In "The Last Movie Star," Burt Reynolds plays an aging actor who must face the fact that his glory days are over. Meanwhile, we're still waiting for our glory days to begin.
British TV station Channel 4 ranked Dylan Moran as the 14th Greatest Comedy Stand-up, while Le Monde declared he was "the greatest comedian, living or dead." Boy, the British and the French can't agree on ANYTHING.
The very funny Rachel Feinstein has had recurring roles on "Crashing" and "Red Oaks," has lent her voice to the "Grand Theft Auto" video game franchise, and has co-hosted "The View" on multiple occasions. She’s living our dream.
We love Bill Hader's dying tauntaun impression, but we love his new show "Barry" even more. "Barry" premieres March 25th on HBO.
Alexandra Shipp stars alongside Nick Robinson, Josh Duhamel, and Jennifer Garner in "Love, Simon." Need we say more?
Natalie Prass' album is The Future And The Past, but we think it would be best for you to listen to it in The Now.
Judd Apatow is the director and executive producer of "The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling," which premieres on March 26th at 8pm on HBO.
Krysten Ritter is amazing. "Jessica Jones" is amazing. And Krysten Ritter in "Jessica Jones" is @#$%! AMAZING.
ROZES and Nicky Romero are here to perform their single "Where Would We Be." We already know where we'll be - front row and center.
ROZES with Nicky Romero
We're so excited that DJ Khaled is here so we can finally yell "D-J KHALED!" a la the intro of "All I Do Is Win."
The hilarious and talented Natasha Leggero is married to the equally hilarious and talented Moshe Kasher. Talk about a power couple. Their new Netflix special "The Honeymoon Stand Up Special" premieres April 17th.
The Ghost of Paul Revere is here. We mean the band, not the actual ghost. That we know of…