This year there was a particularly good crop of commencement speakers, and their speeches ran the gamut from heartfelt to hilarious to musical. If you can deal with feeling jealous of a bunch of high school and college students for having celebrities wish them luck on their graduation day, go forth and watch these eight examples. And follow your dreams, because that’s like really important. More
Topic: Ed Helms
On the slight chance that you needed another reason to want to marry Ed Helms, Jason Bateman, Will Forte and Jason Sudeikis and turn them all into your brother wives, check out this amazing new video for the Mumford & Sons’ song, “Hopeless Wanderer.” More
So word on the street is that The Hangover Part III is the laziest movie to have ever been conceived, filmed and distributed in the history of film-making. But I personally find that very unfair. One because no one can accurately make that statement before seeing Grown Ups 2 this summer. And two because it wasn’t really all that bad. More
There’s brunette stripper Jen, there’s platinum blonde stripper Jen, there’s stripper Jen in black undies, there’s stripper Jen in lacy nude undies, there’s stripper Jen with water on her. There’s a lot of stripper Jen, okay? More
It’s graduation season, my friends. Whether you’re a graduate or the loved one of a graduate or you were a graduate once or you saw a graduation once in a movie, I think we can all agree this is a special time that’s best celebrated by looking at celebrities’ embarrassing graduation photos. More
It’s practically the number one rule of SNL that if a sketch was particularly funny or involved a particularly exciting cameo, it won’t be up on Hulu the next day. Such was the case with one of the funniest sketches in Zach Galifianakis’ SNL episode, in which he loses a Jennifer Aniston look-alike contest to his Hangover co-stars Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms. But you can now enjoy that sketch right here. More
Now that Mindy Kaling’s new show has a title, we’re getting really excited for its premiere. More
We here at Crushable are huge fans of The Office’s crazy talented writer/actress Mindy Kaling, so when we heard she was getting her own half-hour show on Fox (or at the very least, a pilot for one) we were excited. Now, a few more details have emerged about the show, and we are super excited. More
We’re so used to the cliche of the Hollywood asshole actor that we’re stymied by genuinely good guys working their way up the ranks. But according to the Duplass brothers, their drama Jeff, Who Lives At Home couldn’t have happened without a “nice” leading man. And that’s who they found in Jason Segel. More
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If you’ve ever seen him singing and dancing on The Office, it might shock you to hear that Ed Helms was upstaged on last night’s episode of The Tonight Show. But he did, in fact, have the spotlight stolen from him by none other than Jersey Shore meatball Deena Cortese. More
The list of nominees for the 2011 Teen Choice Awards is (no joke) eleven pages long. It’s like they’ve become the Oscars for the younger set — only twice as long! We don’t know how they’re going to keep viewers’ attention long enough to get through every single award. Hell, we could only pick out our favorite categories to give you our predictions for who will win best Hissy Fit, Villain, and Liplock. More
Zach Galifianakis could totally have been pulling the interviewer’s leg in this Rolling Stone article, or he could have just revealed the plot of the third Hangover movie. Reportedly, the next installment will see Alan (Galifianakis) trapped in a mental institution — for reasons that will be revealed later, we’re sure — and Stu (Ed Helms) and Phil (Bradley Cooper) coming up with a plan to bail him out. More
The Ambiguously Gay Duo have always been one of my favorite recurring bits on Saturday Night Live, so seeing a live-action version was a huge highlight for me. Fortunately, the casting was right on: Jon Hamm and Jimmy Fallon were the titular pair, while the evening’s host Ed Helms played one of the villains (modeled on Batman‘s Two Face). More