Donald Sterling Was Very Colorful When He Appeared On 'Seinfeld'

No worse than the bosses here at Screen Junkies. First Michael Richards. Now the back of the head who played George Steinbrenner. Are the Seinfeld casting officers located next door to a white power rally?

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This short clip is way better than 'Bewitched'. This clip is only 15 seconds long and far better than Bewitched. Here we have our first look at Ferrell's guest role as the new boss on The Office." We don't have any real details on his character other than that it looks like he'll be playing Will Ferrell. Which is fine by me. I could listen to that man scream about Odin or threaten to punch children for hours. In fact, I think I'll do just that. **points listening device at Will Ferrell's house** Amuse me, you twisty-haired man-child. (Deadline)


Watch The Trailer For ‘Horrible Bosses’ While Your Boss Is Gone

Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis are TCB (takin' care of business). There's one thing that separates great comedies from merely good ones: Murder. And the latest murder-comedy is Horrible Bosses, about three guys (Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, and Jason Sudeikis) who plot to murder their respective terrible bosses (Kevin Spacey, Jennifer Aniston, and Colin Farrell) with the help of a murder expert (Jamie Foxx). Then, things go exactly as planned, with the wacky trio murdering their bosses and not getting caught. Just kidding, things go hilariously awry. My favorite part of the trailer is the appearance at the end from Wendell "William 'Bunk' Moreland" Pierce. I'm pretty excited to see this when it comes out on July 8th. I might even...kill to see it. Probably not, though.


Carell Meets Gervais On 'The Office,' They Combine Into One Gigantic Bad Boss

In this clip from tonight's episode of "The Office," David Brent meets Michael Scott. Soon after, their now combined universes violent collapse. David Brent will meet Michael Scott on tonight's episode of"The Office," as we see in the clip above. I imagine the very next scene are both the US and British "Office" universes violently merging in the cosmos, then ultimately collapsing in on itself. The last words ever said in their world, in a tiny whisper: "that's what she said." Steve Carell, who did a Ricky Gervais impression when he first started "The Office," is seen here doing impressions with Ricky Gervais. Racist ones, of course. Given Gervais news as of late, we'll no doubt hear reports about the comedian bringing Jenna Fischer to tears and getting into a shouting match with the semi-retarded fat guy. If he sticks around long enough, he can punch temporary new boss Will Ferrell in the face. That'd be pretty badass, actually. (Deadline)


'Goonies' Director Richard Donner Says There Will Be A Sequel With Original Cast

The guy who played Sloth, an actor named George Clooney, hasn't confirmed this yet. The Goonies will be back, or so says original director Richard Donner, whom TMZ accosted while he was signing autographs. In no uncertain terms, Donner says in the video, "We're making a Goonies sequel." When asked if the stars will return, he responds, "Hopefully, all of them." Sure. Good luck fitting it into Corey Feldman's filming schedule these days. CAUTION: You have to put up with some stupid incendiary babble from the TMZ video guy to get to the point.


Boo Boo Assassinates Yogi Like a Boss

In this alleged alternate ending to Yogi Bear, America’s favorite forest-dwelling picnic enthusiast is recast in the form of a troubled outlaw with a hankering for sweet, sweet death. Few things represent a more perfect blend of morbidity, humor, and the corruption of one’s childhood memories than watching cartoon characters kill each other. In this alleged alternate ending to Yogi Bear, America’s favorite forest-dwelling picnic enthusiast is recast in the form of a troubled outlaw with a hankering for sweet, sweet death. Young Boo Boo, the Robert Ford to Yogi’s Jesse James, is there to deliver Yogi unto his maker. In case you’re behind on your westerns, the clip is a parody of the acclaimed 2007 film The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. And while comedia Paul Scheer is telling everyone that this is a genuine alternate ending to Yogi Bear, in reality the parody is the work of rogue animator Edmund Earle, whose name appears at the end of the clip. Bravo, Mr. Earle. Now make Tangled a story about a girl dealing with teenage pregnancy. (SlashFilm)


There's Funny Stuff In 'Horrible Bosses' Red Band

Let's hope these aren't all of the best parts. [post-album postid="214511" item="1"]The original trailer for Horrible Bosses didn't really grab my attention. Typically, I need to be strongly cursed at or shown boobies to react. Suffice it to say that this new red band trailer for Horrible Bosses had my full attention. Here we see that this movie really has some bite and raunchy set-ups. It looks pretty funny, though we're worried that it gives away too many of the film's jokes and not enough of Jennifer Aniston walking around naked. More of that please. Poor Charlie Day. Always having to have sex with and be fondled by his hot, rich boss. Don't get any ideas, Longshanks.


David Brent Returns In 'The Office Revisited'

Ricky getting back to what Ricky does best. It's not as though anyone would miss him in real life, but in the world of fictional comedy, Ricky Gervais' scathing David Brent is like a god to us people. Ten years after last seeing him on the BBC (I'm not counting the U.S. The Office appearances), David Brent is back, this time at work in the music industry, no doubt serving his own fantasies of becoming a big rock star at his old age. Check out the trailer and say with me, "Welcome back, old friend."