Topic: Andy Samberg
You know this old joke right? Reese Witherspoon, Beyonce, Gwyneth Paltrow and Andy Samberg walk onto a movie set because they’re starring in a musical comedy film together called One Hit Wonders. No? More
“I have a right to love you!” Andy Samberg shouts to his platonic co-worker (Emma Stone) in the faux trailer for “Garry Marshall‘s Martin Luther King Day.”. More
Stand Up To Cancer has smartly utilized three factors to get their message out: 1) Celebrities like Andy Samberg and Zach Galifianakis 2) reenacting scenes from Star Wars in a 3) viral video. Back in September they posted the official video — created in partnership with Lucasfilm – but now SU2C has released a behind-the-scenes look where the actors talk about their love for George Lucas‘ enduring series and how cancer has touched their lives. More
Andy Samberg might look like a nice Jewish boy, but he’s actually been up to some rather shady activities lately, at least according to one St. Louis production duo. More
Melissa McCarthy is set to host the next episode of SNL and she shot some super-cute promos with funnyguy dreamboat Andy Samberg. The Bridesmaids talent, fresh off her Emmy win for Mike and Molly, will host a show featuring musical guest Lady Antebellum. More
This was amusing! I still don’t trust the real Mark Zuckerberg, though. More
SNL funnyguy dreamboats The Lonely Island took the stage at last night’s Emmy Awards to perform a medley of their hits, including “I Just Had Sex,” “3-Way (The Golden Rule),” and “Jack Sparrow.” More
Friends with Benefits boasts an impressive cast, many of whom have worked together before. In fact, three of the members starred in one of Saturday Night Live‘s greatest Digital Shorts of the last few years: “Motherlover,” the 2009 ode to porking your best friend’s mom in lieu of a proper Mother’s Day gift. You may not have noticed the alignment of these stars since Justin Timberlake and Andy Samberg aren’t sporting fake beards and jauntily-perched sunglasses, but Patricia Clarkson seems to be channeling her naughty mom in playing Mila Kunis‘ kinky madre with her “bad little pony” lover Aubrey. It seems like just yesterday that JT was pimping her out to his buddy Andy.
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Saturday Night Live‘s season went out with a bang. Host Justin Timberlake and musical guest Lady Gaga brought their A-games.Although it’s not out of the ordinary for musical guests to sneak in for a cameo or two in some of the sketches, Gaga was all over the place – it was almost like she and Justin were cohosting the episode, although she never invited him to join him for a duet in her musical numbers. More
his weekend is Saturday Night Live‘s season finale, and the host/musical guest is regular visitor Justin Timberlake. I’m totally on board with this idea, because Justin’s regular bits on SNL – from the Barry Gibb Talk Show to his recurring sketches with Andy Samberg – are hilarious. I’m also totally on board with this because Justin Timberlake is annoying doing everything that isn’t SNL. More
You guys, The Lonely Island‘s second album is finally out! The record, put together by sketch groupSNL digital short guys Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone is called Turtleneck and Chain and features such classics as “I Just Had Sex” and “Throw it on the Ground.” Here’s some more stuff to know about these dudes:
Apparently the only thing I’m writing about today is Jack Sparrow. Roll with me: It’s a piratical kind of day. Anyway, the oh-so-terribly-funny lads of The Lonely Island have teamed up with Michael Bolton– but they soon discover that strange things happen when Michael Bolton comes to the studio directly after having watched all three Pirates of the Caribbean movies. Want to know more? Just watch it. Trust me. More
I really enjoyed Fast Five, despite having not seen the other four Fast the Furious movies. It was, simply, a redblooded, hearty action flick with insane car stunts and giggle-worthy dialogue. And over the course of the jam-packed 130 minutes, I found myself adding another layer: I decided that there was a sordid love affair going on between the characters played by Vin Diesel and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. More