‘Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping’ is absurd, often hilarious and thankfully never takes its site off their intended mark, namely today’s pop stars.
Before watching the series premiere, check out this Screen Actors Guild Foundation Conversations video from earlier this year featuring Brooklyn Nine-Nine stars Andy Samberg and more.
Watch the 2015 Emmy Award Speeches from Viola Davis, Jon Hamm, Peter Dinklage, julia Louis-Dreyfus and more!
Q & A: Andre Braugher on ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’: “I’ve sort of committed myself to perfecting the art of the straight man”
It’s fair to say that Brooklyn Nine-Nine is definitely not having a sophomore slump because…
Transitioning from one of late night’s most iconic shows to an entertainment career outside the…
Red-Band Trailer: ‘The To Do List’ starring Aubrey Plaza, Bill Hader, Rachel Bilson, Donald Glover, Andy Samberg and Clark Gregg
In Theaters: July 26th
With Kristen Wiig and Andy Samberg leaving Saturday Night Live, the show has announced the addition of 3 new cast members to try and fill there huge, missing shoes.
While many Saturday Night Live cast members begin their careers in standup, others aren’t so comfortable with being themselves on stage all by themselves. Bill Hader, for example, might be nominated for an Emmy for his work on the long-running sketch show, but the idea of doing stand-up comedy is something so challenging for him.
Here’s a video featuring the stars of Celeste and Jesse Forever, Andy Samberg and Rashida Jones. The film is a very cute and rides on the great chemistry that Samberg and Jones have with each other, which is evident when you watch the video.
Rashida Jones on Writing Her First Script and Getting to the Serious Side of Andy Samberg in ‘Celeste and Jesse Forever’
It’s becoming increasingly common for actors to write their own film scripts, particularly for smaller, independent projects that actors do in between the big-budget studio films. Add Rashinda Jones to the list, as the former The Office star co-wrote Celeste and Jesse Forever with fellow actor Will McCormack, and the pair also star in the film alongside Andy Samberg. Jones spoke to the Huffington Post about writing the film, the challenges associated with performing a character after creating her, and whether funnyman Samberg was able to handle the film’s serious elements.
It had to happen sometime. Just as Will Ferrell, Tina Fey, his fellow cast member Kristen Wiig and many other stars outgrew and graduated from the Saturday Night Live stage, so has longtime cast member Andy Samberg.
In Theaters: June 15th
Gwyneth Paltrow, Reese Witherspoon, Cameron Diaz and Ryan Murphy may not know what it’s like to be down-on-their-luck has-beens, but according to a Deadline.com story, that isn’t stopping them from making a movie about them.
Here’s 5 clips from the Anna Faris and Chris Evans film, What’s Your Number?