FX has captured The Green Hornet.
The movie, which stars Seth Rogen as the masked vigilante and Jay Chou as his sidekick, Kato, will debut on FX at the end of 2012 or beginning of 2013.
The Green Hornet opened on Jan. 14 to No. 1 at the box office, and has so far grossed nearly $80 million in ticket sales domestically. Should it hit $100 million, FX will pay around ...
Barbra Streisand, Seth Rogen
Barbra Streisand and Seth Rogen are hitting the open road together: The two have signed on for the mother/son movie comedy My Mother's Curse.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film follows an inventor (Rogen) who invites his mom (Streisand) on a cross-country trip as he tries to sell his new product while also reuniting her with a long-lost love.
The Green Hornet
The Green Hornet easily topped the weekend box office, Box Office Mojo reports.
The superhero comedy, starring Seth Rogen, drew an estimated $34 million in its first weekend. Those estimates were boosted by more expensive 3-D showings, which accounted for 69 percent of the film's gross.
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Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann will reprise their roles as bickering husband and wife in the sequel to Knocked Up, Variety reports.
In the 2007 Judd Apatow comedy, Mann played Katherine Heigl's sister, Debbie, who's married to Rudd's character, Pete, a talent scout with a penchant for fantasy football and solo movie outings. Seth Rogen also starred as Heigl's baby daddy.
Hoda and Kathie Lee
If there's one takeaway from Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford's workout hour on Today, it's this: Nothing — not even exercise — can come between these ladies and their liquor.
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But the joke's on us for even considering that they could put down the cocktails and feel the burn by working out for a full hour on Friday's episode, which encouraged viewers to exercise along at home. Less than five minutes in, the gals, riding stationary bikes, needed a water break. Assistant Sal — in full Richard Simmons gear ...
Seth Rogen and Jay Chou
There may be hope for Seth Rogen's superhero flick yet!
After the first trailer for The Green Hornet was met with lukewarm reaction, a new preview showcases the comedy between Rogen's Britt Reid and Jay Chou's sidekick, Kato —the result is a much better mix of action and laughs. The additional sneak peeks at Christoph Waltz as the villainous Chudnofsky don't hurt either.
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Conan O'Brien scored a victory over NBC in his debut.
His new TBS show attracted 4.2 million viewers, beating the 3.5 million who tuned into Jay Leno's Tonight Show on NBC and the 3.4 million who watched David Lettermen's Late Show on CBS. Jon Stewart's The Daily Show on Comedy Central drew 1.3 million viewers.
Lea Michele, Conan O'Brien
On his first night back in the late-night saddle, Conan O'Brien killed — and was killed, Sonny Corleone-style, riddled with bullets as he left the NBC gates in his hilarious cold open. Then the guests came on, and he died a little. And then he roared back to life, jamming and clowning with ...
Lauren Miller and Seth Rogen
Seth Rogen told Conan O'Brien that his proposal to girlfriend Lauren Miller wasn't quite what he planned.
"The second I got [the ring] I walked right upstairs to propose to her, but she was in our closet changing and she was literally only in her underpants ...," said the 28-year-old actor, who's next starring in the film The Green Hornet.
Nine months, $40 million and legions of Team Coco fans later, Conan O'Brien is still not over it.
Or, at least, for the purposes of kicking off his new late-night show Conan, he isn't. Monday's premiere was all about sticking it to his former colleagues at NBC by reminding viewers that he was dumped one last time. Hopefully, that was the last time.
In the many interviews O'Brien gave between jobs, he relived his unceremonious exit from NBC's The Tonight Show over and over. More recently, he also expressed the desire to move on, to crack jokes that don't involve himself as jilted late-night host, or his former employer. (Getting the Masturbating Bear back in action for his basic-cable debut was a welcome move!)