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Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, and Jennifer Lawrence crash the Haymitch depicter's monologue to help mock his hazy memory of the year 1989.
The 'True Detective' actor proposes a game that resembles his movie 'The Hunger Games' on the NBC sketch series and soon Aidy Bryant claims a victim.
The 'True Detective' star will host 'Saturday Night Live' on November 15, just in time to promote his movie 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1'.
'I'm going to try to go as far as possible... I'll try to take it over the top,' Woody says of how he will portray drunkard Haymitch in the 'Hunger Games' sequel.
The video also features Antonique Smith as Rozay's leading lady and another sexy girl who bares her breasts while making a splash in the swimming pool.
The dark comedy follows an aspiring writer who is dragged into trouble after his friends kidnap a puppy from a psychopathic gangster.
The two Hollywood actors have given up dairy and animal products for years now, for two different reasons.
Joined by Jesse Eisenberg, Harrelson and Fisher continue the principal photography in the Sin City after previously wrapping most of their scenes in New York.
Some leaked photos from the production of the Ridley Scott film offer a look at the early work on head design for the alien that will appear in the highly anticipated sci-fi thriller.
The Kerry Washington-starring series will debut on April 5, while another newbie 'Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23' will start airing on April 11.
At the last minute before the official lineup was announced, Ozzy Osbourne and his bandmates reportedly decided to scrap their headlining bill.
Harrelson says that he doesn't want his portrayal of Haymitch to slip into 'Barfly' cliches, so he presents the fan-favorite character as a 'snazzy dresser, or at least a dresser with his own style.'
The 'Cheers' star has clinched the win for his the Rest of the World team during Robbie Williams' charity soccer game on June 6 as he successfully scored a goal in a penalty shoot-out.
The vegan actor and his wife are appealing to Congress to support HR 4870 that will allow children to have non-dairy beverages and vegetarian food.
The 2006 case where the actor is accused of choking former TMZ photographer is dismissed through an undisclosed settlement.