Talk about an Instagram feed! Jimmy Fallon returns to "Saturday Night Live" this weekend just in time to avoid any possible weight gain from the culinary side trips he took during his "Clean Cut Comedy Tour.
From the jaw-dropping Red Wedding on "Game of Thrones" to the clone-tastic performance of Tatiana Maslany on BBC America's "Orphan Black" (which you should watch that if you haven't already -- trust us), there was some serious water-cooler fodder to be had.
Actor Tom Cruise on Friday dropped a $50 million defamation lawsuit against a German media company that published a report saying the Hollywood star had "abandoned" his daughter, Suri, after his divorce from actress Katie Holmes.
The theme song to Its a Charlie Brown Christmas is a holiday staple, and just hearing a few bars of that Vince Guaraldi tune this time of year immediately brings to mind the joyous dance scene from the classic "Peanuts" special.
The theme song to Its a Charlie Brown Christmas is a holiday staple. Every time that Vince Guaraldi tune airs this time of year, who cant help but think of the joyous dance scene from that classic Peanuts special?
If free speech is at the heart of the "Duck Dynasty" controversy, which resulted in the suspension of patriarch Phil Robertson after he expressed his anti-gay views in an interview, celebrities are not being shy about exercising their First Amendment rights.
Step aside, "Battlefield Earth." Will and Jaden Smith's science-fiction adventure "After Earth" has joined you on a legendarily awful movie list.Fans of bad-movie experts Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy, and Bill Corbett of Rifftrax.
"Golden Sisters" Mary Bartnicki, Josie Cavaluzzi and Teresa Dahlquist made viewers of their viral video in which the three watched Kim Kardashian's sex tape and reacted with hilarious shock and banter laugh until they cried.
It's official! After a week of holiday showdowns, fans picked "It's a Wonderful Life" as the winner of TODAY's Christmas Movie Face-off.Friday morning started with a showdown between two classics: the heartwarming "It's a Wonderful Life" and the hilarious "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation.
"Duck Dynasty" patriarch Phil Robertson was suspended "indefinitely" from the A&E show following anti-gay remarks he made in an interview with GQ, but a new statement from his family hints that the future of the entire show is now at risk as long as he's gone.
An Andy Warhol portrait of Farrah Fawcett belongs to actor Ryan O'Neal, a jury determined Thursday. The ownership of the artwork has been fiercely contested during a three-week trial in which Fawcett's final wishes and her relationship with O'Neal were dissected.
"Saving Mr. Banks," the new film about what happened when Walt Disney (Tom Hanks) tried to convince author P.L. Travers (likely Oscar nominee Emma Thompson) to let him turn "Mary Poppins" into a movie, opens in most U.S. cities on Friday.
Unlike the nervous "American Idol" hopefuls performing onstage, new judge Harry Connick Jr. has no anxiety about his new gig. "It's not rocket science, right?" he told reporters during a conference call Thursday. "It's a very simple concept.
"Happy Days" are here again for anyone wondering what actor Henry Winkler might think of the proposed expansion of London's Heathrow Airport.Winkler, 68, who starred as Arthur "The Fonz" Fonzarelli on the 1970s sitcom, was stopped and quizzed by James Landale, a deputy political editor for BBC News.
"Teen Mom" Amber Portwood is telling all on "Dr. Phil" Friday in her first interview since beingreleased from prison last month, and she's got plenty to reveal about her struggles with drug abuse.The young mom, now 23, admitted that while she was in rehab, she was still using drugs.
One Direction is sending a very special message to Colorado high-school shooting victim Claire Esther Davis. The 17-year-old is in a coma after being shot at Arapahoe High School by a fellow student on Dec. 13.
Leave it to Chuck Norris, or at least a CGI-generated likeness of Chuck Norris, to split all over one of our favorite viral videos of the year. The "epic split," a stunt in which actor Jean-Claude Van Damme stood between two moving Volvo trucks, has generated its most compelling copycat.
Tessanne Chin may have won season five of "The Voice," but that doesn't mean she's closed off to advice. In fact, as she told TODAY Thursday, when her hero Celine Dion offered a suggestion, she immediately took it to heart: Wait to have children.