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Johnny Knoxville scored with a $32 million debut of Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, but where does he rank among today’s best comedy stars?
Artist Steve Payne has created a unique collection of digital paintings of male actors and singers for his “replaceface” collection.
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Will Smith suffered the indignity of his sci-fi flick After Earth bombing big time this weekend. But he can at least take comfort in knowing that flops happen to the best of ‘em.
How Tina Fey and Co. carried on the comedy tradition of everything from SNL to Arrested Development, and what shows are forever in its debt. We want to go to there.
For every Dark Knight Rises, there’s an Oogieloves. Here’s a breakdown of 2012’s cinematic disasters.
Eddie Murphy’s time in the spotlight spans more than thirty years, so there’s plenty you probably didn’t know about him. Here’s some of the most interesting facts about his prolific career—which you can see highlighted in ‘Eddie Murphy: One Night Only,’ airing on Wednesday, November 14th at 10/9c only on SPIKE! (via imdb.com)
Wondering what the ex-wives of Will Smith, Eddie Murphy, R. Kelly, Jose Canseco, and (the artist formerly known as) Prince are like today? This is your show.
“So, where was I?” Ricky Gervais returned tonight as host of the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards, one year after his harsh, celebrity-bashing remarks at the 2011 ceremony sparked a media firestorm. Here’s video of Gervais’ opening monologue tonight, which included jokes at the expense of Jodie Foster, Kim Kardashian, Justin Bieber, Eddie Murphy and more.
BuzzFeed doesn’t post restaurant recommendations very often, but this McDowell’s place looks great! Sure there’s a 95% chance you could be robbed when you go, but those Big Mick’s with seedless buns topped off by a strawberry milkshake sound worth it.
This feud goes back way before the Oscars. And here’s Billy again, just stealing Eddie’s glory. Watch Video ›
Ricky Gervais? Tina Fey? Louis C.K.? Nah, dude…think SUPER risky.
And as a result of being awesome, he’s no longer producing the Oscars. Here’s Brett Ratner, visionary director behind the wildly successful and totally living up to expectations Tower Heist, on his painstaking film-making process. To be fair, he’s since apologized for this comment. But I don’t really feel like being fair. This guy is the worst. At everything.
This is the first time I’ve interviewed Eddie Murphy and I was really excited and nervous! I thought it would be best to give them some modest gifts for all the laughs they’ve provided me over the years. I think Eddie and Ben enjoyed!
Recently confirmed by next year’s Oscars producer, Brett Ratner, and Murphy himself. Can’t be worse than Franco. Let’s celebrate by looking at photos of a terrifying promotional stunt for “Meet Dave.” View List ›
The 2012 Academy Awards producer Brett Ratner is gunning for Eddie Murphy as the frontrunner to host next year’s ceremony. This probably has to do with the fact that Ratner is attached to an upcoming project of Eddie’s more so than Axel Foley having a knack for hosting award shows … because he doesn’t. That purple leather suit from “Raw” would be cool to see again though. (via.) View Image ›
The Hanna-Barbera karate ‘toon “Hong Kong Phooey” is coming to the big screen, and Eddie Murphy is set to voice the kung fu canine. Originally voiced by Scatman Crothers (a.k.a. Dick “How’d You Like Some Ice Cream, Doc?” Hallorann), Phooey lasted for merely three months and 16 episodes in 1974, but that obviously doesn’t hinder Hollywood execs. After all, it’s a talking dog that knows martial arts! A surefire CGI-sore waiting in the wings. (via.) View Image ›
What would it look like if Eddie Murphy bumped a line, borrowed a “friend’s” wig and screamed a Rihanna song? It would look like Tuesday at Eddie Murphy’s house (or, y’know, this video). Watch Video ›
Mark Wahlberg is not a fan of the recent SNL sketch, in which Andy Samberg - as Wahlberg - emotes to barnyard animals. Wahlberg bemoaned the show’s having “not been funny for a long time,” especially in comparison to the days of “Eddie Murphy…and Joe Piscopo and Bill Murray.” Hey Mark, if you like Piscopo so much, why don’t you hire him for your next bar mitzvah? Read More ›
A giant replica of Eddie Murphy’s giant head spotted on the interstate. Oh no! Did I miss the Coming to America tribute parade? View Image ›