13 items from 2017
Will Ferrell reveals that the only original movie that he and Adam McKay created together, that he would think about doing a sequel for, is Step Brothers. Ferrell is out promoting his new comedy The House, which unfortunately took a pretty big hit during its debut weekend. Critics were pretty brutal on the movie, some claiming that, while the movie has two great comedic stars, it has zero laughs. It may very well go down as Will Ferrell's weakest at the box office since 1999's Superstar. A lot of Ferrell's movies are torn up by critics, but later go on to cult status, which could very well be the case with The House.
Will Ferrell was recently on Watch What Happens with Andy Cohen to promote The House. During the after show, Ferrell was asked by a fan about the possibility of a sequel for Elf and A Night at the Roxbury. »
A Night at the Roxbury. President George W. Bush. The Spartan Cheerleaders. Will Ferrell spent seven years creating memorable characters and sketches on Saturday Night Live from 1996-2002, so when asked to name a favorite sketch on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, he just couldn't. "That's too hard," he told host Andy Cohen. However, he could name one of his least favorite sketches, which in a way is also one of his favorites. "I had many, many sketches that died, which I kind of perversely loved," Ferrell, who stars in The House alongside Amy Poehler, said. "I'll say my least was one where I dressed up as Gabe Kaplan from Welcome Back, Kotter, and I worked in an »
Bouncers have featured in a wide range of movies over the years, which range from romantic comedies to some of the most action-packed movies that can be found out there. Sometimes, they have been no more than minor roles. Other times, they have been the stars of their own stories, thus making the impressions that they left on the viewers that much stronger. Here are five of the top bouncers in movies: Roxbury Bouncer – A Night at the Roxbury Played by Michael Clarke Duncan, the bouncer for the Roxbury had no name, but it cannot be denied that he
The Top Five Bouncers in Cinematic History »
- Nat Berman
The season 24 premiere of Dancing With the Stars was full of sweet surprises!
We've covered all the big moments from Monday's show Here, but now, we're breaking down each piece of choreography. Who had the most difficult dance? Which star executed the best tricks? Which choreographer went above and beyond in the ballroom? The judges locked in their scores, and here at Et, we're doing the same. Keep reading for more!
Dance highlight: Ummm, the entire dance?! There were high kicks, dips and a beautiful spin towards the end of the number (and we can't forget about that flawless flip Simone executed during the show's opening number!). When it comes to level of difficulty, Sasha's choreography for week one exceeded our expectations, resulting in a well-deserved »
Chris Kattan knows he looked pretty stiff on the season premiere of Dancing with the Stars, but his performance is actually astounding considering he spent the last 20 years recovering from breaking his neck.
“I broke my neck and I had four surgeries regarding that the last 20 years basically. One in my back, one through the throat … I had to be careful for a really long time,” the former Saturday Night Live star, 46, told reporters after Monday’s episode of the ABC reality dance competition.
The actor revealed the injury was the result of “a stunt thing” but he declined to share any more details. »
- Patrick Gomez
Season 24 of Dancing With the Stars kicked off on Monday, with a whole new slate of competitors and the return of some of the show's best pros.
After the first night, it was pretty clear who has what it takes to go all the way, and who is likely going to get the ax within the first few weeks, though there were more than a few surprises! Here's a look at the night's strongest performers and weakest links.
Teaming up with Valentin Chmerkovskiy, the Fifth Harmony singer pulled off an impressive quickstep set to Erin Bowman's "Good Time Good Life" that impressed the judges. Together, the pair earned a 27 out of 40.
The pressure was high going into the premiere for the Glee alum and former backup dancer, given her extensive »
“Dancing With the Stars” returns tonight for Season 24 on ABC.
It may be the most exciting yet given the caliber of the cast — not in terms of name recognition (Bonner Bolton, anyone?), but for their dance experience.
In recent seasons, it’s been standout performances, not big names, that have drawn viewers week after week. Who can forget Nyle Dimarco turning in memorable routines week after week, despite being deaf. Dimarco was barely known beforehand (he won “America’s Next Top Model”) before claiming the “DWTS” mirror ball trophy in 2016.
The majority of the Season 24 contestants have had some dance or performing experience, which will raise the level of competition. Here are the top contenders.
The “Glee” actress was once a backup dancer for Beyonce, and not since Olympic ice dancers Meryl Davis and Charlie White competed were contestants so heavily favored (Davis won in 2014). Morris competed on “So You Think You Can Dance” before »
- Lawrence Yee
Dancing With the Stars fans, are you ready for an all-new season?
Ahead of Monday's premiere, airing at 8 p.m. Et on ABC, Et's filling you in on everything you need to know about what to expect from season 24. From what's been happening in rehearsals to who has the best team names, we've got you covered.
So from the time the dance pros find out which celebrity they're paired with to actual show day, what exactly happens? Et caught up with Witney Carson last Friday, who broke it all down for us!
"We'll actually start rehearsing about three weeks prior to the premiere date, and that is usually a little sporadic," she explained. "Usually [the stars] are still traveling and trying to get their schedules cleared so they can be available. But for the most part, we practice »
Witney Carson is ready to pull some never-before-seen moves on the dance floor!
Et caught up with the 23-year-old dancer on Friday, where she gave us the scoop on how she and her partner, Saturday Night Live veteran Chris Kattan, are preparing for the season 24 premiere of Dancing With the Stars.
Related: 'Dancing With the Stars' First Dances Revealed -- Here's How Each Contestant Feels About Them!
"I'm feeling really good! My choreography plan, and I'm going to be completely honest, is doing just completely outrageous things," Witney dished. "Like, I'm just going to do it so that people remember that routine. There will be something in there, a moment, or a couple of moves -- something that people will go, 'You know what? That was really cool. I remember that over the other dances because it was completely different.'"
"That's what I'm going to try and do," she continued »
There are still a few more days until the season 24 premiere of Dancing with the Stars, but fans can already start envisioning what the sequined night will look like!
The song and dance style list has been released, and it appears some stars are sticking with what they know. Here’s the entire list of routines to expect when season 24 premieres March 20.
- Patrick Gomez
Dancing With the Stars better secure the rights to Haddaway's "What Is Love" for new contestant Chris Kattan. E! News has learned the Saturday Night Live veteran is in serious talks to compete in season 24 of the reality dance competition and you can be sure there will be some Night at the Roxbury, which used "What Is Love," homages. Perhaps Mr. Peepers will make an appearance? Kattan appeared on SNL from 1996 to 2003 and starred in the A Night at the Roxbury flick, a spinoff from the sketch series, opposite Will Ferrell. His other credits include Corky Romano, Monkeybone, Nancy Drew and on TV, The Middle, How I Met Your Mother and voice work on Bunnicula and Jake and the Never Land Pirates. Kattan dipped »
Party On! 25 Years of Wayne’s WorldParty On! 25 Years of Wayne’s WorldKurt Anthony2/14/2017 12:42:00 Pm
Today is Valentine’s Day. Duh!
If you weren’t able to find yourself a babe, a mega-babe, a robo-babe, or even a Baberham Lincoln, you might be spending today alone. That’s both bogus and sad! Instead of thinking about the psycho hose beasts in your life, grab your bestie, your favourite flannel, and head down to your parent’s basement to watch the most excellent buddy flick, Wayne’s World. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll hurl!
Released on February 14, 1992, Wayne’s World celebrates its 25th anniversary today and…we’re not worthy! Based on the "Saturday Night Live" sketch created by Canadian comedy king, Mike Myers, the film became an instant classic and went on to make over $180M worldwide.
Take this opportunity to expand your melon and »
- Kurt Anthony
Wayne’s World, the blockbuster comedy starring Mike Myers and Dana Carvey based on the now-classic Saturday Night Live recurring sketch, turns 25 on Tuesday, Feb. 14 -- Happy Valentine’s Day! -- and we’re still in love.
It’s one of the best of the feature films to spin out of the long-running NBC sketch comedy series, but each has its own charm that could be worth revisiting or seeing for the first time. Do note our suggested binge-viewing order -- from best to worst -- if you want your party time to be excellent.
The Blues Brothers (1980)
Why you should see it now: The first Saturday Night Live feature film is second only to Wayne’s World in worldwide box office revenue and is considered a comedy classic. John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd remain the quintessential SNL duo who »
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