Is the dream alive or nah?
Besides driving on the opposite side of the road.
Willa Holland (Thea Queen from Arrow) gives us her hot takes on the actors that play your favorite superheroes.
The new Netflix comedy, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, is a TGS reunion for Tina Fey and Jane Krakowski — but they tell BuzzFeed News that’s where the similarities end.
Y’know, the one you wrote all over your Chilton binder.
“My family doesn’t love me, but I don’t want to talk about it.”
Maybe we should just stick with the classics.
It’s probably because he said they were on a break, tbh.
You know they’ll be there for you
“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!
Hopefully this will help ease the pain of your Parks and Rec withdrawl.
“The earlier you learn that you should focus on what you have, and not obsess about what you don’t have, the happier you will be.” —Amy Poehler
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.
Where do you fall on the Pyramid of Greatness?
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.
There’s more than just nautical nonsense in that pineapple under the sea.
Warning: this post contains graphic imagery.
“I’d love to see Meryl, like, slutdropping on the dance floor.”
And Menzel got her revenge!
There’s a secret recurring character.
You’re not pretentious or anything, you just prefer the internet.
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.”
As chosen by legendary cartoonist Ralph Steadman. Via Little White Lies.
The one with the bullies from Mars.
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.”
Are you more Monica or Ross?
Season 1, Episode 16: “The Blind Fortune Teller”
Haters keep hating, these kids are too busy planning rule the world to care.