News 1 - 15 of 35
The former Governator and the two comedians promote the Internet event, in which big names in comedy, such as Vince Vaughn, Ben Stiller and Rainn Wilson, are set to participate.
A representative for the 'Saturday Night Live' alum confirms that the comedian is engaged to his longtime girlfriend, singer-songwriter Joanna Newsom.
The 'Brokeback Mountain' actor, who left the U.S. following his arrest in 2010, has now appealed to federal court after the Canadian government refused his request.
Jerry Seinfeld also takes part in Levine's monologue which spoofs 'The Voice' for the January 26 episode hosted by the Maroon 5 frontman.
The 'Saturday Night Live' alum plays a New Age-y slacker who marries a British girl during her one-year trip before she goes to college.
The first movie's cast Bill Hader, Anna Faris, Neil Patrick Harris and others will return for 'Cloudy 2: Revenge of the Leftovers'.
The actor, who recently exited NBC's 'Saturday Night Live', will play a New Age-y slacker who is described as 'every parent's worst nightmare' on the British comedy series.
Admitting that 'it's an incredibly emotional and strange moment' in his life, the Quincy of 'Friends with Benefits' claims his exit from the variety show is 'not a huge shock.'
The 'Friends with Benefits' actor raps, 'And that's how I'ma finish it,' in the sequel to the viral hip-hop hit that made him a breakout star on the NBC variety show back in 2005.
Those who claim to have seen it said that the 41-year-old model gave himself a pleasure during a video chat with female model.
An all-star video was made to celebrate the milestone, featuring also cameos by Jon Hamm, Michael Bolton, Will Ferrell and Usher.
The 'We Found Love' hitmaker and Eli Manning, who will host the May 5 episode of the variety series, claim they are not nervous about performing live in ridiculous outfits.
The 'Twilight Saga' heartthrob chops off his shaggy locks months after rocking a patchy haircut for his lead role in David Cronenberg-directed 'Cosmopolis'.
In another skit, the British actor impresses the 'Saturday Night Live' regular when saying, 'Chill broseph, I like Mountain Dew and big butts!' in an American accent.
Set to make cameo on the NBC comedy, Stone, Samberg and Cannon will appear in 'Martin Luther King Day', which is described as 'a movie from the producers of 'Valentine's Day' and 'New Year's Eve'.'