Jimmy Fallon toiled through many jobs before making it big in show business. So, on Wednesday night’s edition of The Tonight Show, the host reminisced about when he used to work at Good Burger, which then triggered something pretty awesome: a Kenan & Kel reunion. The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon airs Weeknights at 11:35pm Eastern/Pacific on NBC.
IT’S HERE!!! ALL OF SEASON ONE OF THE BRAND NEW PODCAST ARE YOU AFRAID OF THE SNARK?!!! Comedian Lane Moore (The Onion, VH1) invites comedians, writers, and performers from The Onion, The Colbert Report, VH1, MTV, and even former cast members themselves to join in mocking the 1990’s Nickelodeon TV show Are You Afraid Of The Dark? in the form of a podcast. Listeners can then sync up the running commentary track with each episode. It is the greatest. If you have access to DVDs of AreRead More →
Denzel Washington is back as The Equalizer, a film starring a dramatic actor in his late 50’s/early 60’s in a role of an avenging tough guy, took the top spot in its first weekend in release. The other film starring a dramatic actor in his late 50’s/early 60’s in a role of an avenging tough guy, A Walk Among the Tombstones with Liam Neeson, dropped down FIVE SPOTS from its debut last week, coming in seventh place with only $4.234Read More →
Three new films opened this weekend and the one adapted from a not-so-well known novel and featuring no major stars landing in the top spot as The Maze Runner made a pretty nice $32.5 million in its first three days in release. Not bad a flick that’s pretty much there to tiddy everyone over until the next Hunger Games comes out in November. The other major releases, A Walk Among the Tombstones and This Is Where I Leave You, didn’tRead More →
No good deed goes unpunished while No Good Deed debuts at number one at the box office on a very slow weekend, making an estimated $24.5 million over the course of three days. Not bad for a film that cost only $13.2 million to make. And also not bad for an film starring Idris Elba that doesn’t have him fighting giant monsters. In second place is the family flick Dolphin Tale 2, which is about, we assume, a dolphin. TheRead More →
Every Friday, The Experiment showcases comedians you should be following on Twitter and in this week’s edition of ‘Why Aren’t You Following?’ we proudly present to you the Tweets of Atlanta-based comic Nick Gibbons! A Grand Prairie, Texas native, Nick started out in the New York City comedy scene, studying and performing at The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre where he was a part of the house improv team, America!. Outside of improv, Nick performed at other venues such as TheRead More →
Not too many changes at the box office this weekend since there were no major releases so the top three films last week — Guardians of the Galaxy, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and If I Stay, respectively — continued their reign in the same positions. One major take away is that Guardians is just $5.4 million away from crossing the $300 million mark, which would be a first for a film released in 2014. The Marvel hit will be theRead More →
Well, Guardians of the Galaxy did it again. It’s the number one film in North America thanks to a very weak slate of new releases this Labor Day weekend — and the fact that it is awesome. Guardians made an additional $16.3 million for a total $274.6 million, making it the most successful film releases in 2014. It is also well on it’s way to being the year’s first film to break $300 million. The reboot of Teenage Mutant NinjaRead More →