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Watch a fan-made trailer for the DC/Marvel mash-up that'll never happen

There are approximately 72 superhero movies coming out over the next 10 years, but the one thing audiences shouldn’t expect to see any time soon is a crossover between Marvel and DC’s cinematic universes.

So this awesome fan-made trailer will have to suffice for now.


Pete Davidson declares love for Amy Adams 'Love Actually'-style in cut 'SNL' sketch

Sure, it’s over a decade late, but Saturday Night Live finally broke out its Love Actually parody in a sketch cut from the Dec. 20 episode.


JibJab mocks 2014 in its latest year-in-review video

As they do each year, the puckish animators over at JibJab have skewered the events of the past 12 months. JibJab has now been in the “year-in-review” game for a decade, and still its signature ensemble jigs (~1:32) are good for a laugh. We should all strive for such consistency.

Live read of 'The Interview' coming to New York theater


Though Sony is not releasing The Interview on Christmas, New York’s Treehouse Theater is bringing a version of The Interview to the stage two days later.  READ FULL STORY

Ringo Starr, Steven Tyler and more celebs pay tribute to Joe Cocker

British rock/soul singer Joe Cocker has passed away at the age of 70, and his death is being felt all over the entertainment world. Friends, contemporaries, and colleagues have taken to social media to share their condolences and their fondest memories of the late musician—including ex-Beatle Ringo Star, who saw Cocker’s career take off with his cover of “With a Little Help from My Friends.”


Watch 'Mishaps In Space': A supercut of intergalactic uh-ohs from movie history

The tagline of 1979’s Alien was “In space no one can hear you scream.” It’s grabby, though not entirely accurate: Film history abounds with instances of galactic hollering, often about things gone awry. To cap a year that added Guardians of the Galaxy, Interstellar, and, why not, the Force Awakens trailer (call it a placeholder) to the space movie canon, we worked with supercut maestro Jonathan Keogh to stitch together the most memorable examples of malfunctions in the cosmos.


See Michael C. Hall sing 'Angry Inch' from 'Hedwig' -- exclusive

Even out of costume, Michael C. Hall can still embody the titular “internationally ignored song stylist” of Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Case in point: His recent wig-less performance of the song “Angry Inch” at The Hills NYC.

Hall was on hand at the club for a Road Recovery benefit concert that paid tribute to the late Don Hill himself. The space where he performed is the new incarnation of a venue called Don Hill’s, where Hedwig was originally born as part of the club’s weekly SqueezeBox party. Hall, who is currently playing Hedwig on Broadway, performed the song alongside co-star Lena Hall (who won a Tony for her performance as Yitzhak), Hedwig composer/lyricist/co-creator Stephen Trask, and Miriam Shor, the original Yitzhak. READ FULL STORY

Watch Harry Styles and Kristen Wiig dance together at 'Saturday Night Live' after party

If Lorne Michaels can ever get One Direction and Kristen Wiig back to Saturday Night Live, it looks like he has a ready-made sketch waiting to be aired.


Katniss Everdeen gets the wax treatment at Madame Tussauds

You can now visit wax versions of Katniss Everdeen in Madame Tussauds around the world—though the Mockingjay won’t look too happy to see you.

The Hunger Games heroine, as played by Jennifer Lawrence, has gotten the wax figure treatment. Facsimiles of Katniss are now on display at Tussauds’ London, Hollywood, and New York locations. READ FULL STORY

Mel Brooks chimes in on 'The Interview' debacle

Mel Brooks has directed some controversial comedies during his legendary career, so he understands how Seth Rogen and James Franco might be feeling now that The Interview has been pulled from its Dec. 25 release date.

In their comedy—which was the cause of a gigantic cyberattack on Sony—two TV journalists assassinate North Korean leader-for-life Kim Jong-un. In The Producers, Brooks put Adolf Hitler in ice skates and built a ridiculous Broadway musical around his notoriety. Of course, as Brooks told Jimmy Kimmel on Thursday night, “I waited ’til Hitler was dead,” he said. “I don’t know how crazy [North Korea is], so I’m going to ask you to stop talking about it.” READ FULL STORY

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