From Abbot & Costello to Eddie Murphy, we’ve lined 10 of the most iconic stand-up moments that have made a mark on American culture.
When you’re comedy royalty, you get to date Australian bikini models like Paige Butcher.
Terrible news for people who wanted an “Adventures of Pluto Nash” TV series.
There are more film ideas dumped into a vats of acid than stray dogs in Puerto Rico. Could they have been mega-hits? We’ll never know, but it’s fun to hypothesize.
Movie stars aren’t born famous, they’re made. All these actors are a big deal now but it wasn’t always that way. Here’s a bunch of familiar faces in their very first on-screen appearances.
“You’re right, no human being would stack books like this.” Revisit one of the best (and most quotable) movies of all time.
Duh. duh-duh! Duh-duh, duh! Yeah, you know the theme song to The A-Team when you read it, right? Jump into our cool black van and go back to a time when television was totally ’80s — and totally awesome.
Literary agent Jack McCall has a habit of spouting lies whenever it suits him. After stretching the truth on a deal with a spiritual guru, he finds a Bodhi tree on his property that is directly connected to every word he utters.
The holiday movie season (more or less) officially begins with A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas, Tower Heist, Killing Bono and The Son of No One.
This movie looks a bit bizarre-o, but hey Eddie Murphy is gonna host the Oscars, so….When a group of hard working guys find out they’ve fallen victim to a wealthy business man’s Ponzi scheme, they conspire to rob his high-rise residence.
The workers at a posh Central Park condominium plot to steal back their pensions from the thieving Wall Street billionaire who’s about to get away with the ultimate white-collar crime.