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‘SNL’ Preview: James Franco Brings Christmas Miracles to ‘30 Rock’

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 3, 2014 @ 12:44 PM
NBC
‘SNL’ expectedly took a break for Thanksgiving this past weekend, but will kick off the final 3 episodes of 2014 with ‘The Interview’'s James Franco and musical guest Nicki Minaj. See how the three-time ‘SNL’ host previews Saturday’s newest installment with Christmas miracles, ‘30 Rock’ returns, and 3D effects in new promos!

'Drunk History' Season 2 Adds 'Arrested Development,' 'Friday Night Lights' Stars and More

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 3, 2014 @ 8:59 PM
Comedy Central / EW
Comedy Central's adaptation of classic FunnyorDie sketch "Drunk History" exceeded our wildest expectation across its first season, bringing in countless celebrities both to inebriatedly narrate and star in their best recollections of world events. Now that season 2 has been set for a summer 2014 debut, Comedy Central has revealed the full roster of guest stars, including some famous faces from 'The Walking Dead,' 'Friday Night Lights,' 'Game of Thrones' and many, many more.

Adult Swim's 'NTSF: SD: SUV::': Ed Helms, Alia Shawkat and Jack McBrayer to Guest

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick June 20, 2013 @ 7:30 PM
Adult Swim / NBC / Netflix
Adult Swim's 'Childrens Hospital' spinoff (if it can even so be called) 'NTSF: SD: SUV::' will soon premiere its third season on Adult Swim beginning July 25, and as per usual the show has recruited a number of impressive guest stars for the short-form action thriller. Not only will 'The Hangover Part III' star Ed Helms show up to reprise an earlier role he'd played on the series (with a new twist), but so too will 'Arrested Development' star Alia Shawkat and '30 Rock' vet Jack McBrayer join the cast!

'Wreck-It Ralph' Review

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by Matt Singer November 5, 2012 @ 7:22 AM
Disney
Movies allow us to experience life through another person's eyes. Video games allow us to experience life through another person's eyes -- and to control their decisions. We spend hours upon hours with these video game characters, until we feel like we know them; Mario, Sonic, Pac-Man, their adventures are so memorable, and their personalities so vivid that they almost seem alive. But of course their adventures and their personalities are all predetermined by programming, and they remain forever trapped by their unbreakable directives. If these characters weren't just a series of electronic impulses and computer code, it would be a tragic existence.
That, essentially, is the premise of 'Wreck-It Ralph,' a manic children's film about the souls of video game avatars. Made by Disney, it greatly resembles the premise of Disney's (and Pixar's) modern classic 'Toy Story,' in which toys are revealed to have lives and thoughts of their own when no one's around to play with them. Here we learn that when a suburban arcade shuts down for the night, the characters inside all the games cross over into each other's universes to socialize.