Did anyone get the impression from the new Elle magazine that Matt Damon might want someone to challenge President Obama on the Democratic side in 2012? . The ‘We Bought A Zoo’ star says he would have rather had “a one-term President with some balls who actually got stuff done.” (No, why would anyone think Damon actually has a problem with the President?)
You’ll find a lot of 2011′s top newsmakers and stories in the clip below, including (deep breath) Charlie Sheen, Herman Cain, Lindsey Lohan, Dr. Conrad Murray, Arnold’s Schwarzenegger’s love child, unemployment, Anthony Weiner, Rupert Murdoch, the Japan earthquake and non-gay Bert and Ernie.
We’ve all seen reporters doing a live remote during a snowstorm. Whether it’s an inch of snow that has fallen or a foot, the reporter will be out there, telling us what traffic is like and maybe picking up some snow to see if they can make a snowball.
The reporter in the clip below probably wishes he wasn’t out in the cold and probably wishes he could have a do-over with this report.
One of the great holiday memories from the ‘Saturday Night Live’ of the 1990s is the ‘I Wish It Was Christmas Today” song that Jimmy Fallon, Tracy Morgan, Chris Kattan and Horatio Sanz used to perform.
This year, our holiday wished came true and we got to see it again last night when Fallon hosted the show.
Remember the story of ‘Jack and the Beanstalk?’ Well, ‘Jack the Giant Killer’ will make you forget all that.
This new movie is a big-screen adventure, with epic battles and warriors on horseback and a farmboy accidentally opening a portal to another dimension. But those magic beans still figure into the plot.
By now everyone knows that Tim Tebow developed a habit of kneeling and praying at each football game, right? Well, in case you all were wondering if this ritual has any effect on the game, someone very special to the football star showed up on ‘Saturday Night Live‘ to clear the air. Yup, Jesus-impersonating Jason Sudeikis himself!
If you were to name 10 celebrities you would never think would agree to appear on a reality show, veteran actor Clint Eastwood would be near the top of such a list (if not the top). But that’s about to change.
Back in October, Jimmy Kimmel asked parents to film themselves telling their kids that they ate all their Halloween candy and then upload the video to YouTube. The resulting prank became a viral hit. On Monday, Kimmel struck again, asking parents to give their kids terrible early Christmas gifts and then film the results.
Needless to say, the kids were not happy. But you will be when you see their cute reactions.
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