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What can't this guy captain? He's attractively rescued those in peril from spaceships and trains with Star Trek and Unstoppable, now Chris Pine is on a boat in The Finest Hours. When a tanker splits in half and its crew needs attractive rescue, Chris Pine is the man for the job. Here he plays a Coast Guard captain dispatched to save the thirty-plus stranded men with little more than a wooden lifeboat while facing obstacles like 60-foot waves. It's a shame that Jaws already has dibs on that "we're gonna need a bigger boat" line.


Get Charmed To Death By Chris Pratt In Seven Minutes Of 'SNL' Promos

Macklin, you son of a bitch. In case you didn't know that Chris Pratt is an awesome, funny, and delightful person...HE IS. And rather than go through the many, many examples supporting this thesis, you can just watch this extended video of all the SNL promos Chris Pratt did for his upcoming hosting of the show's 40th season premiere. He's just about the most natural person in front of the camera. The comedy that most actors strive for, as well as their work to portray a level of comfort while being filmed. Ole' Pratty's got that in spades. I mean, who else can make seven minutes of video and have all of it be charming. It's a gift. A gift from him to us. WE LOVE YOU, STARLORD!


Emile Hirsch Battles Invisible Aliens In 'The Darkest Hour' Trailer

They're like weapons-toting ghosts. Well, this one's interesting. It's the first trailer for Chris Gorak's The Darkest Hour and it finds a clever way to not make the attacking aliens the same cliche insectoid design that we've seen so much of in recent years. It does so by not showing them at all. They are invisible aliens. Kind of like ghosts but with an organized agenda. And though it's just Emile Hirsch, Olivia Thirlby, Rachael Taylor, Max Minghella, and Joel Kinnaman literally running away from nothing, it still looks pretty good. Definitely like the way that the aliens disintegrate their victims by pulling them into their force-fields. We've been discussing it here at Screen Junkies HQ and it doesn't seem like a bad way to go. Way better than drowning.


Watch Matthew Weiner Go On And On For Like Six Hours

If you start now you can be done by the weekend. The Archive of American Television is not messing around. They've released a 6-hour interview with Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner, in which he goes into great detail about the show, his life, his philosophy on art, etc. I'm guessing he also has time to talk about whether he's a boxers or a briefs man, who killed JFK, abortion, and which of the Herculoids are his favorites. Anyway, I did watch a couple random bits of this, and it does seem kind of interesting. Maybe if I ever have a couple weeks free I'll watch the whole thing. The video here is just the first hour, and you can watch the rest here. There's some interesting stuff about the development of "Mad Men," like the hilarious revelation that January Jones (who plays Don Draper's wife Betty) auditioned for the role of Peggy. If you've never seen "Mad Men," trust me, that's interesting.


Chris Rock Is A Machine Gun Sprayin' Bear In 'Top Five' Trailer

Hammy Time! In Top Five, Chris Rock's character just wants to be funny again. It looks like he's got his wish. Here he stars as a former standup turned movie star thanks to the outrageously successful Hammy The Bear series of action films. Despite his fame, fortune, and hanger-on reality star wife, Rock's character feels disconnected but finds himself being reinvigorated when Rosario Dawson's TIME reporter shadows him for a cover story and helps him rediscover his roots. And also admit that LL Cool J is almost as good as Biggie. Now that's funny. The movie was a huge hit at TIFF last month, and was snatched up by Paramount for seven figures in a bidding war. The film opens in December and we'll hopefully get a Hammy the Bear spin-off in 2016. Luis Guzman could use a hit.


'I Am Chris Farley' Documentary Trailer: Little Coat, Big Heart

Gone but not forgotten. A documentary about the tornado that was Chris Farley is headed to theaters at the end of July. The world knows him as the hyperactive comedian who cannonballed his way into fame in the 1990's via SNL and a string of films. But what happens to such an energetic performer when they need to turn it off? I Am Chris Farley gathers interviews with his friends and family to discuss the Chris Farley we didn't see and to celebrate his one of a kind presence.


Chris Hemsworth Races Darkman In Trailer For Ron Howard's 'Rush'

Here we have the first look at Ron Howard's F1 racing drama, Rush. Based on the true story of the rivalry between English racer James Hunt and Austrian Niki Lauda, Chris Hemsworth and Daniel Bruhl star as the thrill junkies who somehow don't rob banks or moving trains. I thought this was a racing movie? Where's Michelle Rodriguez?? Instead, Howard opted to take a page out of history rather than the sketchbook of a 9-year old boy. In 1976, Lauda almost died after crashing in the second lap of the German Grand Prix, which the hotheaded Hunt would go on to win. Suffering a coma and bad burns, Lauda was back at it six weeks later determined to beat Hunt in several races. The movie will be in theaters this fall, but you can just go to Wikipedia now to see how it ends.