Here’s the full trailer for Tulsa King.
Paramount Network will air a linear sneak peek of the series premiere as a special simulcast event immediately following the highly-anticipated Season 5 return of Yellowstone that same night (with the second episode airing behind Yellowstone on November 20).
The show follows New York mafia capo Dwight “The General” Manfredi (Stallone), just after he is released from prison after 25 years and unceremoniously exiled by his boss to set up shop in Tulsa, Okla.
Let’s hope things go well for this show and it doesn’t get too political.
Has Harvey Weinstein killed himself yet? Unfortunately it appears not. At any rate maybe when Mel Gibson gets to take a shot at this shit pile he might consider it. According to Variety:
Mel Gibson can be called to testify against Harvey Weinstein at the producer’s upcoming Los Angeles rape trial, a judge ruled on Friday.
Prosecutors want to call the actor to support the allegations of Jane Doe 3, who claims that Weinstein sexually assaulted her after she gave him a massage at his hotel in 2010. According to Deputy District Attorney Marlene Martinez, the woman later told Gibson about the incident during a massage, and Gibson’s testimony would help buttress her allegation.
What’s more, the based judge in question has ruled that Mel cannot be asked silly questions about alleged ‘anti semitic’ comments he’s made in the past.
Here is Jamie Lee Curtis talking briefly about True Lies 2. Although somewhat in jest, she says she wants to do it. We already know Schwarzenegger would be willing to do it, in fact, I’m sure if you tried to launch a new floor bleach product, Schwarzenegger would appear in an advert for it if asked.
But at one point, when they were a lot younger, Curtis said no, citing being too old. Now that they’re even older, she says yes. So one obstacle is removed.
Of course, Cameron is probably not going to do it. He’s still doing those Smurf movies, but mind you, he’s involved in that upcoming demonic True Lies TV series.