Yes, that forking happened. “The Good Place” actress Jameela Jamil was identified as Kamilah al-Jamil during the E! red carpet show.
Jamil, who plays Tahani al-Jamil in the NBC comedy series, hit the 2019 Golden Globes red carpet with a look inspired by her fashionable character. But E! committed the ultimate taboo by calling her Kamilah.
“The Good Place” fans know that Tahani spent her entire life in the shadow of her superstar younger sister, Kamilah. Tahani’s rivalry with her sister is ultimately what lead to her death (she was crushed by a statue of her sister as she tried to knock it down).
Directed by Peter Farrelly, the based-on-a-true-story explores the friendship between Shirley and his chauffeur, Tony “Lip” Vallelonga (Viggo Mortensen), in the Deep South during the ’60s. Some of Shirley’s family members have taken issue with the movie, calling it a “symphony of lies.” The film is based on stories Lip told his son, who serves as a screenwriter on the movie.
Fresh from accepting his award for best supporting actor, Ali was asked about the family’s discontent with the film.
It was the public proposal to end all other public proposals.
Maya Rudolph and Amy Poehler hit the stage as presenters at the 76th Golden Globe Awards on Sunday, and it was more than just a Bronx Beat reunion.
After waxing poetic about the importance of Hollywood stars and all the “memorable” lines given to supporting actors, a visibly jittery Rudolph asked her former “SNL” castmate a very important question.
After "The Americans’ " Golden Globe win for TV drama, executive producer Joel Fields noted similarities between the FX show, about a couple of Cold War-era undercover KGB spies, and the political climate today.
"It's funny, when the show began, part of the strength to us was the ability to write about the Russians with the sense that people couldn't imagine that they were our adversaries because it had been so long ago," he said. "It's unfortunate that the Cold War seems to have heated up again. But our hope is that … maybe we'll find a way quickly to get back to a warmer place where we can see each other as human beings and less as adversaries."
Despite the Cold War tension, series creator and executive producer Joe Weisberg said that the series, which stars Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys, was always intended as a portrait of a complex marriage.