Did someone call for a wedding crasher?
Men at Work has tapped Fringe grad Kevin Corrigan to guest-star on an upcoming episode, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Exclusive: Jason Lee to annoy the Men at Work
Corrigan will play...
Larry David, Kate Hudson
It's not a new season of Curb Your Enthusiasm, but Larry David's upcoming HBO movie Clear History is starting to sound like a pretty good placeholder.
David, 65, revealed the cast and plot for his upcoming film, which will include Jon Hamm...
Aidy Bryant and Tim Robinson
Saturday Night Live is adding two new faces. Aidy Bryant and Tim Robinson are slated to join the sketch comedy series for its upcoming 38th season, The Comic's Comic reports.
Both comedians are veterans of the legendary Chicago improv troupe Second City, which boasts a hefty list of SNL alums, including Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Bryant is also a member the musical improv group Baby Wants Candy.
Justin Kirk, Bill Pullman
NBC's 2012-2013 TV lineup is going to the dogs, the cats... and the White House?
NBC picked up the Presidential family comedy 1600 Penn and the Justin Kirk-led sitcom, Animal Practice, to series.
NBC orders Ryan Murphy comedy and J.J. Abrams action drama
From Modern Family's Jason Winer and Book of Mormon star...
Ed Helms , Bill Hader
Saturday Night Live's Bill Hader and The Office's Ed Helms have joined Mindy Kaling's Fox comedy pilot, EW reports.
Law & Order's Sam Waterston has joined the cast of Aaron Sorkin's HBO pilot, TVLine.com reports.
Olivia Munn, Alison Pill sign on for Aaron Sorkin's HBO pilot
The series stars Jeff Daniels as the co-anchor of a cable news show who must deal with a new team after his fellow host jumps ship for another job and takes most of the staff with him. Waterston will play...
Olivia Munn and Alison Pill have joined Aaron Sorkin's HBO pilot about a fictional cable news network, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Munn, 30, and Pill, 25, join Jeff Daniels, who will play Will, the co-anchor of a cable news show who must...
Martin Sheen has been cast as Uncle Ben in the upcoming Spider-Man reboot, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Rhys Ifan joins Spider-Man as villain
In the Marvel comic, Uncle Ben ...
Another week of Saturday Night Live, another host wasted with mediocre skits. Easy A star Emma Stone popped in and out of skits so briefly it seemed like she wasn't even hosting the show.
As for the skits she did appear in:
Welsh actor Rhys Ifan has been cast as a villain in the upcoming Spider-Man reboot, Columbia Pictures announced Monday.
The filmmakers have declined to say which baddie Ifan will play.
"We have been very fortunate to attract some of the best actors working today to play the villains in the Spider-Man movies, and it is exciting to see that trend continue...