Okay, so maybe last night’s Saturday Night Live skit has a point. At least I open mine.
Martin Freeman is great as Tim Canterbury in BBC's The Office. He's also great as Bilbo Baggins, a pint-sized hobbit from the Shire. With Freeman hosting last night's episode of Saturday Night Live, the comedy troupe stumbled upon a golden "two birds, one stone" opportunity.
You've probably noticed it called out in some Grand Theft Auto, Uncharted and BioShock games: those moments where the emotions being presented to you in cutscenes or dialogue don't match up with what the player's being told to do. And while that issue has been a point of contention for many years, I wasn't ever…
What kind of superhero movies will Marvel be releasing over the next few years? You could believe the studio's official announcement – or, you could believe Chris Pratt and the cast of Saturday Night Live.
During this weekend's episode of Saturday Night Live, real-life couple Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone took the stage to demonstrate how real kissing gets done, unless I am completely missing the point.
This past weekend SNL Korea parodied Counter-Strike and featured appearances from top StarCraft players.
Yesterday, after watching Professor X fire Gambit, a bunch of folks who professed their love for the Ragin’ Cajun said that their love affair started during the run of X-Men: The Animated Series in the 1990s. SNL star Taran Killam might be one of those people. Or he might love all the X-Men from that cartoon, because…
Yuri Seo is a voice actress for League of Legends. She's also a cast member of Saturday Night Live Korea. And recently, she conquered Facebook.
Poor Kevin Hart. All he wanted to do when he hosted SNL this weekend was eat "white people brains" and do the dance from "Thriller."
Who's ready for a game based on a five-year-old joke about a Saturday Night Live skit from twelve years ago? Thanks to the magic of the iPhone and iPad, Cowbell Hero becomes a real thing next month.
In the annals of TV history, I think Alec Baldwin aggressively jerking off two Wiimotes and making every masturbation double entendre imaginable will be remembered as just groundbreaking as Edith Bunker's menopause.
GTA on SNL? Well, if a movie did a $500 million opening week, bet your ass there'd be a skit on it the very next show. Here Niko Bellic and Vlad Glebov appear on Saturday Night Live's "Weekend Update" to complain about the negative image the game gives to Liberty City.
Most of the gag appears to be the permanent…