He was released without bail at approximately 11:30 p.m. Police arrested Travis right after he got off stage and booked him for inciting a riot, endangering the welfare of a minor, and disorderly conduct. The crowd responded by following his directions - and injuring multiple people, including a security guard and a police office in the process. Things haven't gotten much calmer in the two years since then.
With that, we give you a video of Mark Hamill surprising fans reading lines from the movies. Oh, and here's to hoping you win the grand prize! Today is a day most likely chosen to be " Star Wars day " because its sounds close to " May the force be with you ", a line uttered by many characters across the franchise.
But Sobral was the man of the hour on Sunday, after the Lisbon native with a heart condition put an end to the southern European country's long misery in the famed Eurovision contest, which he took in a landslide. And how did Australia fare in its third time competing? By the time the curtain fell on the 2017 contest, 1,479 songs in total were performed, according to Eurovision .
No one use it. "Is this like " The Godfather " where you kiss me and no one ever sees me again?" It was when McCarthy reached Trump Tower that things took an interesting turn with Baldwin's Trump making an unwanted advance. Holt (played by a visibly uncomfortable Michael Che): "And you're just admitting that?" "But that's obstruction of justice", Che's Holt, surprised by the admission, responds.
It wasn't that they didn't talk about Donald Trump, because it's not like anybody has lacked for Bee, Oliver and Colbert's thoughts on our president, but they didn't talk about anything of substance. Colbert's guest on the show, Jon Stewart, later discussed the audience's weird reaction to the Comey news. "The things you say, even if they're crass or even if they are in some ways not respectful enough to the office of the presidency, we can insult, he can injure", Stewart said.
In the ceremony's other gender-neutral acting categories, " The Walking Dead " star Jeffrey Dean won for best villain ahead of Allison Williams in " Get Out " and Jared Leto in "Suicide Squad". That last award was presented by co-stars of the film smash Get Out: a blond Allison Williams, in shimmering miniskirt, alongside a nervous-looking Lil Rey Howery.