘Rogue One’ & ‘Game Of Thrones’ Among 2017 Costume Designers Guild Award Nominees

Costume Designers Guild this morning has announced the nominees for the 19th annual Costume Designers Guild Awards with La La Land, Rogue One, and Game of Thrones among the 35 hopefuls for the guild’s biggest honors. Celebrating excellence in film, television, and short form costume design, this year’s ceremony, to be hosted by actress and singer Mandy Moore, will be held February 21 at the Beverly Hilton.
“I am honored to be hosting this year’s ceremony. I’ve always…

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