Entertainment Stephen Colbert, James Corden Are Turning To Their Respective Studios

21:56  06 august  2020
21:56  06 august  2020 Source:   etcanada.com

Why do people drop statues?

 Why do people drop statues? In the National Assembly there is a room called the Colbert Room. And in front of the building, a statue of Colbert is erected. He seems to count this Colbert! Why then is he entitled to such tributes? Because he was an important minister to King Louis XIV. But Jean-Baptiste Colbert is also at the origin of a text called the Black Code. It was a set of rules that organized slavery in the French colonies.

Stephen Colbert in a suit standing in front of a store: Stephen Colbert. Photo: Global TV © Global TV Stephen Colbert. Photo: Global TV

Stephen Colbert and James Corden are getting back to business.

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Global‘s “The Late Show”, and "The Late Late Show" will return to their traditional studios next week, according to ViacomCBS CEO Bob Bakish, per Variety. Bakish revealed the plans during a second-quarter earnings call on Thursday.

Colbert recently told viewers, "When we return, I won’t be in the Ed Sullivan Theater, but I also won’t be sleeping where I work."

Lakers star LeBron James still struggling to adjust to playing without fans

  Lakers star LeBron James still struggling to adjust to playing without fans LeBron James is not concerned with the Lakers losing. He is far more frustrated with getting used to playing games without fans in the NBA bubble."I am getting more and more used to being out there. It’s a very weird dynamic. I haven’t played in an empty gym in a very, very long time," James said following the Lakers’ 116-111 loss to the Indiana Pacers on Saturday. "It’s been a very long time since no one has been watching me play the game. I’m just trying to find that rhythm and lock in.

Neither program will have a live studio audience.

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“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET/PT on Global.

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Stephen Colbert Compares Donald Trump To Thanos In ‘Avengers’ ‘Late Show’ Parody Clip .
Stephen Colbert marked night one of the Republican National Convention on “The Late Show” by comparing Donald Trump to Thanos in an “Avengers” parody skit. The clip was titled “America: Endgame” and saw numerous members of the Republican party be compared to an array of Marvel villains. Attorney general Bill Barr featured as one of the giant apes from the big battle at the end of "Avengers: Endgame", while Rudy Giuliani starred as one of the Chitauri aliens from the first “Avengers” film.

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