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The 'Hangover' actor will play detective Frank Drebin in the fourth installment of 'The Naked Gun' franchise.
The web giant will launch new comedies and lifestyle shows, and announces a partnership with the WWE.
Previously submitting as lead actress in a drama, the 'Mad Men' beauty moves to supporting category, while 'The Office' star switches from supporting to lead actor in comedy category.
Craig Silverstein reveals that the show will start seeing the demise of its characters, and even the series regulars are not safe.
The sneak-peek video highlights Segel's titular character who tries to find the meaning of life as he helps his brother Helm's Pat, whose wife is cheating with another man.
Wearing a draped fuchsia dress, Stacy Ferguson of the Black Eyed Peas visits Madame Tussauds Wax Museum at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas to unveil her doppelganger.
After he is appointed as the new manager of Scranton branch, Andy Bernard is 'feeling a hell of a lot of pressure and anxiety.'
Warner Bros. Pictures and S. Victor Whitmill, a tattoo artist who sued the studio over the facial art, have put their dispute to an end on Friday during an all-day mediation in St. Louis.
The lead actors' gorgeous looks, however, are overshadowed by Crystal the monkey's actions as she jumps here and there on the black carpet.
Being one of the Top 3 contestants on 'American Idol', the 16-year-old has got a chance to make homecoming tour over the weekend and meet with tornado victims.
Despite the technical glitch in the beginning of her performance, the singer managed to keep her crowd pumped out.
Helms' turn as the show's host was made merry with unannounced guests in two skits including live-action version of the Ambiguously Gay Duo.
Funnyman Ed Helms lived on peanut butter and jelly sandwiches while shooting 'The Hangover' sequel in Bangkok, Thailand after falling ill with food poisoning as shooting started.
Together with 'SNL' regular Fred Armisen, the 'Office' actor also unsuccessfully tries to complete a simple high five.
Asked about the possibility of another sequel to the popular comedy, the cast said director Todd Phillips would not let that happen.