The Knicks hired Barack Obama’s brother-in-law, Craig Robinson, last summer as an executive focused on player development. How did that affect the former president and first lady, who are famously Bulls fans? Robinson, in a Q&A …
Aubrey Plaza cozies up to co-star Craig Robinson at the premiere of their new movie An Evening with Beverly Luff Linn on Saturday night (January 20) geld during the 2018 Sundance Film Festival at The Ray in Park City, Utah. The 33-year …
GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- It's hard to overstate how important player development is to the New York Knicks right now. The club is in the early stages of a rebuild, looking for talented players to fit around Kristaps Porzingis while the star forward …
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Craig Robinson is feeling better than ever. The star of the new series Ghosted talked about his slimmer physique on …
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Craig Robinson, Adam Scott, Adeel Akhtar, Amber Stevens West. With Ally Walker. Craig Robinson and Adam Scott star in this paranormal buddy-cop comedy about a mall security guard and a disgraced professor who are recruited by a …
"I haven’t been drinking, since January I just put down the alcohol I was going to detox...I had heard, I don’t know how true it is, but I heard you can regenerate your liver in six months. I was like let me see if I can go six months and I just …
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James Dolan may be a Trump donor, but the Knicks’ latest hire has strong ties to the previous administration. Craig Robinson, the brother-in-law of former President Barak Obama, has accepted a front-office position with the Knicks …
Given Adam Scott and Craig Robinson ’s collective comedy credentials — “Party Down,” “Parks & Recreation,” “The Office,” “Knocked Up,” “Pineapple Express” and, of course, “Hot Tub Time Machine 2” — seeing their names atop the ...
Together, they will try to save the world from an alien invasion. Robinson and Scott will also both serve as executive producers to the single-camera action-comedy. Also executive producing are Tom Gormican, Kevin Etten,Naomi Scott, …
The latest in Fox's clutch of genre-based situation comedies – see also the space-com "The Orville" and post-apocalyptic "Last Man on Earth" – the highly pleasurable "Ghosted" does nothing new. But what it does it does well. Premiering …