Adam Sandler re-unites with Drew Barrymore for "Blended." It could literally be 90 minutes of them having a long lunch, and we'll be there first in line.
Molly Shannon stars in "Trust Me." Sorry, sorry, that should be: Molly Shannon SUPASTARS ::deep lunge:: in "Trust Me."
The hilarious Nate Bargatze's name is an anagram for "Zebra Ate Tang." Coincidentally, our power animal has always been a zebra gently sipping the astronaut's drink of choice.
We tape mere feet from where "Go On" star Matthew Perry filmed "Friends" on the WB lot. It'll be like a high school reunion only with more laughs and less awkward photos.
We know it's just acting, but just in case, we're gonna our tell our sister not to come to set when "Game of Thrones" star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau is here.
Nashville-based Escondido's new album The Ghost of Escondido was recorded in a single day. To be fair, we bet it was a REALLY exhausting day.
Jeremy Piven stars as "Mr. Selfridge" who brought American-style shopping to the U.K. Next, we need a biopic on whoever invented double-coupon day.
Biologist, extreme angler and fearless star of "River Monsters," Jeremy Wade encounters the creepiest, crawliest, scariest fresh-water critters out there. We're cringing as we speak.
The legendary paisley underground alt rock band The Three O'Clock have reunited! Thanks a lot, Zoltar Speaks Wishing Machine! Their album is Live at the Old Waldorf
Charlie Sheen stars in "Scary Movie 5." We've been living in a cave in the desert for the last 3 years, has Charlie been up to anything interesting?
On "Veep," Tony Hale plays the vice-president's body man, supplying mints, gum, and handi-wipes. Basically he's a bathroom vending machine with eyes.
Our friends the Dropkick Murphys have a new album, Signed and Sealed in Blood, which we think was also the title of a Dora the Explorer DVD.