The stars of Sony’s upcoming film pulled out of all planned media appearances, including a live BuzzFeed Brews event, on Tuesday. UPDATE: The studio also told movie exhibitors it would not object if they pulled the film from theaters.
UPDATE: This event was canceled when Franco and Rogen pulled out of all planned media appearances after the group claiming responsibility for the Sony hack threatened to attack theaters showing The Interview.
Find out who smells like wood chips and more in this edition of BuzzFeed Brews!
The Voice co-hosts reveal significantly different views on how artists should be compensated.
Blake Shelton and Adam Levine discuss why they think the hugely successful reality show has yet to find a “one in a million” recording artist.
The “Hunter” singer also called himself a feminist: “If feminism is a synonym for equality, then, yeah, sure.”
For the latest installment of BuzzFeed Brews, streamed on Facebook, Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, and Pharrell Williams take time away from their spinning red chairs to join us to talk all things The Voice.
“I feel like Shonda gets me, all of me,” the How to Get Away With Murder actress said at BuzzFeed Brews with Facebook Live on Wednesday. “Not just maybe what I would represent in a generic form, which is mama, maid.”
“Thank god that Shonda Rhimes had this agenda to make television look like life, to make it look like the real world,” Grey’s Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo said at BuzzFeed Brews with Facebook Live. “Let’s just get past diversity being a couple of black people in a show.”
At BuzzFeed Brews with Facebook Live, Viola Davis, Kerry Washington, and Ellen Pompeo tell Annalise Keating, Olivia Pope, and Meredith Grey how they really feel about their behavior.
“I don’t find acting terribly empowering,” the woman behind Meredith Grey said during BuzzFeed Brews with Facebook Live.
For the latest installment of BuzzFeed Brews, streamed on Facebook Live, Ellen Pompeo, Kerry Washington, and Viola Davis talk all things Shonda.
Of being a Time Warner Cable subscriber, Seth Meyers said, “It’s not great, I don’t love it.” His comments came during an interview with BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti as part of BuzzFeed Brews with CBS This Morning.
We should all be thankful nothing else worked out.
“Sometimes I do say, ‘That’s too mean,’” Seth said about making famous people the butt of his jokes during BuzzFeed Brews with CBS This Morning.
“He was such an important person,” the Late Night host said during a BuzzFeed Brews event with CBS This Morning.
For the latest installment of BuzzFeed Brews with CBS This Morning streamed on Facebook, the Late Night host joins us LIVE from 8:15-9 p.m. ET.
“Is like, I honestly, Michael, I was like, like, what happened, the last time he cheated with me the last time when I was in Ibiza, because seriously like…”
The Star-Lord himself decides the fate of these superhero celebrities.
Find out if Chris thinks his Parks and Rec alter ego would survive Guardians of the Galaxy.