If you’ve ever wondered what Ed Helms was going to do with his free time now that The Office and The Hangover trilogy are behind him, you probably didn’t think, “Obviously he’s gonna star in a web series about a 4-inch tall crime fighter.”
If you believe the early reviews of Jayne Mansfield’s Car — a new film directed and co-written by Billy Bob Thornton, available now on VOD and in theaters September 13 — you probably assume it’s a slow-moving art-house flick.
There have been plenty of celebrities apologizing for their bad behavior this year, but not all of them are worthy of attention.
In Ice-T’s 2012 tell-all, Ice: A Memoir of Gangster Life and Redemption, he went on record about the world’s second oldest profession.
Dealin’ with Idiots — Jeff Garlin’s new movie, which he co-wrote, directs, and stars in, and which is out today — can be summed up with just one brilliantly painful line of dialogue.
Steve Coogan, the British comic best known to U.S. audiences who watch a lot of BBC America, is unsurprisingly convincing as a London smut tycoon in the new biopic The Look of Love.
What’s all this about China and rat meat?
It’s been eight years since Bob Saget told the most disgusting family orgy story ever recorded for that Aristocrats documentary.
Without Christopher Guest, there’d be no Parks and Recreation.
Marc Maron is having a busy week.
Roseanne Barr may be 60, but she’s got more energy and ambition than most comics half her age.
Seth Green makes everything better. He’s like fructose on an ingredients list; you just know it’s going to be extra awesome.