"Empire" star Taraji P. Henson takes on Mel Gibson's role in a gender-swapped version of 2000's "What Women Want" in "What Men Want."
Animated film tells story of Jesus's birth from animals' point of view, with voices of Steven Yeun, Anthony Anderson, Kelly Clarkson, Oprah Winfrey, and more.
Jordan Peele does not appear onscreen in his directorial debut, Get Out, the sharply subversive horror film about a biracial couple’s very terrifying weekend in the suburbs. But the Key and Peele alum and sketch-comedy pro did some acting around the movie.
It has been more than two-and-a-half years since Tracy Morgan was severely injured in a six-vehicle accident in New Jersey that resulted in the death of his friend and collaborator James McNair. In a new interview with our Kevin Polowy, Morgan — after pleasing co-star Jillian Bell by reprising his most famous SNL character, Brian Fellow — confesses that his transition back to movie acting was a relatively smooth one, thanks in large part to his great cast and crew mates, who made the process so easy. While he says he’ll never quite be 100 percent again (after having lost his friend in such a tragic way), he admits that his show business life has provided a “safe haven” in which he can feel comfortable – as well as be his usual funny self, which he definitely is once more in Fist Fight, according to director Richie Keen and stars Ice Cube and Charlie Day.
In a preview clip for the Super Soul Sunday show, Oprah Winfrey sat down with comedian Tracy Morgan to discuss life after his near-fatal car crash in 2014.
Tracy Morgan was a guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Monday night. The comedian appeared to be in good spirits and rifled off jokes while sitting down with his old Saturday Night Live colleague. Tracy seemed to somewhat take over the interview as he joked about all kinds of things, such as going back into a coma after finding out about Donald Trump’s lead in the polls.
With his recent settlement money from his accident, Tracy Morgan revealed on Tuesday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live that he bought the Bronx Zoo. At least that’s what he claimed as he took Jimmy and Guillermo on a tour of his new purchase.
Tracy Morgan’s post-crash injuries forced him to miss Saturday Night Live’s 40th anniversary celebration earlier this year, but this Saturday, Oct. 16, the comedian will be back where he belongs: In front of a live studio audience in Studio 8H. Morgan teases his upcoming hosting gig in this new promo reel taped with SNL’s Bobby Moynihan.