Fans of eye-gouging and “nyuk-nyuk-nyuk” are eagerly awaiting the ‘Three Stooges’ film from The Farrelly Brothers. Until the trailer hits the web, we’ll have to be content with the first official photo featuring Will Sasso as Curly, Chris Diamantopolous as Moe and Sean Hayes as Larry.
‘The Lorax’ is about a young boy who lives in a world without trees. From the first trailer below, it looks like several things from the book have been changed to update the story. Didn’t Hollywood learn from ‘Horton Hears a Who’? Never mess with Seuss.
When it comes to the box office, the number one actor of all-time is none other than Samuel L. Jackson. And this isn’t just a guesstimate, it’s an actual record recognized by The Guinness Book of World Records. Jackson’s movies have made $7.2 billion.
A lot of famous funny people have received the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, and this year Will Ferrell took home the award. The actor joins the ranks of Richard Pryor, Whoopi Goldberg and Tina Fey, who have all been honored with the award since its inception in 1998.
Of course, because it’s Will Ferrell, the ceremony couldn’t go off without something happening.
Michael Jackson is one of those celebrities that earned a lot of money during his lifetime and keeps racking it in well after. Just because a celebrity dies it doesn’t mean that their work or the fan interest goes away.
Every year around Halloween, Forbes reveals their list of the Top-Earning Dead Celebrities over the past year (October 2010 to October 2011), and Jackson is clearly tops.
Still don’t have a costume for Halloween? You might want to hurry since the big day is less than a week away.
To help out a little, TV.com has a bunch of ideas for costumes inspired by TV characters. Some are kinda lame (going as Barney from ‘How I Met Your Mother’ means you’re basically just a dude in a nice suit), but there are some you could have fun with. In addition to ‘The Walking Dead’ (above), here are the five best we found from the list.
The backstage goings-on at ‘Saturday Night Live’ are legendary, and Darrell Hammond, who spent 14 years on the show performing impersonations of Bill Clinton and Donald Trump, is no stranger to them. His new book titled ‘God, If You’re Not Up There, I’m F*cked,’ details his years of drug use and other behavior some fans might be surprised to hear about.
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