Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller and other celebrities star in new public service announcements, asking New Yorkers to stay home and prevent the coronavirus from spreading.
Danny DeVito fans are now calling for the "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" star to take over the high-profile role of superhero Wolverine.
“You’re looking at the ultimate outsider: Dumbo is an outsider... So it becomes very evident why Tim was drawn to this subject matter."
Colin Farrell, Danny DeVito and the other stars of the live-action film share behind-the-scenes secrets from the set.
"Smallfoot" marks Channing Tatum's second musical performance in a film in two years (after "Hail, Caesar!"), but he swears he doesn't want to be the next Hugh Jackman.
We dare you not to cry as the beloved pachyderm comes to life in the heartstring-tugging preview.
Funny or Die made a mashup — titled “Call Me by Your Twins” — of the 1988 comedy film “Twins” starring DeVito and Schwarzenegger with the Oscar-nominated film “Call Me by Your Name.” And it’s amazing.
At a time when many stars are embroiled in controversy, Twitter users are offering up tiny anecdotes about celebs performing some small acts of kindness.
Twelve-year-old Ciro Ortiz joined Jimmy and guests Danny DeVito and Brit Marling to talk about how he gives out “emotional advice” on New York subway platforms. Ciro said that he’s most often asked about family troubles, and Fallon offered a hypothetical situation of going through marital problems with his wife.
Watching some of the clips of the shows directed by James Burrows on Sunday night’s Must-See TV: An All-Star Tribute to James Burrows—funny moments from series such as Cheers, Taxi, Will and Grace, and many others—you could only marvel at what an adroit, skillful man Burrows is, to have created so much memorable comedy. Watching the rest of the two-hour special, however, was a kind of laugh-less torture that did not give Burrows the honor he deserves.
Danny Devito, Khloe Kardashian, and Norman Reedus stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon for a fun game of charades. Danny and Khloe were on one team and Jimmy and Norman were on the other. The game started with Danny Devito offering up clues to Khloe in hopes of guessing his word, which was “cheerleader.” After quite a bit of assistance from Jimmy, Khloe was able to guess the word.
The secret to their success seems to be, in part, that old cliché of a cast being like family. “I love being with these nuts,” says co-star Danny DeVito (Frank). “They're like my kids. I miss them when I'm not with them.”