It’s hard to find someone who hasn’t at least contemplated fame and fortune among us. What would it be like to stare out at a stadium of screaming fans? Would it be glamorous to party with movie stars all night? What could you buy with a blockbuster paycheck?
However, most of us will only be able to imagine the answers to these questions. But what if being on the periphery was enough? What about all those people working backstage and in the editing room to make our favorite performances and movies … read more
Donald Trump is a “dangerous man” who will fan the flames of terrorism – but the country would be in even worse hands if true-believers Marco Rubio or Ted Cruz become president. So said two icons of feminism — Jane Fonda and Gloria Steinem – at Sunday night’s Women’s Equality and ERA Coalition’s “Night of Comedy” at Caroline’s on Broadway. Two days before the crucial New Hampshire primary, which polls show Trump winning, Fonda, 78, accused the bloviating billionaire of “fanning … read more
So, you’ve attended your midnight showing of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and your Jedi robes are in the wash. What to do while you bide your time before seeing it again? Here’s your plan while you wait for your laundry to finish and your friends to get off work: Watch your Star Wars faves in their past TV roles. They’re readily available to view on Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO Go, and other streaming services of your choice. Here’s where you’ve seen the cast on your small screen:
You … 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
Tracy Morgan reached another milestone Monday night. The comedian who nearly died last year in a horrific car crash that killed a friend and left him in a coma performed two stand-up gigs in Manhattan ahead of his return to “Saturday Night Live” as host this week. “My first time on stage in 16 Months at the #Comedy Cellar! Picking up the pieces!” Morgan tweeted to his 3 million followers. The 46-year-old funnyman included a photo of himself standing onstage and holding a microphone. TRACY … read more
True success story! Tracy Morgan performed his first stand-up routine since his harrowing June 2014 accident on Monday, Oct. 12.
The 30 Rock comic, 46, made a surprise appearance onstage at the typically star-studded Comedy Cellar in NYC, for his first show in nearly a year and a half. Following his set, Morgan tweeted a photo of himself doing what he does best — performing and making audience members laugh. Morgan was supported by his fellow 30 Rock costar Judah Friedlander for the momentous occasion. … read more
It’s been 16 months since Tracy Morgan was involved in a devastating accident that almost took his life, and since then he’s been mostly out of the public eye as he slowly recovers from his injuries. But now it’s finally time for Tracy to make a comeback — he’s just started filming a new movie with Ice Cube, and this weekend he’ll be hosting “Saturday Night Live.”
But in the meantime he’s still got a lot to catch up on, and he’s doing just that by returning to what first propelled … read more
A rep confirms to Us that Casper Hayes Redman was born last week, weighing in at 6 pounds, 10 ounces. The new parents have been married May 2010. The quiet couple hinted at their baby news on July 6, when the former child star posted a shot to Instagram of herself sporting a baby bump, reading, “Any day now.” She added a caption to the photo, writing, “Oh! This has been also going on for the last nine months #babytime.”
On Sunday, July 19, Redman shared an adorable photo of the tiny tot, writing, … read more
If you weren’t already excited about Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer prequel, that’s about to change.
The first full-length trailer for the series is finally here, and it’s honestly more beautiful than we could have imagined.
While the 2001 movie followed a group of campers and counselors on the last day at Camp Firewood in 1981, Netflix’s eight-episode limited series tells the tale of their first day of camp, and as this trailer promises, everyone is younger, hotter and wetter than ever … read more
Netflix is ready to make this summer wet and hot with an eight-episode revival of the 2001 David Wain cult classic film, bringing back all — every single one — of our favorite camp friends for some more sweater fondling and impromptu motorcycle chasing fun.
(Note: If you haven’t yet seen the original, Netflix has got that, too.)
The streaming service released a first trailer for their “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day Of Camp” series on Tuesday (June 23), thrusting us right back into … read more