JAMES SWARTZ Headlines

  • James Corden's Predator flops his James Bond audition in new sketch

    Predators have feelings, too. James Corden proves so in a new sketch for The Late Late Show wherein the host dons a Predator suit and goes on the hunt, so to speak, for a new acting gig. Hollywood only sees Howard (that’s Predator’s real name) as just one thing: an alien movie star. All those other Predator movies, including the latest one from director Shane Black, don’t leave him “creatively satisfied” so he’s looking to skirt the typecasting and audition for James Bond. It doesn’t go so...

    EW.com
  • Watch James Corden's Predator Audition for 'James Bond' & Wait Tables

    It can be tough being the perfect killing machine. I mean first of all, everyone just wants to call you The Predator instead of Howard, which is your real name. “I just want to be seen as something other than a mass-murdering space tourist!” Howard/The Predator laments in James Corden's new Late Late Show video spoof. As the mockumentary "Breaking the Mold" shows, The Predator is feeling creatively unfulfilled and is looking for other work. That includes, among other things, a failed audition...

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  • James Bond: Carey Fukunaga to direct next James Bond film

    The Beasts of No Nation director is replacing Danny Boyle as the new 007 director.

    BBC News
  • The Silencing of James Woods

    You'll never guess the stupid reason why he was suspended by Twitter.

    www.infowars.com
  • James Woods locked out of Twitter

    Actor James Woods has been locked out of his Twitter account due to his refusal to delete an Internet meme about a false campaign encouraging men stay at home during the midterm elections.

    Washington Examiner
  • Kevin James Signs With UTA

    Comedian and actor Kevin James has signed with UTA. James most recently was seen in his Netflix stand-up special Never Don’t Give Up, which he also wrote and executive produced. On the television side, James is known for his starring role on Kevin Can Wait, which ran for two seasons on CBS, as well as hit comedy series The King of Queens, which he helmed for nine seasons. The long-running CBS comedy which successfully runs in syndication, was executive produced by James…

    Deadline