They should change the name of the show to AWKWARD! With Kelly and Michael!
[Image via ABC.]
This year's Super Bowl was watched by A LOT of people — including some of our favorite A-listers!
Although, we shouldn't be too shocked by this since S.B. 50 featured two tough teams, the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers, and performances by Coldplay, Bruno Mars… oh and a little diva named Beyoncé! Casual.
Unfortunately, it seems that most of Hollywood's celebs were rather underwhelmed by the game itself and simply wanted to see the epic collaborative halftime show. On the game itself, stars like Sarah Silverman, Debra Messing, and Donald Trump posted on Twitter:
Whew! We didn't think we were ever going to see this movie!
What do you do with a movie featuring an all-star cast that includes Anna Kendrick, Miles Teller, Bryan Cranston, and Alison Brie? Well, if you're the studio with the rights to Get A Job, that answer is put it on a shelf to collect dust.
Roger Dodger director Dylan Kidd's coming-of-age comedy was in the can THREE YEARS ago, back when lead Miles was a virtual unknown, and just sort of disappeared…
But before it could become the stuff of legend, like Jerry Lewis' The Day The Clown Cried, CBS Films finally gave it a release — though not a release date yet.
Ch-ch-check out the trailer for the movie coming some time in 2016 (above)!
This would be AH-Mazing!
With Grease: Live all wrapped, the world is looking for the next live musical, and we think we've found a winner!
Anna Kendrick was obviously VERY vocal during Grease: Live as she live-tweeted the show. However, one of the best things to appear on her Twitter account yesterday was TV writer Megan Ganz proposing a version of Dirty Dancing Live with Kendrick and Channing Tatum. Anna responded saying:
Of course Jordan Peele chimed in saying:
Well this idea could be starting to snowball as ET caught up with Tatum last night at the Hail, Caesar! premiere and he said:
We're right there with you, Anna!
We already showed you what most of the Twitterverse thought about FOX's live show… but we've saved the best for last.
Ch-ch-check out the very best of Anna's Grease: Live reactions (below)!!!
FOX just set the bar for live stage shows, and the Internet knows it.
While NBC was the first network to enter the live musical game, Grease: Live kind of blew everything they've done out of the water thanks to the audience, sets, and breathtaking talent from Julianne Hough, Aaron Tveit, Vanessa Hudgens, and the rest of the cast!
You already know how much we loved it, but what did Twitter have to say about the production?
Ch-ch-check out the best Twitter reactions to Grease: Live (below)!!!
This looks pretty darn cute.
Anna Kendrick has proven that she can carry a franchise, so it makes sense that Dreamworks would tap her to lead their newest and sweetest movie yet!
The first official teaser for Trolls dropped Thursday morning, and while we don't get a ton of plot, we barely even noticed because of how magical all that hair looks — it's practically real!
None of the A-List voice work was showcased, but with Justin Timberlake, Gwen Stefani, James Corden, Russell Brand, Ron Funches, Icona Pop, Kunal Nayyar, GloZell, and Meg DeAngelis joining Anna, this movie may be unstoppable.
Plus, it's also a musical, so we have a feeling this is going to be like a much better version of Smurfs. LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out a sneak peek of Trolls before it premieres November 4 (above)!!!
Kendrick Lamar is kicking off the new year in full force!
The King Kunta rapper stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday night, and it looks like with a new year, comes new music from K Dot.
He performed a BRAND NEW song with The Roots called Untitled II!
As he refers to himself in the song, "cornrow Kenny" went hard on the mic performing this new lyrical hit — maybe he's still riding the high from his whopping 11 Grammy nominations!
Either way, we have a feeling 2016 will be the year of Kendrick! (That feeling also applies to Anna Kendrick, obviously.)
Ch-ch-check out the show stopping performance that made Fallon all giddy at the end (below)!