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The "realest" rapper in the game, platinum-locked Australian Iggy Azalea dropped her latest single, "Beg For It," from her upcoming album, Reclassified due out November 24. The song features Danish singer MØ on the vocals and has the kind of languorous beat and name-spelling we've come to expect from Iggy. As with her guest-spot on Ariana Grande's "Problem," she references another classic lyric — this time Notorious B.I.G.'s "Hypnotize") — with "Iggy, Iggy, Iggy can't you see? That everyone wants to put their hands on me." She'll be performing the song on tonight's SNL hosted by Jim Carrey. Listen to it below: »
- E. Alex Jung
All righty then. Sorry—I know that reference is as painfully dated as this Austin Powers costume. But it's tough not to think about Jim Carrey's best-known roles as we consider the actor's third SNL outing—and, to be honest, to consider how long it's been since he last made a great comedy. 2013's Kick-Ass 2 was a dismal flop. That same year, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone tanked as well. The most charitable thing you can call 2011's Mr. Popper's Penguins is "inoffensive." 2009's I Love You Phillip Morris was well-reviewed but didn't make much of an impact. A Christmas Carol »
- Hillary Busis
Reuniting the Farrelly Brothers, Bobby & Peter, with stars Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels, Dumb and Dumber To is set 20 years after the dimwit duo of Lloyd and Harry set out on their first adventure, and sees the pair head out in search of one of their long lost children in the hope of gaining a new kidney… With the film set to debut just before Christmas, we’ve managed to lay our hands on the new UK one-sheet poster for the film (the poster originally debuted in German only).
Dumb and Dumber To will be released in the UK on December 19th.
- Phil Wheat
Jim Carrey is back to remind you he's hosting “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, and he's brought along Iggy Azalea for added star power. After going all power couple with “Saturday Night Live” cast member Aidy Bryant in previous promos, Carrey returns for another, slightly more awkward round of promos, this time with the night's musical guest by his side. See photos: Party Report in Pictures: Jennifer Lawrence, Reese Witherspoon, Jon Stewart and SNL's Week Off First, the comedian has a blast saying her name, though she's not so amused, and he doesn't impress her pulling his signature funny faces, »
- Linda Ge
Iggy Azalea owned the summer with "Fancy," and with Ariana Grande's "Problem" and "Black Widow" featuring Rita Ora; she may very well some of the fall, too, as her Spring album "The New Classic" is getting the deluxe reissue treatment with all-new songs, as "Re-Classified." Among those: "Iggy Szn," in which the Aussie rapper states the obvious. "Bitches gonna hate while critics critique / I pay ‘em no mind whenever they speak, what they make a year I can make in a week.” Ahem, rub it in why don't you. "Re-Classified" will be out on Nov. 24. Another new track, "Beg For It," will be out tomorrow (Oct. 24) and she plays "Saturday Night Live" for the first time (with host Jim Carrey) on Saturday. Azalea is also the leader of American Music Awards nominations this year, with six nods; the show takes place on Nov. 23, a day before her redux album hits shelves. »
- Katie Hasty
Jim Carrey's been super-busy these days. The actor's got Dumb and Dumber To coming out next month, he's going to be all over the place promoting that, he's found himself a new lady friend... At least, that's the story told in one of several new promos touting his hosting appearance on Saturday Night Live this weekend, all of which we've got for you right here. To "make headlines" and "cut through the clutter and make hashtags happen," cast member Aidy Bryant suggests that they start dating and Carrey thinks that's a great idea. "We're dating by the way, for reals," he says straight-faced, "literally not joking. Our couple name is »
Ready for the next Brangelina? In the new promos from the upcoming episode of "Saturday Night Live," host Jim Carrey reveals that he's started dating "SNL" star Aidy Brant (sort of)."I feel like there’s not enough buzz going into this thing," the "Dumb & Dumber To" actor says. "We need to do something right now that will get headlines, that will cut through the clutter and make hashtags happen." When Aidy suggests they start dating, Carrey agrees and even leans in for a very awkward kiss!The best part of their fake Hollywood romance is their Bennifer-esque nickname and hashtag — which, in their case, is #Jaidy. The comedian also performs a less than flattering impression of his new lady, before they both become demons.Did we mention this is the Halloween episode? Watch the spooky promos above to see Jim tonguing Jason's signature hockey mask and swinging a machete! »
- tooFab Staff
Jim Carrey will definitely be in a trick or treat mode for Saturday Night Live’s Halloween show, with the emphasis on tricks, according to a new promo. Carrey appears in a couple of quick shots to announce his guest hosting appearance and musical guest Iggy Azalea. SNL cast member Aidy Bryant plays Carrey’s foil while he goes through a number of goofs during the promo clip. ...Read More »
Promos are out for this week's Saturday Night Live with host, Jim Carrey, and musical guest, Iggy Azalea. The videos show Carrey, who is hosting for the third time, and Aidy Bryant, who are apparently dating now. Carrey, for example, treats viewers to one of his world-famous impressions, this time with Bryant as his subject. Oh, and did we mention this is the Halloween episode? Carrey dons a Jason-esque mask, knife in hand. Other frights are in store. Watch the promos here, if you dare: »
- C. Molly Smith
Jim Carrey is returning to host SNL for the third time - HuffPost Entertainment This new song from the Annie soundtrack is not what we expected - Moviefone Find out what set piece from The Avengers is hanging in Rdj's office - Moviepilot 50 gaping plot holes from Batman Begins - Cracked That time Mel Gibson performed with Second City in the '90s - Splitsider The latest, greatest songs from The Originals - The Vampire Diaries Who is the mysterious redheaded woman from Supernatural? - BuddyTV This Princess Jasmine costume is gross and gorgeous - Popsugar Beauty »
Expectations are fragile things. In life as in art we heap our hopes upon reinvention, transformation and the ideal that things can be made better. And when those thrice rebooted incarnations turn out to be disappointing vitriol can be a hard to contain.
Many have poured their venom, malcontent and disillusionment upon the latest Batman property dreamed up by Bruno Heller and Danny Cannon. The faithful have not forgotten what Cannon did with Judge Dredd and less still have forgiven. Stallone removing his helmet and proclaiming himself the law was not only a filmic travesty, but said much to those that cared about what this director clearly felt. So it was with trepidation that people approached Gotham not only because Cannon directed the pilot, »
- Gary Collinson
World, meet new celebrity power couple #Jaidy. Oh, you hate them? Sorry. Jim Carrey and “SNL” star Aidy Bryant are the type of comic actors that will do anything for attention, even if that means using this week's “Saturday Night Live” promos to create a fake Hollywood relationship, complete with an obnoxious nickname and hashtag — which in their case, is #Jaidy. So maybe the results weren't well-received and the hashtag didn't trend, but it made for a pretty funny (if awkward) commercial for the upcoming episode. See photos: Party Report in Pictures: Jennifer Lawrence, Reese Witherspoon, Jon Stewart and SNL's Week Off First. »
- Tony Maglio
Jim Carrey tries to get spooky in his Halloween “SNL” promos He and Aidy Bryant have decided to start dating as #jaidy. MTV greenlights "Broke A$$ Game Show” and “Todrick" "Broke A$$” will involve people on the streets competing for cash, while “Todrick” will feature YouTube star Todrick Hall. Bill Murray tells Ellen his Christmas special still doesn’t have a network But he adds: “I think we’ll have to do it.” »
- Norman Weiss
Jim Carrey is hosting Saturday Night Live for the third time this week, but first things first: promos! With Halloween looming, many of them are spooky and scary, and in one, Carrey does an impression of Aidy Bryant that is frighteningly good, so maybe don't watch them in the dark. Also, why are you watching SNL promos in the dark, weirdo? »
- Jesse David Fox
L.M. Kit Carson, the Texan film legend best known for David Holzman's Diary, has passed away at the age of 73. For Filmmaker Magazine, Vadim Rizov gathers some valuable insight from Fabrice Aragno, the cinematographer of Jean-Luc Godard's Adieu au langage. Eric Hynes provides an excellent and authentic New Yorker take on Gangs of New York for Reverse Shot's Martin Scorsese Symposium. Above: we're disappointed to hear that Paul Schrader's latest film has been essentially taken out of his hands—in response the filmmaker has disowned the picture. For Film Comment, Violet Lucca interviews Ruben Östlund about his acclaimed film, Force majeure:
"Lucca: Like your previous work, Force Majeure is intended to foster a philosophical debate about what human behavior means or implies. Do you envision that being more of an internal process, or do you want people to talk it out?
ÖStlund: Yeah, in a group. »
For the first time in its 40-year-history, the Saturday Night Live cast includes two black women
Saturday Night Live is starting to look a little bit more like the rest of America, at least in terms of diversity. First the NBC staple installed Michael Che as the first black anchor for its long-running Weekend Update segment, and now Leslie Jones has been promoted from a writer on the show to a featured player. Her first official episode as a cast member will be the 25 October episode featuring Jim Carrey as host. The poor woman always to have her time at SNL linked to Jim Carrey.
This is the first time in its 40-year history that SNL will be the home to two black women, Jones and Sasheer Zamata. Both women found their way to the show when SNL came under fire in 2013 for not having any black women in its »
- Brian Moylan
Leslie Jones is moving on up! The staff writer for "Saturday Night Live" has been promoted to featured player this season, on the strength of several appearances, including one about relationships from the season premiere.
Jones becomes the second black female cast member, after Sasheer Zamata. "SNL" faced a great deal of criticism last year over the lack of diversity among its comedy troupe - particularly after hiring six new cast members for the 2013-14 season, all of whom were white. That led Michaels to embark on a very public nationwide search for black female comedians. That led to the show hiring Sasheer Zamata as a featured player and Jones and Lakendra Tookes as writers.
"SNL" has a long history of promoting from within; current "Weekend Update" hosts Colin Jost and Michael Che both started as writers. Jones begins her new job on this weekend's edition, which will be hosted by Jim Carrey. »
- Kelly Woo
Deadline reports that SNL staff writer Leslie Jones has been promoted to featured player ahead of this week’s Jim Carrey show. Jones became a writer for the show following the talent search in early 2014 that resulted in the hiring of Sasheer Zamata, but her guest spots on "Weekend Update" — from her relationship-advice segment on this year's season premiere to her controversial "No. 1 Slave Draft Pick” bit about slavery last May — proved that she can hold her own in front of the camera as well. Congrats, Leslie! »
- Anna Silman
Saturday Night Live just added a new face to the cast of its 40th season. Leslie Jones is the latest lady to join the show as a full-fledged cast member after becoming a writer earlier this year. Jones first auditioned for the coveted spot last fall as one of twelve finalists, but the role was ultimately offered to Sasheer Zamata. And while Jones may not have gotten her big break right away, the comedian made an impression on showrunner Lorne Michaels, eventually making appearances on Weekend Update, Deadline reports. In addition to her new gig in front of the camera, »
- Emily Strohm, @emablonde
"Saturday Night Live's" Leslie Jones is moving on up. The comedian, who joined the "SNL" writing staff early this year and has appeared as a contributor on the show's "Weekend Update" segment a number of times, has been promoted to full cast member, according to Deadline. This weekend's Jim Carrey-hosted episode will be her first as a featured player. Jones vied for a spot on the "SNL" cast last December during the show's much-publicized scramble to hire a black female performer, but Sasheer Zamata ultimately won out. Jones was nevertheless offered a spot on the show's writing staff, and clearly her solid "Weekend Update" contributions have won over the powers-that-be. Check out Jones' (somewhat controversial) "Weekend Update" segment from back in May: »
- Chris Eggertsen
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