Will Ferrell must really love beer -- more specifically, Old Milwaukee.
NBC has ordered a pilot presentation for an untitled comedy from actresses Lennon Parham and Jessica St. Clair.
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Just as Steve Carell is on his way out of Dunder Mifflin, Will Ferrell is moving in.
The 43-year-old funny man has signed on for a multi-episode arc on The Office, NBC announced Wednesday.
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Dumbledore has landed his first U.S. television gig.
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Michael Gambon is joining the cast of HBO's new drama Luck, reports Deadline.
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Jeers to The Kilborn File for an underwhelming first guest.
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Howard Stern will be joined by longtime sidekick Robin Quivers, film critic Richard Roeper (Ebert & Roeper), director Todd Phillips (Old School) and actor
Rob Corddry, a correspondent for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, follows in the footsteps of such comedic peers as Conan O'Brien and Saturday Night Live's Amy Poehler when he lends his voice to The N's O'Grady (Fridays at 9:30 pm/ET) this week. Here's what he had to tell us about his animated gig, advising Jon Stewart on the Oscars and more.
TVGuide.com: On O'Grady, who or what are you voicing? A news reporter, perhaps?Rob Corddry: No, actually
Harold Ramis directs John Cusack in The Ice Harvest.
There are a lot of movie directors who spend their entire careers working in a single genre. In a fickle industry where a couple of bombs can lead to prolonged unemployment, there's a certain job security in mining similar subject matter. On the rare occasion when a filmmaker does step out of character, they frequently find themselves chastised by critics and ignored by audiences that are shackled with expectation. Apparently, these concerns didn't weigh heavily on Harold Ramis when he decided to make The Ice Harvest. A dark yarn with a moral compass as slippery as the setting, The Ice Harvest is a far cry from the flicks that made Ramis. In fact, nothing in Animal House, Caddyshack or
Ellen Pompeo, Grey's Anatomy
Ellen Pompeo of ABC's red-hot Grey's Anatomy (Sundays at 10 pm/ET) opens up to TV Guide about her gypsy soul, her red-carpet style and how she really feels about Meredith and McDreamy.
TV Guide: You've been in movies with Jake Gyllenhaal, Leonardo DiCaprio and Luke Wilson. Why did you switch to TV? Ellen Pompeo: When there's a very strong female character, it's hard to walk away. In all the great, interesting films, the parts for me were really small, and the only lead par
Patrick Cranshaw — the 86-year-old whose performance as Blue in Old School made him a hero to frat boys who hope never to outgrow keggers — passed away of natural causes Wednesday at his home in Fort Worth. That same day, The Wire's Richard DeAngelis died of congestive heart failure. The 73-year-old actor, who played police colonel Raymond Foerster on the HBO drama, was also suffering from complications from prostate cancer.