Fashion-forward or fashion faux pas?
While appearing on The View this past week to promote his new show Resurrection, Omar Epps appeared to be wearing a leather skirt over black jeans.
This week, Jimmy Fallon made his debut as host of The Tonight Show, and welcomed a host of celebrity guests — the most entertaining of which was Kristen Wiig, who did her entire interview in character as One Direction's Harry Styles. With NBC devoting its prime time programming to Olympics coverage, Parks and Recreation launched its online spin-off The Hapley Group, and Parenthood's companion web series incorporated the show's long-awaited crossover with Friday Night Lights. Also bowing this week were Marlon Wayans' new comedy channel, and Chipotle's original web series Farmed and Dangerous. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Marlon Wayans is launching a new comedy website called WhattheFunny.com, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Wayans is partnering with producer Peter Coleman and Funny or Die founder Randy Adams for the new project. "If Funny or Die is the Saturday Night Live of the web, what we're trying to do is the In Living Color of the web," Adams said.
In its first week of wide release, Zero Dark Thirty skyrocketed from No. 16 to No. 1 to beat new entries A Haunted House and Gangster Squad.
The military thriller, which earned five Oscar nominations, grossed an estimated...
Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Wilmer Valderrama and Laura Prepon will be feeling groovy on Fox again.
The network is bringing back cast members from its past hit shows That '70s Show and In Living Color, among others, for a night of celebration on its 25th Anniversary Special, airing Sunday, April 22 at 8/7c.