Don Draper has officially made his way from Madison Avenue to Sesame Street.
Citing the undeniable fact that the "Mad Men" star’s rugged good looks seem as if they’re already carved from marble, Sesame Street decided to team up Jon Hamm with a beret-topped Elmo in order to educate America’s children about the wide world of sculpture.
Unfortunately, Elmo clearly doesn't feel the need to teach those same children about teamwork. Get More »
Your favorite actress, Melissa McCarthy, loves to dance. She also loves Elmo, so much so, in fact, that she made a recent trip to Sesame Street, where the two explained to the viewing public the meaning of the word "choreographer." The "Bridesmaids" and "Identity Thief" starlet showed off her fancy footwork with the help of a penguin in a beret because sometimes, life is just that beautiful. Get More »
If you got up on the wrong side of the trash can this morning, this news might cheer you up.
According to "The Hollywood Reporter," 20th Century Fox has snagged the movie rights to "Sesame Street" and is lining up behind-the-scenes talent for a film.
The good news is that they've hired Joey Mazzarino to write the script. Mazzarino is a longtime denizen of "Sesame Street." He wrote 24 episodes from 1998 to 2007, directed 13, and is also one of the puppeteers. He's won two Emmys, one for writing and one for directing. Get More »
Before Armond White (and Statler and Waldorf) there was Oscar the Grouch, the OG grumpy critic. He hasn't been getting a lot of mainstream play lately -- probably because he lives in a trashcan -- but the good folks at AOL and Sesame Street would like to change that.
Thanks to the power of internet video, Oscar has a soap box from which to predict this year's Oscar winners. Why this short isn't called "Oscar on Oscars," the world may never know. Get More »
R-rated favorite Jonah Hill refrained from swearing for 58 seconds to stop by "Sesame Street" and explain the definition of the word mustache to Elmo. (Apparently Elmo's never caught an episode of "Magnum P.I." with Tom Selleck.)
Looking like an young unkempt Gene Shalit, Hill is the perfect star to demonstrate all the great things one can do with a (fake) mustache. Get More »