Mathew Baynton, James Corden
Russian gangsters, car chases, government conspiracies — these aren't things you often see in comedy. At least not on TV.
Action-comedy films have been around forever, but no one has attempted to blend the genres within a half-hour comedy slot. Until now. On Monday, Hulu debuts The Wrong Mans, an ambitious comedy-thriller from Gavin & Stacey's James Corden and Mathew Baynton co-produced with the BBC. The duo star as Phil (Corden) and Sam (Baynton), two below-average Joes who unwittingly get sucked into a high-stakes crime caper after answering a cell phone found on the road.
Matt Smith, David Tennant
We suggest you sit down for this.
That's how mind-blowing it is to see Matt Smith and David Tennant share the screen in the latest trailer for the Doctor Who 50th anniversary.
Jennifer Lawrence has spoken out against the unrealistic body expectations to which women are subjected.
During a Yahoo chat, an audience member asked Lawrence to share advice to young girls facing body image criticism, to which she responded, "Well, screw those people."
Nostalgia is all the rage these days, so it comes as no surprise that Bill Cosby is hoping to return to prime time.
The comedian told Yahoo TV that he's re-teamed with one of The Cosby Show producers Tom Werner to develop a family comedy that "would [satisfy] the people who have come to me in public places and said, 'Can't you put something on that I can watch?'"
Justin Bieber was charged with vandalism on Friday for tagging a Brazilian building three days prior, People reports.
Rio de Janeiro police received a complaint on Tuesday about Bieber and his friends spray-painting the wall of the former Hotel Nacional. By the time authorities arrived on the scene, the singer was already gone, but photos of Bieber in action surfaced on a Brazilian news website later that day.
Police then began a three-day investigation, involving the testimony of the photographers who snapped him spray-painting, local authorities and Bieber's security team.
Hurt Locker star Anthony Mackie was arrested Saturday morning for driving while under the influence, TMZ reports.
According to law enforcement, the actor was pulled over in New York City for tinted windows around 1:30 a.m. When they approached the vehicle, they saw Mackie had bloodshot eyes and smelled alcohol.
Scott Disick's mother Bonnie passed away last week, People reports. She was 63.
Scott and his longtime girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian traveled from Los Angeles to Long Island, N.Y., for the small funeral. None of Kardashian's other family members attended, according to RadarOnline, which first reported the news.
Nothing good lasts forever. Creator Shonda Rhimes has revealed she has a very clear end plan for Scandal and its hero Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington).
"I feel like there is a finite amount of Scandal to be told," Rhimes told NPR.
Professor Cakes (Jeffrey Tambor) knows how to give one helluva backhanded compliment.
In this exclusive clip from Sunday's China, IL, Professor Cakes doesn't hold back when he tells Frank (Brad Neely) he's "the wooorst communicator to young people that I have ever seen."