Is it just me, or was anyone else hoping that after leaving SNL, Kristen Wiig would do something a little more epic than the Anchorman sequel? More
The Emmy’s are this Sunday. Let’s take a look back at some of the biggest losers while we wait for the big day and Jimmy Kimmel’s big prank. More
I came out of the theater sobbing like an idiot after seeing Seeking a Friend for the End of the World. I soon realized it’s because I just went through the break-up of a five-year relationship… and what’s weird is, this apocalyptic romantic comedy is in some ways the most encouraging movie I could’ve seen, but also the most depressing. More
Listen, Anchorman was a funny movie. I guess. If you think poop and social awkwardness are funny. You want to know what wasnât funny about it? The fact that we all had to listen to every man under the age of 50 and every woman who claims to be âjust one of the guysâ quote this movie verbatim for three years after its release. That wasnât funny, it was painful.
Which is why it is complete bullshit that Ferrell and company are coming out with Anchorman 2. Bros will be swarming around this movie like flies on shit, which might sound like a cliche but is an incredibly apt analogy here. Because bros remind me of insects quite a bit, and this movie is bound to have plenty of jokes involving shit. More
Steve Carell puts on quite the hairpiece (and shaves his chest) to play magician Burt Wonderstone. But can he match up to our favorite fake movie magician of 2011? More
Crushable rounds up our favorite movies of the yearânot necessarily the Oscar-worthy ones, but those that made us laugh, cry, and quote endlessly for weeks afterward. Is your favorite in the list? Do you totally disagree? Let us know. More
• Lady Gaga has advice when it comes to men. (Celeb Dirty Laundry)
• Full track list and more: new Black Keys album. (Hollywood Hiccups)
• The X Factor with Rihanna. (Have U Heard)
• Dr. Conrad Murray is dropping a claim regarding MJ. (Celeb Dirty Laundry)
• Steve Carrell and Jim Carrey to appear together on the big screen. (Hollywood Hiccups)
• Robert Pattinson has a new movie role request. (Have U Heard)
• London Film Festival opened by Jude Law. (Lainey Gossip)
Go on Tumblr during last night’s Emmy Awards, and you’d see the site aflame with tearful and furious posts from Steve Carell‘s fans: He lost to Jim ParsonsÂ for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series, and since this was Steve’s last year on The Office, that means he’ll go home having never won an Emmy for his work as Michael Scott. (This was his sixth nomination in the same category.) More
Ever wondered how we got from Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire toÂ Napoleon Dynamite‘s dance routine? YouTube user mewlists, who brought you the “25 best unscripted scenes” video that we posted a few days ago, has compiled 100 iconic dance sequences that span 90 years of film. In-between the ones mentioned above are such new classics as Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie‘s steamy tango from Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Billy Elliot giving in to the music, and Steve Carell and co. gallivanting to “The Age of Aquarius” at the end of The 40-Year-Old Virgin. More
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This year has already seen several comedies marketed to men in which belabored husbands get to take a break from marriage. You had Hall Pass early in the year, wherein Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis‘ wives gave them carte blanche for a whole week. Today’s big release is The Change-Up, in which Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman switch bodies. Not surprisingly, Reynolds gets the short end of the stick, while Bateman gets to run around as a hot single guy, and catch the attention of his crush Olivia Wilde.
However, both of these movies have one very important thing in common: The guy who’s all talk but never follows through. We’d go so far as to say he’s neutered… and the producers seem to be banking on him as the female moviegoers’ ultimate fantasy. More
Last night’s episode of The Office (written by the brilliant Mindy Kaling) was star Steve Carell‘s second-to-last. The gang paid tribute to their exiting boss with this reworked rendition of “Seasons of Love” from RENT. Sucks for the writer’s P.A. who had to figure out how many minutes Michael Scott worked in the office! More
Poor Cal (Steve Carell). He thinks he has the perfect marriage, only to discover that his wife Emily (Julianne Moore) cheated on him. In desperation, he turns to oversexed, overconfident, always successful pickup artist Jacob Palmer (Ryan Gosling) for some tips to get his love life back on track. At the same time, Jacob finds himself out of his element when he falls for the no-frills Hannah (Emma Stone). Crazy, Stupid, Love. looks like an excellent ensemble romantic comedy, and now you can see the first full-length trailer. More
On Friday, NBC debuted its first teaser for Will Ferrell‘s appearance on The Office. In a four-episode stint starting April 14, Ferrell will play the new boss at Dunder Mifflin. Though his character doesn’t even have a name yet, he’s obviously struck a chord with Michael Scott (Steve Carell, leaving the show in just a few episodes). More
After alleging that fame ruined his family, Billy Ray Cyrus announces that he is mending his family. Somewhere, Miley Cyrus gives a sigh of annoyance. (People)
Emmy Rossum appeared on Chelsea Lately last night. She answered Chelsea Handler‘s question of how she kept herself from being penetrated when filming sex scenes by saying, “It’s a slippery situation.” (YourTango)