While I realize that movie and television stars are people who get nervous speaking in public just like many of us, they had weeks between the nominations and the awards to get their presentations together.
I sat down with one of the stars of the film, Terry Crews to discuss his role in the new animated film, which if you don't mind my saying so, is not a bad job if you can get it.
This Friday, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 -- an animated sequel to the 2009 animated film of the same name (sans the "2") -- will be playing at a movie theater somewhere near your home. Does the film live up to its predecessor?
"Brooklyn Nine-Nine" has a genial, pleasing loopiness and very solid work from an intelligently assembled cast.
If you were to watch all 56 of them -- just their pilots -- do you know how many hours of your life you'd lose? No? Do you want to know?
Revelers and roasters hit the Red Carpet for The Comedy Central Roast of James Franco with spunk and fervor recently and their target was clear: To poke fun at the eclectic Oscar nominee/filmmaker/artist/Yale student/teacher/esoteric, creative beast.
We've seen Lorne Michaels pull off miracles to save the show in the past. No miracles will be needed this season. "SNL" is in good shape -- great shape, even. This might be the best core group of young talent the show has had, all at once in, well, 18 years.
"Consistently hilarious" is a great way to describe The To Do List, which provides more delight with its shoestring $1.5 million budget than many studio tentpoles did with soaring nine-digit price tags.
During his final show, Jason Sudeikis starred in zero sketches then gave us two months of silence. This, apparently, is the way he wanted it -- and as we saw during his tenure on "SNL," Sudeikis had the tendency to do what he wanted.
The writers and stars of Comedy Central's hilarious Workaholics -- Blake Anderson, Adam DeVine and Anders Holm -- try out different varieties of delicious, mouth-watering baby food while wearing bibs and blindfolds.
Each Monday on Channel Surfing, What's Trending quickly flips through the best of what's happening around YouTube and serves it up for your viewing pleasure.
Soon the 2012 Olympics will end, and the games of life as we know it will continue. Here are five things I love right now that may help fill up all of our lives in between the Closing Ceremonies and the raging amusement parks of the Conventions.
Both are about intense relationships between young adults that end -- and yet go on. Both are stories of love that has grown one-sided. And both ache with the unavoidable self-pity that goes along with that kind of situation -- while finding the laughs in that same circumstance.
In certain circles they are known simply as YouTubers -- the cyber celebs who know how to go viral. There are a number of big YouTube stars that may not be household names yet, but have audiences larger than Jay Leno or David Letterman.
Last week, Sony previewed some early footage of their new 3D animated feature, Hotel Transylvania. (Though, the footage we saw was not in 3D.) Slat...
In other words: It makes no sense to try to break down the specific plot points of either film. But, strangely, a major plot point of That's My Boy did get me to pondering one question: If you were named Han Solo, would you change it? Sadly, I've put way too much thought into this over the weekend and the answer is complicated.