Little Orphan Annie (1932)
“Thank you for bringing it up,” the Late Night host told Trump, calling it “One of the best nights of my life.”
Meyers next took on Trump’s tweet in which he called Wolf, who used to work on Meyers’ show, “filthy” and “mean.”
“Just know, when you call her ‘filthy’ you are – so right! She is filthy!” Meyers said. “And she is mean, which is what we love about her! Because those are wonderful qualities for a comedian – and terrible qualities for free-world leaders.”
Meyers played a clip from his show in which Wolf had played Little Orphan Annie announcing she is getting a sex change.
“If you ask me, Sarah Huckabee Sanders got off easy!” Meyers insisted.
I think I got that from my father, Joel W. Ostrander Sr. He was always the first up in the morning but, during my high school years, I was up second. We’d both be at breakfast and we would read the newspaper. I’d get the sections he was done with; that’s where I learned to be possessive about my newspaper.
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From a poem to a play to a number of high-profile films, Annie has been a very popular orphan.
Columbia Pictures released a brand-new trailer for the upcoming musical comedy Annie, and in it we get a fun, lighthearted look at the world of orphans who are forced to be political pawns in order for a wealthy man to maintain his grasp on power and influence over the population. But, in a fun way, and also there's a lesson about love in there too.
However, this story goes back over 130 years through a long and complicated lineage of adaptation and interpretation in various forms of media. So let's take a look back at the history of Annie.
First it was a poem by James Whitcomp Riley called "Little Orphant Annie," written in 1885. Cartoonist
Annie is a comic book character. Well, a comic strip character, to be exact. Created by Harold Gray in his ‘Little Orphan Annie’ comic strip which debuted in August 1924, Annie was first adapted for radio in 1931, while David O Selznick produced a film adaptation for Rko in 1932. It was not until 1977 that Annie made her first ever appearance on Broadway, however – with its now iconic musical format
So, if you do the math, we’re about due for a new screen revival of the Annie musical, which shall arrive later this year, courtesy of producers Jay-z and Will and Jada Pinkett Smith.
Annie (2014) is a full-blown modernization of the original musical, complete with new (read: contemporized) renditions of famous tunes like “Tomorrow” and “Hard-Knock Life” (supervised by Jay-z), in ...
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