2013 was a good year to be bad. This year's best villains weren't just goons with guns -- although there were a few great examples of those. (Here's looking at you, Sean Penn.) We also hissed at slave-owners, inventors, seducers, producers, and a couple amazing women who left an impression without b ... More >>
This week in the Voice, out today, Camille Dodero writes about Andy Warhol's New York, and what it looks like more than two decades after the Pope of Pop's death: "In other words, 25 years ago, the famous man who had famously written his own script finally had it taken away. New York City is, ... More >>
Don't tell Michele Bachmann about this
Superheroes, sequels, and TWO Conans! Summer has arrived.
Food is becoming quite the trendy subject matter for web series these days. First there was news of Foodies, the web series that premiered last night and which seeks to ridicule all those who love sea urchin ceviche. Now College Humor has Always Open which features actor David Koechner chatting ... More >>
Saturday Night Live is switching up their cast, and the New York Times has confirmed the new lineup. Who's out and who's in this season, which everyone will tell you is worse than the season before regardless?
It was naive to think it could turn out any other way, marketing gimmicks, the show's resurgence and Will Forte be damned. The latest Saturday Night Live skit-turned-feature film is crashing and burning, taking in a paltry $1.5 million at the box office on Friday, leaving the action parody un ... More >>
A tipster pal sends along a photo of Saturday Night Live castmates Andy Samberg and Will Forte hanging out in the will-call line at last night's Pearl Jam concert at MSG. Note the era-appropriate flannel! Our pal Hipster Runoff might have something to say about the man who dates indie rock go ... More >>
Filmmakers pay homage to the pop of their youth
MacGruber star Will Forte has openly complained that when he deep kissed James Franco on SNL, a gay blog called him unattractive. Well, don't look at me!
At only 15, Little Minnie -- the main character of Phoebe Gloeckner's graphic novel The Diary of a Teenage Girl -- is growing up way too fast. She's failing school, hanging out with the wrong crowd, and has begun an affair with her alcoholic mother's boyfriend. Yikes! Marielle Heller, who stars ... More >>
Skip 30 Rock and head downtown
It's almost too awkward to even watch--people who don't know how to play guitar playing guitar usually are--but there's something really endearing and also sort of funny about this clip of (Obies presenter!) Anne Hathaway playing "Sea of Love" on last night's Jimmy Fallon. Conan's debut is the new ... More >>
'Saturday Night Live' in the post-Tina Fey, YouTube unknown