In the season-two finale of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.
In his next directorial feature, Finally Famous.
Oh hey, Taylor Lautner plays a frat guy in it.
He'll write and direct, with Scott Rudin producing.
This time joined by Kevin Hart, Questlove, Marlon Wayans, and Bill Bellamy. Seriously.
They discussed a potential tour!!
Vote with your laughs.
Robert Pattinson, Emma Stone, a bondage-scened Charlize Theron, and more in the greatest star portraits of the month.
Julie Delpy's follow up to 2 Days in Paris is an assured, sensitive, and occasionally very funny relationship comedy.
Plus: Will Ferrell fiercely defended his bedroom skills, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
"There’s gonna be bullsh*t anyway — there’s always bullsh*t in this business — but to have the least possible bullsh*t is actually great."
Your Sunday Long Reads: Gore Vidal’s Reading List, Chris Rock’s Return, and the Fan Fiction Universe
Another reason to stay indoors.
"If Sydney Pollack was around today, he’d be directing episodes of True Blood."
Starring the Rap Battle parody guy.
Watch ‘Talking Funny,’ a 50-Minute Conversation Between Louis C.K., Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, and Ricky Gervais
Chris Rock wants to get a little frisky, but Julie Delpy's amorous sister thwarts his intentions.
Julie Delpy and Chris Rock's indie romance.
Starring comedian W. Kamau Bell.
They'd play a "Jerry Springer couple."
Chris Rock, Lizzy Caplan, and nine more who blew away audiences and critics this year.
Chris Rock and Julie Delpy on Their Sundance Romance, On-screen Chemistry, and Racism Versus Stupidity
Rock: "There’s a difference between racism and 'I don’t know any better. I’m clueless.'"
"I'm trying to make that happen," Rock tells us.
The Q&A after Lee's Red Hook Summer gets a little heated.
And everyone thought Adam Sander's first sequel would be Jack & Jill ... Still!