The Expendables 2 was the victor at this weekend's box office, raking in $28.8 million, according to Box Office Mojo.
Last week's winner The Bourne Legacy came in No. 2 with $17 million. Animated film ParaNorman was right behind with $14 million in its opening weekend.
It was a good weekend for sequels as The Bourne Legacy knocked The Dark Knight Rises from the top spot at the box office after three weeks at No. 1.
The fourth film in the Bourne series, which stars Jeremy Renner in the lead role, raked in $40.3 million in its opening weekend. New comedy The Campaign, starring Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis, put up a respectable fight and came in just behind at $27.4 million.
Eastbound & Down is sticking around for at least one more inning.
Although the show was set to wrap after three seasons, HBO has ordered a fourth season of the baseball comedy, Variety reports.
Eastbound & Down, starring Danny McBride as crude former Major League Baseball pitcher Kenny Powers, will produce eight new episodes. The most recent season of the show, which wrapped in April, saw Powers trying to...
Zach Galifianakis and Quinn Lundberg
He's going to have one heck of a bachelor party!
The Hangover's Zach Galifianakis is engaged to marry longtime girlfriend Quinn Lundberg, Celebuzz reports.
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Will Ferrell and Gordon Ramsay were both injured during a charity soccer match in England on Sunday, according to the New York Post.
Are you ready to ride the palomino stallion... again?
San Diego's Channel 4 Evening News team, aka Will Ferrell, Paul Rudd, Steve Carell and David Koechner, are back...
Jorma Taccone and Andy Samberg
They might enjoy a lazy Sunday, but last Saturday night, the guys of Lonely Island were rockin' like they were on a boat!
In honor of their 100th digital short for Saturday Night Live, cast member Andy Samberg and his evil-genius partners, Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer, whipped up a mash-up of some of the best clips from the past seven seasons.
Kelly Ripa, Conan O’Brien
Change can be scary — especially for a TV show that swaps hosts or faces new competition. Here's a look at how a few longtime favorites have been handling tough transitions.
Live! With Kelly
Regis Philbin sat next to...
Will Ferrell, Saturday Night Live
Saturday Night Live vet Will Ferrell stopped by to host for the third time with a little help from his friends, including fellow alums Ana Gasteyer (the Bobbie to his Marty Culp) and Will Forte.
Ferrell kicked things off by reprising his most famous impersonation — of former President George W. Bush. Turns out, George got a little lost about three and a half years ago and ended up moving into Vice President's Joe Biden's closet. Thankfully, George was there to...
Will Ferrell as Ron Burgundy
Our top moments of the week:
12. First Time for Everything Award: It's good to know there are still firsts 14 seasons in. Dancing with the Stars' Len Goodman — the stingiest judge of all and recipient of about, oh, 99 percent of the crowd's boos — issues his first mea culpa to Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver and Peta Murgatroyd for giving them a 7 last week. "I under-marked you," he says. "I watched it back. You did a great job." See? Len does have a...