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Last night's MTV Movie Awards were weird, because much of the two-hour paid advertisement for upcoming blockbusters (like the Sandra Bullock/Ryan Reynolds rom com The Proposal. JK.) was ACTUALLY…   Read Story »
gabe: who do you think should win the coveted Best WTF? Moment at the MTV Movie Awards? lindsay: Well for one thing, it should be something that is actually WTF. Like, Amy Poehler peeing in the sink…   Read Story »
Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone, and Akiva Schaffer performed their song "I'm On A Boat" live for the first time, backed up by The Roots on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night, to probable frat boy…   Read Story »
More free advertising for the MTV Movie Awards, but these things just keep being really funny. The latest is Andy Samberg for Best Female Performance in "Evenings With Miss Elouise," for which Anne…   Read Story »
No matter how one feels about Justin Timberlake, when you watch him host SNL, you can't help but judge most celebrities who do the same job without having to memorize choreography and songs for…   Read Story »
Okay, yes internet, Andy Samberg has made another funny MTV Movie Awards Promo with a sweaty Will Arnett and a stabby Bill Hader: I can't wait for the Samberg version of "Best WTF Moment," though.…   Read Story »
The MTV Movie Awards promo starring Jack Black, Michael Cera, and host Andy Samberg that they're showing on TV was funny, but this version is even funnier: Is it wrong that I'm actually looking…   Read Story »
This was a great week for SNL on the musical guest front. I haven't been excited to see an SNL musical guest since I was fourteen, and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs did not disappoint (and in fact delighted.…   Read Story »
Some people with Twitters seemed to think that this weekend's SNL with host Seth Rogen was "meh." Those people don't know what they're talking about. Clearly, they don't watch the show every week, or…   Read Story »
This weekend's Videogum Movie Club selection, Paul Rudd and Jason Segel's I Love You, Man, came in second at the box office to Nicolas Cage's Knowing (though it still did pretty well.) How is…   Read Story »