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Watch the Parks and Rec season-six blooper reel - HuffPost Entertainment How well do you know the top 2014 music videos? - Vulture Here's a peek at Quentin Tarantino's next movie - Moviepilot The real reason MTV no longer plays music videos - Cracked The best quotes of Suits' fourth season so far - BuddyTV Lorne Michaels is producing a new movie with an SNL star - Splitsider A Tvd star just stripped down for the Ice Bucket Challenge - The Vampire Diaries This deleted scene from The Walking Dead will creep you out - Moviefone Kristen Wiig's best quotes about dating - Popsugar Love & Sex »
Another Saturday Night Live alum is heading to Pawnee.
The seventh and final season of Parks and Recreation is expected to premiere in 2015. »
- Natalie Abrams
Last weekend's guest acting Emmy winners Uzo Aduba ("Orange is the New Black") and Joe Morton ("Scandal") are two of the latest additions to the presenter roster for the upcoming Emmy Awards. The Aug. 25 ceremony, hosted by comedian and talk show host Seth Meyers, airs live on NBC. -Break- Follow Gold Derby on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, iTunes and YouTube It is an annual tradtion for all of the guest acting champs to present on the primetime ceremony. The other two winners from last Saturday -- Allison Janney ("Masters of Sex") and Jimmy Fallon ("Saturday Night Live") -- were announced as presenters earlier this week. Don Mischer, executive producer of this year's Emmy Awards, also announced the following people as presenters on Friday. These are reportedly the final names that will be unveiled ahead of the ceremony. Five-time Emmy nominee Scott Ba »
Seth Meyers has taken on Washington's elite as emcee of the White House Correspondents' dinner and the titans of sports as host of the Espy Awards. On Aug. 25, the Saturday Night Live veteran turned NBC Late Night host will get a shot at Hollywood as host of the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards. As the telecast nears — happening on a rare Monday to avoid preseason football on this year's host network, NBC — the only thing rattling Meyers, 40, is the possibility of the show running long. "I'm an incredibly punctual person," he says with a chuckle. While mum
- Lacey Rose
With Captain America: The Winter Soldier, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, X-Men: Days of Future Past and Guardians of the Galaxy all out, the live-action superhero season is over for another year, but we do have one more Marvel movie coming this year in Disney’s animated feature Big Hero 6, and thanks to Stitch Kingdom we’ve got a new image from the film, which you can check out here…
With all the heart and humor audiences expect from Walt Disney Animation Studios, “Big Hero 6” is an action-packed comedy-adventure about robotics prodigy Hiro Hamada, who learns to harness his genius—thanks to his brilliant brother Tadashi and their like-minded friends: adrenaline junkie Go Go Tamago, neatnik Wasabi, chemistry whiz Honey Lemon and fanboy Fred. When a devastating turn of events catapults them into the midst of a dangerous plot unfolding in the streets of San Fransokyo, Hiro turns to his »
- Gary Collinson
Remember last year's Emmys, when "Nurse Jackie" co-star Merritt Wever won a stunning upset victory in the supporting actress category and delivered a flustered but delightfully human speech that lasted about 12 seconds? That's the sort of moment that Emmy viewers pray for, when spontaneity and real emotion break through the otherwise canned, tightly scripted ritual of a televised awards ceremony.
Turns out Emmycast producer Don Mischer prays for such moments as well. As he said in a recent Variety interview, such surprises drive Twitter traffic, which in turn drives viewership.
Of course, the problem with depending on such moments is that you can't plan them. All you can do is make room for them to happen. For the rest of the August 25 show, however, here's what you can expect to see, courtesy of Mischer and Emmy emcee Seth Meyers.
Gentle jabs. Meyers will open the show with a monologue in »
- Gary Susman
The Emmy Awards aren’t till Monday, Aug. 25, but the celebrations start early. Variety will be on hand inside the best parties around Hollywood as the stars mingle, nosh and toast to TV’s finest. Here’s our party report for Thursday, Aug. 21:
7:15 p.m. Ty Burrell is the first one on the carpet at Audi’s pre-Emmys party at Cecconi’s in West Hollywood, in jeans and a sport coat. Classic look. Hands in his pocket, top two buttons unbuttoned, showing a little chest.
7:21 p.m. Joe Morton hits the carpet wearing a B613 baseball cap, a reference to his role in “Scandal” as the (former) head of the covert government program and candidate for world’s worst dad. Morton also sports the Lorne Michaels »
- Kevin Noonan and Whitney Friedlander
Fay and Harris have been tweeting photos from the set.
Best cast a boy could ask for! Rt @RitaWilson: @bibbymoynihan @RachaelEHarris @davidwain Man, this is No fun at all. http://t.co/gm9VkXpU7U—
Cameron Fay (@Cameron_Fay) August 20, 2014
Oh good times with the couples! #swinging @ritawilson #billpullman @davidwain #brotherinlaws http://t.co/BzPxFqrHqj—
Rachael Harris (@RachaelEHarris) August 19, 2014
Villines and Rodriguez have directed and edited comedy shorts for Funny or Die, »
- Dave McNary
Earlier in the week we got our first look at Joaquin Phoenix (The Master) and Josh Brolin (Oldboy) in Paul Thomas Anderon’s next film Inherent Vice, and now we have a new image of Phoenix as private investigator Larry “Doc” Sportello…
Based on Thomas Pynchon’s book, Inherent Vice sees Phoenix investigating the disappearance of an old flame’s boyfriend. Also featuring in the cast are Owen Wilson (The Internship), Katherine Waterston (The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby), Reese Witherspoon (Walk the Line), Benicio Del Toro (Guardians of the Galaxy), Jena Malone (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), Eric Roberts (The Dark Knight), Martin Short (Damages), Jeannie Berlin (The Heartbreak Kid), Maya Rudolph (Saturday Night Live) and Michael K. Williams (Boardwalk Empire).
Inherent Vice is set to premiere at the New York Film Festival in October ahead of a U.S. release on January 9th 2015 and a UK release on January »
- Gary Collinson
The streak is over!
After 10 consecutive Emmy wins for Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Series, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart finally got upended in 2013 by its Comedy Central cohort The Colbert Report (which took home the statuette on its eighth attempt).
Related Emmys: Who Should Win Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie?
While 2014 could certainly provide Emmy obsessives with another Stewart-Vs.-Colbert showdown, there are two other veterans in the race hoping to break on through to the podium: Jimmy Kimmel Live (in the race for the third straight year) and Real Time with Bill Maher (now on »
Seth Meyers usually plays host to a TV star or two each night on NBC’s Late Night with Seth Meyers. But on Monday, he’ll play host to hundreds of them—and all of tube-obsessed America—as he emcees the small screen’s biggest night: The Emmys, which air on NBC at 8 p.m. Et/5 p.m. Pt.
On a scale of one to 10, how pants-wetting nervous will Meyers be when he walks out on stage at the Nokia Theatre? “Oh, I think I‘ll be high 9s. But I’m happy it’s the same physical space as the ESPYs, »
- Dan Snierson
The 66th Emmy Awards are next Monday and all this week Vulture has been breaking down the major categories. Forget trying to predict who will win, and let’s focus on the question that matters: Who should to win? Here are our picks in the comedy, drama, and miniseries/movie races. Last up: the variety and reality competition. Most of the interesting awards for these shows were already given out at the Creative Arts Emmys, but these two will be in Monday's prime-time ceremony. Outstanding variety series Jimmy Kimmel Live Real Time with Bill Maher Saturday Night Live The Colbert Report The Daily Show with Jon Stewart The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Let's put aside that Key and Peele is our actual pick for outstanding variety series. (It was at least nominated for writing and in several technical categories. Next year, voters!) The Colbert Report, which finally dethroned The Daily Show last year, »
- Margaret Lyons,Denise Martin
Who here remembers Jack Handey? You know, the surrealist comic best known for his one-liner jokes meant to make you laugh and then think and then make you pass the bong, man. For 7 years, his New Age "Deep Thoughts" were the filler between SNL sketches, forever searing them into our collective consciousness. Well if SNL wants to resurrect the bit, Nick Offerman and the subreddit /ShowerThoughts are ready! Cherry picking some of the best one-liners, Offerman offers (zing!) his voice up to give these stray ruminations the gravitas they deserve. »
- Donna Dickens
Drew Barrymore's daughter is a fan of Tina Fey!The "Blended" star took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a sweet snapshot of little Olive reading the "SNL" alum's book, "Bossypants."Drew Barrymore Dishes About Baby Girl Frankie: "I'm So Blessed" "One of my favorite girls reading one of my favorite books written by one of my favorite women! #tinafeyrules #summerreading," the proud mom captioned with the cute candid.In the pic, the tiny tot is flipping through the book as she sits in a chair on the beach. How cute is her floral swimsuit!? While pregnant with her second daughter, 5-month-old Frankie, Barrymore said she spent a lot of time reading to Olive to prepare her to be a big sister.Drew Barrymore Shows Off Fresh Face in New Instagram Pic"I read her a lot of books. She loves books! That's her favorite thing in the world, »
- tooFab Staff
On "Saturday Night Live" there's a recurring bit on "Weekend Update" called "Get in the Cage," where Andy Samberg, fitted with a weird bald-cap/wig combo, defines what makes a truly great Nic Cage movie ("All the dialogue is either whispered or screamed") before attacking a celebrity guest (like, say, Bradley Cooper) for being in a ridiculous movie that he, unfathomably, is not a part of ("How am I not in that movie?")
This will probably be your immediate thought when watching the trailer for "Outcast," the newest Nic Cage movie that no one knew existed.
It has something to do with soldiers from... somewhere (we're not really sure, given Cage's nebulous accent), who have recently come back from the Crusades and are embroiled in some kind of assassination attempt in Imperial China. Or something. Honestly, nothing is quite clear. At one point Cage screams, "That throne is... my... Birthright! »
- Drew Taylor
If youve been watching BBC3s Cuckoo, youll have noticed that series two isnt quite as good as series one. This is mainly down to personnel change. When it first arrived on our screens in 2012, Cuckoo was a showcase for Andy Samberg, the dazzling breakout Saturday Night Live star who was responsible for all those Lonely Island videos and the Mark Wahlberg Talks to Animals sketch. Samberg was a star on the rise when he made Cuckoo, a fact demonstrated by the Golden Globe he won earlier this year.
Now, however, Samberg has been replaced by Taylor Lautner. To put it as politely as possible, Lautner has a vastly different skillset to Samberg. Sure, he has also won awards, but those »
- Stuart Heritage
iZombie is once again reshuffling its cast.
The good news for Hagan — whose recent TV credits also include Longmire, Switched at Birth and the TV movie Petals on the Wind — comes at the expense of Nora Dunn (SNL, Entourage), who played Eva in the original iZombie pilot.
Related The CW’s Fall Schedule Opens in Early October, The Flash Gets Big Boost
The CW’s comic book-based drama recently recast the role of Liv’s Bff Peyton, bringing »
The fabulous "SNL" oral history "Live from New York," which was first published in 2002, is getting a 200-page update with plenty of inside scoops about Sarah Palin, Hillary Clinton, and the origins of Bill Hader's Eliot Spitzer impression. We can't wait for the new edition, and we hope we learn the answers to these 11 questions about the show's run from 2002 up until the present. 1. Did anyone else fear that Ashlee Simpson would flub on TV? How often do performers lip-sync? Lip-syncing on TV is no scandal, but it's rare that you see "SNL" artists attempt it. When Ashlee Simpson's "wrong tape" debacle foreshadowed by anyone in the studio? I remember watching her MTV docuseries where she seemed pretty sick before the performance. 2. How terrible was it dealing with Paris Hilton during her hosting stint? Tina Fey claimed on Howard Stern's show that Paris Hilton was a nightmare. »
- Louis Virtel
An adorable Miss Smarty-Pants has been spotted reading Tina Fey's Bossypants. Drew Barrymore's daughter Olive Barrymore Kopelman may be only turning 2 on her upcoming birthday, but she apparently comprehends snarky memoirs. In a sweet snapshot the Blended star shared on Instagram, her brilliant tot is not merely posing beachside for a cute photo op. The wunderkind's intent gaze implies she's grasping the former SNL alum's witty anecdotes featured in chapters like "Peeing in Jars With Boys" and "All Girls Must be Everything," with ease. "One of my favorite girls reading one of my favorite books written by one of my favorite women! #tinafeyrules »
Chicago – There might not be a more unusual movie this year than “Land Ho!” The film follows two “golden boys,” sixtysomethings Mitch (Earl Lynn Nelson) and Colin (Paul Eenhoorn), as they take an Odd Couple-type trip to Iceland. Writer/director Aaron Katz (“Dance Party, USA”) breaks that ice between the two men.
Katz had both a co-director and co-writer on the film, Martha Stephens, and the one-of-a-kind line readings from lead actor Earl Lynn Nelson (“That’s me, baby!”). Nelson is a retired surgeon, as he is in the film, and he steals the show as a profane, pot-smoking senior who is looking for adventure, and takes Paul Eenhoorn’s Colin along for the ride. What is unique about this situation, beyond Nelson, is the vast and awe-inducing setting of Iceland, and the very human story of two disparate gentleman trying to figure out one of the more confusing times of life. »
- email@example.com (Adam Fendelman)
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