Julianne Moore heads to Times Square to steal tips from Elmo and Spiderman with her Academy Award-winning skills.
Hulk will pass on the zumba.
That guy from the band Creed reviews the movie Creed, and wonders what all the boxing is about.
J.J. Abrams shares the never-before-seen screen tests that didn't quite make the cut.
It's almost as awkward without words as it is with words.
Sadly, the cat circus is still a thing of the future.
Ainsley Harriott's coffee recipe has one magical ingredient — lots of rum.
Rocky 4 gets the 30 for 30 treatment in this spoof from College Humor.
Nick Offerman does you the favor of nutshelling Oprah's latest list of favorite things.
Bryan Cranston joins Stephen Colbert on a grassy knoll to ponder the big questions of existence.
Sir David Attenborough describes the bizarre behavior of a pop star in the wild.
Razor blades taste the best.
People wondering where Luke Skywalker is in the star Wars trailer aren't looking very hard.
Win, lose, or draw, this is the same press conference you hear after every game, every time.
This could very well have spoilers for Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
This is what you get when you replace gibberish with gibberish.
Kim Novelle became the first person to run a marathon — without telling a soul.
ESPN's 30 for 30 looks at the most spectacular resurgence in baseball history.
John Oliver gets some help from three well-known Canadians for an explainer of their national election.
Sometimes, being a good mom means you disappear for a week and slum it in Phoenix.