NBC's other major late-night force 'SNL' has very much stepped up its game in the last few outings, with this past Saturday's Melissa McCarthy-fronted turn proving almost as entertaining as her original stint in 2011. This Saturday however, upcoming 'The Internship' star Vince Vaughn will take the 'SNL' stage for the second time with musical guest Miguel, but will he rise to the challenge? Check out the latest 'SNL' promos to find out!
'SNL' earned itself quite a bit of good will in this past weekend's dual-hosting turn with national treasure Justin Timberlake, and the streak looks to go even higher in the coming weeks. Not only has NBC confirmed that 'Identity Thief' star Melissa McCarthy will return for her second time hosting on April 6, but upcoming 'The Internship' star Vince Vaughn will also make his second appearance the following week on April 13! Get a sneak peek of upcoming 'SNL' inside!
It's been kind of a slow day for TV news, what with most of the major Television Critics Association press tour panels having taken place, but in some cases a slow day is just the calm before the storm. That's why we're equally delighted, bewildered and horrified to announce that 'The Brady Bunch' will be gracing our TV screens once more in the near future, with a rebooted cast. Also, Vince Vaughn is behind it. Yeah, it's that kind of day.
The zeitgeist giveth and the zeitgeist taketh away. Fortuitous timing lends some films the aura of relevance; bad timing lends others the stink of impropriety. Released last summer, ‘The Watch’ would have been just another Hollywood action comedy. Released this summer, it’s burdened by all sorts of unwanted and unintended cultural associations. It already endured a title change (from ‘Neighborhood Watch’) after the death of Trayvon Martin. Now this film -- which features a man exaggeratedly grieving for a murdered friend for comic effect and an antisocial dropout who stockpiles weapons -- opens a week after the tragedy in Aurora, Colorado. This poor movie can’t catch a break, which is a shame because it’s actually pretty funny.