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The "Book of Mormon" actor lip-synced the Divinyls' "I Touch Myself" while dressed as the GOP front-runner.
Several of the shows taking pronounced zig-zags in TV comedy share a key player: writer, producer and director Jonathan Krisel, a creative force behind “Baskets,” “Man Seeking Woman” and “Portlandia.” Though the stars of these shows—Zach...Show More Summary
The pop star has traded in club-ready bangers for a different sound.
The new show will highlight achievements in electronic music and is being executive produced by DJ Paul Oakenfold.
Rihanna's new album "Anti" is a big test for Jay Z's embattled music-streaming service, Tidal.
Cuba Gooding, Jr., and John Singleton, two of the key players in the upcoming FX series "The People v. O.J. Simpson," think the movie business can learn a lot from television when it comes to diversity.
The new dates will find the British band playing stadiums in major markets.
The movie, starring Anna Gunn of 'Breaking Bad,' was purchased for distribution at the festival by Sony Pictures Classics, and the producers said they're developing a television series based on the film.
The singer's eighth studio album is currently available, for free, on Tidal.
Natalie Portman, Jimmy Fallon and the Roots all donned Sia's signature harlequin wig to join the "Chandelier" singer for a rendition of "Iko Iko."
Tom McCarthy, the director and co-writer of "Spotlight," which garnered six Oscar nominations, stopped by the Wall Street Journal to discuss the importance of local investigative reporting.
Think of it as "The Theory of Everything" meets "Ant-Man," with a dash of "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure" thrown in for good measure.
The "Star Trek" star's new role is heroic and daring, but without the flashy confidence of Capt. Kirk or his other notable words.
The Chinese artist and activist is protesting a new law related to migrants in Denmark.
The filmmaker talks about his personal connections to his Oscar-nominated Cold War film starring Tom Hanks and Mark Rylance.
The comedian is on tour for the first time in five years.
Perhaps this is a sign that the pop singer's long-delayed new album, "Anti," will see the light of day soon.
Take this quiz and test your Oscar knowledge of what film was, or wasn't, nominated for best picture.
"Abe was a huge part of our show in New York," reminisced O'Brien. "I couldn't believe how many times Abe would come on the show and do hilarious things for us."
In a "Tonight Show" game called "First-Time Impressions," Josh Brolin and Kate McKinnon try out some celebrities they've never impersonated before.