There aren't many Thanksgiving classics, but What's Cooking? should be one of them.
From Dirty Harry to Indiana Jones, Jurassic Park to The Matrix, and Alfred Hitchcock to Bill Murray, there are a myriad of different ways to stuff yourself with movies this holiday.
The Anthony Anderson-led sitcom pokes fun at cultural, racial, and generational nuances, scoring mainstream success in the process.
These shows will reaffirm your beliefs that people are, in fact, the worst. Perfectly timed for your Thanksgiving marathons when hiding from your family!
Watch a charming preview of Paddington, which comes out on Friday.
Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis are back for a follow-up to their hit comedy that has none of the laughs of the original.
The filmmakers behind the final Hunger Games movies talk to BuzzFeed News about Katniss' motivation and how dark the climactic film will be. WARNING: ALL OF THE SPOILERS ahead.
Mix precocious 10-year-olds with a famously volatile host and add large knives and open flames. How MasterChef Junior's recipe for trainwreck TV became a feel-good twist on the cooking competition show.
Thirty years ago, the Huxtables represented an ideal black family — successful, intelligent, and approachable. In the aftermath of Ferguson, today's America doesn't have much tolerance for those who don’t fit into the Huxtable mold.
The tribe has evicted you from being America's next top model.
UPDATE: That bad photoshopping situation has been remedied and all is right with the world.
Hugh Jackman, Garrett Hedlund, and Rooney Mara join newcomer Levi Miller in a reimagining of the classic story, which files into theaters on Jul. 17, 2015.
MASSIVE SHARK-EATING DINOSAUR ALERT!
"I was wrong to not deal with the sexual assault charges against Cosby," Mark Whitaker tweeted Monday night.
And, unlike Sally Langston, she was getting frisky in bed.
Screw Ross and Rachel. It's all about Chandler and Monica!
Anal hasn't always had a place on television.
The Babadook combines an ominous picture book with a mother pushed to the breaking point, showing how creepy children's literature can be.
MacLaren, who has also directed episodes of Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead, will be the first female director of a DC Comics superhero movie.
"What would you do if I sang out of tune?"
The actors join Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn in the second season of HBO's anthology series.
Or rather, which Annalise quote is the most badass? Warning: Spoilers ahead!
It's Oscar Isaac!
In the exclusive gag reel from The Skeleton Twins DVD, the actors and SNL alumni improvise their way into a laughing fit.
WARNING: Spoilers ahead for the Nov. 23 episode. Series creators, Lisa Kudrow and Michael Patrick King, talk about how Valerie got into that mess with Seth Rogen.
The film's $123 million domestic opening weekend is also, however, the best of the year. Hollywood is weird sometimes.
"I mean, I know it's not the same thing, but I forgave Kramer," "Weekend Update" co-anchor Michael Che said of one comedian who allegedly raped and drugged woman, and another who launched into a racist rant on stage during the Nov. 21 episode of SNL.
Victoria Valentino told The Washington Post that Cosby drugged and abused her in 1970.
Director Francis Lawrence, screenwriter Peter Craig, and producer Nina Jacobson spoke to BuzzFeed News about adapting the final installment of Suzanne Collins’ best-selling franchise. MAJOR SPOILERS!
Peeta Mellark, damsel in distress.
The allegations the beloved comedian thought would fade away resurfaced earlier this year, and in mere months, the career Cosby had built was over.
Do you crush it on the reg?
The beloved Pixar film was released on Nov. 22, 1995, and you've held your teddy bears differently ever since.
BEN IS GLORY AND BEN IS ALSO FRANK.
Best of luck to you, poppets.
"My goal is not for kids to be out there doing things that are getting them arrested," director Francis Lawrence told BuzzFeed News.
As told by Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss.
Or, why Anna Kendrick is the greatest human on Twitter and also in the world.
The queen chats all about Lizzie McGuire, AIM screen names, and being adored by Taylor Swift.
The Creed singer posted a 15-minute video to his Facebook saying he's been homeless due to recent money troubles.
The latest diva feud comes to an end.
Results are in! Fa la la la la la Christmaaaas.
Here are the songs that defined America from Nov. 18 to Nov. 24, presented by BuzzFeed and Spotify. A state’s “signature song” is not its most popular, but its most distinctive — that is to say, the one that residents of that state streamed proportionally the most as compared with the U.S. as a whole.
The trap remix of "The Nutcracker" is honestly impressive.