Mitt Romney may have Clint Eastwood in his corner (and that's looking like a mixed blessing right now), but Obama has the Harold & Kumar vote locked in.
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It was just the other week that the anti-Obama documentary '2016: Obama's America' made the unexpected jump from relatively unknown flick to box office domination, grossing around $10.6 million since it's theatrical release. Boding well for Mitt Romney supporters, the film, both co-produced and co-directed by former Ronald Reagan policy adviser Dinesh D'Souza, first opened in one single Houston, Texas theater on July 13, and by the coming weekend will have expanded to around 1,800. But what does this all mean for the coming election in November? Will it really have a large affect on the polls?
Thursday night at the Republican Nation Convention in Tampa, Florida, Clint Eastwood emerged on the stage and revealed himself to be the mystery guest speaker everyone's been talking about (as if there was any surprise there).
President Barack Obama was scheduled to speak this morning at a campaign stop in Fort Myers, Florida. Instead of speaking about his upcoming re-election campaign, he instead delivered a speech on the 'Dark Knight Rises' shooting in Aurora, Colorado.
When you get a phone call asking if the President of the United States can come visit the set of the film you're shooting, there really is only one answer: uh, yeah. Such is the case with the currently filming '42,' which tells the story of Jackie Robinson's rookie season with the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Amanda Bynes has had a spate of driving-related mishaps of late, and now she's calling in the big guns to help her out: President Obama.
First Lady Michelle Obama is promoting her new book "American Grown: The Story of the White House Kitchen Garden and Gardens Across America" and stopped by 'The Late Show With David Letterman' to present a new Top 10 list on the Fun Facts About Gardening.
Traditionally, the White House Correspondents Dinner is an opportunity for the President of the United States to let his guard down and become an entertainer for evening, performing a comedy routine for the crowd before taking his seat and being playfully roasted by a comedian. This year, President Barack Obama was joined by late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel. Since this is the internet, both of their routines are online for you to see!
Just about the moment that President Barack Obama decided to bust out a spontaneous rendition of Al Green's "Lets Stay Together," we knew that every late-night comedian would rush to get him to reprise the feat. Jimmy Fallon may not have gotten the President to pick up those golden pipes, but still managed to get Barack to deliver news in the best way possible: slow jams.
You know, we can remember back when Jimmy Fallon was just that giggly guy on 'Saturday Night Live' who couldn't hold it together even moments through a sketch, and now, he's a spokesman for Capital One, late night media darling, and now, sitting down with the President. Ain't life funny?