Martin Freeman revisited his roles in "The Hobbit" and the original British version of "The Office" in this filmed sketch on this week's "Saturday Night Live". Watch it here!
Sometimes, a film can effortlessly open at number one at the box office while still being a pretty huge disaster. This is the case with ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings,’ which rode a wave of terrible reviews and an even more terrible marketing campaign to a hugely disappointing start. With a lot of big movies opening the next two weeks, the new Biblical epic won’t even find time to grow some legs. Chances are strong that it is dead on arrival.
Miley Cyrus is no stranger to showing a little skin on her Instagram account. But going beneath the skin?
Shreveport police are looking for two suspects wanted for a shooting in west Shreveport late last night.
Taylor's 25th birthday -- a milestone for anyone -- is today (Dec. 13), and we figured it was the perfect time to reminisce about Taylor's career.
I always knew magical things happen at Cracker Barrel and this video proves that magic extends beyond the pancakes.
Many people in this store brushed this guy off as just another man listening to loud music in his headphones, but what happened next is truly astounding.
Women like to shop, but it's a different story when you talk to men.
The ability to communicate with anyone at any time is nothing new, but now it's going to a whole new level.
McDonald's continues to pull back the curtain to show just how some of their most popular menu items are made.
Jimmy Fallon does it again! He brought back fan favorites The Ragtime Gals and invited guest Steve Carell (Golden Globe nominee for Best Actor in a Drama for "Foxcatcher") for a rendition of Marvin Gaye's "Sexual Healing"
Since it's Flashback Friday, we decided to dig into the YouTube archives and get a load of what we found! It's a commercial from 1989 featuring a struggling young actor named Mark Ruffalo trying to outrun zits until he discovers Clearasil
Imagine this scenario;
You're driving along on Youree Drive, then all of a sudden, you notice a police car on your tail. Immideately you get nervous, not knowing what you've done wrong. Maybe he just needs to get by. So you get over into the right lane. So does he. Oh no, you're screwed. Lights come on and you know you're being pulled over.
Horrible feeling, I know. Now stay with me.
Thanks to Eldorado Casino, we're giving you and your friends the V.I.P. treatment this New Year's Eve!
J.J. Abrams is famous for keeping secrets. His whole schtick as a director is the “mystery box”—finding pleasure in the unknown, and in the tease of that uncertainty. He didn’t show the monster in the trailer for ‘Cloverfield’; hell he didn’t even show the title of the movie in the trailer for ‘Cloverfield.’ If J.J. Abrams could release a movie without telling you anything about it, he probably would.
The Christmas lights on this house are synced up to "Let It Go" however, this one has a few extra surprises.
Katy Perry just won the Internet -- 'Dark Horse' is the most-viewed YouTube music video of 2014!
A brilliant idea has surfaced on the Lego Ideas website where Lego fans can go to pitch new projects to the ever-growing building blocks toy company.
YouTube released their annual Rewind video this week breaking down pretty much everything that happened on YouTube over the past year.
Big name celebrities make cameos in the video, which features YouTube stars singing and dancing around to the year's most popular music