How 1995's "Bad Boys" went from starring Dana Carvey and Jon Lovitz to Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.
Producers of the 91st Oscars said Wednesday that chef José Andrés, Dana Carvey, Queen Latifah, Rep. John Lewis, Diego Luna, Tom Morello, Mike Myers, Trevor Noah, Amandla Stenberg, Barbra Streisand and Serena Williams have been set to introduce the eight Best Picture nominees during the ceremony Sunday. "Movies connect us all," said producer Donna Gigliotti and producer-director Glenn Weiss. "They move us, and they create moments and memories that unite us. We are thrilled…
"[Bush] was famously a very warm and gracious man who understood the power in being able to laugh at yourself," 'Weekend Update''s Colin Jost says of late president
Dana Carvey visited Stephen Colbert as John Bolton, the new national security adviser, complete with a continually growing mustache nicknamed General Snowball.
In this hilarious exclusive interview, the iconic "SNL" star goes behind the scenes of his all-star "Dana Carvey Show" and the new documentary about the debacle.
'Too Funny to Fail' looks back at the short-lived ABC comedy 'The Dana Carvey Show,' which failed spectacularly despite having future comedy stars including Stephen Colbert, Louis C.K. and Steve Carell on staff.
Wayne-speak or Wayne-glish; call it what you will. After the release of Wayne’s World in 1992, Wayne-isms wormed their way into the culture — and some of them have never left. Here are 13 of the best.
In February 1992, when Wayne’s World hit theaters, George Bush was President, Guns N’ Roses was all the rage, and cell phones were as big as shoeboxes. It was a different time. And yet, 25 years later, the comedy starring Saturday Night Live alum Mike Myers and Dana Carvey as two rock-loving, mullet-wearing, basement-dwelling buds still stands up. (Uh, that’s what she said.)
Running can be addictive. Training for long-distance races (half-marathons, marathons, ultra-marathons) can be all-consuming, exhausting, and demoralizing — and at the same entirely invigorating. Not surprisingly, plenty of celebrities have been bit by the racing bug. Whether they participate in runs for health reasons, for the joy of it, or for charity, they all know you have to commit to train and ultimately finish a race.
Insights from the 'SNL' favorite on his past movie roles, including his current voice work in 'The Secret Life of Pets'
This year marks the 30th anniversary of Carvey’s tenure on the late night sketch show, and the comedian sat down with Yahoo TV to reflect on his time there.
Once you’re aware that Saturday Night Live alum Dana Carvey is voicing the elderly, wheelchair-bound pup Pops in the new animated comedy The Secret Life of Pets, you may very well experience a wave of familiarity. “It’s like a generic grumpy old man voice, and that’s what it was meant to be on Saturday Night Live,” Carvey told Yahoo Movies in a recent interview (watch above). “We just riffed for like an hour,” said Carvey.
In the spirit of being a mentor to up-and-coming comedians, Carvey gives his secrets to doing impressions of the current presidential candidates.