Today's Headlines

Welcome to PMandS.com! * * * Follow us on Twitter @_PMandS * * * New on DVD and Blu-Ray Tuesday: ‘Cake’ and ‘Taken 3′ * * * Sequel to ‘The Lego Movie’ will be entitled ‘The Lego Movie Sequel’ * * * Ben Stiller announces on Instagram Billy Zane will appear in ‘Zoolander 2′ * * * San Jose Sharks part ways with coach Todd McLellan after seven years; McLellan is the winningest coach in franchise history * * * Raptors guard Lou Williams named NBA Sixth Man of the Year * * * Reds manager Bryan Price uses the F-word an impressive 77 times in rant toward reporters Monday * * * President Obama sends U.S. Navy aircraft carrier to Yemen as Saudi Arabia, Iran back opposite sides in civil war there * * * Senate nears deal to pass anti-trafficking bill and vote on confirmation of Loretta Lynch as new Attorney General * * * Support for ObamaCare climbs to highest level in more than two years, according to a new Kaiser Health Tracking Poll * * *
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PM&S’ late night highlights (4/20-4/24)

PM&S’ late night highlights (4/20-4/24)

(Conan is repeats this week) The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC) Monday: LL Cool J, Rose Byrne, Big Sean Tuesday: Blake Lively (The Age of Adaline), “Weird Al” Yankovic, Brian Grazer, Nate Bargatze Wednesday: Russell Crowe (The Water Diviner), Gov. Chris Christie, Kenny Chesney Thursday: Chris Evans, Monty Python, LunchMoneyLewis Friday: Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Olsen  Late Show with David [...]

Filed under: Politics
This guy really didn’t like Hillary Clinton much at all

This guy really didn’t like Hillary Clinton much at all

Larry Darrell Upright died a week ago last Monday in North Carolina at age 81. The man’s death didn’t make national news, but his obituary did. Described as a staunch Republican and a man passionate about politics, Upright’s family honored him in his obituary by asking respectfully that “you do not vote for Hillary Clinton [...]

Filed under: Movies
Quick Reviews: Paul Blart 2, ‘Unfriended’ and more

Quick Reviews: Paul Blart 2, ‘Unfriended’ and more

PAUL BLART: MALL COP 2 (PG)–I actually was somewhat excited when the first Paul Blart movie came out in 2009. Okay, maybe not excited, but I thought the concept had the potential to amuse me. It really didn’t very much. Now comes the sequel. Once again, the producers did a pretty good job promoting it. The [...]

Filed under: Sports
Complete list and basic stats of 2015 NBA early entrants

Complete list and basic stats of 2015 NBA early entrants

It’s nothing new for lottery talent to declare for the NBA Draft, but I’m not sure there has been a year where so much late to mid-first round and second round talent has announced they are leaving school early. There could be even more talent that will join the names below–college players have until April [...]

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PM&S’ late night highlights (4/13-4/18)

PM&S’ late night highlights (4/13-4/18)

(Jimmy Fallon is repeats this week) Late Show with David Letterman (CBS) Monday: Sarah Jessica Parker, Jordan Spieth, Asleep at the Wheel Tuesday: Billy Crystal, Julie Chen, Chris Stapleton Wednesday: Michael J. Fox, Amy Sedaris, Iron & Wine, Ben Bridwell Thursday: Kevin James (Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2), Tom Dreesen, Tracy Chapman Friday: Alec Baldwin, [...]

Filed under: Sports
Spieth is merely the tip of the PGA’s youthful iceberg

Spieth is merely the tip of the PGA’s youthful iceberg

Not much more to say about what Jordan Spieth did yesterday. A botched short-to-medium range putt on 18 on Sunday cost him the best overall performance in Masters history, but as a young man who grew up idolizing Tiger Woods it seemed appropriate Spieth would “merely” share that mark with his hero at -18. Besides, there were [...]

Filed under: Movies
Nicholas Sparks strikes again with ‘The Longest Ride’

Nicholas Sparks strikes again with ‘The Longest Ride’

Man, Nicholas Sparks’ romance books have been made into ten movies now. Not a one has grossed a hundred million dollars domestically, but Sparks’ disciples in Hollywood keep cranking them out. The most popular one was easily 2004′s The Notebook–that made the most money and it is the only Sparks adaptation to have a majority positive [...]

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Trailer Tuesday: Galifianakis, Black, and ‘Dude Bro Party Massacre 3′

Trailer Tuesday: Galifianakis, Black, and ‘Dude Bro Party Massacre 3′

Masterminds is directed by Jared Hess (Napoleon Dynamite) and stars Zach Galifianakis, Owen Wilson, Kristen Wiig and Jason Sudeikis. It is due to arrive on August 7th. The D Train is a high school reunion comedy starring Jack Black and James Marsden. It is due May 8th. Shooting Clerks tells the story of how Kevin [...]

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PM&S’ late night highlights (4/6-4/10)

PM&S’ late night highlights (4/6-4/10)

(Kimmel and Letterman are repeats this week) The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC) Monday: Michael Douglas, Kat Dennings, St. Vincent Tuesday: Louis C.K., Sophia Bush, Who Is Fancy Wednesday: Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Scott Eastwood (The Longest Ride), Flo Rida Thursday: Madonna, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Friday: Kevin James, Vanessa Hudgens, Dan White Conan (TBS) Monday: Billy Gardell, [...]

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‘Furious 7′ is a most fitting good-bye to Paul Walker

‘Furious 7′ is a most fitting good-bye to Paul Walker

Furious 7 is the seventh movie in the Fast & Furious franchise, and is now playing in 4,004 theaters nationwide. It is rated “PG-13″ for prolonged frenetic sequences of violence, action and mayhem, suggestive content and brief strong language. It is two hours and 17 minutes long. Plot: The mercenary villain from Fast & Furious 6, Shaw (Luke [...]