“I said, ‘If I’m going to go out, I better go out like f***ing Mufasa,” the latest casualty exclusively told BuzzFeed News. WARNING: MASSIVE SPOILERS!
The cartoon has come to life!
Amy Poehler, Adam Scott, Chris Pratt, Aubrey Plaza, Retta, Nick Offerman, Aziz Ansari, Jim O’Heir, and Parks and Recreation executive producer Mike Schur couldn’t contain their feelings during a post-finale appearance on Late Night With Seth Meyers.
Because the most important part of a woman’s body isn’t her fingernails.
Jack Falahee, Matt McGorry, Aja Naomi King, Alfred Enoch, and Karla Souza talk instafame, working with Viola Davis, and their secret slumber parties in an exclusive BuzzFeed News roundtable interview.
BuzzFeed News used the Oscars red carpet as an opportunity to #AskHerMore.
“I’d love to see Meryl, like, slutdropping on the dance floor.”
And Menzel got her revenge!
And it’s all thanks to Cicely Tyson’s incredible How to Get Away With Murder debut! WARNING: Spoilers for the Feb. 19 episode ahead!
Once a Gladiator, always a Gladiator! WARNING: Spoilers ahead for the Feb. 19 episode.
“I often get typecast as a quirky, misfit girl — the friend you don’t really hear the story of,” the actor told BuzzFeed News. “So I was excited to see that girl’s story here … It was interesting to get to glorify anyone who’s ever felt like a misfit.”
The Saturday Night Live alum, who co-wrote the “Celebrity Jeopardy” sketch, revealed on Twitter that Murphy did not want to the play the comedian, who has been faced with numerous sexual assault allegations in recent months. UPDATE: Bill Cosby thanks Eddie Murphy. “I applaud his actions.”
No. 78: Oh, that’s a full bush. Warning: Spoilers ahead, obviously.
With the release of The Last Five Years resting on her shoulders and the sequel to her surprise hit Pitch Perfect on the horizon, the actor is facing the biggest test of her career — and she couldn’t be happier.
We know your DVR is already full of conflicts, but these underappreciated series are worth your attention.
The actor reflects on the six years he spent playing Jeremy Gilbert on The CW’s vampire drama.
The Orange Is the New Black fan favorite will co-star in Doubt, a CBS drama in contention for the 2015 fall TV schedule.
CBS accidentally promoted the CSI “series finale” during an episode of NCIS.
We’ll need a million Moments of Zen to emotionally endure this loss.
Bridget Regan — who is currently playing two of TV’s most charismatic baddies on The CW’s Jane the Virgin and ABC’s Marvel’s Agent Carter — talks to BuzzFeed News about the art of being bad.