Fathom Events and Open Road Films are thrilled to present a special one-night event, Rosewater: Jon Stewart & Stephen Colbert Live, in select cinemas nationwide on Thursday, November 13 LIVE at 7:30 PM/ET and tape-delayed 7:30PM CT, MT and PT. (Run time approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes)
Join Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert and special guest Maziar Bahari, for a full-length advanced screening of Jon Stewart’s highly-anticipated film, Rosewater, before its November 14 release. Shot during Stewart’s 3-month hiatus from “The Daily Show”, Rosewater tells the dramatic story of BBC journalist Maziar Bahari’s imprisonment in his native Iran for covering their presidential election. In addition to being among the first to experience this captivating film, cinema audiences will be treated to a LIVE conversation with Jon Stewart and special guest Maziar Bahari, hosted by Stephen Colbert. You too can join the conversation by tweeting your questions now via Twitter using the hashtag #RosewaterLive.
Tickets are available online, or if they are not available for your location, you can purchase your tickets by visiting the box office at your local participating movie theater.
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On last night’s episode of @midnight host Chris Hardwick announced that the show will be in New York Monday November 3rd – Wednesday November 5th, 2014 as part of the New York Comedy Festival, and noted that, “Maybe we will get a little visit from Mr. Stephen Colbert.”
No further details were given, but you can join the waiting list for tickets to be notified of any additional ticket releases.
Update: Comedy Central Press have confirmed that Stephen Colbert will make a special appearance on the show.
The Northwestern University Dance Marathon (NUDM) is one of the largest student-run philanthropies in the United States. Held every March at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, the marathon, currently in it’s 41st year, has raised raised more than $15 million for more than thirty different beneficiaries.
Registrations for next years event to be held from March 6th – 8th are now open.
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Lucky Colbert Nation members snapped these pictures of the filming of “The Colbert Report” garage sale. A sign outside the studio reads “10AM – 1PM”.
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92Y On Demand have posted the full video from Stephen Colbert’s conversation with Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg in which the pair discussed their new book “How Google Works“, which provides an insider’s look into Google’s unique culture and how they have redefined what it takes to be successful in today’s business world.
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On Wednesday night’s episode of “The Colbert Report”, Stephen Colbert devoted a segment of “Who’s Attacking Me Now?” to the search engine giant Google, who have robbed him of a precious inch of height.
“You see folks, when I Googled myself this afternoon, as I do every day at 3 sharp … I was horrified to learn that the Google celebrity profile of me lists my height as 5’10″. 5’10″? What is that measured in? Hectares? Because it sure isn’t feet and inches, Google. I’m 5’11″!”
Colbert went on to personally address the chief executive of Google, Larry Page, because in image-conscious Hollywood an extra inch means everything. “All I want is the height I deserve. And I fought for every inch, and no one, but no one, is taking that away from me. Especially not Larry Page, who according to Google, is 5’11”. [The New York Times]
Well it seems that the good humoured powers that be at Google were watching the show on Wednesday night. If you search, “How tall is Stephen Colbert” on Google, you will receive the following answer “5′ 10.5″ (1.79m -ish)”. And as seen in the image above, Google couldn’t help getting a jab in at tiny fake newsman Jon Stewart, who is listed as “Shorter”.
But it doesn’t end there folks …
Here’s something great for your Friday appointment listening, Hubsters! Slate’s David Plotz’s new podcast series “Working” explores the workdays of various kinds of folks. He sagely chose Slate-thusiast Stephen Colbert for his first episode. It’s fantastic to listen to Stephen run down through the entire day from start to finish, and it’s the longest you’ll ever hear Stephen speaking without interruption. Enjoy, and let’s discuss further after the jump.
It’s no secret that Stephen Colbert is a huge Apple fanboy, but his taking a call from Apple’s head software designer during a product presentation took the audience by surprise:
Forget hosting The Late Show, Stephen Colbert just lined up the gig of a lifetime: Intergalactic Chancellor of Apple.
Well, his exact title is still a work in progress, if Thursday’s iPad event is any evidence. In a very dad-like phone call, Apple’s senior VP of software design Craig Federighi explained to Colbert how the comedian would help the tech company “triple-down” on secrecy — something much needed after Wednesday’s iPad leak.
Source: The Verge