"The ‘Reagan’ script is one of a number of scripts that had been submitted to Will Ferrell which he had considered," the actor's rep told FOXNews.com. "While it is by no means an ‘Alzheimer’s comedy’ as has been suggested, Mr. Ferrell is not pursuing this project."
I'm one of those people who uses comedy to cope with pain, so I believe humor can be found in almost everything. I've had close friends share very funny stories about how they're dealing with cancer. However someone should have realized attaching Reagan's name to this movie was going to cause an uproar.
Perhaps it would be asSALT rather than assault? #SeeWhatIDidThere #ImADork
Police were called to a restaurant in Georgia and found a man with a bleeding lip wound. According to the Associated Press, the altercation began when some members of comedian Kat Williams' family arrived at the restaurant and seated themselves. An argument broke out between the family and restaurant staff when the family was told the seats were reserved for another group. When Williams arrived, the argument escalated and Williams threw a salt shaker at the restaurant manager.
Williams was arrested and charged with one count of battery. He bonded out of jail early Thursday morning.
2016 has gotten off to a rough start for Williams - He's already been involved in a series of arrests.
Actor Alec Baldwin will attempt to host a comedy panel game show where the key is to fill in the blank. The Match Game was popualr in the 70's. The game is similiar to what we see now on Comedy Central's @Midnight but with bigger stars mixed in.
Have you seen the old Match Game? Baldwin better be holding the skinny microphone or I am not watching.
Snapchat was originally known as the App for sending nude pics because the photos would auto-delete in 10 seconds. It's come a long way since then with Snapchat Stories that last 24 hours. But of course with the Internet, everything pretty much lasts forever.
Usher was giving a tour of his house on Snapchat when he decided to enter his steam room. Naked. And by the way, this wasn't the kind of nude selfie that happened because of an accidental reflection in the mirror. This was a full-on Kardashian-style nude selfie.
If Variety is to be believed, Will Ferrell could catch some serious heat for his new movie role. Rumor has it Will might be playing the beloved former President Ronald Regan with dementia. Did I mention it's supposed to be a comedy?
A description of the plot: "When Ronald Reagan falls into dementia at the start of his second term, an ambitious intern is tasked with convincing the Commander-In-Chief that he is an actor playing the President in a movie."
And hijinks ensue? Allegedly, Lena Dunham and John Cho have already taken part in a live reading of the script.
Will is no newbie when it comes to playing Presidents. His George W Bush is still noted as one of his best impressions from his SNL days.
Are we still on the bathroom thing? Okay, just checking.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump said Caitlyn Jenner (formally Bruce Jenner) was welcome to use any restroom she wanted to at one of his buildings.
So she went to the bathroom and made a video about it.
In the Facebook video Caitlyn Jenner explained her wonderful bathroom experience. "Thank you, Donald, really appreciate it. And by the way, Ted [Cruz], nobody got molested!"
This bizarre video stems from transgender bathroom laws in states like North Carolina. The law says you must you the bathroom that conforms to your birth gender. Many businesses say they absolutely will not enforce such a measure by discriminating against customers but they will continue to make sure safety is a top priority for everyone.
Snapchat filters are one of the signature pieces of the social network, but now one of them is part of a lawsuit.
The filter of concern is the one that shows how fast you are going.
(Photo: Entercom Staff)
It's fun when someone Snaps from an airplane and they're going 500+ miles per hour! But now a teen allegedly got into a car accident because they were trying to post a really high speed on Snapchat.
The lawsuit suggests that Snapchat should have known that people would drive too fast just to show a high speed. That's a big leap. Couldn't you just as easily snap a photo of the speedometer while you were driving that fast? Wouldn't that make the car manufacturer liable?
Don't get me wrong - I absolutely believe that people probably try and drive fast to get Snapchat to show the speed, but I don't think Snapchat is at fault for that.