Before Tom Hanks accepted the mantle of America’s Dad, he played what may be his most famous role to date: Forrest Gump. And as the titular character of film, he delivers a nuanced performance — one that involves him mooning the president. And both he and his wife are really happy about that!
To be fair, even listening to this story made me long for the sanctuary of a faraway cave.
Recalling the certain horrors of growing up as a nerd becomes more palatable when Cool Dork Tina Fey chronicles her own humble—often humiliating—youth. She recently did just that on the Graham Norton Show, with, of course, some prompting from the host.
As part of her comeback, Adele is doing a special for BBC where she’ll perform all the songs that make you weep inconsolably.
Cameron Diaz is currently doing the talk show circuit to promote her new movie The Other Woman, but using her airtime to promote a few more personal topics — cheating (related to the film, I guess) and pubes.
Miley Cyrus started her Bangerz tour yesterday and it looks...interesting. If her opening number is any indication, this concert pretty much encapsulates everything we've seen Miley do in the past several months: underwear as outerwear, sinister-looking stuffed animals, a little person carrying a photo of Britney…
This past Friday, Kristen Wiig, Steve Carell and Chris O'Dowd were all on The Graham Norton Show to promote — I dunno — being funny, likable and good looking or something when they were interrupted mid-interview by a huge, gatecrashing fly described by Wiig as being the size of a bird.
Sir David Attenborough was on The Graham Norton Show recently where he was asked by the host to add his famous voice to a popular viral video of a tortoise making sweet sweet love to a shoe. Suddenly, the whole thing seems a lot more highbrow.
Regardless of how far we've moved into the new Willenium, Will Smith will always be best known for his role as that West Philly scamp thrown into the lap of luxury in Fresh Prince of Bel Air — a sitcom that now, decades later, is more famous for its theme song than it is any plot twist. Recently Smith was on The…
In this week's TV roundup, SNL celebrates a milestone, Jane Lynch does Maddow, Chris Rock has a point and Smash gets a Marilyn.
Recently on the Graham Norton Show, Daniel Radcliffe asked the audience to "Give a big shout if you know who Tom Lehrer is." Despite the total silence, Daniel proceeded to rattle off the 82-year-old mathmatician's song about the periodic table.
Lindsay Lohan was temporarily back on the sauce on New Year's Eve. Her lawyer told TMZ: "The good news was that Lindsay stopped herself that night, called her sponsor, and got herself immediately back on track...The most unfortunate part of this is that Lindsay has to share her 'one day at a time' with the entire…