We've all seen "Armageddon" an ungodly amount of times, only to be left in a pool of tears by the end of the movie when Bruce Willis dies a hero. Thankfully, it's only a movie and — spoiler alert! — Willis is still alive. (It's been 15 years, just Netflix the damn thing already.)
In an alternate universe, a kitty named Fuzz Aldrin may not be so lucky. Get More »
Al Pacino is one of the most respected actors of his — or any — generation. But let's face it: Recently he's been chewing more scenery than a koala riding a giraffe. And he especially seems to be into biopics about accused murderers, from his look at Dr. Jack Kervorkian in "You Don't Know Jack" to taking on the title role in "Phil Spector." If the role requires shouting, googly eyes and a crazy wig, Pacino is your go-to guy.
Which is why this new "Saturday Night Live" clip is so great. Because as Abraham Lincoln once said, "it's funny because it's true." Get More »
Justin Timberlake hosted "Saturday Night Live" for the fifth time last night and to celebrate, several other members of the 5-Timers Club showed up in person to welcome him to the fold — including all three members of the 1986 cult classic comedy "Three Amigos."
But let's just say that Martin Short seemed much more excited about it than Steve Martin and Chevy Chase. Get More »
Considering Oscar nominee and "Beasts of the Southern Wild" star Quvenzhane Wallis is, you know, a 9-year-old girl, you wouldn't think there would be too many comedians who could pull off an impersonation of her. But despite that seemingly insurmountable hurdle, Kevin Hart did his level best last night on "Saturday Night Live" in a truly strange skit imagining Quvenzhane Wallis as the new Pope.
Yes, this one has to be seen to be believed. Get More »
As most fans were hoping and expecting, Jennifer Lawrence delivered a cool and funny "Hunger Games" parody last night during her stint as host of "Saturday Night Live." But it was her opening monologue that really has people talking, as the Oscar nominee used the "SNL" stage to deliver some shots at her competition, including fellow Golden Globe winner Jessica Chastain.
Hey, if there's one thing we know about Katniss Everdeen, it's that she plays for keeps. Get More »
When Tyler Perry made the decision to branch out from his wildly popular series of "Madea" comedies and try his hand at serious action with this fall's thriller "Alex Cross," it was a bold move. Unfortunately, though, it didn't really pay off at the box office. So where does Perry go from here?
Well, how about "Tyler Perry's Alex Cross 2 — Madea: Special Ops?" Get More »
As over one and a half billion dollars at the box office proves, just about everybody on Earth loved "The Avengers." And just about everyone on Earth also loves superstar Jeremy Renner. But not everybody loved how small Jeremy Renner's role as Hawkeye was in "The Avengers."
And that's something Renner himself decided to address last night in a brand new "Saturday Night Live" skit. Get More »
If you've ever seen "Les Misérables," or read the original novel from Victor Hugo for that matter, you know just how appropriate the title is. Pretty much everyone in the story is about is miserable as you can possibly get. But if you thought being a desperately poor victim of circumstance in post-Revolutionary France was bad, here's something that's even more soul-crushing: Being a cast member on "Saturday Night Live."
Just ask "Les Misérables" star Anne Hathaway. Get More »
When Steven Spielberg announced he was making a big screen biopic of Abraham Lincoln starring Daniel Day-Lewis from a script by Tony Kushner, fans and critics pretty much agreed that there couldn't possibly be a better version of "Lincoln." Really, with a team like that, who could hope to match them?
Well, now we know the answer, and trust us when we say that you'll never see a version of "Lincoln" quite like Louis C.K.'s ever again. Get More »