Steve Carrell, Mark Ruffalo, and Channing Tatum star in the tragic true story of wrestling, patriotism, and murder. And this teaser will haunt you.
Foxcatcher is already earning Oscar talk out of Cannes, which is no surprise considering Tatum’s and Carell’s expectation-defying performances.
“It’s a crime. It’s wrong,” says Steve Carell. Daniel Craig, Seth Meyers, and more join the 1 is 2 Many campaign.
Plus Adam Scott steps into his “Step Brothers” character to bro down for a bit, a vet weighs in on when you should worry about your kitty’s cough, and an insane supercut of pop-culture references from “The Office.”
Grand Canyon, here we come!
Since today marks the five-year anniversary of Captain “Sully” Sullenberger successfully landing a plane on the Hudson river, let’s revisit this funny tribute from 2010.
The legendary Ron Burgundy is back, and he’s got some BIG NEWS! The big news is that he’s back.
Johnny Knoxville scored with a $32 million debut of Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, but where does he rank among today’s best comedy stars?
The story of Twitter will be revealed in Nick Bilton’s book, coming out later this year. But, what about the inevitable movie?
Lisa Kudrow’s Dr. Fiona Wallice is the clear standout of the web series turned Showtime comedy, but what about the patients she sees week to week? Here’s a ranking of the fantastic guest stars that make Web Therapy what it is.
Plus 32 celebrity audition tapes for famous roles, a list of things that fail to measure up to the greatness of Breaking Bad, and The Rock’s true role model.
Jim Rash and Nat Faxon won an Oscar for writing The Descendants. A lot of bad luck and then some good timing led them to direct this weekend’s The Way, Way Back, starring Steve Carell, Sam Rockwell, and Toni Collette.
She’s playing a kid in Despicable Me 2, but she’s also serious about growing up.
He somehow remains charming.
I’ve never heard of this El Hormiguero show before but, boy, does it look crazy.
TP Sliders: the latest in parody athletic gear.
We said good-bye to our old friends at Dunder Mifflin. And it was perfect.
We say a final goodbye to the crew of Dunder Mifflin on Thursday. What will happen to our favorite Scrantonians?
These classy Photoshopped masterpieces are worthy of hanging over your fireplace mantle. (Images via Worth1000)
Exclusive: Oscar-winning writer-directors Jim Rash and Nat Faxon explain why the major stars are so small on the poster for their movie — and why their faces aren’t on it at all.
The librarian look is really working for these celebs.
But Oz: The Great and Powerful has the most magic of all.
JT filled a week of Late Night with new songs, greatest hits, fake arms, “The History of Rap” part four, and a barbershop version of “SexyBack.”
Second City presents Life As We Know It, also featuring baby-faced Brad Sherwood and Ryan Stiles from Who’s Line Is It Anyway?.
Last night he showed off his character acting skills on Conan and they were pretty great.
There must have been a shortage of available actors because it seems that everyone made multiple films this blockbuster season. So start planning marathons dedicated to your favorite Hollywood stars.
And here I was excited for the poster. In this teaser, filmed in a movie theater, we see Ron Burgundy, Brian Fantana, Champ Kind, and Brick Tambland back in action — and the same as ever.
How would you spend your last days on Earth? Here’s the first official trailer for “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World,” an apocalyptic rom-com starring Steve Carell and Keira Knightley as neighbors who team up to make each other’s End of Days dreams come true. It’ll hit theaters this summer.