Why does he wake up at 2:30 AM? Why does he snack so much? Why spend 90 minutes in the shower? There was only one way to find out.
We're sorry, Blake, but we're stealing your husband.
Last night, Jack Black stopped by the "The Tonight Show" to plug his upcoming movie. That doesn't mean he didn't have the time to channel his Tenacious D and get a little weird with it.
The two are extremely good at performing their happy relationship online. Why do they do it?
It doesn't matter if it's bird, bug or fowl, Kevin Hart wants nothing to do with it.
The man who helped revolutionize TV comedy with SNL in the ’70s is a tangle of contradictions.
One of the few things that could raise anger — real, intense anger — in Mister Rogers was the willful misleading of children. Superheroes, he thought, were the worst culprits.
Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pine and Chris Pratt are cumulatively worth $150 million, according to your Google results. Are they really?
The famous are saying less (if anything at all), granting interviews to their friends and sharing on social media. What’s being lost? Almost everything.
No matter the subject — the origin of her name, how she got cast on "Parks and Rec" or her favorite Halloween costume — Plaza is one of the most compelling talkers we know.
When he's not busy stealing the Declaration of Independence, Nicolas Cage is an actor. Who knew?
More and more NBA players are turning their workouts (and summer highlight reels) over to private skill trainers. With the help of social media, some trainers are using the exposure to become entrepreneurs, newsmakers and even celebrities in their own right.
Lenny Kravitz made a career out of destroying covers of classic hit songs, so he's basically the worst possible person to pit yourself against in a game of musical charades, but we'll let Jimmy Fallon and Reese Witherspoon figure that out for themselves.
Aquaphor, a Pentax K-1000, an inhaler, and more, from one of the stars of Netflix’s American Vandal
It's a new day, but it all feels old.
Unsuspecting New Yorkers grin and bear it while two mustachioed men lip sync and dance in their faces to "What Do You Mean?"
The actress and comedian can move up and down the scales of race, age, and gender with hilarious ease — a talent that grew from finding her place in a world where no one looked like her.
The actress on her new films, the lies women are told and the two kinds of people in the world.
Apparently, as an artist and a movie star, she owes it to the world to let us know where she is at all times.
With guests John Goodman and Drew Barrymore.
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