Entertainment: Stephen Colbert, James Corden Are Turning To Their Respective Studios

Colbert Imagines the Trump Version of 'Good Will Hunting' (Video)

  Colbert Imagines the Trump Version of 'Good Will Hunting' (Video) A new episode of "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" opened with a skit that featured a pretty creative way to make fun of Donald Trump for being so proud of his results on a test designed to determine whether he's cognitively impaired: by imagining what the movie "Good Will Hunting" would be like if Donald Trump was the main character instead of a secret math genius. The topic of that test came up again this week during Chris Wallace'sThe topic of that test came up again this week during Chris Wallace's interview with Trump for Fox News.

Stephen Colbert in a suit standing in front of a store: Stephen Colbert. Photo: Global TV © Global TV Stephen Colbert. Photo: Global TV

Stephen Colbert and James Corden are getting back to business.

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Global‘s “The Late Show”, and "The Late Late Show" will return to their traditional studios next week, according to ViacomCBS CEO Bob Bakish, per Variety. Bakish revealed the plans during a second-quarter earnings call on Thursday.

Colbert recently told viewers, "When we return, I won’t be in the Ed Sullivan Theater, but I also won’t be sleeping where I work."

Lakers' LeBron James still having trouble adjusting to life inside the NBA bubble

  Lakers' LeBron James still having trouble adjusting to life inside the NBA bubble LeBron James hasn't exactly enjoyed life on the NBA campus at Disney World for a simple reason: "I miss the hell out of my family.""I miss the hell out of my family," James said after the Lakers’ win over the Utah Jazz on Monday. "My wife, my kids, my mother. And so on and so on. So, it’s a huge challenge.

Neither program will have a live studio audience.

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“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET/PT on Global.


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Keanu Reeves Reveals Who Would Win In A Fight: ‘The Matrix”s Neo Or John Wick .
Stephen Colbert asked Keanu Reeves all the important questions on Tuesday’s “The Late Show”, including: “Who would win in a fight: Neo or John Wick?” Reeves wasn’t keen on his two characters — the hero from “The Matrix” and the main character in the “John Wick” series — battling it out. RELATED: Keanu Reeves Admits He Would Love To Play Wolverine As the actor, who appeared on the talk show with his "Bill and Ted" co-star Alex Winter, initially refused to reveal who would win the fight, Colbert asked: "What if Neo accidentally killed John Wick's dog?" "No! No! They wouldn't fight!" Reeves insisted.

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