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Michael Cera only believed it was happening when the cameras rolled. It happened all right.
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With the overabundance of '80s slasher films out on the DVD/Blu-ray market, why is "The Burning," from 1981, so sought after? It's a prime example of a genre that continues on to this day, even if it is generic, dated and badly acted.
The Webbys, to avoid the oppressive yada yada yada that can smother awards ceremonies, mercifully limit acceptance speeches to five words.
Law professor sends episode of Larry David's show to Netanyahu, hoping he will invite Abbas over to watch it together.
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Two "Saturday Night Live" sets, an Instagram snapshot and 66 projector images later, we now have a better picture of what's to come on Kanye West's anticipated new album.
Birdland Jazz Club has announced their exciting line-up of extraordinary talent for May 20 - May 26, 2013.
Like most sentient Americans, NBC is a huge Michael J. Fox fan, and the network demonstrated as much last summer when it outmaneuvered its broadcast competition by way of a risky and unprecedented leap of faith.
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper played the groom in a surreal wedding scene send-off for Bill Hader's Stefon character on the season finale of "Saturday Night Live." Hader announced last week that he was leaving SNL after eight seasons to move to California and get more sleep, which meant his memorable characters were also saying goodbye.
Departing SNL cast members Fred Armisen and Bill Hader closed out their final episode of Saturday Night Live with a truly touching performance of an original punk-rock ballad "It's A Lovely Day," featuring a slew of legendary indie-rock friends of the show.
Back in the day, Amy Poehler was a necessary and hilarious part of the "Weekend Update" segments on "Saturday Night Live." We got a bittersweet reminder of this during the current season's finale when Poehler joined Seth Meyers for the fake news bit.
With the IRS scandal dominating the news this week, "Saturday Night Live" closed out their 38th season with a political bang.
The fictional family were acclaimed when they hit our screens 10 years ago. As the final series ends, it's the right time to leave A derelict, dipsomaniac addict, addled by breakfast-time, at the mercy of his rampant libido, driven by the hunt for the next free drink or drug, flogging his baby's milk for a lager.
Now a classic from television's golden age, the show was not an immediate hit when it debuted in 1954, according to .
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney appeared on "The Tonight Show" with Jay Leno on Friday and weighed in on the barrage of controversies plaguing the White House in recent weeks.