We all know that Oscar-winner Jamie Foxx is both a talented actor and a great singer (I mean, the man can even make The Brady Bunch theme song sexy…), but we had no idea his musical impressions game was this strong.
If there’s one thing most parents are good at, it’s finding ways to stay entertained using anything and everything around the house. That was the case for Lilly and Leon Orson, creators of Cardboard Box Office, a blog that began after they accumulated a lot of cardboard boxes (due to moving) and a baby (due to, well, you know how that stuff works).
With their social lives drastically altered, they wanted to find a way to make housebound weekends more fun, so they began building famous movie (and some television) scenes out of what they affectionately call their “favorite domestic junk.”
The costumes, props, and sets in Cardboard Box Office are created entirely out of everyday household items, toys, cardboard, and “three individuals slowly losing their sanity.”
Haylie Duff may have grown up in front of the camera playing fictional characters like Sandy Jameson (on 7th Heaven) and Summer Wheatley (in Napoleon Dynamite), but it’s her real life in front of the camera that keeps her busy now.
With the second season of her cooking show The Real Girl’s Kitchen now airing on Cooking Channel (Saturdays at 1 PM ET), we sat down with Haylie Duff to discuss cooking, motherhood, Napoleon Dynamite, and much more.
And be sure to check out one of Haylie’s own favorite recipes at the very end of the story!
Let’s face it: Avengers: Age of Ultron is going to make a bazillion bucks at the box office when it opens this coming weekend. That doesn’t, however, make it too big for the adorable folks at Sesame Street to satirize.
Another in the program’s long line of parodies, Aveggies: Age of Bon Bon is an instant Sesame Street classic.
Perhaps the best part is the fact that not even Sesame Street can help but poke a little fun at the Hawkeye character. Ha!
If you’ve ever seen Comedy Central’s show Key & Peele then you already know just how funny the comedy duo of Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele can be, but did you ever imagine you’d see Key at the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner?
That’s exactly what happened this past week as Keegan-Michael Key joined the President as his “Anger Translator” during his speech at the annual event, and the results are absolutely hilarious.
If you’re a fan of Seinfeld, you probably remember George Costanza’s famous answering machine message, which was a riff on the theme song from the TV series Greatest American Hero.
Well, apparently the star of 2 Broke Girls, Kat Dennings, is such a huge Seinfeld fan that she recorded the scene off YouTube to use as her own voice mail.
In a great turn of events, both Jason Alexander (who played Costanza) and Dennings appeared on Thursday night’s Late Late Show so when Alexander heard Dennings’ story, he decided to re-record the message for her live on the show.