Elizabeth Banks stars in "Pitch Perfect" as an off-kilter commentator at an international a capella competition. Boy, talk about being typecast!
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.
The best thing to come out of Baltimore since crab cakes and John Waters, Animal Collective's new album, Centipede Hz, is out now.
Nathan Fillion stars in Joss Whedon's "Much Ado About Nothing." It's like "Avengers" but with less alien armies and more iambic pentameter.
Bill Burr is our one of all-time favorite guests, but more importantly, he might able to tell us what the heck happened to Huell in "Breaking Bad!"
Band of Horses have a new album, Mirage Rock. Please note, at no point did the band's line-up include Flicka, Mr. Ed, or Misty of Chincoteague.
The insanely talented Joseph Gordon-Levitt hosts "HitRECord On TV," a show made up entirely from an online producing collection. It's like a food co-op but with crazy-talented filmmakers instead of kale.
On "Bones," Emily Deschanel plays a socially inept forensic anthropologist who works with dead bodies. As opposed to those laugh-a-minute, life of the party corpse handlers.
Jamie Lee was named "Top 5 Comedians Who Should Be Movie Stars." If there's a list of "Top 5 Movie Stars Who Should Be Comedians," George Clooney is #1. He's so charming who cares if he's funny?
Jake Gyllenhaal stars as a young LA police officer in "End of Watch." Jake Gyllenhaal? In a police uniform? TAKE OUR MONEY, MOVIE!
We've got a special TARDIS-sized parking spot just for "Doctor Who" star Karen Gillan. It's next to the sign that says "Wibbley-Wobbley Timey-Wimey Parking Only."
The Chevin named themselves after an earthen ridge in their hometown of Leeds. Wow, congrats on making local geology rock & roll, boys! Their new album is Borderland