It’s only Wednesday but I thought it was a perfect time for some throwback hits to be dusted off and enjoyed. Here’s what you should be watching tonight:
With the 56th Grammys now in the record books—and the Daft Punk duo still incognito—what better way to wind down from the festivities, than some Streampix music-related flicks?
It was a rare instance of comedic cooperation between two rival late-night shows when David Letterman participated in a comedy bit seen on Monday night’s “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” on NBC. Watch …
To put all this in the proper historical – and hysterical – perspective, here’s a look back at the first “SNL” appearances of Timberlake and other members of the Five Timers Club.
It was no surprise that Justin Timberlake stole the show on this past week’s “Saturday Night Live.” Even after his fifth time as host, his gift for goofiness shines. How many other world famous R&B singing movie stars do you know who would dress up like a giant hunk of tofu.
It may have been the most star-studded opening “monologue” in the history of “Saturday Night Live” when guest-host Justin Timberlake was joined by other five-time hosts to induct him into their exclusive club. Watch …
(Reuters) – Actor, writer and comedian Steve Martin has become a dad for the first time at age 67 – and managed to keep it secret from the media for more than a month. Martin and his second wife, Anne Stringfield, 41, “are new parents and recently welcomed a child,” a spokeswoman for the actor […]
Sure, Adele, Tony Bennett and the Foo Fighters all won at the Grammys, but that absurd (and interminable) list of awards also featured some stars known better for their non-musical exploits.
By Sandy Cohen, AP Entertainment Writer LOS ANGELES — Producer and director Gilbert Cates, who oversaw a record 14 Academy Awards ceremonies and founded the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles, has died. He was 77. The Directors Guild of America confirmed the death Tuesday. Cates also founded the School of Theater Film and Television at […]
The 37th season premiere of “Saturday Night Live” was notable for two reasons: 1) a trim and energetic Alec Baldwin made his 16th hosting appearance, setting a record he previously shared with Steve Martin, and 2) Radiohead sang a couple of new tunes. Other than that? Things haven’t really changed much. The cast is pretty […]