Comedy trio The Lonely Island have something new and mysterious coming our way via Netflix in the very near future.
Andy Samberg reunites with his Lonely Island cohorts to parody concert films and pop music stardom in the red band trailer for Popstar.
An untested Stork attempts to deliver his first baby in the Warner Bros. animated comedy adventure Storks.
HBO's Olive Kitteridge and Game of Thrones are the big winners at tonight's Emmy Awards, winning six and four awards apiece.
Andy Samberg and Kit Harington play two tennis rivals who duke it out on the tennis court in the full trailer for HBO's 7 Days in Hell.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Andy Samberg will host the 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, airing Sunday, September 20th on Fox.
HBO is assembling an all-star cast for its upcoming tennis comedy 7 Days in Hell, headlined by Andy Samberg and Kit Harington.
The voice cast lead by Bill Hader and Anna Faris is seen at work in this latest look at the animated sequel, in theaters soon.
Aubrey Plaza returns to the 90s with the hopes of becoming a more sexual experienced woman in this summer comedy.
Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg play high school sweethearts who call it quits in their mid-thirties, hoping to remain friends.
Despite having not seen the film, its star decides to cut a new trailer for this Adam Sandler comedy.
The two SNL veterans star in this comedy about a young man whose long-absent father returns to wreck his love life.
Glee creator Ryan Murphy is writing and directing this musical comedy about three washed-up singers who form their own group.
SNL's Andy Samberg co-stars in this summer comedy from director Sean Anders and John Morris.
Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg star in this drama about a longtime couple who get divorced, but try to stay best friends.
The two SNL cast members are set to play father and son in this summer comedy from directors Sean Anders and John Morris.
Other notable turns are expected from Penny Marshall, Jack McBrayer, and Andy Samberg when this hit comedy series returns to IFC in January.
The actress also co-wrote the romantic dramedy that tells the story of a divorced couple who want to remain friends.
The actors join Aubrey Plaza and Bill Hader in the Maggie Carey-directed indie comedy.
Benecio del Toro could still be a part of the Farrelly Brothers comedy, along with previously-rumored stars Andy Samberg and Johnny Knoxville.