The film will follow two commitment-phobic men and be produced by Judd Apatow.
With just two days until the midterm elections, now is the time for Americans to get out and vote.
“What else is going on? Um, I’ve been covering a bunch of tattoos, that’s fun," the "Saturday Night Live" star said.
The producer said that pre-"Breaking Bad," Cranston wasn't "scary enough to seem like a real drug dealer."
Back in 2006, the “Mission: Impossible” star had no clue it was a thing … unlike the rest of the world.
According to these films, smoking pot may make you dance the Charleston.
The late comedian's entry after a movie flop may be his best material.
“THE NUMBER ON GREAT GRANDPA’S ARM”: JANUARY 27 This moving documentary from director Amy Schatz details a conversation between
Shout it from the rooftops.
"That’s not dry mouth."
Celebrities like Emma Thompson and Ryan Gosling who are speaking out about Harvey Weinstein’s alleged harassment and abuse continue to highlight how this is part of a bigger problem in Hollywood.
"I’m not thinking about representing minorities. I’m not thinking about society," he told Vulture.
"You know the love you feel from your daughter right now? Soon that’ll be gone."
Paul Rudd for President: 2020.