Cooper and DeNiro Talk 'Silver Linings Playbook', Mental Illness and Cooper's Dating Status on KatieBy Jamey Giddens on February 04, 2013
The men who helped bring about one of 2012's best feature films are being featured on this afternoon's installment of Katie. Bradley Cooper and Robert DeNiro, who star in David O. Russell's brilliant, mental illness dramedy Silver Linings Playbook, recently sat down with The Perkie One.
The two men, who both received Oscar nominations for their work in the flick, are joined by Russell and mental health advocate Patrick J. Kennedy, son of the late Sen. Ted Kennedy. Watch a few sneak peeks below! READ MORE
Katie Couric’s self-titled talk show will be returning for a second season. Disney-ABC Domestic Television has picked up for Katie for Season 2, touting its status as the No. 1 new syndicated talk show. See the full press release announcing the renewal below.
I'm gonna be quite honest here and admit I'm having a tough time following this story. I'm talking a really tough time — like math class tough!
From what I can gather, some Notre Dame player named Manti Te'o claimed he led his university's football program almost to a national championship, all to honor his dead girlfriend. Only problem is, the girlfriend isn't dead. In fact, there is no girlfriend; it was all allegedly some internet weirdo "catfishing" the athlete!
Katie Couric is airing an exclusive interview with the Heisman Trophy runner-up and his parents today on her talk show. Will the Perky One be able to get to the bottom of this case of computer love gone terribly wrong? Check your local listings for Katie airtimes. Watch a couple of sneak peeks below!
In October, Deadline reported Jeff Zucker, former CEO of NBCUniversal and Katie executive producer, was among the possible contenders to take over ratings-challenged cable news channel CNN. Now The New York Times is reporting the four-month search is focusing on Zucker.
Several news executives close to Mr. Zucker said this week that they believed he had been chosen to run CNN, and they expected the appointment to be announced soon. People close to the Time Warner chief executive, Jeffrey L. Bewkes, also identified Mr. Zucker. A Time Warner spokesman declined to comment.