Vince Vaughn & Owen Wilson are Google's oldest interns "The Internship." They can tell all the youngsters about the ancient days of GeoCities pages and ASCII art.
Maria Menounos stars in "Adventures of Serial Buddies," the world's only serial killer buddy comedy. At least until our Hannibal Lecter/Jeffrey Dahmer road trip comedy gets greenlit.
Alt-rockers New Politics' new album is A Bad Girl in Harlem, which is coincidentally the title of Andy Richter's autobiography. It's very surprising.
In "This is the End," Jonah Hill battles the apocalypse. If we had to face Armageddon, we'd bunk with Jonah. Well, probably we'd pick a Navy SEAL or something first, but Jonah is definitely top 5, easy.
"Ice Loves Coco" star Coco stars in the Vegas stage spectacular "Peepshow." Linger too long, though, and Ice T might have words with you.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. is the best thing to come out of Detroit since Jack White and the Lincoln Futura. Their new album is Patterns
Nathan Fillion stars in Joss Whedon's "Much Ado About Nothing." It's like "Avengers" but with less alien armies and more iambic pentameter.
Bret Michaels leads a team of skilled designers to trick out crazy RVs on "Rock My RV." Do you think Bret's personal RV comes with a bandana humidor?
Erik Charles Nielsen is making his TV stand-up debut with us. Once he finishes his hazing induction at the hands of La Bamba and the ghost of Philo Farsworth, that is.
We're installing giant swiveling "Voice"-style chairs in the studio in Usher's honor. Andy's comes with a secret nacho cheese dipping station in the arm.
18 year-old Eesha Khare won the Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award for research that will lead to super-fast cell phone charging. There goes the "my battery died, I couldn't call you back" excuse.
The enchanting She & Him's new album Volume 3 is out now. It's pronoun-riffic!