Jerry Seinfeld and Jason Alexander got back down to the petty arguing that delighted us all in an episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.
The Oscar-winning actor, who was found dead on Sunday, is considered one of the greatest performers of his generation.
How the underdog cast and crew — led by a hard-partying septuagenarian eye surgeon — of a low-budget, offbeat buddy comedy became the surprise toasts of the festival.
The Oscar-winning actor was found dead in his Manhattan apartment Sunday morning, according to police.
Bob Saget, John Stamos, and Dave Coulier turned back the clock in an adorable bit for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Charlie McDowell’s feature film debut, The One I Love, manages to tell a familiar story in a new (and very complicated) way. The filmmaker, screenwriter, and stars Elisabeth Moss and Mark Duplass explain how it all came together.
“I don’t give a fuck, it’s a waste of my time, and I guess I’ll keep writing movies about how lame you are.” The alt-comedy icon made his directorial debut with the Sundance film Hits, which delivers a few brutal shots at fame and Facebook in the 21st century.
We saw a looooot of movies at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, and these are the ones that you’ll be hearing about this year. In no particular order!
Desiree Akhavan’s Appropriate Behavior is one of the most unique films at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. BuzzFeed talks with her entire family about the love and occasional awkwardness that marked the journey to Park City.
Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon are back on the road — this time, in Italy — and in an exclusive clip they revive one of the best bits from their first hit.
Shot over 12 years and starring a young non-actor alongside Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette, this amazing achievement perfectly captures growing up in America.
The Emmy winner is moving on from Breaking Bad with Hellion, an intense new movie at the Sundance Film Festival. And in it, he’s found his own partner-in-crime.
You might be disturbed by how charmed you still are by Miles Teller.
David Gordon Green is executive producing Land Ho!, the road-trip flick that features two older men who go on a wild romp in Iceland, and BuzzFeed has a first look.
It’s the Boss vs. the governor.
While preparing to head to the Park City festival for a whopping 11th time, the veteran actor-director-producer talked to BuzzFeed about his new movie with Elisabeth Moss and offered tips to optimize the Sundance experience.
This exclusive clip from David Wain’s new movie They Came Together is all kinds of cute…and hilarious. (UPDATED with extended scene!)
The 26-year-old actor looks back on the chance encounter that launched his career and the jobs that led him to a life-changing role in Fruitvale Station.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.