Andrew Wiggins chose a memorable suit for the NBA Draft. Twitter is exploding with comments.
Angelina Jolie was honored at the 2013 Governors Awards last night. Check out all the photos from the red carpet right here.
Steve Martin and Kermit the Frog jam out in a showdown of dueling banjos in a new Funny or Die video. Check out the hilarious scene right here.
So what if he’s older than dirt? He’s hilarious.
Unless you’re an awesome comedian from at least a decade ago, air quotes make you a d-bag, according to a study of 2,000 Britons that determined air quotes to be the most obnoxious of the hand-communication gestures.
We’ve sifted through the rubble of this week’s comedy videos to pick out only the purest comedy nuggets for your enjoyment. Triumph poops all over Chicago, three grandmas learn about BDSM with “50 Shades of Grey” and China reports on vagina mushrooms.
Steve Martin’s 1978 album, Wild and Crazy Guy was one of the most popular comedy records of its day. The promo video Steve made for the album fits right in with the Internet-tailored videos of today and finds Steve offering up a lucrative $1 prize and talking about his girlfriend’s p****y. Wild and crazy, indeed.
Trust no one but us when it comes to planning your moviegoing weekend with The Thing, The Skin I Live In, The Big Year or Father of Invention.
Steve Martin plays a God-fearing con man who tries to sell a miracle or two to the people of a small Kansas town in this underrated dark comedy.
Do you know a con when you see one? Here are some flicks that have more than a few tricks up their sleeve, now available on Netflix Instant.
Steve Martin is currently in negotiations to star in The Big Year alongside Owen Wilson and Jack Black, HollywoodReporter.com reports. The film will be directed by Marley & Me director David Frankel and is about three men who compete to try to find the rar…
It’s Christmas! The day when movie studios capitalize on nobody having to work but your friendly neighborhood projectionist by dropping a must-see blockbuster or two into the cinema. So if you’ve opened all your presents, why not open this, too?