27 "Saturday Night Live" Behind-The-Scenes Secrets That Range From "Fascinating" To "Lorne Michaels Fired WHO!?"
Every car on the show is real, and they've all been cut in half to fit on the studio's elevators.
Never forget when Taylor Swift wore a "no its becky" shirt.
Kevin Hart And Don Cheadle Shared Such An Uncomfortable Moment After Kevin Commented On Don's Age, And I Am Literally Sweating Right Now
I've watched this clip so many times, and I'm still stressed.
16 Actors With Their Fictional Friends From Movies Side-By-Side With Their Real-Life Closest Friends
We love a good celeb BFF duo. 👯♀️
Cameron Diaz Said She Quit Acting After Realizing "Every Aspect" Of Her Life Had Been "Handed Off To Other People"
"I looked around, and [there were] so many parts of my life that I wasn't touching."
Miley Cyrus Reflected On The Lack Of Division Between Herself And Hannah Montana, Characterizing It As "Beyond Method"
Miley was only 12 years old when she was cast in the Disney Channel series.
21 Actors Who Turned Down Major Roles Because They Found Them Offensive, Inappropriate, Or Just Straight-Up Intimidating
You're telling me Sandra Bullock could've been Neo???
“They said they wanted to document my experience from start to finish."
Zendaya and Nemo are the cutest combo.
“You can’t just have a diverse cast, but have them still ultimately be a part of a very white-centric story.”
"When did we get to a point where life was supposed to be perfect?"
Mario Lopez explained why he cheated on his bride-to-be at his own bachelor party.
Listen: It’s Great Former “Bachelor” Colton Underwood Could Come Out—But Does He Deserve A Netflix Show?
“Compare him to someone like Lil Nas X—a gay Black man who has to do everything right and nothing wrong just to be himself. We have Colton who harassed his last girlfriend and who was then given a Netflix show about his gay journey.”
The audio-based app has become popular with the Black entertainment industry — for better and for worse.
Celebs Are Expressing Outrage Over The Difference In Police Response To The Capitol Riots And Black Lives Matter Protests
"We can’t walk down the street with our hoodies up without being killed but they can do this?"
So many legends.
Dark humor, slapstick, or sarcasm?
"All I can do is smile."
Being a billionaire... imagine.
They may play a 16-year-old, but they could be much older.
"I have watched my friends be slaughtered by the police."
"It wasn't a walk in the park."
"They sent me an edited video of Kevin, and you know, another woman."
"Everyday a star is born. 🎶"
Cedric The Entertainer Poked Fun At Dave Chappelle And Kevin Hart Because Of Their Experiences With "Cancel Culture"
"You should condemn them and let me be number one," the comedian told BuzzFeed News.
"Kevin Hart acting like he doesn’t know why Lil Nas X would be scared to come out is like someone who stole the thing you lost helping you look for it."
“I didn’t miss the host terribly, to be honest,” said nominee Diane Warren, and she was far from alone. And the shows ratings were also up without a host.
Tina, Amy, and Maya to the rescue.
The "Popular" Oscar! Green Book! Kevin Hart! Categories during ad breaks! Let this please end!
The Rock even started coming up with a song-and-dance routine.
The Academy Awards hasn't gone without a host since 1989, which is infamous for being a disaster.
"Honestly, I feel really excited!"
Hollywood's Main Actors Union Is Accusing The Academy Of Pressuring Performers To Only Appear At The Oscars
The SAG-AFTRA alleges the Academy is using "graceless pressure tactics" as a way to control the awards show talent pipeline.
After decades trying to convince an anti-gay mainstream that she’s a relatable person — gay, but “just like you” — Ellen ended up in a prison of her own making.
"The truth is, Kevin, you're not being attacked. The truth is you have to just acknowledge what went on and acknowledge the pain of other people. That’s all anybody's asking for. That's it."
From Captain Marvel to The Lion King, and Us to Pokémon Detective Pikachu, there are a lot of new films to be excited about this year. In chronological order!
"I'm over it," Hart said of the controversy. "I'm not giving no more explanation of who I am. I'm just done."
The comedian, who stepped away from hosting the 2019 Oscars after his past anti-gay tweets resurfaced, made another apology to the LGBTQ community on his radio show.
But Quinn also said it was “obviously” too soon for Louis C.K. to be attempting a stand-up comeback after his sexual misconduct controversy.
“Walking away right now, that is your choice,” Lemon told viewers. “But many of us really need to keep the conversation going — it’s life or death.”
We don’t expect Ellen to have range on topics like this anymore. But we expect her to know when it’s not her place to protect and support someone who hurt black queer people.
Black Queer People Are Calling Ellen DeGeneres Out For Not Challenging Kevin Hart's Past Anti-Gay Comments
Some critics believe DeGeneres allowed Hart to speak without "taking ownership and actually demonstrating any substantive reflection or apology" for his harmful comments.
In an interview that aired Friday, Ellen DeGeneres worked hard to get Hart to reconsider his decision to quit as Oscars host because of anti-gay remarks.
Ellen DeGeneres Said Kevin Hart Should Host The Oscars Despite Anti-Gay Tweets And The Internet Has Thoughts
“I believe in forgiveness. I believe in second chances. And I believe in Kevin Hart.”
“Everyone’s just scared to move, scared to speak, and I’m not.”
Grammys, Globes, and so much more.
The comedian's unapologetic response to the uproar over his old tweets only fueled the backlash.
"I chose to pass, I pass on the apology."
In a since-deleted tweet, Hart joked that he would break a dollhouse over his son’s head if he were caught playing with the toy.
In the announcement on his Instagram, the comedian wrote that he knew his time to host would "happen when it's suppose[d] to" and that "now is the time to rise to the occasion."
"I guess if you have money it's alright..."
"Do it for the little ones."
"Kevin Hart is fine! He just fits under my left titty."
I would also run from a baby ostrich.
"I would’ve stole 2nd and 3rd on this slow ass shit." — Ice Cube
Welcome to the jungle, am I right?
After news of the video's existence emerged last year, Hart posted an apology to Instagram, saying, "I gotta do better and I will."
The world isn't ready for the magic that she is ready to show.
"I love you today. Tomorrow, FUCK OFF!"
"Who plays board games anymore?"
With Girls Trip, Tiffany Haddish is making sure she's someone audiences won't forget.
"Never give up, unless it's hard."
Insert Jay Z laugh sound here.
Taylor Swift? Kevin Hart? Beyoncé?
See how you stack up!
"We have the equal right to live."
Is there anything he can't do?
"I might be small, but my bank account is big."
Featuring Ice Cube holding a snake while wearing a snakeskin jacket.
You're going to want to see this.
"Can I plead the fifth?"
Q: What is Kevin's favorite snack at craft services? A: Cocaine
They don't teach you how to drive around with a piñata full of weed in driver's ed.
"I'm Hustle Hart. I ain't Hustle Stupid."
Height ain’t nothing but a number.
Its more new inclusive list of invitees signals progress, but it's only the beginning. “That doesn’t mean that we sit back. It means that we keep going,” Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs told BuzzFeed News.
Hipster racism, gay panic, and a little sexism, too. The Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart movie proves that what's really gotten hard is edgy comedy.
"It's very easy to turn this into a trainwreck," the rapper said in an interview with BuzzFeed News. "But I feel like when you have the right pieces in place ... then you go from being cliché-ish to being the exception."
Director Etan Cohen explains to BuzzFeed News why his film, starring Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart, deliberately pushes the envelope on issues of sexuality, class, and race. “And you know, since Selma couldn't get them, we're going to do it.”
A household name to black audiences and completely unknown to white audiences, this blond, blue-eyed stand-up from Ohio has a career wholly unlike that of anyone before him. But will his attempts to bridge the gap cost him all that he's built?
From Meryl's Lego Oscar to Neil Patrick Harris' underwear, here's what didn't make the ABC broadcast.
Have you been to that new artisanal mayonnaise shop?
From Marvel Studios' highs to Sony Pictures' lows, from Scarlett Johansson kicking butt to Adam Sandler bombing out, here are the highlights and lowlights in the movies this year.
Movies that are not sequels, prequels, remakes, or adaptations of novels, comic books, popular toy lines, or true stories are growing ever more scarce — but some did, at least, make money this year.
An exchange between Sony Pictures chair Amy Pascal and producer Scott Rudin turned into a riff on films they thought the president liked. UPDATE: Both Rudin and Pascal have apologized for the emails.
Kevin Hart And Dave Franco Battle It Out In The New Trailer For Madden '15 And It's Epic On So Many Levels
Madden Season: The most wonderful time of the year.
PUT OPRAH IN THE OVAL OFFICE, PLEASE.
From Shailene Woodley and Angelina Jolie to Seth MacFarlane and Veronica Mars, here are the actors, filmmakers, and studios with reason to celebrate for the first half of the year — and others who may wish it was over already.