Ouch! During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live Monday night, Billy Crystal revealed he suffered from a torn rib muscle after a "violent sneeze"! Related: Ryan Phillippe In Hospital After "Freak Accident" It was so painful, the actor was left unable to breathe! He explained: "If it was a cartoon, my arms are flying off my body, my eyes [...]
Three guys from New York make fancy pizza on a Hollywood soundstage Last night, acclaimed Phoenix-based pizzaiolo Chris Bianco stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live to mix some dough and shoot the breeze with the late show host and comedian Billy Crystal. Show More Summary
Late-night TV talk show hosts love digging up old clips from a celebrity guest’s early career, but this clip Jimmy Kimmel Live found of Billy Crystal is extra special. As ABC prepares to reboot Battle of the Network Stars, Kimmel showed Crystal a clip from the classic years in the 1970s, racing against David Letterman […]
Billy Crystal says he suffered the "weirdest injury ever." Read more...
The 71 st Annual Tony Awards took place Sunday night in New York, with Kevin Spacey handling hosting duties for the first time. He was a little nervous about it, so for the opening number, he sought advice from veteran awards show hosts Stephen Colbert, Whoopi Goldberg, and Billy Crystal. Show More Summary
Mr. Spacey began the show with parodies of several nominated musicals, with surprise appearances from Stephen Colbert, Whoopi Goldberg and Billy Crystal.
Kevin Spacey showed off his musical chops as host of the 71st Tony Awards.
Justin Joel Green faces charges including attempted murder and assault after broadcasting his exploits to the world as "Billy Crystal."
Remember that old euphemism, “the rabbit died”? It used to mean a woman’s confirmed pregnancy (or, in the case of this awful Joan Rivers/Billy Crystal movie, a man finding out he’s pregnant). Not anymore, thanks to the fine folks at United Airlines. Show More Summary
Aretha Franklin, Aerosmith, and Billy Crystal all performed on this NBC late-night series unmatched in its day. The post Let’s Shine a Light on ‘The Midnight Special’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.
EXCLUSIVE: Two pros — director Barry Levinson and comedy giant Billy Crystal — have come aboard a new feature film comedy called Revival. Written by Phil Primason (5 Doctors), the premise is hi-lar-ious: A once-legendary Broadway composer...Show More Summary
A feature documentary with a lineup of comedians including Jerry Seinfeld, Jay Leno, Don Rickles, Billy Crystal, Bill Maher, Jon Stewart and Ray Romano examines the life and legend of Robert Klein. Starz announced today that “Robert Klein Still Can’t...
Billy Crystal, Robert De Niro, Amy Poehler, and Martin Scorsese will be among the first guests for 'Dinner With Don.' read more
Whenever Pixar Animation has a strong desire for an actor to lend their voice to a certain character, they like to take dialogue from one of their performances and create animation to illustrate what the character would be like with their voice. Show More Summary
Luckily he ended up voicing Mike Wazowski instead.
Pixar originally wanted Billy Crystal to voice Buzz Lightyear in its first feature, 1995’s Toy Story (Crystal turned it down and the part went to Tim Allen). The animation studio went so far as to put some When Harry Met Sally dialogue...Show More Summary
The best picture Oscar blunder prompted snickering from Ryan Gosling and a cascade of politically tinged jokes on Twitter, with some even declaring Hillary Clinton the winner. Billy Crystal tweeted … Click to Continue »
Most award shows are bad. The Oscars are exceptionally bad. Each year, the Academy finds new ways to disappoint. It’s like the Super Bowl for the entertainment industry. But at least the Super Bowl has a higher percentage of people of color represented on screen. The Oscars are bad at...
Are there any crossovers you can think of that are less expected than Westworld and City Slickers? While you think about it, check out this hilarious video.
City Slickers pals Mitch and Phil are together again. Billy Crystal (Mitch) and Daniel Stern (Phil) have reunited for a hilarious and quite realistic parody of HBO’s Westworld for Funny or Die. Keeping with Westworld‘s storyline, hosts...Show More Summary