Crenshaw, a Texas Republican headed to Congress, used the moment to make an earnest plea for unity. But he also had a few jokes for Davidson up his sleeve.
A look back at the many ways the creature, originated by Mary Shelley, has graced the screen.
The musical is only the latest incarnation of the story of “A Bronx Tale,” which began as a one-man play and was adapted for film.
The actor publicly insulted the president at the Tony Awards, where he used profanity on stage, and then at an event in Canada.
The national television audience might not have heard it, but Mr. De Niro definitely said it.
Robert De Niro, Donald Glover and John Goodman were just a few of the big celebrities who helped wrap the 43rd season of “Saturday Night Live.”
The actor who played Robert Mueller on “S.N.L.” leans toward the political in his choices for what you should go see.
Hosted by the former “Saturday Night Live” writer John Mulaney, this week’s episode put President Trump’s longtime lawyer in its comedic cross hairs.
At the National Board of Review gala, the actor dropped several expletives as he lashed into the president. The actress started her speech saying, “I love men.”