Seth Rogen's new animated comedy, "Sausage Party" has officially launched at theaters across the country and in promotion of the R-rated food film, he pranked a bunch of unsuspecting shoppers at a New York grocery store.
W Magazine had 13 different celebrities read lyrics from Drake's single "Hotline Bling," and compiled them together to create one hilarious rendition. Who doesn't want to see Bryan Cranston aka Walter White read "Hotline Bling" lyrics?
With his screed againt Ray Romano in Judd Apatow's "Funny People," Eminem was one of the only bright spots in the otherwise boring comedy, so we were stoked to hear that he had a cameo in "The Interview."
Next year, the beloved host of Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report," Stephen Colbert, will be leaving his job to take over for David Letterman on "The Late Show." Before he concludes his current program on December 18th, he'll host several incredible guests n
Seth Rogen and James Franco are out and about promoting their highly-controversial new film The Interview. Talking backstage at "The Tonight Show," Franco detailed Kanye West's reaction to the parody video that he and Rogen produced late last year.
James Franco and Seth Rogen are currently shooting a new film, "The Interview," and in between shots they managed to shoot their own version of Kanye's "Bound 2" for what they called "Bound 3"...and its hilarious.