Mariah Carey, the pop superstar and all-around perfect celebrity, has directed a Hallmark Channel movie. Better yet, it is a Christmas movie. Best yet, it is a movie with Lacey Chabert, best known for her role as Gretchen Weiners in "Mean Girls." This does not look like a great movie.
It’s the week before American Thanksgiving, which means a lot of people have already given up and just going through the motions at work until that sweet, sweet five-day weekend. Since that also means the entertainment news cycle has slowed to a trickle, things are getting a little…weird.
Like “Wizard COPS” parody weird. Is it wrong that I want someone to pick this up and turn it into a comedy series?
Are there many great Thanksgiving movies? Not really. But there are plenty of appropriate movies to watch amid a tryptophan haze.
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Our host for tonight is Matthew McConaughey, who said “All right, all right, all right” in his first movie and now we’ll never let him forget it. You may know McConaughey as the young Texan stoner from Dazed and Confused, as the constantly shirtless heartthrob from various romantic comedies, as a very skinny and very serious actor pushing for an EGOT any way he knows how, or as that guy who tried to sell you a Lincoln once in a fever dream (Wait, what? THAT WAS ACTUALLY A COMMERCIAL I WATCHED IN REAL LIFE?).
Katniss ends up posterized and Falcon helps Seth Rogen vomit in church: do these sound like good ideas? Oh, yes.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt realized something about lip-syncing before he went on the Spike TV show "Lip Sync Battle": There is nothing inherently cool about lip-syncing. You have to bring style, commitment, and intensity if you want the act to be memorable, and he did just that. Here he is utterly stunning you -- and perhaps even a few queens on "RuPaul's Drag Race" -- with his version of "Rhythm Nation."
"Supermarket Sweep" is one of the most memorable game shows of the '90s. Who doesn't want to race through the aisles of Whole Foods and shove bricks of cheese into their cart?
But in a new featurette starring host (and "Three's Company" alum) David Ruprecht, we learn a secret that could've helped a lot of contestants: Avoid those hams and stick to hair products for maximum cart efficiency.
We have watched Ellen DeGeneres terrify celebrities with prank scares long enough. Let's take a stand by continuing to watch these scares and praying it never, ever happens to us. Because I would not react to Michael Myers jumping out of a box with the grace that Lea Michele exhibits here.