'Star Wars: Episode 7' is great and all, but do you know what's even better? Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert battling each other to see who is the bigger 'Star Wars' fan. And do you know what's even better than that? Raising money for UNICEF. Hmm, if only there was a way to combine all of these things into one video...
In 1998, director Robert Rodriguez released the high school horror film 'The Faculty.' Written by 'Scream' scribe Kevin Williamson, the film follows a group of mismatched high school students who must overcome their differences and band together when mysterious alien parasites take over the bodies of their peers and teachers. Fifteen years later, we take a look back at the awesome ensemble cast of the film and see what they're up to now.
Jon Stewart may be one of the hardest working men on television, but it looks like he's about to take a break from hosting 'The Daily Show' for a few months. But he's not going on a vacation: he's going to direct a movie. 'Rosewater' will not only be Stewart's first time behind the camera, it will be something completely out of his regular wheelhouse.
Over the years, Jon Stewart has had many actors as guests on 'The Daily Show' but there's one person Stewart says will never return to his stage. Who is this person and what did he do to piss of the 'Daily Show' host and his staff?
It looks like we'll be saying goodbye to Wyatt Cenac -- the 'Daily Show' writer and correspondent has put in his notice and is leaving the show in December after four years. There's a presidential joke in here somewhere. Too bad he won't be around to find it for us.
'The Lone Ranger' just released its first teaser trailer, showing off Johnny Depp in yet another outlandish costume -- this time for Tonto -- and Armie Hammer in his next role as Mr. Lone Ranger himself. While we were excited to se the first official footage of some of the action sequences, scenery and makeup, we couldn't help but think of Jon Stewart and how he may or may not have an illegitimate son out there.
Huzzah, America! After being around seemingly forever, it would seem that 'The Daily Show' will be around quite a while longer, with its current and arguably best host to date in place. More than that, its sister show 'The Colbert Report' will be sticking around as well, but for how long? Does either series have a shelf life, or does Comedy Central plan to keep them around indefinitely?
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