Will Forte and Jorma Taccone share hilarious memories from the making of the 2010 cult classic.
Olivia Wilde talks about how she deals with this intense political climate; helping her mother, Leslie Cockburn, campaign for Congress in Virginia; and her feature film directorial debut.
Will Forte is very good at conveying the "National Lampoon" co-founder's talent in the new Netflix film, but are the laughs dated?
On "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," Will Forte tells Jimmy about his Puerto Rico booze cruise injury. After getting “a little drunk,” Forte slammed his leg on the boat he was about to charter with a few of his drunk friends.
Kristen Wiig is back on SNL, but it’s for one night only. The hilarious comedian will host November 19’s episode with musical guest The xx. Wiig joined Saturday Night Live in 2005 during the 31st season and was a fan-favorite cast member until her jubilant 2012 send-off.
A super-PAC that supports Donald Trump has been making an effort to gain votes from the Amish community in states like Pennsylvania. On The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, Stephen wanted to find out if the Amish community actually supports Trump, so he interviewed Zachariah Miller (played by Will Forte) to get to the bottom of things.
Last Man on Earth continued its string of celebrity cameos, sort of. The previous week’s episode featured a cameo by Jon Hamm, who was instantly killed off. This week, Cher made a cameo but was already dead.
Angus MacGyver has been back in the spotlight lately with CBS’s new reboot of the beloved ’80s show, this time starring Lucas Till (Havoc from the X-Men movies) as the iconic, crafty bomb technician now known as “Mac.” (Side note: What percentage of Americans do you think know his first name is “Angus”?)
On the Tonight Show Thursday, actor Will Forte talked about how working on his show, The Last Man on Earth, can be a little rough on the ol’ waistline.
Will Forte reprised his Saturday Night Live character Write-In Party candidate Tim Calhoun when he stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
We’re not going to reveal our sources, but word around town is that the kitten actor that has the world fawning in the new Key and Peele comedy Keanu has also become one of Hollywood’s biggest (and most troubled) divas.
In Keanu, the new action-comedy starring Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele (of Comedy Central’s Key & Peele fame), we meet arguably the cutest kitten ever to star in a major motion picture. Go on YouTube, though, and you will find dozens, if not hundreds, if not bajillions, of videos claiming to show “The World’s Cutest Kitten.” With that in mind, we screened three of the cutest of the very cutest to Keanu stars Key, Peele, Will Forte, and Jason Mitchell (watch above) to determine the single cutest kitten on the entire internet.
On Sunday’s episode of Last Man on Earth, the gang held Phil Stacy Miller’s funeral. And while it was tragic, Phil Tandy Miller gave the best funeral we all could have hoped for. We opened on his funeral, a “Viking funeral” organized by Tandy, though Erica tried to insist that it was not what Phil Stacy Miller would have wanted. Tandy stood confidently in front of the coffin and said “Today we send him off the only way that truly makes sense. A viking funeral.”
On February 9, 1991 — 25 years ago this month — Adam Sandler made his Saturday Night Live debut as a featured cast member in Season 16. And we thought that was a great excuse to take a look back at the past quarter-century of SNL history and rank the 25 best cast members who’ve joined the show since Sandler did. We debated each nominee’s on-air performance only based on longevity, versatility, cultural impact, and overall magnificence, and came up with the following list. Live, from New York… it’s the 25 best SNL players of the last 25 years.
“What do you get the person who has everything already,” pondered Phil “Tandy” Miller, Last Man on Earth’s lead character. On Sunday’s episode, the survivors of the apocalypse exchanged gifts for Christmas by playing Secret Santa.
Saturday Night Live alum and Last Man on Earth star Will Forte sat down on Conan and brought along what could only have been a VHS copy of his first acting role ever. It was a student film called Day of Execution, and Will says, “I played this older man, and I came and I brought all my own stuff. I put a bunch of chalk in my hair so it seemed gray, and it’s the worst thing you’ve ever seen.” Shaky footage revealed a very young Will playing a much older man in a style of acting usually reserved for a high school auditorium.
Last Man on Earth star Will Forte stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Thursday night, where he had his disgustingly adorable beard tested for various bacteria. Will was concerned about several reports of fecal matter being discovered in the beards of several friends and colleagues. So a doctor from the Microbiology Immunology Molecular Genetics Parasitology Division of UCLA swabbed and tested Will’s beard. To ease Will’s anxiety over the pending results, his friends Jon Hamm and Rachel Dratch sat beside him as he learned that his beard tested positive for pseudomonas, Serratia marcescens, staphylococcus, and yeast.
On Sunday’s Last Man on Earth, Carol and Phil reunited and left Tucson in search of the other survivors. They found the group singing happily on a Malibu beach with a new addition played by none other than Will Ferrell. To learn more about Yahoo SuperFan, be sure to follow us on Twitter: @YahooSuperFan, Facebook, and Instagram for your daily dose of all things TV and Movies!
Sure, Comedy Central’s Drunk History is a fun way to watch your favorite actors lip-sync their way through historical reenactments narrated by very drunk people. 1. John Wilkes Booth and his brother Edwin (Season 1, Episode 1) You may have known that Lincoln’s assassin John Wilkes Booth was an actor… but did you know he had a brother, Edwin, who was also an actor? Or that the brothers performed Julius Caesar together, which inspired John Wilkes to shout “Sic semper tyrannis” while attacking Lincoln? We sure didn’t — and it’s extra delightful to see all of this acted out with Adam Scott as John Wilkes, Will Forte as Edwin, and Stephen Merchant as a goofily bearded Lincoln.