News 1 - 15 of 39
The movie about the reunion of childhood friends is directed and written by 'Mad Men' creator Matthew Weiner.
The U.S. president sat down for a painful interview with the world's worst talk show host to promote Affordable Care Act.
The 'Hangover' actor creates and will star on the C.K.-co-written comedy, while Michael Cera and John Hawkes are cast in FX's other comedy pilot from Charlie Kaufman.
'You're too young to be smoking pot and pee peeing in buckets and driving up and down the highway fast,' the 'Hangover' actor says before unbuckling his belt.
Galifianakis is aided by real 'Game of Thrones' star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau in the spoof of the drama series, and is beaten by Bradley Cooper and Ed Helms in a Jennifer Aniston look-alike contest.
Cooper's Phill Wenneck and Galifianakis' Alan Garner get into a small fight because of an e-mail from Ken Jeong's Leslie Chow in the first clip for Todd Phillips' film.
The Marty Huggins and the Cam Brady of 'The Campaign' draw crowd in Seattle while taking coffee orders at Local Color Cafe as a part of their fake political tour to promote their movie.
Stating that she never gives up on fairytale of marriage, the 'Dance Again' songstress claims, 'I know that I deserve that.'
Instead of taking a long rest, the 'Pulp Fiction' actress is pictured carrying her newly born daughter as she orders pressed juices at Press and Blend in upstate New York.
Hinting that it will be 'apocalyptic,' the sneak-peek video shows Anson Mount's alter ego in a number of fighting scenes.
Launching their fake political campaign at The Grove, Ferrell and Galifianakis are also scheduled to continue their 'The Whistle Stop' tour in nine other big cities.
For the invitations, the Alan Garner of 'Hangover' movie series 'made sure he looked like a little troll, while Quinn is a stunning tall blonde princess.'
In the not-yet-titled song, the tennis star talked about how rich and awesome she is both on and off court.
After their plane crashed, Derek is missing, Arizona is hurt, Lexie is trapped and Meredith gets panicked.
Ferrell's Cam Bardy is presented as a flawless politician who wins public's heart before Galifianakis' Marty Huggins appears as a threatening rival during a congressional election.