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Blank on Blank animates a classic 1988 T.J. English interview with Bill Murray, in which the actor talked about how he turned his ability to annoy into a career, his perspectives on fame and wealth, charming us the whole way with his humor and humility.
Blank on Blank dusted off a classic 1957 interview with the late, great master of psychological horror, animating Hitch’s pontification on fear, suspense, and death, and maintaining a sense of humor about all of it.
Blank on Blank animates R.H. Greene’s 1996 interview with the directing great, in which he discusses his perspective on life and death, how his own life influenced his filmmaking, both in intentional and unintentional ways.
(PG-13: Language)Hot Ones sat down with comedian Bobby Lee and subjected him to the usual round of pepper-induced torture. He reminisces about Mad TV, explains some of his Instagram pics, talks short shorts, and lets his digestive system speak for itself.
(PG-13: Language) “Just go play it live. Just play it live.” Foo Fighters’ frontman Dave Grohl spoke to Off Camera’s Sam Jones about Kurt Cobain, embracing mainstream success, his advice to (good) aspiring musicians and more.
A year after the tragic crash that seriously injured comedian Tracy Morgan and killed his friend James McNair, Tracy broke his silence on TODAY. An emotionally raw look at a man who usually makes us laugh. Keep strong, Tracy!
At a recent episode of The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon brought up how he first met his guest Nicole Kidman. But the actress’ version of the story stunned the host. Dammit Rick! A heads up would’ve been nice!