With Alden Ehrenreich about to take on the Solo mantle (with Ford's much-publicized blessing), perhaps now the Indy versus Han matter is finally settled for Ford. Question is, why did he pick a favorite in the first place?
Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan has perfected the art of maintaining mystique — in an age and at an age that usually complicates things.
Jimmy Kimmel has become the unofficial prank master of late night TV, but once a year his wife and his show crew like to turn things around on him.
Quinto and Colbert are both pretty smart guys, so when they nerd out about their different theories on intelligent life outside our solar system, it's fun to listen.
You watch John Mulaney in his new Netflix special, it's hard not to think he was made in some lab to do stand-up. But it wasn't always that way.
The conduct policy that removed him from company playlists has not affected his streams.
The anonymous co-host of "Pardon My Take," the most popular sports podcast in the country, has a loyal following of fans who are desperate to laugh, in a sports world that seems to grow ever more serious.
"I'm literally doing a job that is the silliest job other than dressing up like a clown. Why would you put any weight to anything I'm saying?"
GQ goes behind the scenes with the resident genius of "SNL" to see the sketch-comedy master in her element.
The Emmy-winning actress's strong debut has New York Governor Andrew Cuomo scrambling to the left in a heated primary. But can Democratic voters trust a celebrity candidate in the age of Trump?
Once a wildly popular comedian, Myers has faded entirely into the margins, seemingly by choice.
Oh, do the Brits love their regalia and pomp.
"Wait, so you're telling me that the Beatles are hula hooping behind me right now... and they're in the snow?"
Ryan Reynolds and Josh Brolin are such beautiful bastards that there was really never any hope for James Corden.
In her whisper-quiet way, she articulated the grandeur of her artistic dreams. Her confidence, deep and steely strong, was wrapped in a remarkable sweetness.
We are so very happy for these two.
The magazine's "Comedy Issue" features interviews from comedy icons like St— wait, what? Is there something wrong? An extra hand? Huh?
We're not sure why this "demonstration" was necessary, but it did make Kimmel's dreams come true.
And the celebrities keep coming. This short features: Brooke Shields, Jason Segel, Kathryn Hahn, Michael Shannon, Hugh Laurie, John Oliver, David Tennant, Willem Dafoe and Whoopi Goldberg.
England's hardest-working actress finally gets her star moment in America, playing Mary Tyrone in "Long Day's Journey Into Night."
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