The incredibly beautiful Kate Beckinsale stars in a remake of "Total Recall." And just like that, we're first in line for tickets.
Stephen Merchant stars in "Hello Ladies," which is coincidentally how LaBamba likes to greet Conan and Andy every morning.
The ethereally beautiful St. Vincent's new album is Strange Mercy. We wish all the saints we studied in Catholic school were half as pretty as her.
Antonio Banderas stars in ""Haywire," which is the story of a kick-ass female secret agent out for revenge against the men who betrayed her. You had us at "kick-ass female secret agent," "Haywire."
Fred Armisen loves to poke gentle fun at the Pacific Northwest in "Portlandia." Sadly, our wry take on the Midwest, ColumbusOhiostan has yet to take off.
Blake Mills' new album is Chimes of Freedom which is also what we think Abraham Lincoln would have selected as his cell phone ring tone.
Two-time Olympic & 11-time Winter X Games gold medalist Shaun White has his eye on the top of the snowboarding podium again at Winter X January 26-29. They oughtta just call it The Shaun White Games.
The very funny Jordan Peele stars in the second season of "Key and Peele," which, we remind you, is a sketch show and not a buddy-cop show about a locksmith and a sentient banana.
Performing "Blow Up" off his upcoming album, this is rapper Sammy Adams very first national television appearance. Welcome to TV, Sammy! We got you an introductory toaster to mark the occasion.
Billy Gardell plays a policeman on "Mike & Molly." We know he’s a pretend cop, but just in case, we’re gonna be sure to point out that it’s totally medicinal and we totally have a prescription for it.
She was a MMA champ, an American Gladiator, and now Gina Carano is starring in Steven Soderbergh's new movie, "Haywire." Funnily enough, that's the same bio Julia Roberts had before "Erin Brockovich."
Owen Smith quit his job in life insurance to be a full-time comedian. Does it ever go the other way? Does a big-shot comic ever say, screw comedy, I really want to be an actuary?