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szdaily -> Entertainment
At a Glance
    2017-June-26  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Next president?

STEPHEN COLBERT went on Russian TV to announce he’s “considering” a run for the White House in 2020.

The CBS “Late Show” host appeared on a Russian late-night show titled “Evening Urgant” where he played a round of Russian roulette (only with shots of vodka instead of bullets) with host Ivan Urgant. After downing one of the shots, Colbert declared, “I am here in Russia to announce that I am considering a run for president in 2020, and I thought it would be better to cut out the middle man and just tell the Russians myself.”

If Colbert decides to run he could have plenty of celebrity competition; Kanye West and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (with running mate Tom Hanks) have also semi-seriously announced they’re running in 2020.

Award

AN awards ceremony for actor Bryan Cranston in Munich on Friday night turned into a lovefest with fans outdoing each other in their praise of the “Breaking Bad” and “Trumbo” star.

Alongside the crowds of screaming Germans on the red carpet, who came out in force to see Cranston receive the Cinemerit Award, the lifetime achievement honor of the Munich International Film Festival, prominent festival guests could barely contain their excitement. Director Robin Swicord, whose Cranston-starrer “Wakefield” screened following the Cinemerit ceremony, called Cranston “an actor’s actor” and credited international fans of “Breaking Bad” with raising his profile.

New job

DIRECTOR Thomas Schlamme has been elected president of the Directors Guild of America as voted by the delegates at the Guild’s national biennial convention at the DGA national headquarters in Los Angeles.

Schlamme directed and is credited with creating the look of such hit TV series as “The West Wing,” “Spin City,” “The Larry Sanders Show,” and “Parenthood,” among many others. His latest project is FX’s “Snowfall” from creator John Singleton.

He has won three DGA Awards and nine Emmys.

(SD-Agencies)

 

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