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Will Ferrell, Steve Carell, David Koechner and musical guest One Direction join host Rudd in his monologue, while Wiig and Fred Armisen return in 'Sound of Music Live!' spoof.
Cast members Ferrell, Steve Carell, Paul Rudd, Kristen Dunst and her actor boyfriend Garrett Hedlund are among the stars hitting the red carpet in Sydney, Australia.
The network picks up eight episodes of the unscripted comedy that will feature celebrities in a series of showdowns, testing mind and body.
The 'Office' comedian plays a paranoia coach whose obsession to create a dream team takes a disturbing turn with him killing his longtime friend.
The 'Despicable Me' star undergoes amazing makeovers for the role of real-life John du Pont, who killed Olympic wrestler Dave Schultz.
Miranda Cosgrove, Ken Jeong, Kristen Wiig and Benjamin Bratt also supported their latest movie at the Universal City Walk on June 22.
The 'Diamonds' singer's seventh studio album sells more than 1,000,000 copies in its 27th week at Billboards 200.
The actor dresses as the character he voices in the Universal Pictures animated comedy when stopping by 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'.
In addition to Michael Bay's 'The Last Ship' and Frank Darabont's 'Lost Angels' which are slated to premiere in 2014, TNT is developing several other potential new series.
The son of actor Arnold Schwarzenegger allegedly enters The Sayers Club using fake ID and throws ice cubes to the club's DJ because he asks him not to bump into his equipment.
The studio is being sued by two 'G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra' scribes David Elliot and Paul Lovett for copyright infringement.
The Michael Scott depicter is said to return for a cameo rather than a full-fledged guest appearance in the NBC series' farewell song.
The 'She's the Man' star slams every news that says her parents talk to reporters on her behalf, because she no longer speaks to her parents.
Carell portrays Trent, who often picks on his girlfriend's introverted son Duncan, calling him 'a 3' out of 10.
The 'Incredible Burt Wonderstone' stars will reunite in the TV movie based on a real-life story about feuding paleontologists.