From touch football to fez-sporting turkeys, Monica, Chandler, Ross, Rachel, Joey, and Phoebe have made a lot of memories.
Director Ryan Coogler first fell in love with filmmaking while watching the Rocky franchise as a kid. Now, he's giving it new life — and a lot of feeling — with Creed. Here's how the 29-year-old channeled his family's tragedy to make it happen...with Sylvester Stallone's blessing.
"He is SO great, it's crazy!"
Who'd be the best cohort for you?
It was a mouthful.
SCATTER MY ASHES AT MARVEL HEADQUARTERS, THIS IS THEIR FAULT.
"Growing up is not the problem. Forgetting is."
Because the man is a national treasure.
"Put 'how is Rue so woke' on my gravestone."
I've got chills — THEY'RE MULTIPLYING.
These movies should be part of your world.
And here comes Spider-Man!
Let's find out how obsessed you really are.
Can we get an Oscar for Tom Hiddleston's butt?
If you keep tweeting about Jar Jar, George Lucas is going to add him to Episode 7 and that'll BE ON YOU.
Adele? Amy Schumer? JLaw?
Son of the century.
Carol star Cate Blanchett and film's director, Todd Haynes, talked to BuzzFeed News about the movie's bold final act. Spoilers start right away!
Season one of your life, coming soon to a screen in your living room.
AKA Easter eggs.
"Divided we fall." Someone hold me.
The singer, songwriter, model and actress takes our Q&A.
Helloooooo from the tiny roooom.
The defeat took place on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and J.J. Abrams hosted the battle.
Clear eyes, full hearts, holy shit this is awesome.
They talk about pranks, Potter, X-Men, and karaoke.
“I put that pressure on myself to be the best version of Michael B. Jordan,” the actor told BuzzFeed News on the verge of Creed’s release. “And whoever that person is going to be, I’m still growing.”
URGENT IF TRUE.
Celebs took it on the American Music Award’s red carpet — how do you match up?
Lwel? Nac uoy?
"A lot of my friends are looking for that franchise, looking for that [big] role. And I'm like, well, I don't have to do that,” the actor told BuzzFeed News.
Here's what not to watch before your big feast.
Over the course of three decades and with 80 million records sold, Enya has morphed into more than musician: She's her own adjective. What makes her music — and the mysterious woman behind it — appealing to so many? Anne Helen Petersen visits the reclusive singer in Ireland.
They say that music's supposed to heal ya, but we ain't done much healing.
All hail Adele, the music industry's new queen.