Danielle Brooks with Uzo Aduba and Oh Honey
This week, in order to get into the Christmas spirit, Orange Is the New Black stars Danielle Brooks and Uzo Aduba recorded a holiday medley, and someone made a mashup video of Captain Picard (Patrick Stewart) singing "Let It Snow." Also, Olympic diver Tom Daley posed a coming-out video, an adorable 4-year-old boy named Noah got over his embarrassment about wearing glasses on the Today show, and Steve Coogan did some spot-on celebrity impersonations for Ellen DeGeneres. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
Michael Caine and Morgan Freeman
Looks like Morgan Freeman could use a nap.
While doing an on-camera interview Wednesday with Fox's Seattle affiliate to promote his upcoming film Now You See Me, the Oscar-winning actor closed his eyes for a long period of time before his head nodded forward, likely waking himself up. He went on to...
Ken Russell, the avant-garde filmmaker behind Women in Love and The Boy Friend, has died. He was 84.
Russell died Sunday following multiple strokes, his son Alex Verney-Elliott told The Associated Press. "My father died peacefully. He died with a smile on his face," he said.
Sue Mengers, one of the most influential Hollywood agents during the 1960s, '70s and '80s, died following several small strokes, Vanity Fair reports. She claimed to be 78 years old, but some sources said she was 81.
According to Vanity Fair Editor Graydon Carter, Mengers died Saturday at her Beverly Hills home surrounded by close friends, Ali MacGraw, Joanna Poitier (wife of Sidney) and Boaty Boatwright.
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Mengers was born in Germany and...
The Dark Knight Rises
The Dark Knight Rises... and, based on the first trailer for the third film, he also falls.
Christian Bale will once again put on the Batman suit to fight new bad guys, including Tom Hardy's Bane. He isn't the only Inception star reuniting with director Christopher Nolan though. Joseph Gordon-Levitt will play a beat cop, while Marion Cotillard joins as a Wayne Enterprises board member, and Michael Caine returns as the always reliable Alfred. Anne Hathaway will also star as Selina Kyle, the alter ego of Catwoman.
Before you get too excited about the return of Batman...
Marion Cotillard, Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Marion Cotillard have joined The Dark Knight Rises, Warner Bros. announced Tuesday — but not as the characters you may think.
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Gordon-Levitt, who was widely reported to be playing Alberto Falcone (aka the Holiday Killer and son of Carmine Falcone), will play ...
The King's Speech won four Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor, while Inception also snagged four at Sunday's 83rd annual Academy Awards.
Colin Firth, who played the stammering King George VI, took...
R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour
The Hub, a cable-TV network for kids and their families that launched in October, decks its lineup with Christmas Day programming. There is something for everyone, including those in the mood for some chills, which is exactly what the first episode of the new series R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour delivers. Based on the horror anthology of the same name, this Twilight Zone for viewers ages 7 and up begins with a fright-astic tale called "A Creature Was Stirring," about a little boy who finds an acid-spitting monster under the tree when all he asked for was some bonding time with his unmerry relatives...
Christopher Nolan will begin production on the next Batman movie in April.
That's the word from Michael Caine, who told DigitalSpy.com when shooting is scheduled to begin. Caine plays Bruce Wayne's ever faithful butler Alfred.
Is Robin Williams headed for the next Batman?
"I think they're going to do it in April," the two-time Oscar-winning actor said. "That's about as much as I know."
The third Batman film is set for...
Chin Han, Michael Caine, Gary Oldman and Christian Bale by Dimitrios Kambouris/ WireImage.com
Rolling out the red black carpet on Monday night, New York City truly became Gotham as the stars of this summer's most talked-about movie, The Dark Knight, stepped out at the film's world premiere. Nearly all in attendance were dressed in the same somber tones of the carpet (presumably as a tribute to the late Heath Ledger, whose portrayal of the Joker is the film's biggest buzz-drawer), but there was still plenty of excitement in the air. While Ledger was on the minds and tongues of many, the stars also chose to use the evening to celebrate the film, which has had those lucky enough to screen it early (myself included) gushing for the past couple of weeks.Michael Caine, who reprises his role as Bruce Wayne's loyal butler Alfred, said the film has an "extraordinary intelligence at work," referring to cowriter/director Christopher Nolan and his epic vision for the sequel to the franchise rebooting Batman Begins. "It's not like the usual cartoon or big blockbuster," Caine said. "All o...