Danny McBride is back in the role of Neal Gamby on HBO 's dark comedy "Vice Principals" and his character is just as annoying and lovable as ever. The series has just kicked off it's second and final season. McBride, who writes and plays Gamby, told ABC News he's enjoyed creating his character.
McBride appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" and shares how real-life events may have inspired the show's quirky storylines.
Michael Fassbender, Jussie Smollett, Katherine Waterston, Billy Crudup and Danny McBride answer rapid-fire questions about the upcoming movie on "GMA."
The actor opens up about his role as an android in the upcoming sci-fi thriller.
Voices by Seth Rogen , Kristen Wiig and Jonah Hill Rated R Three-and-a-half out of five stars The premise may get a little old, but expect big laughs from this raunchy romp. It seems like the ultimate stoner premise: What if all the products in the supermarket could talk? What would they say? What
Starring Bradley Cooper , Emma Stone , Rachel McAdams and Bill Murray Rated PG-13 Three out of five stars Cameron Crowe is a great writer. "Fast Times at Ridgemont High," "Say Anything," "Singles," " Jerry Maguire " and the Best Original Screenplay Oscar-winning "Almost Famous" are some of the most
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Danny McBride and Anthony Bourdain are making the most of their time in Charleston, South Carolina. Thursday evening, McBride, who's in town shooting a new series, "Vice Principals," and Bourdain, who met with local chef Sean Brock, joined South Carolina local Bill Murray for a Charleston RiverDogs
If you blinked you might have missed it, but goth rocker Marilyn Manson made a quick guest appearance on "Eastbound & Down." He was only on the screen for about 20 seconds and played a roller skating waiter at the restaurant Jellybeans, while Kenny Powers discusses a possible divorce with his wife.
It has been a while since I’ve been to a movie where I spontaneously half-hid my eyes from the screen in disbelief and laughed like a teenager swapping dirty jokes for the first time. Welcome to “This Is the End,” one of the funniest R-rated...