Miranda created and starred in the Broadway sensation about the first US treasury secretary. The gig will be Miranda's first time hosting "SNL", but the " Hamilton " creator has plenty of experience performing live. The recent Complex cover star also signed on for Mary Poppins Returns , which is set to go into production in early 2017. Who would do you hope to see cameo from Hamilton? And by "it", we mean Saturday Night Live .
Peres, celebrated around the world as a Nobel Prize-winning visionary who pushed his country toward peace during a remarkable seven-decade career, died early Wednesday from complications from a stroke. "Our father's legacy has always been the future. He was a warrior who helped secure Israel against its adversaries and a peacemaker who knew, as he liked to say, that there are no hopeless situations, only hopeless people".
Last month, China's richest man went public with his goal of sealing at least two $1 billion deals for Hollywood companies this year. Wanda, which began as a real estate development company in China, already owns the AMC Entertainment theater chain in the USA and other chains around the world .
Nick Jonas has entered the world of Jumanji! It's still up in the air about who Nick Jonas is playing but he seems pretty excited about it. "Great dude, great positive energy and very talented", Johnson captioned the shot. In addition to comedian Rhys Darby ( Hunt for the Wilderpeople ) has also joined the cast and will play a character called Nigel. Johnson plays a character named Dr.
And here is what is so great about Hadid: she was just like, Oh hell no. Hadid reacted by sharing a Huffington Post reporter's suggestion the headline should be re-written, affirming she absolutely has the right to defend herself from being "man-handled by a complete stranger".
Trump spun that into a question about Clinton's stamina; she steered it back to his derogatory comments about women. After the debate, the GOP nominee said he was given a "defective mic ". "You know, just join the debate by saying more insane things". Speaking on "Good Morning America", the IN governor said he wished Holt brought up some of the scandals that have been "at the forefront" of Clinton's campaign.