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Ferrell spoofs George W. Bush on 'SNL,' pokes fun at Trump: 'Donny Q. Trump came in and suddenly I'm looking pretty sweet by comparison'
" Saturday Night Live " alumnus Will Ferrell returned to the sketch show this weekend to reprise his iconic impersonation of former President George W. Bush. And in a nod to the 46th president's administration, "SNL" cast member Leslie Jones played former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in the
ICYMI at Australian Open: Great tennis from Tennys in win vs. Wawrinka
MELBOURNE, Australia -- World No. 9 Stan Wawrinka versus 86th-ranked Tennys Sandgren. A three-time Grand Slam winner against the journeyman. It's no contest, right? Isn't that the truth. The 6-2, 6-1, 6-4 match on Margaret Court Arena took a mere 88 minutes by your winner Sandgren? Wait, what ?
14 best and worst movies of 2017
It’s that time of year to check off your list of movies. What did you miss? What should you still see? It’s not too late to get caught up before awards season kicks into high gear. Film critic Peter Travers has screened hundreds of movies this year and put together his list of the best and worst of
8 things you never knew about the Christmas movie 'Elf'
It’s been 14 years since “Elf” hit theaters as an instant Christmas classic, and for director Jon Favreau , fulfilling that goal was his “greatest joy.” Aside from the jokes, the singing, the nostalgia and the quotable scenes, Favreau and producer Peter Billingsley spoke with "20/20" about some of
Mel Gibson hints at possible 5th 'Lethal Weapon'
Mel Gibson has teased a possible fifth "Lethal Weapon" movie, 30 years after the original. The two-time Oscar-winning director, actor and producer stopped by "Good Morning America" today to discuss his new comedy, "Daddy's Home 2." But during the interview, Gibson hinted at another sequel to the
Mike D'Antoni wins Coach of the Year; Malcolm Brogdon top rookie
During a night that featured Drake and was capped by Russell Westbrook winning MVP, it was the Houston Rockets and Milwaukee Bucks that made their presence felt during the first ever NBA awards show. Bucks guard Malcolm Brogdon beat out the Philadelphia 76ers duo of Joel Embiid and Dario Saric to
Justin Theroux says he is 'enormously' happy with 'The Leftovers' finale
Justin Theroux is bidding farewell to HBO 's electrifying show "The Leftovers." The actor stopped by ABC's " Good Morning America " on Wednesday to discuss the highly anticipated series finale, which airs Sunday. "It's one of those awkward things where we're not allowed to talk about what's going
Stars dole out advice to college graduating class of 2017
The stars have had plenty to say to this year's crop of college graduates. Robert De Niro , Oprah Winfrey, Will Ferrell and Sheryl Sandberg are among the marquee names who have doled out advice during commencement speeches this year. Speaking at Brown University Sunday, De Niro put the current
Cubs to don 'Anchorman,' 1970s fashions on road trip to California
CHICAGO -- If you see a Cubs player wearing bell-bottoms or a large collar while walking down Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles this weekend or in the Gaslamp Quarter in San Diego next week, don't be alarmed. Manager Joe Maddon has finally pulled the trigger on one of his patented themed road trips.
Will Ferrell returns as Bush for Samantha Bee's 'Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner'
The White House Correspondents' Dinner wasn't the only see-and-be-seen soiree in the nation's capital Saturday night. Samantha Bee , host of TBS's "Full Frontal with Samantha Bee," hosted a correspondents' dinner counter-event earlier in the day: The appropriately-titled "Not the White House