We are so in a glass cage of emotion!
Last night, the world received something even groovier than a free case of Sex Panther when Will Ferrell slipped back into Ron Burgundy's leisure suit for a very special announcement ...
21 Jump Street
21 Jump Street arrested audiences over the weekend, taking the top spot at the weekend box office.
The remake of the '80s TV show, now starring Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill, grossed an estimated $35 million in its first weekend of release, according to Box Office Mojo.
The Lorax clobbers John Carter at the box office
The Lorax followed at No. 2, taking in another $22.8 million. After a disappointing start, John Carter fell again to...
Will Ferrell must really love beer -- more specifically, Old Milwaukee.
Elizabeth Montgomery and Dick York
Between the coven on True Blood and The CW's upcoming teen witch drama, The Secret Circle, don't we have enough witches on TV? CBS thinks not.
The network has ordered a script for a remake of the classic TV comedy Bewitched, Variety reports.
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Mariska Hargitay, Carson Daly
Mariska Hargitay will be lightening her workload during the next season of Law & Order: SVU, but NBC boss Robert Greenblatt says viewers won't be able to tell.
"You will not notice anything," Greenblatt said Monday, while speaking to reporters during NBC's fall TV preview session. He added that while the actress, who recently adopted a child, will be "lightening her load in terms of shooting days," her alter ego Olivia Benson won't be any less of a presence on-screen.
Funny or Die was the big winner at Monday night's Webby Awards where it was honored as Webby Film and Person of the Year.
Accepting the award were co-founders Adam McKay and Chris Henchy with Will Ferrell joining via video. Together the group went way beyond the five-word acceptance speech limit with Ferrell adding a haiku.
Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis
Will Ferrell could only add to the insanity of Zach Galifianakis' Funny or Die web "interview" series Between Two Ferns, and indeed the resulting collaboration borders on surreal...
Will Ferrell, Conan
The Beardpocalypse is over.
Making good on his nearly monthlong threat of shaving Conan O'Brien's beard, Will Ferrell dropped by Conan Monday and finally took his clippers (aka Excalibeard) to ...
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge
This is delightful history." So declared TV's reigning queen of news, Barbara Walters, as the newly wed Catherine, now Duchess of Cambridge, emerged from Westminster Abbey alongside her prince Friday morning to pealing bells, cheering crowds and a gawking worldwide TV audience estimated in the billions, soaking up a jubilant moment in the often rocky life of the British royals. In shared media moments like this, we are all uncommonly privileged commoners, granted a front-row seat to rubberneck at will at a lavish ceremony, festooned with wacky hats, that seemingly went off without a hitch. Watching in high-def (a first for a British royal wedding), I was struck by both the intimacy and grandeur of what the cameras captured: best man Harry's sly look backward at Kate's long approach down the aisle while his brother faced forward — he apparently whispered, "Wait till you see her" — the sideways amused glances between Kate and William revealing that they were keeping it real amidst the pomp, the prince's struggle to place the ring on her finger, all set against sweeping long shots, including staggeringly beautiful aerials of the entire abbey, like something out of a classic movie romance....