Pop culture has a way of claiming holidays, or inventing them entirely. "Parks and Recreation" turned February 13 into Galentine's Day; "Seinfeld" gave us all a Festivus for the rest of us; "Mean Girls"
Leap Day 2020 is upon us, and sure, you don’t get the day off for the occasion — in fact, you’ll have to go to work for an extra day this year — but there’s still something novel about saying that it’s
Amy Poehler Is Returning to Co-Host the Golden Globes with Tina Fey for a 'Simple and Selfish Reason'
Amy Poehler is making this the year she says “yes and no to the right things”—and that includes choosing to return to co-host the Golden Globe Awards with Tina Fey in 2021. “It’s really just a simple selfish
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For over five decades on stage and screen, Carol Kane has showcased her distinctive voice in classic films like Annie Hall (1977) and The Princess Bride (1987). But as the two-time Emmy winner, 67, tells
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