We all know that Channing Tatum has killer dance moves, but did you know that he's also straight-up R&B material? Well, the secret's out in the hot new music video for "(I Wanna) Channing All Over Your Tatum," brought to you by Channing and his White House Down costar Jamie Foxx. The boys teamed up with Jimmy Kimmel for this hilarious video that also features the likes of Olivia Munn, Gabourey Sidibe, and Miley Cyrus. Yes, there are sexual implications aplenty, but you gotta admit that it's kinda catchy. Be sure to stay put for an amazing A-list cameo toward the end of the video!
The Wolf of Wall Street trailer was released this week, and suffice it to say that we're already marking our calendars for the Nov. 15 release date. Why, you ask? Well, based on the preview, Martin Scorsese's newest film features Leonardo DiCaprio getting into all kinds of shenanigans, like yachting, dancing, and living a generally expensive yet carefree life (looks like Gatsby's got some competition). Check out the five most GIF-worthy moments from the trailer!
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This Is the End opened in theaters last week, which means we were all finally invited to James Franco's blowout party of the Summer. The film has an impressive cast of hilarious leading men like James Franco and Seth Rogen, but there are even more celebs that only appear on screen for a few minutes. Even if you haven't seen the film yet, you can tell from the trailer that the movie is bursting at the seams with celebrity cameos. In case you missed one or two (or are just dying for some spoilers), check out the star-studded list of actors playing themselves in the movie.
Emma Watson has the most screen time of all the cameos, showing up first at James's party and then returning in the midst of the apocalypse with an axe in her hand.
Considering he's one of the Freaks and Geeks originals, it's surprising that Jason Segel really only has one scene in the film, in which he pokes fun at his role on How I Met Your Mother.
Mindy Kaling shows up at James Franco's party with her sights set on hooking up with Michael Cera.
To see lots more cameos (and again, spoilers ahead!) just read more
Seth Rogen, Craig Robinson, and Evan Goldberg recently stopped by our POPSUGAR offices to promote their new movie This Is the End, out this week, and since the movie is all about being stuck inside a house during the apocalypse, we decided to host our own lockdown with the guys and play a special version of Cards Against Humanity, inspired by the film. If you've never played the game before, it's hilarious — especially when you have Seth, Craig, and Evan in the room. Take a look!
If you haven't heard about it yet, Divergent is the hot new book-series-to-movie-series that's coming our way. The cast of the film has been hard at work on the set, and they've been sharing bits and pieces of their experience with fans. Get a peek behind-the scenes of Divergent with pictures of Shailene Woodley, Miles Teller, and more.
We're anxiously anticipating the release of Divergent, the movie adaptation of Veronica Roth's bestselling young adult novel, but unfortunately for us, it doesn't hit theaters until 2014. The good news is that filming is under way, and we've got the first stills right here. Get a look at Shailene Woodley as Tris, the film's heroine who leaves her family behind to join a new group of individuals called Dauntless who are defined by their bravery. Dauntless training involves jumping off high buildings and getting knives thrown at your head — take a look!
That's right, Johnny Depp is 50 years old this week. It's crazy but true! After decades in the business, the actor, up next sporting a unique look for The Lone Ranger, has become known for donning crazy costumes and makeup from one character to the next throughout his career. Some are scary, some are sexy, and some are just plain strange. So in honor of Depp's big 5-0, we invite you to check out all his bizarre looks. Happy Birthday, Johnny Depp!
Summer is almost here, and to fill the void left by your TV favorites, there's a slew of special new programming that will air all season long. If you're not excited about the new Summer shows, fear not: plenty of old standbys are about to return. Get the scoop on what to expect from Pretty Little Liars, Breaking Bad, and more.
Summer hasn't even officially started, but we've already got Fall TV on the brain now that the networks have unveiled their new programs. One of the most promising new comedies is Fox's Brooklyn Nine-Nine, which has Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher in the leading roles. Find out why this show is one to keep an eye on!
- What it's about: It's a workplace comedy that takes place in a Brooklyn police precinct. Jake (Samberg) leads the group of co-workers who range from superquirky to tough as nails.
- Where it works: Seeing Samberg in a sitcom is downright delightful. Jake is goofy enough to produce big laughs but is still believable as a successful detective. Samberg actually benefits from being slightly more reined in than he was on SNL; he's just as funny and even more charming playing a regular guy than an over-the-top character.
- Where it doesn't: While some of the supporting characters work, like Braugher as the intimidating new captain of the police force and Melissa Fumero as Jake's love interest/rival, a lot of the other faces around the police station are too cartoony. I'm hoping the writers will develop these characters more after the pilot — or at least make them a little less dim-witted.
- You might like this show if: You feel like SNL has had a gaping hole in it since Samberg left.
- When it's on: Tuesdays at 8:30 p.m. on Fox
Watch a preview and see some pictures of Brooklyn Nine-Nine when you read more
Wedding season is at its peak in June, and what better place to find inspiration than from some of the most memorable nuptials in pop culture? Whether the marriages lasted for minutes, months, or never even happened, we've compiled some of the best weddings from TV and movies. Take a trip down memory lane with all of these ceremonies, complete with gorgeous gowns, scenic locations, and sweet kisses!
— Additional reporting by Laura Marie Meyers
When Arrested Development made its triumphant return with new episodes on Netflix, it brought us a whole slew of guest stars. Some are faces we've seen before, like Henry Winkler as Barry Zuckerkorn and Christine Taylor as Sally Sitwell, but there are also cameos from the likes of Kristen Wiig, Ben Stiller, and tons more. Check 'em all out!
We knew that Jimmy Fallon had a Game of Thrones parody in the works when we first saw those hilarious behind-the-scenes pictures. The skit aired during Friday night's show, and it's pretty spectacular: not only does Jimmy take on versions of Ned Stark and Daenerys Targaryen, but it's also chock-full of great references to the show, like the phrase "Sweeps are coming," and Fallon being lord of Rockefell. My favorite part is The Roots as the "Late Night's Watch." Be sure to watch until the end for a couple of surprise guests!
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Update Two: Amanda took to Twitter again today to address the situation further. "Don't believe the reports about me being arrested. It's all lies. I was sexually harassed by one of the cops the night before last, which is who then arrested me. He lied and said I threw a bong out the window when I opened the window for fresh air. Hilarious. He slapped my vagina. Sexual harassment. Big deal. I then called the cops on him. He handcuffed me, which I resisted, quite unlike any of the reports stated. Then I was sent to a mental hospital. Offensive. I kept asking for my lawyer, but they wouldn't let me. The cops were creepy. The cop sexually harassed me — they found no pot on me or bong outside my window. That's why the judge let me go. Don't believe any reports."
Update: Amanda responded to her legal drama on Twitter yesterday, writing, "I only smoke tobacco. I don't drink or do drugs. I've never had a bong in my life! I need to get another nose job after seeing my mug shot!" She later tweeted a joking reference to the mug shot, in which she's wearing a wig: "I need Nicki Minaj's wig person stat!"
Amanda Bynes was arrested in New York on Thursday night for smoking marijuana in the lobby of her apartment building. She was also charged with tampering with evidence after allegedly throwing a bong out the window of her apartment when the police arrived. Amanda was supposedly taken to a hospital for a psychiatric evaluation before being taken to the police station. This is just the latest in a string of troubles for the actress, including a DUI arrest last year.
The Wolfpack returns for one last crazy adventure in The Hangover Part III, but do Bradley Cooper and the boys still have that comedy magic? Watch our video review to find out how the third installment stacks up, whether the movie is just as raunchy as the others, and most importantly — if it's a must see!
Arrested Development fans: don't blue yourselves, brace yourselves. The countdown to Sunday's new batch of Netflix episodes is on and we've got a big batch of pictures to hold us over until then. So what's in store? From the looks of these shots, there will be a funeral, an appearance from Isla Fisher, and George Michael riding a segway around his college campus. Check 'em out!
Photos courtesy of Netflix
When The Hangover was released in 2009, nobody was expecting much from the comedy starring three under-the-radar actors — which is exactly why the surprisingly hilarious and original film took the world by storm and killed it at the box office. Fast-forward four years, and we're upon the release of The Hangover Part III, which suffers from the opposite effect. The film is highly anticipated by fans hoping to re-create the magic of the original (and forget Part II), but aside from a few sporadic laughs, the film is another disappointing installment in a franchise that should have quit while it was ahead.
I have to give some credit to director Todd Phillips, who at least tried to go in a new direction with Part III. The "what happened last night?" formula showcased in the first two films is left behind this time, favoring a straight plotline centered on Alan (Zach Galifianakis) hitting rock bottom and the Wolfpack setting off on a road trip to get him to rehab. You don't need me to tell you that the plan goes terribly awry when Doug (Justin Bartha) is taken hostage and the guys are tasked with tracking down the elusive Mr. Chow (Ken Jeong). What you may not expect is that the story is so uneven that I actually found myself missing all the blacked-out-drunken drama. Without that element, it feels like one of the characters is missing from the movie.
To see what else I thought of The Hangover Part III, just read more
If you were hoping to see more of Jennifer Aniston's naughty side after her turn in Horrible Bosses, then the trailer for her new film, We're the Millers, is probably up your alley. Aniston stars as a stripper who agrees to go along on a mission with her drug-dealing neighbor (Jason Sudeikis), posing as said neighbor's wife. They also enlist a couple of random kids (one of which is played by Emma Roberts) to help them cross the border into Mexico.
The preview has a few laughs, and also feels a bit like a who's who of the comedy world, with appearances by Ed Helms, Kathryn Hahn, Ken Marino, and Nick Offerman. I support any project that breaks Aniston out of the typically cheesy romantic comedy formula, and let's face it: we all know she has a bikini bod that's worth flaunting, and there's plenty of that here. Plus, she and Sudeikis just might make a dysfunctional pair worth rooting for.
We're the Millers hits theaters Aug. 9, but check out the trailer when you read more
J.J. Abrams stopped by Conan this week to promote his new movie Star Trek Into Darkness. He also wanted to clear the air about a scene from the film that's creating controversy for briefly showing Alice Eve in her underwear. To settle the score, he brought a delete scene from the film that shows villain Benedict Cumberbatch shirtless in the shower. It's a quick look, but still pretty entertaining. Check it out:
Jennifer Aniston will be cohosting Ellen this week, and apparently she was a little nervous about the gig. So who does she turn to for advice? Her former Friend Matthew Perry! Watch Jen stop by Matthew's house for pointers (and Friends jokes), only to find a few exciting surprise visitors. Later in the show, Ellen puts Jen in the hot seat about whether or not she'd be up for an even bigger Friends reunion, and Portia de Rossi stops by to talk about Ellen's love for moving and real estate. The episode airs Wednesday, but watch the clip now!