Jaime Fox, Ted
Django Unchained and Ted earned the most MTV Movie Award nominations, with each film garnering seven nods including for Movie of the Year, Best On-Screen Duo, Best Fight, Best WTF Moment and Best Kiss. Django's Jamie Foxx and Ted's Mila Kunis also got...
If you haven't heard the news yet, Seth MacFarlane is hosting the Oscars.
It's a bold, surprising selection, especially since the Family Guy, American Dad and Cleveland Show creator has little to do with films, has no hosting experience and is literally not a famous face. But after you get through the initial shock, MacFarlane is almost an inspired choice by the Academy.
Don't believe us? Here are six reasons why MacFarlane is a good choice to emcee Hollywood's biggest night.
Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane will host the 2013 Oscars, the Academy announced Monday. It will be his first time as host.
MacFarlane, who recently hosted Saturday Night Live and presented an award at last month's Emmys, called the opportunity "an overwhelming privilege."
Saturday Night Live returned for its season premiere in full election mode. The exits of high-profile cast members Kristen Wiig, Andy Samberg and Abby Elliott weren't immediately felt thanks to strong impressions from the likes of Jay Pharoah as President Barack Obama and Bill Hader as Republican National Convention speaker, and chair enthusiast, Clint Eastwood.
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In the show's cold open, Fred Armisen officially passed the baton of impersonating the President to Pharoah...
Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane will host Saturday Night Live when the show returns for its 38th season on Sept. 15, NBC announced on Wednesday.
MacFarlane, who also ecently directed the film Ted, will be joined by musical guest Frank Ocean. This will be the first appearance for both on the sketch show.
SNL alum Abby Elliott heading to How I Met Your Mother
FX is known mostly for its original series, from Sons of Anarchy and Justified to Louie and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. But as much as 80 percent of the cable network's schedule is still devoted to theatrical movies — which is why FX execs have been on a blockbuster buying spree again this summer.
FX has landed the lion's share of this summer's box office No. 1 films, ultimately plopping at least $200 million for movies such as The Avengers, Men in Black 3 and The Amazing Spider-Man. Most recently, FX picked up the rights to last weekend's No. 1 film, The Bourne Legacy.
It was a good weekend for sequels as The Bourne Legacy knocked The Dark Knight Rises from the top spot at the box office after three weeks at No. 1.
The fourth film in the Bourne series, which stars Jeremy Renner in the lead role, raked in $40.3 million in its opening weekend. New comedy The Campaign, starring Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis, put up a respectable fight and came in just behind at $27.4 million.
Total Recall matched its predecessor, but it couldn't muster much more at the weekend box office.
The remake of the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger film, this time starring Colin Farrell, Kate Beckinsale and Jessica Biel, grossed an estimated $26 million in...
The Dark Knight Rises
The Dark Knight Rises drew $64.1 million in its second week, keeping it on top at the weekend box office.
The third and final film in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy, which stars Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, dropped 60 percent from its opening weekend, Box Office Mojo reports. It has now grossed...
Ice Age: Continental Drift
They may be prehistoric, but the characters of Ice Age showed they still have some bite left at the box office.
Ice Age: Continental Drift, featuring the voices of Ray Romano and Denis Leary, grossed an estimated $46 million in its opening weekend to take the weekend's top spot, Box Office Mojo reports.
The Amazing Spider-Man spins strong web at box office, Katy Perry leaves audiences cold
The Amazing Spider-Man fell to second place with...