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Howard Stern speaks about potential role in MCU Doctor Doom project in possible hot mic moment

Howard Stern was heard talking with co-host Robin Quivers Wednesday about working on a potential Doctor Doom project in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in what appeared to be a hot mic moment.In the recording, which is overscored with commercials, the shock jock, 68, was heard saying, 'They’re going over the schedule with me, and it’s going to suck.'Stern was asked by his stalwart co-host, 69, if he was 'working this summer.' The latest:Howard Stern, 68, was heard talking with co-host Robin Quivers, 69, on Wednesday about working on a potential Doctor Doom project in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in what appeared to be a hot mic momentHe replied, 'Well, I told you I'm gonna do Doctor Doom,' to which Quivers said she 'didn't know' that he would be shooting now.The SiriusXM personality continued: 'Believe me, I'm f***ing miserable about it - I don't even want to ... because I'm an a**hole.

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Chic's Nile Rodgers ‘died eight times' during wild night out with Robert Downey Jr.
Nile Rodgers, 69, once opened up about the time his heart “stopped eight times” during a debauched night out with Iron Man’s Robert Downey Jr, 57.The musician recalled being brought back to life by doctors after narrowly escaping death.Nile claimed that he and the Avengers star had enjoyed a seriously heavy night together back in 1984, before things took a turn for the terrifying. The musician reportedly sprung back to life seconds before doctors pronounced him dead.In a resurfaced interview, he remembered: “I died eight times in one night and they brought me back. “Eight times my heart stopped.”“I was hanging out with Robert Downey Jr… It was coke and alcohol. “I was fine, but then I passed out,” he continued.“Typical rock n roll death…You choke on your own vomit,” he told The Guardian.The incident clearly had an effect on Nile, as now the star can boast being sober for a quarter of a century. Nile is an American musician, producer and composer, responsible for more than 500 million albums and 75 million single sales worldwide.He has a star in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and is also the chairman of the Songwriters Hall of Fame.Chic co-founder Nile is also a three-time Grammy Award-winner, responsible for songs such as 1977’s Everybody Dance and 1978’s Le Freak. The star has collaborated with some of the most famous musicians in the world, including Madonna and Duran Duran.He also produced David Bowie’s Let’s Dance following Chic’s breakup in 1983. More recently, he has worked with artists like Mick Jagger, Grace Jones, Christina Aguilera and Lady Gaga.Nile is set to join a star-studded list of talent set to perform at Platinum Party at the Palace this weekend. On Saturday, the Buckingham Palace-set celebration will
Watch Kenneth Branagh transform into Boris Johnson in ‘This England’ trailer
This England, starring Kenneth Branagh as Boris Johnson.The series, co-written and directed by Michael Winterbottom, is based on Johnson’s first months as prime minister and the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic in the UK.A synopsis reads: “The drama takes us inside the halls of power, as Johnson grapples with COVID-19, Brexit, and a personal and political life wracked by controversy.“The events in government are interwoven with first-hand testimonies from around the UK, from the experts and scientists racing against time to understand the virus; the doctors, nurses and care-home workers on the frontline working tirelessly and heroically to contain and overcome it; and ordinary people whose lives were thrown into turmoil.”Alongside Branagh, the show stars Ophelia Lovibond (Feel Good) as Carrie Johnson and Andrew Buchan (The Crown) as former Health Secretary Matt Hancock.While an exact release date is yet to be announced, This England is scheduled to be released on Sky Atlantic and NOW later this year.Branagh was recently cast in Christopher Nolan’s next film Oppenheimer, alongside Cillian Murphy, Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr, Florence Pugh and Rami Malek.The film follows theoretical physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer (Murphy) and his contributions to the Manhattan Project which led to the creation of the atomic bomb.
Matthew Broderick details why working with wife Sarah Jessica Parker on Broadway has been a pleasant surprise
Matthew Broderick wasn't sure what to expect when he signed up to work with his wife, Sarah Jessica Parker, who he has been married to since 1997, on a two person Broadway show, and the grueling hours that came with it.MORE: Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick celebrate 23rd wedding anniversary in the sweetest wayThe two first started with their show, Plaza Suite, back in 2020, but production was put to a halt due to the pandemic just a few weeks after they had started. He, like many, thought they would go on break for just a few weeks.Plaza Suite is a comedy play originally written by Neil Simon in 1969, and it follows a wife and husband staying in the same suite they stayed in for their honeymoon 23 years earlier.WATCH: SJP takes viewers behind the scenes on And Just Like That...MORE: Sarah Jessica Parker's $15m New York townhouse is better than Carrie Bradshaw'sNow it's back, and they perform a whopping eight shows a week.The Ferris Bueller's Day Off actor stopped by Live! With Kelly and Ryan to chat with Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest about the Broadway show, and what it's really like working with one's wife, particularly under such an intense schedule.Ryan hilariously started the conversation by saying: "You have a co-star who's a real up and comer, do you have good chemistry?" The couple looked dazzling during the premiere's red carpetKelly then didn't hesitate to ask him what everyone wanted to know: "How do you get away from each other?"MORE: Sarah Jessica Parker asks fans for help following surprising backstage momentMORE: Matthew Broderick responds to Robert Downey Jr's request to reconnect with SJPMatthew's answer was surprising, and even he wasn't expecting it.