Jumanji isn’t a board game anymore, and that means there are new rules to follow. For example, don’t give Kevin Hart cake. The second trailer for Sony’s action-comedy Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (in theaters Dec. 20) nods to the classic children’s book that inspired the story, about an adventure-themed board game that invades the real world.
On "The $100,000 Pyramid," Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller took several seconds and multiple clues to remember former President Barack Obama’s first name.
First full trailer fleshes out the concept for sequel to 1995 Robin Williams hit: Four stars are avatars for quartet of high schoolers who stumble on game
Looks like Jack Black will be cheering for Meryl Streep come Oscar night. On Thursday, Hollywood’s elite came together at a benefit concert to support director Paul Haggis’s organization, Artists for Peace and Justice. The actor jokingly asked the crowd, “Is Meryl Streep in the audience tonight?
By Borys Kit Jack Black is joining Dwayne Johnson in Sony’s remake of Jumanji, Johnson announced Wednesday on Instagram. “In our reimagining of the story of JUMANJI, Jack brings that rare balance of cool with funny and edge with childlike joy,” wrote Johnson. He also solidified Kevin Hart’s involvement, which was previously in question due to scheduling, saying that the “Jumanji Breakfast Club” is coming together. IT’S OFFICIAL: An ol’ friend is ready to play in the world of #JUMANJI… JACK (mf'n) BLACK.
The Red Nose Day special is back on NBC, and we've got a first look at Jack Black, Adam DeVine, and the cast of 'Blindspot' clowning around for charity.
As we see in this exclusive scene from Kung Fu Panda 3, Po (Jack Black) is floored when he catches his first glimpse at a secret panda-populated retreat. Newly reunited with his long-lost father, Li (Bryan Cranston), Po discovers the hidden haven, filled with creatures that look just like him. Want to win a trip to the Los Angeles premiere of ‘Kung Fu Panda 3’?
Yahoo TV chatted with Mandvi about his new series, and our conversation goes deep, spinning off into international politics, the effect that 9/11 had on the globe, and how accurate the show’s pitch-black perspective on government really is. Plus, he gives us an inside account of the regime change currently underway at The Daily Show, and tells us why he didn’t want to fill Jon Stewart’s shoes… or wear his underwear.
In the upcoming comedy 'The D Train,' Jack Black becomes strangely bent on reconnecting with his former high-school classmate, played by James Marsden.