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Watch Mitt Romney Go Face to Face With Jimmy Fallon (as Mitt Romney)
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Before Ted Cruz kicked off primary season by declaring his candidacy for the 2016 presidential race, Mitt Romney got out ahead of the crowd back in January by unequivocally stating he would not run. But that doesn’t mean Romney has been out of the spotlight. He’s agreed to box Evander Holyfield for charity, and last night he appeared on The Tonight Show to do a “Mitt in the Mirror” segment with Jimmy Fallon’s Mitt Romney impression. More

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Kevin Hart Was Not Very Funny in His ‘SNL’ Audition
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Kevin Hart put his hopes of becoming part of the Saturday Night Live family into a brief impression of former NBA player and coach Avery Johnson. If your first reaction was confusion, you’re probably not alone. It’s just a shame that no one told him that probably wasn’t one of Hart’s brightest ideas.
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Don’t Be an April Fool, Catch These Titles Before They Leave Netflix Next Month
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Spring is on its way, no matter how many dirt-encrusted snowbanks still dot our street corners. That means it’s time to get out, get active, and exercise those long-dormant muscles. But before you commit yourself to a weekend hike or a 30-mile bike ride, be sure to watch these movies on Netflix before they disappear from the platform for good. And if you’re looking for what’s to come, check out the titles that are arriving to Netflix next month
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‘The X-Files’ Is Coming Back With Six New Episodes
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The truth is out there — The X-Files is returning to Fox for a six-episode limited series with show creator Chris Carter and original stars David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson reprising their roles as Agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully. More

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Watch Tom Hanks Reenact All of His Iconic Film Roles in Six Minutes
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English actor James Corden isn’t a big name in the U.S. yet. But as the new host of The Late Late Show on CBS (replacing Craig Ferguson), Corden should be a household name soon, especially if he keeps bringing Tom Hanks back to reenact scenes from his movies. More

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How ‘The Jinx’ and ‘Serial’ Are Changing the Way We Tell Stories
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If you’re one of the many who nearly swallowed their tongue at the end of HBO miniseries The Jinx‘s final episode Sunday night, you weren’t alone. Just as the final scene faded, we hear elusive accused criminal Robert Durst mutter to himself while, presumably, thinking his mic is off.

“What did I do? I killed them all, of course,” he mumbled — a whispered line that echoed across the Internet for the next 48 hours.

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The ‘Lip Sync Battle’ From ‘The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon’ Is Becoming its Own Show
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Jimmy Fallon’s popular segment “Lip Sync Battle” is no longer just a funny bit that has us all feeling some type of way. It is now going to be its own television show on Spike TV that features celebrities battling it out on a much bigger level. For those unaware with the popular Tonight Show sketch, here are some fan favorites:
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Hannibal Buress Drums For Massachusetts Band at SXSW, Immediately Forgets Their Name on ‘Kimmel’
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Comedian Hannibal Buress may best be known to some as the comedian who ignited the Bill Cosby firestorm, but he’s also a hilarious standup and television star, lending his talent to two of the funniest, most progressive comedies on television, Broad City and The Eric Andre Show.

He appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live at the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival in Austin last night to discuss two things: first, that he’s been receiving death threats from Bill Cosby supporters, and second, that he managed to become a rockstar overnight. More

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Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Kate McKinnon Will Star in ‘The Spoils of Dying’
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Fans of Kristen Wiig and Kate McKinnon have had no shortage of collaborations to celebrate in 2015, with the Paul Feig directed Ghostbusters cast announced in January and the cast to the followup of popular IFC mini-series The Spoils of Babylon released this week. SNL and Bridesmaids alum Maya Rudolph, Chris Parnell, Val Kilmer, Michael Kenneth Williams and returning cast member Haley Joel Osment will also have leading roles in The Spoils of Dying, penned by Matt Piedmont and Andrew Steele. More