Thinking about your parents doing it: the most awkward thing in the world, or THE MOST AWKWARD THING IN THE WORLD OH GOD MAKE IT STOP?
That’s what Leonard (Johnny Galecki) and Sheldon (Jim Parsons) were faced with in the season 10 premiere of The Big Bang Theory, following that—let’s call it EVENTFUL—season finale that saw Leonard’s dad, Alfred (Judd Hirsch) and Sheldon’s mom, Mary (Laurie Metcalf) bang. Maybe. Possibly.
We found out, thankfully for possible stepbrothers Leonard and Sheldon, … read more
The gang’s all here in the season 10 premiere of The Big Bang Theory. And we mean allllll here.
As Penny (Kaley Cuoco) and Leonard (Johnny Galecki) plan to renew their vows in the season opener, they’ll be facing all manner of family drama thanks to the whopping six family members in attendance. Not only will returning guest stars Christine Baranski (Leonard’s mom, Beverly), Laurie Metcalf (Sheldon’s mom, Mary), Judd Hirsch (Leonard’s dad, Alfred), and Keith Carradine (Penny’s dad, Wyatt) be on … read more
If ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
Walt Disney Animation Studios announced Thursday that a sequel to 2012’s Wreck-It Ralph will be released on March 9, 2018. John C. Reilly, who voices the titular character, appeared on Facebook Live with directors Phil Johnston and Rich Moore and to deliver the exciting news. Moore and Johnston worked together on the original film, as well as on 2016’s blockbuster Zootopia, which is the second highest-earning film of 2016 (behind Captain America: Civil War).
“I would … read more
I never sat down and watched the Funny or Die spoof “bio-pic” of Donald Trump. Mostly because it was 50 minutes long and who even wants to spend that kind of time making fun of Trump? In that Funny or Die video, Trump was played by Johnny Depp, because if there’s one way to get Depp to do anything, it’s to promise him a fine assortment of wiglets, prosthetic face crap and a ton of makeup. I’m assuming they paid him in booze too. Anyway, as it turns out, Depp did spend some time thinking … read more
As chameleons-for-hire, actors wear many masks. Johnny Depp just happened to actually rip his off in front of the camera. Depp famously impersonated Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump in a recent, rowdy Funny or Die sketch spoofing the mogul’s autobiography The Art of the Deal. And when the cameras stopped rolling, Depp was revved up to make an about-face – and quite literally tear himself away from character. In a behind-the-scenes (and slightly NSFW) clip from the shoot that popped … read more
Johnny Depp, you are now absolved of any responsibility for “Mordecai.” We forgive you. On Wednesday, Funny Or Die released a highly ambitious 50-minute biopic, “The Art of the Deal: The Movie” starring Depp as presidential hopeful Donald Trump without telling anyone. And it’s glorious. Taking its title from Trump’s 1987 literary masterpiece of the same name, you could call the project Funny Or Die’s “Formation.” The comedy website’s founder, Adam McKay, and crew worked on the parody for months, … read more
Actors like Jack McBrayer, Jane Krakowski and Judah Friedlander made “30 Rock,” the seven-year-long hit on NBC, what it was. You can’t imagine a sassy Liz Lemon without her hilariously narcissistic parter or the overly passionate page that never aged. But you also can’t imagine music videos like Mariah Carey’s “Touch My Body” and The Dixie Chicks’ “Goodbye Earl” without them either. Instead of an actress who covered up her age, Krakowski was the wife that covered up her murderous … read more
Seth Meyers has added another role to his already-busy schedule—daddy!
E! News has confirmed that the Late Night host and wife Alexi Ashe are expecting their first child together.
No details on Ashe’s pregnancy have been revealed, but a source tells Us Weekly, who first reported the story, that the lovebirds “are so thrilled to become parents and were so happy to share the exciting news with friends and cast members from SNL last night.”
Meyers married the lawyer, whom he’d met at Chris Kattan’s … read more
Credit: NBC Tracy Morgan made a triumphant return on SNL.
More than a year after his near fatal crash, the comedian hosted Saturday Night Live, and totally killed it. He began his monologue by pretending to have a speech impediment before saying he was just joking. “I’m back!”
It feels so good to be here. You may have seen on the news I was in a terrible car accident a year ago. It was awful. But it also showed me how much love and support I have in this world.
People were wondering, ‘Can … read more
Tracy Morgan made his triumphant return to “Saturday Night Live,” bringing a score of his celebrity friends with him. Morgan told the audience in his monologue that following his recovery from a June 2014 car accident that left him in a coma for two weeks, he called his “Obi-Wan Kenobi” (“SNL” chief Lorne Michaels) and told him he wanted to come “home.”
To celebrate, Morgan’s “30 Rock” co-stars Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Jane Krakowski, and Jack McBrayer all came along for the … read more
Making his first live television performance since the New Jersey Turnpike crash that nearly killed him, Tracy Morgan returned home Saturday night — to “Saturday Night Live,” where he rose to fame as a cast member in the 1990s.
During Morgan’s two previous live TV appearances — on the “Today” show in June and at the Emmys in September — emotion eclipsed Morgan’s trademark nuttiness, but the “SNL” stint proved he’s ready for his close-up.
“People were wondering: Can he speak? Does he have … read more
Just a month after he surprised everyone with an appearance at the Emmys, Tracy Morgan went back “home” on Saturday night—to the stage on Saturday Night Live as its host, the AP reports. “I’m back, it feels so good to be here,” he announced to a cheering audience as he began his monologue. “I was in a terrible car accident a year ago. It was awful. But it also showed me how much love and support I have in this world.” His return to the SNL limelight marked a triumphant return for the comedian after … read more
Live from New York, it’s the return of Tracy Morgan!
After much anticipation, the comedian returned to the Saturday Night Live! stage for the first time since a tragic car accident in June 2014 left him suffering traumatic brain injuries.
In true Tracy style, however, the actor proved this wasn’t going to be a night of sadness. It was going to be all about laughs and yes, the accident would be fair game.
“People are wondering, ‘Can he speak? Does he have 100 percent mental capacity?'” the 49-year-old … read more
Tracy Morgan made it back to Saturday Night Live with a little help from his 30 Rock friends. “I was in a terrible car accident more than a year ago. It was awful, but it also showed me how much love and support I have in this world,” Morgan said, returning to SNL for the first time following a tragic car accident that put him in a coma last year. Morgan joked about concerns that he might have suffered brain damage. “People are wondering. ‘Can he speak? Does he have 100 percent mental capacity?’ … read more
John Oliver has done it again.
The Last Week Tonight host has been truly killing it lately (and always), which is good news for those of us who are already seriously missing Jon Stewart.
Last night’s episode was no exception, thanks to both a hilarious segment on Whole Foods and his main segment on this nation’s serious lack of proper sex education.
Not only did Oliver skewer some hilarious and inaccurate clips of old sex ed videos (including one starring Breaking Bad’s Johnathan Banks!), but … read more