Tough week for celebrity love.
"It really is like torture."
Wesley Snipes and Liz Lemon, together again.
Last Night on Late Night: Jimmy Kimmel Gave Jennifer Love Hewitt a Huge Billboard Cutout of Her Boobs
Plus: Nick Offerman gave an interpretive reading of tweets by Selena Gomez and Miley Cyrus, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
They'll play pioneering sex researchers on the Showtime drama.
"I'm still sort of in my phase where I need a long lay down in a darkened room, really."
Don't worry, it's PG.
Plus, Stephen Colbert apologizes to patrons of Walmart for mistaking Black Friday for something very inappropriate, on our regular late-night roundup.
Dick Cheney has a new favorite movie.
His own, specifically.
The Welsh actor spoke with Vulture about 'Alice in Wonderland,' 'New Moon,' and more.
No matter how passionately you love a florid, overwritten, hilarious book, the movie can be EVEN BETTER.
Plus: Robert Pattinson on his limitations.
Plus: Taylor Swift not too concerned about hurting other peoples' feelings.
Plus: pirate hunters.
The man responsible for one of Vulture's greatest-ever Q&As passed away yesterday.
Frank Caliendo? Seth Rogen?
Plus: Jack Black comes to Scranton!
Also: Jon Pareles is the world's last remaining Smashing Pumpkins fan.
Plus: Chris O'Donnell and Jack McBrayer team up, and Hilary Swank pulls herself up by her bootstraps.
Frank Langella may have won a Tony for playing Nixon onstage, but that doesn't mean the blogosphere is happy about his casting in the film version.
Plus industry news on Harvey Keitel, Bill Nighy, and Pink Floyd.
Plus industry news on William H. Macy, James Purefoy, and D.J. Caruso.
Let's find roles for the six or so British and Irish actors who haven't already been employed by the Harry Potter series.