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Jimmy Fallon is the This Is Us sound guy who can't stop crying

Boom operators have feelings, too. Jimmy Fallon portrays a pretty emotional one who just can’t keep it together on the set of This Is Us.
Saturday Night Live‘s Mikey Day joins Fallon in the Tonight Show sketch as the episode’s director, who tries to film a scene with Sterling K. Brown and Chrissy Metz. As Metz’s Kate begins blaming herself for their dad’s death, Fallon’s Dale begins ruining the take by bawling into the boom.
“I’m not crying, you’re crying on the set,” he shouts.
After disrupting more than 21 takes and almost getting into a fight with Metz for calling her a “diva,” the whole team breaks down in sobs. “You know what? There’s no shame in it. We all cry. This is who we are…This is us,” Metz says. Even Milo Ventimiglia, who plays the rough-and-tough Pearson family patriarch, pops in for a hug because he “gets emotional” sometimes.
After that emotional season premiere of This Is Us, we all need to hug it out.
Watch the sketch above.

Tom Cruise drives around London with Conan O'Brien for 11 awkward minutes

Tom Cruise was so excited to do something like Carpool Karaoke or, at the very least, a spin on Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee. It’s really the reason anyone becomes a successful actor in the first place, right? To ride around cars with famous late-night personalities and sing karaoke. But Cruise didn’t go on James Corden or Seinfeld’s shows. He went with Conan O’Brien, whose idea to “blow up the Internet” wasn’t what the A-lister was expecting.
“My thing is we take it back to basics… we just drive,” O’Brien said.
Now, when he said “just drive,” he meant “just drive.” Cruise tried discussing his new movie, American Made, but O’Brien really needed to concentrate on driving since the U.K. has “tricky” road rules. The Mummy star tried breaking the ice again by mentioning a story Jack Nicholson told him. “Maybe we could just keep that story for later,” the late-night host said as he tried to get around a roundabout.

Harry Knowles steps back from Ain't It Cool News after sexual misconduct allegations

Harry Knowles, the founder of movie blog Ain’t It Cool News, is taking a leave from the site amid allegations of sexual misconduct, including claims of harassment and groping.
“Teaching my sister the ins and outs of AICN for take-over,” Knowles wrote Tuesday night on Twitter. “I feel she’s doing a great job, while I step away. Tomorrow she emails contacts.”

Teaching my sister the ins and outs of AICN for take-over. I feel she's doing a great job, while I step away. Tomorrow she emails contacts
— Harry Knowles (@headgeek666) September 27, 2017

Best Movies to See in October: 'Blade Runner,' Wonder Woman's Origin and More

October brings more Halloween treats than tricks at the movies – no less than five big Cannes films all make their public debuts in American theaters, from a Swedish art-world satire to a stirring French AIDS-activism drama. You also get a cold-blooded serial-killer thriller starring Michael Fassbender, a rock 'em sock 'em prison movie starring a skinhead Vince Vaughn and – finally! – theThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Best Movies to See in October: 'Blade Runner,' Wonder Woman's Origin and More

Disney Invests More in Interactive-Content Startup Playbuzz as Part of $35 Million Round

Playbuzz, which develops tools for creating interactive media and distributes branded content, has raised $35 million in Series C funding. The round was led by Viola Growth with participation from existing investors including Disney, Saban Ventures, 83North, Carmel Ventures, Firstime and Oded Vardi. The funding brings New York-based Playbuzz to a total of $66 million […]

Watch the Survivor: Heroes v. Healers v. Hustlers opening credits you won't see on TV

We’ve already leaked the first six minutes of the next Survivor season (which premieres tonight at 8 p.m. on CBS). But there is one thing you will not see in those six minutes — or in any minutes on any episode this season — and that is the full opening credits sequence featuring the entire cast looking super dramatic in super slow motion as they jump off a boat, compete in challenges, cut bamboo, or just kind of walk around in a bikini.
You won’t see any of that on television, because Survivor long ago did away with it to offer more action on the beach, but you will see it right here! Once again, we’ve got the exclusive goods with the full opening credits sequence and once again, it is gorgeously shot by Scott Duncan.

Gaming's Toxicity Problem Can't Be Solved With DMCAs or Valve Charts

October brings more Halloween treats than tricks at the movies – no less than five big Cannes films all make their public debuts in American theaters, from a Swedish art-world satire to a stirring French AIDS-activism drama. You also get a cold-blooded serial-killer thriller starring Michael Fassbender, a rock 'em sock 'em prison movie starring a skinhead Vince Vaughn and – finally! – theThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Best Movies to See in October: 'Blade Runner,' Wonder Woman's Origin and More

Toronto Film Review: ‘The Price of Success’

While it’s generally not essential for a film about a successful creative character to get their job right, there’s something conspicuous about the hottest stand-up comedian in France never once saying anything funny. In “The Price of Success,” a a cliche-larded drama about celebrity malaise, Tahar Rahim, best known for his galvanizing turn in “A […]

Toronto Film Review: ‘Eric Clapton: A Life in 12 Bars’

Less about the legendary guitarist's personal life and more about his professional one would have made for a more valuable document overall.

San Sebastián: Nurturing New Talent – Some Key Points

SAN SEBASTIAN — How to find, foster and work with new talent? These questions were tabled at Nurturing New Talent round table on Tuesday hosted by the festival’s Industry Club and Variety. Panelists packed an international punch: Wild Bunch sales Eva Diederix; “Lady Macbeth” director William Oldroyd; Barcelona-based producer Valérie Delpierre, behind Spain’s Oscar entry […]

Sky Picks Up HBO’s Alex Gibney Rolling Stone Magazine Documentary

Sky has acquired “Rolling Stone: Stories From the Edge,” the upcoming documentary on Rolling Stone magazine from Alex Gibney. HBO has the project in the U.S., and will run it over two nights, starting Nov. 6. In the U.K. it will play on the Sky Arts channel. Channel director Phil Edgar-Jones said: “The impact on […]

Lisa Vanderpump's dog dies

The 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star is mourning the sudden passing of her beloved pink Pomeranian, who was aptly named Pink Dog, and admits she will miss her cute canine "dreadfully". In an Instagram tribute complete with a picture of the pooch, she wrote: "Rest in peace Pink Dog, we are devastated to see you go so suddenly... you were such a happy pink dog and we will miss you dreadfully, we love you " Lisa is a huge canine lover and has set up a rescue shelter, Vanderpump Dogs, a luxurious setting for homeless hounds featuring velvet sofas and chandeliers.

Netflix Signs First Korean Variety Show ‘Busted!’

Streaming giant Netflix has begun production on “Busted!”, its first variety show in South Korea. The show is to be produced in association with local firm SangSang. The show is pitched as an “unconventional variety game show in which every episode features stars solving a mystery.” It is also the first season-based variety show by […]

Toronto Film Review: ‘Good Favour’

A young man stumbles out of the woods, wounded and desperate. A village of devout Christians welcomes him with open arms, nursing him back to health and giving him a place to stay. They don’t know who he is or where he came from, and the children in the village follow him closely, as if […]

Amazon in Advanced Talks to Board French-German Series ‘Germanized’ (EXCLUSIVE)

PARIS – Amazon Prime Video is in advanced negotiations to take culture-clash comedy series “Germanized,” which would become the streaming giant’s third German series following the cyber-thriller “You Are Wanted” and the Berlin-set gangster drama “4 Blocks.” Earlier this week, Amazon Prime Video unveiled its acquisition of “4 Blocks,” a German-language TNT Serie Original which […]

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