You love the fixins? I love the fixins.
That’s right: there was an Atari game inspired by “Porky’s.” So now you know.
Here’s the stuff to watch to avoid your family.
Seth Rogen, actor and Jew, was the subject of this year’s Funny or Die Turkey Day cartoon.
Manages to score worse with audiences than the Sarah Palin documentary, which still holds a 0% with critics.
Simply put, it’s a video of Kris Kringle, breaking off a few yule logs in a stranger’s home while three red-headed sisters watch and make even better (worse?) shit puns for nearly three minutes.
It looks kind of… well… cheesy. But you know what? Who cares.
On Sunday, we got a first look at “Hateful” rehearsals, courtesy of Jackson’s Twitter account.
So many steps! Too damn many, to bother with, apparently.
Is there anything these iconic butt cheeks of the new millennium cannot do?
With its 30th anniversary fast approaching, the legacy of “Back to the Future” remains intact and unperturbed. Special screenings featuring live orchestras and 15 minutes of new music from composer Alan Silvestri were announced for the coming milestone. All seemed right in the world, almost as if things couldn’t possibly get any better. This changed on Wednesday when the organization […]
Norton: “I’ve never enjoyed that kind of attention from a man as much as I did [with Keaton].”
The move follows Netflix indefinitely postponing its planned comedy special “Bill Cosby 77,” which was scheduled to air November 28.
Seven very NSFW minutes of Silverman and Rogen flinging virtual boogers at action movie cliches, but there’s also a message.
Behold, the glorious Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” rump that will truly break the internet once and for all. MUAHAHAHAHA.