Segel explains why his 2014 film with Cameron Diaz "didn't feel good" and how that set him on a more dramatic path, leading to his new release, "Our Friend."
Now that Michelle Williams has found "the one" with new husband Phil Elverum, here is a romance rewind of her other romances.
Not only does the "Manchester by the Sea" actress have a new man in her life, but — surprise! — they're already married.
Children helped Stephen Colbert pitch a TV show, and he got his celebrity friends to help make it a hilarious reality.
Jaden Smith celebrated his first appearance on the Late Late show With James Corden by bringing something special to share, his old dreadlocks.
There’s nothing more precious than life — except, that is, if you live in the world of The Discovery, the new thriller from director Charlie McDowell (The One I Love). Here, humanity has established scientific proof of an afterlife, and is slowly torn apart by an increasing desire to “cross over” via suicide. The all-star film will have its world premiere at the upcoming Sundance Film Festival before debuting exclusively on Netflix; ahead of those bows, we now have its sterling first trailer (watch it above).
Before they hit it big, some of Hollywood’s A-listers got their start in tiny roles. Of course, you probably forgot about them or never even saw them to begin with!
Jason Segel turns 36 on Jan. 18, which is why we’ve decided to count down all the times we’ve seen this birthday boy in his birthday suit.
Jason Segel — the amiable (and reliably goofy) star of such comedy hits as Forgetting Sarah Marshall and The Muppets, as well as the long-running TV series How I Met Your Mother — doesn’t wear a mask, shows no signs of Gyllenhaal-esque physical punishment, and never even puts on a silly accent in his new film, The End of the Tour. In the most challenging role of his career, Segel goes all-in for his portrayal of Wallace, the author and social observer who wrote several critically acclaimed books before committing suicide in 2008. There was no shortage of cynicism or criticism when it was announced that Segel would play the author in the movie, which is adapted from David Lipsky’s 2010 book Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself, about a road trip he took with the author in the mid-’90s. But for Segel, it felt like a role he was absolutely meant to play.