Drunk History, the Funny or Die viral sensation turned Comedy Central show, is set to make its glorious return on July 1. The show consists of inebriated narrators retelling historical stories to the show’s equally intoxicated host, Derek Waters. Notable actors, such as Jack Black, Bob Odenkirk, Owen Wilson, Adam Scott, and countless … Continue reading
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In case you missed it, actor and comedian Jack Black belted out the national anthem before the Los Angeles Sparks game on Friday.
Amazingly, his rendition was actually pretty solid.
Watch and listen as Black serenades the Staples Center crowd by hitting every note both high and low.
Jack Black sang the National anthem at a Sparx game. Nailed it.
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It’s Teen Wolf, all growed up. Also, there’s something rather suspicious about John C. McGinley’s son.
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Is the Washington Wizards point guard John Wall the next big movie star? Obviously the answer to that question is no, but according to a tweet from John today he will be in a new movie trailer with Jack Black that premiers on Jimmy Kimmel tonight. Tune in to @jimmykimmel at 8 PM before the #NBAFinals to watch me in the new @jackblack42 movie trailer! — John Wall (@John_Wall) June...
Grooming Let this new potion obliterate your shaving woes.
Comedians Nothing was off-limits at last week's Friars Club roast of the corpulent comic.
His NBA resume is one of countless accolades, which all but makes him a lock for the Basketball Hall of Fame. However, San Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan is now trying his hand at something new to add to his resume and that's becoming a business man.
For those who live in San Antonio, you may have seen a huge sign along Huebner Road with "Black Jack Speed Shop"...
Sometimes, good ideas turn out badly.
Sometimes it's because your idea was ahead of its time, like WebTV. Sometimes an idea looks good on paper but doesn't work in the real world, like a Jack Black film or one of those Columbia House CD bargains. Sometimes your seemingly good idea really depends on its individual components, like a sandwich, or the Wishbone Offense.
Black Jack Blues led from start to finish in the Carolina Cup Steeplechase on Saturday.
With Ross Geraghty aboard, the 9-year-old gelding finished the 13-fence, 2 1/4-mile course in 4:06.80 on firm turf. Two-time stakes winner Country Cousin was more than six lengths back in second and All Together finished third.
''It couldn't have gone any better,'' Black...
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March 31, 2012