“The idea is a drumbeat of dialogue, a drumbeat of discussion about coverage,” says Peter Lee, executive director of Covered California, on thewire.com. “Not about glitches, not about the politics, not about the pundits.”
So it’s a drumbeat, dig? And only hip cats like Levine can deliver that percussive propaganda. Other beatniks such as Fran Drescher, Kal Penn and basketball star Lisa Leslie will be adding their D-list star power to the mix. Sounds like a blast, Daddy-O.
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Jason Segel has been cast as author David Foster Wallace in the biopic “The End of the Tour.”
Biggest Golden Globe TV snubs: “Orange is the New Black,” “Game of Thrones” and “Mad Men.”
Leading the pack in Golden Globe nominations with seven each, the films “12 Years A Slave” and “American Hustle” will likely earn multiple Oscar nominations. Film snubs: “The Butler,” Martin Scorsese and Tom Hanks.
Trisha Yearwood is the latest artist to back out of a SeaWorld gig in the wake of “Blackfish,” a documentary about the park’s treatment of its animals and staff.
Musician Taylor Swift is 24.
Actor Jamie Foxx (“Ray”) is 46.
Actor Steve Buscemi (“Boardwalk Empire”) is 56.
Actress Wendie Malick (“Hot in Cleveland”) is 63.
Actor Christopher Plummer (“Up”) is 84.
Actor Dick Van Dyke (“Mary Poppins”) is 88.