It's the boyish grin, isn't it?
That must be what Jimmy Fallon deploys to get celebrities to play whatever game he comes up with during their time on "The Tonight Show," from becoming a human hamster wheel to Face Balls to Box of Lies.
But Fallon's smile didn't have to work too hard this week, as he brought out more usual fare: beer pong for Nina Dobrev, and Pictionary for Megan Fox, Wiz Khalifa and Nick Cannon. (Yes, they all played Pictionary together. What of it?)
Three seasons and fourteen episodes just isn't enough to contain a personality like David Brent's from "The Office."
The laughably awful boss, whom Ricky Gervais played on the original, U.K. version of "The Office," is now getting his own movie.
Don't mistake Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting holding up production on "The Big Bang Theory" as a desire to be off the show.
To the contrary, the 28-year-old actress tells Women's Health magazine in its September issue that she'd be just fine playing a "girl-next-door" like "BBT's" Penny for as long as possible. (At least, as long as she's getting good pay - or so it would seem.)
On "The Colbert Report," wily James Franco tried to catch Colbert out of character.
Of course, he failed, but that didn't make his attempt any less admirable.
What happens when two of animation's ruling families meet? Donuts are had, beer is shared ... and things quickly go awry.
At San Diego Comic-Con over the weekend, Fox released a nearly five-minute clip of their anticipated "Simpsons" crossover episode featuring the Griffins from "Family Guy."
As Batman celebrates his 75th anniversary, the hero's story is being told from all angles.
On Fox this fall, "Gotham" will tackle Bruce Wayne's younger years through the eyes of Commissioner Gordon (Ben McKenzie). But as much as it's about the beginning of Batman, it's also about the beginning of his enemies, as a new trailer shows.
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