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New 'House of Lies' Promo: Don Cheadle is Sticking It to the 1 Percent

by Crystal Bell, posted Nov 12th 2011 1:00PM
house of lies promoGet ready corporate America. Marty Kaan is coming for you.

Showtime has released a new trailer for their new midseason comedy, 'House of Lies,' featuring the cast -- which includes Don Cheadle, Kristen Bell and Ben Schwartz -- sticking it to the 1 percent. They're management consultants who control more than you think, and they'll say whatever they can to close the deal -- even if that means seducing a client. And yes, there's even a little more dancing involved.

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Watch Showtime's Full 'House of Lies' Trailer

by Chris Harnick, posted Oct 8th 2011 4:30PM
House of LiesWe already saw a very funny glimpse of the 'House of Lies' cast dancing in an earlier promo, but now it's time for the full thing.

Showtime has released a new trailer featuring the cast -- which includes Don Cheadle, Kristen Bell and Ben Schwartz -- setting up the show. They're management consultants who control more than you think. The trailer is fun, snappy and actually kind of sexy at the same time. Have no fear, there's still some dancing!

'House of Lies' debuts this January.

Check out the video below.

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'House of Lies' Stars Don Cheadle & Kristen Bell Rock a New Promo

by Maggie Furlong, posted Sep 24th 2011 7:00PM
House of LiesCritics haven't seen more than a quick clip or trailer for Showtime's new comedy 'House of Lies,' but I'm still excited and optimistic for what the show might be.

See I love a lot of the network's so-called comedies, but this one -- starring Don Cheadle, Kristen Bell, Ben Schwartz, Josh Lawson and Dawn Oliveri -- has promise to actually be funny.

Proof: This bare-bones but totally adorable promo of the five management consultants letting loose a bit. Sure, the show's description calls them "cutthroat" and says they'll do just about anything for money, but that can be comical, too. And even without showing me a second of footage from the show, seeing Cheadle's silly side and, of course, Bell's usual adorableness has gotten me pumped to see more.

We'll have to wait until closer to the show's Jan. 8 premiere for actual screeners, but stay tuned. For now, just enjoy ...

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Don Cheadle and Jimmy Fallon Play a Fun Card Game on 'Late Night' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Jul 26th 2011 5:30AM
Don Cheadle, 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon'While we doubt we'll be seeing it on any of the late night poker television shows any time soon, there's something so simple and fun about the card game Jimmy Fallon and Don Cheadle played on 'Late Night' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on NBC).

The premise is simple enough. Each player sticks a card to their forehead, and then proceed to bet on whether or not they think they have the higher card. When your opponent has a low card, you might start to get cocky, but that angst wondering about your own card starts to get into your psyche.

While it was fun seeing Fallon try to bluff Cheadle, the latter revealed a very savvy poker mind. Fallon was saying he had nothing, which made him convinced he had a King or an Ace. It was an Ace, which easily smoked Fallon's three. Admit it, you'll be playing this game with your friends by the weekend.

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Don Cheadle Doesn't Like Craig Ferguson's Robot Sidekick Geoff Peterson (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Jun 7th 2011 6:18AM
Geoff Peterson, 'The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson'Regular viewers of 'The Late Late Show' (Weeknights, 12:37AM ET on CBS) have become used to Craig Ferguson's loyal robot sidekick Geoff Peterson. Don Cheadle must not be a regular viewer, as he was absolutely shocked to see Geoff standing at his podium.

"Oh s***, what the f*** is that?" he said when he noticed Geoff. "That wasn't here the last time I was here."

Ferguson tried to play nice by introducing the two, but Geoff saying hello didn't make things better at all.

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Showtime Orders Two New Series Starring Kristen Bell, Claire Danes, Don Cheadle and Damian Lewis

by Maureen Ryan, posted Apr 7th 2011 3:20PM
House of Lies'Veronica Mars' fans, Kristen Bell is returning to TV.

On Thursday, Showtime ordered 12 episodes of 'House of Lies,' a half-hour comedy starring Don Cheadle as a "self-loathing," cutthroat management consultant and Bell as one of Cheadle's razor-sharp employees.

The network also ordered the hour-long psychological thriller 'Homeland,' which stars Claire Daines as a CIA officer "battling her own demons" and Damian Lewis as a soldier who may be connected to an Al Qaeda plot. The show comes from Howard Gordon, Alex Gansa and Gideon Raff. Gansa and Gordon both used to work on '24,' and the show is based on Raff's Israeli drama, 'Prisoners of War.'

Both shows begin production this summer.

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Kristen Bell Joins Don Cheadle in Showtime's 'House of Lies'

by Catherine Lawson, posted Feb 1st 2011 6:10AM
Kristen Bell'Veronica Mars' and 'Scream 4' star Kristen Bell could be heading back to TV screens for the fall 2011 season.

According to TVLine.com, Bell has signed on for a lead role in the Showtime pilot, 'House of Lies.'

The dark comedy is based on Martin Kihn's bestelling book, 'How Management Consultants Steal Your Watch and Tell You the Time,' and it revolves around dueling corporate management consulting firms.

Bell joins previously cast stars Don Cheadle ('Hotel Rwanda') and Dawn Olivieri ('Heroes'). She will reportedly play the part of Jeannie Van Der Hooven, a razor-sharp Ivy League grad who reluctantly finds herself attracted to her co-worker Marty (Cheadle).

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Brandon Mychal Smith Might Leave 'Skating With the Stars,' Ethan Hawke in Talks to Join Fox Pilot and More

by Jean Bentley, posted Dec 13th 2010 6:30PM
Brandon Mychal SmithBrandon Mychal Smith made it through last week's 'Skating With the Stars' based on rehearsal footage, but his ice-skating journey might not continue much longer.

Smith was rushed to the hospital after falling ill while practicing for last Monday's episode, and TMZ reports that his mystery illness will force him to drop out of the competition tonight.

However, an ABC representative wouldn't confirm anything when Zap2it called for a statement, only saying "Brandon Mychal Smith will he appearing on tonight's 'Skating with the Stars' on ABC. He will update viewers on his health and whether he will be able to finish the competition."

In other TV news ...

'The Good Wife' is planning an episode inspired by 'The Social Network.' A young tech billionaire will hire Will to represent him when a movie version of his life depicts him in an unflattering light. [Movieline]

Ethan Hawke is in talks to star in the potential Fox pilot 'Exit Strategy.' The actor would star as the team leader of a group of operatives deployed to extract CIA agents when missions go bad. Hawke would also produce. [Deadline]

Don Cheadle has signed on to play the lead in a new dark comedy for Showtime. 'House of Lies' is based on the book 'House of Lies: How Management Consultants Steal Your Watch and Tell You the Time.' [The Hollywood Reporter]

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Don Cheadle, Jimmy Kimmel Make Fun of Matt Damon (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted May 11th 2010 6:53AM
Don Cheadle Makes Fun of Matt Damon on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'Don Cheadle showcased his deadpan sarcasm and quick wit on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' (weeknights, 12:05AM ET on ABC), brought to the fore when Cheadle and Jimmy Kimmel joked about their common frenemy: Matt Damon.

The two discussed their involvement in presenting the actor with the 2010 American Cinematheque Award. "I'm not sure what that [organization] is," said Kimmel. With a straight face, Don replied, "It's a group of drug addicts who watch films and then they pick their favorite actors."

Cheadle further joked that Damon paid for Ben Affleck and other friends to attend the event, and told Kimmel what he would do if he received the same award.

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Don Cheadle: 'I'll Do Some Heroin' (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Mar 2nd 2010 5:15AM
Stephen Colbert, Don CheadleStephen Colbert has a point. If Don Cheadle cared anything about his career or his causes, he'd get out there and kill a hooker or do some heroin.

After Colbert explained his reasoning on 'The Colbert Report' (weeknights, 11:30PM ET on COM), Cheadle promised to get himself into the tabloids one way or another.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Don Cheadle Wants Tim Meadows to Play Him on 'Craig Ferguson' (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Feb 25th 2010 3:50AM
Craig Ferguson, Don Cheadle, Tim MeadowsIf you're a busy actor and need someone to sub in for you on a talk show, turn to Tim Meadows. He can play anyone, even Meryl Streep, whom he stepped in for on 'Late Show With David Letterman' the other night.

"To be honest, I've always felt like a 60-year-old white woman," says Meadows. Still, Craig Ferguson isn't buying it, and doesn't think he's up to the challenge of playing Don Cheadle on 'The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson' (weeknights, 12:37AM ET on CBS).

We don't know, though. He's a dead ringer. He just needs to get that "black 'Iron Man'" thing worked out. Or maybe Cheadle needs to get that worked out.

Watch the video after the jump.

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'Funny or Die' Delves Into Drunk History (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Feb 22nd 2010 7:47AM
Funny or Die, Drunk History, Will Ferrell, Don CheadleWe knew the 'Funny or Die Presents' (Sat., 12AM ET on HBO) guys would come up with a great way to teach kids about slavery. Have someone ingest two bottles of wine, then narrate the story in a drunken stupor, with Will Ferrell playing Abraham Lincoln and Don Cheadle as Frederick Douglas.

We're quite certain the video will end up in classrooms all across the country, and just think of the spin-off possibilities. Everything from the Wright Brothers to World War II could become a part of the Drunk History archives. Just think about it. That's all we ask.

Watch the video after the jump.

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NBC Signs Adam Carolla, Don Cheadle

by Scott Harris, posted Oct 23rd 2009 2:30PM
Adam CarollaGet out your trampolines, because the dream team is back together. Adam Carolla and Jimmy Kimmel, whose late night cable series 'The Man Show' became a cult hit thanks to such innovative contributions to society as their "Girls Jumping on Trampolines" segment, are teaming up once again for a new NBC sitcom.

According to Variety, NBC has inked a deal with Carolla to star as a contractor whose wife leaves him. Kimmel would co-produce. Since the end of 'The Man Show',' Kimmel has gone on to greater success with 'Jimmy Kimmel Live', while Carolla has appeared on 'Dancing With the Stars.'.

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Don Cheadle's March to Madness bringing college basketball to FX

by Jason Hughes, posted Aug 26th 2009 1:02PM
Don CheadleThe title March to Madness is almost too clever for it's own good. How did it take this many years for someone to come up with that one? I love the pitch for this one, too: "a corrupt college basketball program ... cheats its way to the 'March Madness' NCAA basketball tournament." If it's on FX, of course it has corruption.

March to Madness and FX are a match made in heaven. Nobody does the darker side of humanity better than FX. The Shield, Rescue Me, Sons of Anarchy ... even It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia tackles the lowest forms of people. It's a beautiful combination of amazing writing and gut-wrenching acting that make these dirtbag characters teem with life and humanity.

And what a great subject to tackle. There's so much at stake with the NCAA Tournament for the kids and the schools, the drama practically writes itself. The story, we're told, will be from the point of view of an idealistic coach who's struggling with the compromises he makes with his own integrity to get his team where he needs to be. Too bad Don Cheadle's only executive producing, I'd love to see him tackle that role.

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LaToya Jackson to Co-Host 'The View' & More TV News

by Andrew Scott, posted Aug 25th 2009 1:30PM
LaToya JacksonLaToya Jackson to co-host 'The View,' Oprah schedules her next book club selection, MTV picks up the rights to 'Skins' and more of today' top TV headlines.

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