"Neighbors" grosses $184 million worldwide
Rob Riggle's Top Gun 2 Audition Tape
Seth Rogen & James Franco - "Bound 2" Kanye West Parody
Official "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues" Trailer
Ron Burgundy starts moonlighting as Dodge salesman
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Marc Maron’s Moment to Shine
Teaser poster and trailer for Seth Rogen's and Evan Goldberg's "The Interview"
In the action-comedy The Interview, Dave Skylark (James Franco) and his producer Aaron Rapoport (Seth Rogen) run the popular celebrity tabloid TV show “Skylark Tonight.” When they discover that North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is a fan of the show, they land an interview with him in an attempt to legitimize themselves as journalists. As Dave and Aaron prepare to travel to Pyongyang, their plans change when the CIA recruits them, perhaps the two least-qualified men imaginable, to assassinate Kim Jong-un.
Marc Maron Celebrates the Big 5-Oh-Oh (As In 500 WTF Podcasts)
Haley Joel Osment is "The Liarist"
Will Ferrell named GQ's Man of The Year
Sacha Baron Cohen pranks BAFTA LA Britannia Awards
Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant on 11 Classic Reno 911! Scenes
10 rowdy higlights from Danny McBride and Jody Hill's 'Eastbound & Down' Reddit AMA
Ben and Jerry's Ron Burgundy Scotchy Scotch Scotch ice cream has arrived
If you're a Scotch lover, it's unnatural to want that drink mixed with other flavors. If you're "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy" star Ron Burgundy (played by Will Ferrell)
EMMYS: ‘Veep’ Actor Tony Hale Stunned by First Win
In the race for supporting actor in a comedy series, “Veep’s” Tony Hale ran as a dark horse against thesps including “Modern Family’s” Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Ty Burrell and “Girls’” Adam Driver.
Bill Hader Comes To An Untimely Death?
When "After Hours" host Josh Horowitz accidentally kills Bill Hader, his ghost is out for vengeance.
Kenny Powers is F*CKING OUT
On the set of Eastbound & Down on the eve of its final season
Sacha Baron Cohen Lands BAFTA/LA Comedy Honor
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg Reddit AMA
Bill Hader on life after 'SNL'
10 Essentials: John Hodgman
In celebration of his new, apocalypse-themed Netflix special, the humorist and Daily Show contributor lists the 10 things he'd need to ride out the end of the world
Lt. Col. Rob Riggle Is Not Your Typical Comedian
War is no joke, but Rob Riggle was not about to let 23 years of Marine Corp service stand between him and a career as a comedian and actor.
The Doobie Brothers: Lighting Up With the Stars of 'This Is the End'
One is a spacey teetotaler, one's a serious actor, one's a new dad who's trying to party less and one of them stole our weed!
'Anchorman' Newseum Exhibit To Open Nov. 14: Includes Ron Burgundy's Jazz Flute
Nerdist Podcast: Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg sit down with the Nerdist guys to talk about pastimes of Canadian Jews, their writing process, and the new movie This Is The End! See This Is The End in theaters June 12th!
Tony Hale: 'Buster Lives in a State of Complete Fear'
Rolling Stone spoke to Hale about bringing Buster Bluth back to life and why the kid is still terrified of everything.
Awkward Family Photos with Danny McBride
Ever look back at your old family photos and wonder, what the heck was I thinking? Well, no matter how outrageous your photos are, they can't compete with these shots of the awkwardest family of them all
Steve Carell in the Hollywood Reporter
Steve Carell's big break came when he landed a correspondent's gig on The Daily Show With Jon Stewart. But in a new cover story in this week's Hollywood Reporter, the funnyman now admits that he thought the show could be needlessly mean.
Will Ferrell: Seriously Funny
39 things you don't know about the impossibly handsome star of Stranger Than Fiction and Talladega Nights. PLUS: Photos you'll see only on GQ.com
The Other Guys - Entertainment Weekly
The reason somebody gets to be a big-screen comedy star would appear to be fairly basic: He makes a lot of people laugh. But comedy is a funny business. Even when it's silly and bent, a blast of pure popcorn goofiness, it doesn't have to be just silly; it can express something quirky and resonant about the comedian in question — and, by extension, about us.