If you regularly watch TCM, you already know that Bill Hader is a total cinephile, and he wants to share his love for movies with the world, particularly the younger set. That’s why he’s been host of Essentials, Jr. on Turner Classic Movies for the past few years, introducing relatively kid-friendly classics like To Kill a Mockingbird, the original Godzilla, Charlie Chaplin… Continue reading Bill Hader's List of the 200 Comedies You Need to Watch
It’s always a lot of fun when stars of TV shows are game to poke fun at their own shows. Case in point, the above birthday video for former President Bill Clinton where
“House of Cards” star Kevin Spacey joins forces with Hillary Clinton.
Not only does Spacey get to show off a decent Bill Clinton impression, but the video also takes a pointed shot at Hillary’s neither confirming… Continue reading Watch Kevin Spacey and Hillary Clinton's 'House of Cards' parody for Bill Clinton's birthday
Bill Cosby is returning to television.
EW has confirmed that NBC has made a deal for an untitled family comedy starring Cosby and written by Mike O’Malley. According to Deadline, the show will follow Cosby as Jonathan Franklin, “a patriarch of a multi-generational family who shares his many years of wit, wisdom and experience to help his daughters, sons-in-law and grandchildren navigate their complicated modern lives.”
The show is reportedly being… Continue reading NBC reaches a deal on new Bill Cosby comedy
We stay through the credits of the Marvel films for the stingers at the end, but somewhere in that endless scroll of names are the men and women who worked in the Marvel bullpen decades ago creating the characters that are breaking box office records today. One of those men is Bill Mantlo who, with artist Keith Giffen, created a talking raccoon as a… Continue reading Marvel Studios Countdown: Rocket Raccoon and the Legacy of Bill Mantlo
Rock the Kasbah: Via social media, Zooey Deschanel shared the first photo from the upcoming Rock the Kasbah, featuring herself along with castmates Bill Murray, Danny McBride, Bruce Willis, and Scott Caan. Murray stars as a down-on-his-luck rock music manager who makes a startling discovery in the wilds of Afghanistan; Barry Levinson directed. [Twitter via Deadline]