Jon Cryer tapes "Two and a Half Men" just down the street from us. Sorry about blasting all that loud reggaeton music, Jon, but that's how Andy Richter likes to party!
Astronaut Chris Hadfield¹s new book is called An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth. How worried should we be about alien invasions, Colonel? Extremely worried or just very worried?
Avril Lavigne is the latest in a long line of Canadian songstresses, including Alanis Morissette, Anne Murray, and, of course, Alan Thicke. Avril's self-titled album is out now.
Not only is "Parenthood" star Dax Shepard a terrifically funny actor, he's also crossword writers' favorite celebrity since Axl Rose.
The beautiful Regina Hall returns in "The Best Man" sequel, "The Best Man Holiday." We hope it becomes a trilogy with "The Best Man Goes To Mars."
Sean Patton will be appearing at the Hell Yes Festival in New Orleans. Or, as our mother will insist on calling it, the H-E-Double-Hockey Stick Festival.
In "The Millers," Will Arnett's mother moves in with him. We know it's a comedy, but to us, that sounds like the most terrifying horror possible.
Jim Gaffigan has a hilarious book called Dad is Fat. Way harsh, Jim's book. Way. Harsh.
M.I.A.'s new album, Matangi is named after the green, 4-armed Hindu goddess of music. Boy, *that* old rock and roll cliché again?
The wonderful Melissa McCarthy & Billy Gardell star in "Mike & Molly." We'll let you guess who plays whom.
Chris Elliott stars in the hilarious and cartoonishly violent "Eagleheart," Coincidentally enough, hilarious and cartoonishly violent also describe our dancing style.
Yuna says her music is Mary Poppins meets Coldplay; we'd kill to see Chris Martin rock a flying umbrella. Her album, Nocturnal, is out now.