Kevin McCarthy continues his run of popping up on late-night television programs, this time with a surprise cameo on HBO’s “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.”
The Twitter account of CNN’s “The Lead” — hosted by Jake Tapper — finally confused U.S. House Majority Whip Leader Kevin McCarthy with Fox News entertainment reporter Kevin McCarthy.
Robert Griffin III’s favorite movie is “John Q,” but Kevin McCarthy also learned the Redskins quarterback has been known to shed a tear during the romance flick “PS, I Love You.”
RFK Stadium gets destroyed by Magneto in the new “X-Men” movie, but there’s one glaring continuity flaw. The scene, set in 1973, displays a baseball diamond, two years after the Washington Senators had already departed D.C.
Kevin McCarthy was the subject of recent mocking from Jon Stewart on Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show,” with regard to his critique of the Bible-laced (but not strictly Bible-based) movie “Noah.”
Kevin McCarthy and his movie reviewing girlfriend will host a Valentine’s Day special during prime time on Fox 5 Friday night.
We all knew this day would come. Twitter has deemed Kevin McCarthy the first (former) 106.7 The Fan personality to be worthy of its sacred blue ‘verified’ check mark.
Television star Kevin McCarthy can’t stop finding his way into your television. Last night, the kid seemingly made an appearance on television game show Jeopardy, then just like that, the next morning his back on Fox 5. Good for him.
What happens when the ultimate movie fan boy obsesses his way up the entertainment ladder and into the same room as the very stars that drive his obsession? You get budding star movie reviewer, Kevin McCarthy. Someone who started off as a complete joke, is slowly but surely justifying his presence in front of a nationally televised audience.
John Boehner is a bloodied House speaker following the startling setback that his own fractious Republican troops dealt him in their “fiscal cliff” struggle against President Barack Obama.