Lisa Kudrow may know all the lyrics to the "Friends" hit "Smelly Cat," but when it came to singing Beastie Boys, she hilariously struggled.
Before Red Nose Day came along, Lily James, Alicia Vikander and Sam Smith were among Four Weddings and a Funeral's many fans. Now they're part of the story. One Red Nose Day and a Wedding, a "sequel" to the 1994 British rom-com by the original director and screenwriter, stars James, Vikander and Smith alongside the film's original cast, including Hugh Grant, Andie MacDowell, Rowan Atkinson and Kristin Scott Thomas. The short film will premiere during NBC's Red Nose Day Special on Thursday, May 23.
The cast of Four Weddings And A Funeral invite viewers to attend "the wedding of the year" in the first teaser
The short film will be set 25 years after the original and benefit the Red Nose Day charity.
The cast and creators of iconic Brit comedy Four Weddings And A Funeral are reuniting to make charity short film One Red Nose Day And A Wedding. Richard Curtis, who wrote the original film and is the co-founder of charity telethon Red Nose Day, has written the short for the 2019 edition of the charity fundraiser. It is currently in production. Cast will include Hugh Grant, Andie MacDowell, Kristin Scott Thomas, John Hannah, Rowan Atkinson, James Fleet, David Haig, Sophie…
Celebrities came out in full force Thursday on NBC for Red Nose Day, a campaign to raise money to fight child poverty.
The Red Nose Day Special is all about donating what you can to help children most in need, both here in the U.S. and in some of the poorest communities in the world. But this year, longtime admirers of Arrow star Stephen Amell are also getting something special: The chance to see him compete in Celebrity Ninja Warrior, which kicks off NBC’s evening of Red Nose Day programming. The actor, a longtime fan of American Ninja Warrior, tells Yahoo TV that tackling the course in real life was “surreal” — and a lot harder than it looks. “For me, the most nerve-racking moment was the very first obstacle,” he says. “Ninjas make it look easy… It isn’t!” Fortunately, Amell had a pretty helpful coach: ANW legend Kacy Catanzaro. “Her pointers were the difference between the run I had and flaming out super early,” he says.Here’s a look at Amell in action.Celebrity Ninja Warrior airs Thursday, May 25 at 8 p.m., followed by a special edition of Running Wild with Bear Grylls at 9 p.m. featuring Julia Roberts in Kenya. The Red Nose Day Special airs live at 10 p.m. on NBC.
Arrow is targeting the Warped Wall. Stephen Amell, the well-trained, well-sculpted star of the CW superhero series, is among the nine famous faces who will brave the American Ninja Warrior course in the series’ first-ever celebrity edition, airing Thursday, May 25 at 8/7c as part of NBC’s annual Red Nose Day programming. Also set to navigate the […]
There comes a time when every celebrity needs a reinvention — even if that celebrity is 75-year-old physicist Stephen Hawking. In a comedy sketch for the charity fundraiser Red Nose Day (watch it above), world-famous scientist Hawking, who lost his voice to ALS 30 years ago and speaks through a computer system, announces that he’s ready for a change. An impressive lineup of celebrities compete to be Hawking’s “new voice,” each trying to convince him of his or her qualifications. ...
One positive thing Ed learned, though, was that despite living in one of the poorest places on Earth, the children weren’t going to let their circumstances hold them back. Many of them even said they wanted to be doctors, teachers, or politicians when they grow up.
After a 14-year wait, the long-desired Love Actually reunion is nigh, and Bill Nighy couldn’t be happier. The veteran British character actor is reprising his role as curmudgeonly rocker Billy Mack for writer/director Richard Curtis’s sequel to his 2003 rom-com favorite that’s the featured attraction of this year’s Red Nose Day charity special, airing May 25 at 10 p.m. on NBC.
Emma Bunton, aka Baby Spice, teamed up with British Airways to prank some airline passengers for Red Nose Day, which is a campaign to raise money for children in need. The former Spice Girl dressed in uniform and even had her own badge. Or when she talked about some personal problems with a passenger while using lyrics from “Wannabe”: “I just had a bit of a row … yeah, I said if you want my future you have to forget my past, and if you want to get with me, then you have to make it last. The 41-year-old even asked a passenger if she was taking any Spice Girls CDs on her flight.
Depending on whom you ask, Richard Curtis’ 2003 Love Actually is either the sweetest and funniest romantic comedy of the past 15 years, or the most awfully saccharine and contrived mushfest ever. Regardless of which side you’re on, that debate is bound to heat up again as Curtis reunites much of the cast for a short TV-only follow-up set to debut later this month on Red Nose Day — a telethon organized by Comic Relief, which Curtis founded, to help raise money for poor and disadvantaged people around the globe — which airs March 24 on BBC One in the U.K., and then May 25 on NBC in the U.S. For those who just can’t wait to see what’s become of their favorite characters, Curtis’ wife, script editor, and producer Emma Freud, has now given the world a glimpse at two of its stars back on set.
For Red Nose Day, The Walking Dead’s Andrew Lincoln and Norman Reedus did a bit in which the actors long for a friendlier version of their graphic zombie show.
A whole bunch of stars showed up to help raise over $30 million for the Red Nose Day special on NBC. A few sketches stood out from the rest, and two of them involved Paul Rudd, NBA star Blake Griffin, Keegan-Michael Key, and Jordan Peele.
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.