“Step 1: hide that book.”
On the heels of Wednesday’s news that Sony will be canceling the theatrical release of “The Interview” entirely, the Alamo Drafthouse, has decided to fart in North Korea’s general direction.
If you’ve done something so shitty that Slate and Romney are united in condemning it, you know it’s bad.
It’s probably the closest you’ll ever get to destroying a priceless work of art.
“How did someone like you [a chick] get into whiskey?”
Amstel Television 5 in the Netherlands conducted a local story on a music meet-up at which one attendee clearly had more enthusiasm than the rest.
We’re losing the 1989 Tim Burton “Batman” in exchange for the Joel Schumacher fiasco “Batman & Robin.” That’s just messed up.
Goonies. Never. Say. Die.
2014 marks the 15th anniversary of the premiere of “The Sopranos.”
“It’s a crazy time, Dave,” Rock said. “Do you realize that even pro-wrestling has outlawed the chokehold? So the WWE has better standings than the NYPD. You can’t just choke The Rock.”
Apatow wrote a misguided tweet about the trove of hacked Sony emails circling the web.
“I think he’s gonna do great,” Kato Kaelin said. “[Simpson] had an arrogance to him … a lot like Cuba’s character in ‘Jerry Maguire.’”
On Wednesday, “South Park” aired its “Washington Redskins Go F*ck Yourself Holiday Special.” And, as its preview teaser hinted, Cosby attempted to rape Swift in the December 10 episode.
“She once said she didn’t find her comedic voice until she was 70,” Silverman said. “I love that. The only thing that was going to stop Joan Rivers was Death. Touche, Death, and f*ck you very much.”
“We don’t have a script yet,” said Hannah Minghella, president of production at Sony’s Columbia Pictures, “so we’ll be green-lighting the movie off the concept and the talent involved.”