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"Argo" may have been the most acclaimed film of 2012, but there's at least one person who wasn't all that excited about it: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
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 »
Hey guys, remember that hilarious batch of fake Quentin Tarantino posters we made up a couple weeks ago, highlighting all the historical revenge fantasies we wish Tarantino would film? Well, it looks like someone at "Saturday Night Live" must have been paying attention, because last night they actually filmed one of our ideas.
But even we couldn't have guessed at how damn funny "Djesus Uncrossed" would be.
Of course, we called our version "Biblical Proportions," but it's basically the same thing: Christoph Waltz plays a resurrected Jesus who sets out on a bloody rampage of revenge, aided by the greatest posse ever assembled.
Check it out, courtesy of NBC.com. And don't worry, "SNL," you're more than welcome to swipe our ideas any time you like.
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 »
Thank Bruce Almighty, it looks like Jim Carrey is making a comeback.
For whatever reason, it seemed Carrey's career had derailed after "Man on the Moon" in 1999. For every "Horton Hears a Who!" and "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" there was a "Yes Man."
This year, Carrey finally saw the release of the underrated "I Love You Phillip Morris" and began shooting on the New York-centric "Mr. Popper's Penguins."
And then he did "SNL." Carrey is to "SNL" what a lion is to a llama farm. He makes an awesome mess of the place. This is the guy who did Ride the Snake. Watch him here in a "Black Swan" parody that, any other week, would have been DOA. Get More »