Bad news Michael J. Fox fans: the trailer is ‘Teen Wolf’ meets ‘Twilight’.
In perhaps the greatest moment of his short life, a young “Community” fan requests that Donald Glover perform the show’s “La Biblioteca” rap with him, and Glover agrees.
From the mind that brought you “Jerry the Great” comes a thrilling tale of deception, intrigue, and Peterman. So much Peterman.
If you’ve seen Jon Cryer under a bridge, it’s not cause he’s hiding from a crazed Charlie Sheen. Here’s Cryer’s video confession.
A 16-year-old Nicole Kidman appears on an Australian TV show to promote her upcoming film, “BMX Bandits.”
This thing’s gonna make ‘Mad Men’ look like ‘Cop Rock’!
The video says he’s “confused,” but really Eric is just pretending to be cool while girls ogle his shirtlessness via the YouTube. Yeah, whatever guy.
Having a car that can transform into a fighting robot would be pretty great, apart for one thing.
It doesn’t even matter if ‘Terra Nova’ is good. Just put dinosaurs on my TV every week, please.
ThunderCats, Hoooooly god I’m so high right now.
Few people were aware before last night, but Colin Firth happens to suffer the exact same speaking impediment as his character in The King’s Speech.
“Then it’s agreed. We’re going to do a show based on “Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament.”
It seems as if he approached some of Hollywood’s most beautiful actresses and said “be in my comedy video! You’ll pantomime having sex with a yoga ball!” And those actresses all said yes.
“Oscars” James Franco meets Art Gallery James Franco meets Evil “General Hospital” James Franco.
Community star Donald Glover, aka Childish Gambino, raps in an empty warehouse in this non-comedy music video.
Last night Justin Bieber was shot and killed after trying to blast his way out of a standoff with police authorities.
Tonight I’m frakking you. A-whoa-ohhhhh. You know-ohhhhh.
Here’s the story of how the Lohan clan turned Mr. Letterman’s life upside-down for one magical news cycle.
IBM’s artificial intelligence software will continue to compete on “Jeopardy” this week, in the form of a creepy computer named Watson.
In this clip, John Hamm reads from comedy writer John Glaser’s new book, My Dead Dad Was In ZZ Top. The subject? Top secret military butthole surfing.
Will ‘Red State’ be Kevin Smith’s version of “Skins?” With underage drinking and implied group sex with teens, you’d think that all signs point to yes.
What can we say? The man loved his local public library.
Dana Carvey hosted SNL this weekend, and Mike Myers joined him for the show’s cold open, featuring a brand new installment of Aurora, Illinois’ favorite public access show, Wayne’s World.
This is sort of like looking at a pop culture ‘Human Centipede.’
We all know Kramer had big ideas, but what would have happened if he had possessed the attention span (and intellectual capacity) to actually follow through on some of them?
Would you start a real-life study group to be more like the fictional gang on “Community”? Of course not. You’re normal.
The folks at Volkswagen have long been known for their creative advertising, and this Superbowl commercial continues that tradition.
If you’re a fan of “The Simpsons” you’re familiar with the recurring character Rainer Wolfcastle. Someone has taken the time to cut together all of his film parody appearances, giving us a four-minute glimpse at what a full-on McBain movie might look like.
The Gregory Brothers have done it again, this time cutting together an autotuned compilation of President Obama’s 2010 and 2011 State of the Union Addresses.
This clip from “The Today Show” in 1994, where Bryant Gumbel doesn’t know what crazy things like “internet” and “@” symbol mean, is like watching the beginning of time unfold.