YouTube is about to get a whole lot funnier with the launch of Sarah Silverman and Michael Cera’s new comedy channel, JASH. The comic actors announced their latest venture, along with fellow funnymen Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim and Reggie Watts, at an SXSW party on Sunday, according to Deadline.com.
Actor Matt Damon finally exacted revenge on Jimmy Kimmel, after being “bumped” from his late-night show for the past 10 years. The Oscar winner kidnapped the host, duct-taped him to a chair and made him watch as he brought a bunch of famous friends, including Ben Affleck, Demi Moore, and Kimmel’s ex, Sarah Silverman, to toy with the funnyman. Nicole Kidman even gave Jimmy a lap dance!
Damon deftly took over hosting duties, but he had a lot of help along the way. During his opening monologue he joked, “This is like the time I lost my virginity, except this is going to last way longer than one second,” before handing the task over to Robin Williams. Sheryl Crowe backed up the “Promised Land” actor as guest band leader for the night.
Disney's new animated film "Wreck-It Ralph" took the box office this weekend with a $49.1 mil debut, followed by Denzel Washington's "Flight" with $25 mil.
The stars couldn’t get enough of President Obama and Mitt Romney Wednesday night during the debate, taking to Twitter to share their critiques.While celebs like Sarah Silverman had a little fun at the candidates’ expense, others such as Lady Gaga took the debate more seriously.
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“Extra” hung out with the cool kids at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival.
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Actress Megan Fox is set to make her Broadway debut in November, playing a role in the "24 Hour Plays" project, an annual fundraiser to benefit the Urban Arts Partnership.
Fox will join Sarah Silverman, Gabourey Sidibe, Tracy Morgan, "30 Rock" star Jack McBrayer, Jesse Eisenberg and others in the project.
"Extra's" Terri Seymour powered up with the A-list actors starring in "The Avengers," at the Anaheim Convention Center for Disney's D23 Expo. Dubbed "the ultimate Disney fan event," D23 gave ticket holders an exclusive sneak peek at the company's upcoming films and theme-park attractions.
Without giving too much away, "Iron Man's" Robert Downey Jr. said to Seymour, "When I first read the script I didn't understand why Thor was kicking my ass so much, and now, I understand."