James Nesbitt is a bit of a renaissance man.
It’s beginning to look a lot like gift-mas around EW’s headquarters—which is why we decided to devote this week’s PopWatch Confessional to the real reason for the season (read: presents). The question posed to our staffers: What’s the best pop culture-related gift you’ve ever received?
Molly Smith, editorial assistant: My friend is an artist, and one of our favorite movies is Step Brothers. She painted me a portrait of the Step Brothers cover, but replaced Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly with James Blunt and Clay Aiken, artists we poke fun at occasionally. (The painting is pictured above.) It’s certainly a conversation starter! READ FULL STORY
Call of Duty‘s Zombies mode has been a staple of the franchise, in which the shooter franchise that attempts to ground players in realistic wartime combat scenarios lets loose and floods those war zones with hordes of the undead.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is no different, and this time around, Activision has brought in a number of recognizable actors to help stave off the zombie plague. One of them is John Malkovich.
Every week, EW puts a spotlight on the best lines of the week, uttered in film, television, and pop culture. This week highlights a farewell from Jax Teller (Charlie Hunnam), Chris Rock’s speculations on what type of roles Tupac would be in if he were alive now, and so much more. Without further ado… READ FULL STORY
Update: Comedy Central has released a full list of Colbert finale guests; scroll to the bottom of this post to see who appeared in the background, or just for the blink of an eye.
There are star-studded finales… and then there’s the last episode of The Colbert Report, which united pretty much everyone you’ve ever heard of (and plenty of people you haven’t) in a giant, giddy singalong. Want to see just who appeared to say goodbye to Colbert? Here’s a full list, complete with photos:
According to Chris Rock, The Interview may not be in theaters, but audiences can still watch it if they’re willing to trek up to 125th St. in New York City.
Amy Adams can be hilarious, charming, and a great performer—but you may want to think carefully about choosing her for a Flip Cup teammate.
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