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Jason Sudeikis makes Olivia Wilde go boom on 'Hollywood Game Night' -- VIDEO


The town of Hollywood isn’t anything particularly special and a game night is really cute if you live in 1957, but when you combine the two, you get our favorite TV show to yell at from the couch. And oh, is there yelling.

Hollywood Game Night returns after a casual Olympics hiatus, and although you won’t find Tara Lipinski or Johnny Weir anywhere, a new crew of six bona fide non-figure-skating celebrities will take their places on the couch. Sean Hayes, Christina Applegate, Allison Janney, Don Cheadle, Jason Sudeikis, and Olivia Wilde are on board for Thursday’s episode, begging the question: Is this the most famous panel yet?

Let’s talk about Sudeikis and Wilde for a quick second, who constitute that rare breed of real-life celeb couple who also look like they’re just a big fun pile of impeccably dressed bananas. In our sneak peek at this Thursday’s episode (airing at 9 p.m. on NBC), boyfriend and girlfriend face off in a rousing game of Clue-Boom, wherein fast food clues are given and things explode (all typical for a Thursday night). READ FULL STORY

Emmy Awards: Don Cheadle, Amy Poehler and more react to their nominations

Nominations for this year’s Emmy Awards were announced this morning and those nominated couldn’t be happier.

Claire Danes, Homeland (outstanding lead actress in a drama)
“It is truly a great day on the Homeland set with so many of my fellow castmates being nominated. I was going to do some serious screaming into pillows if Mandy [Patinkin] hadn’t gotten a nod. I’m also very glad that [writer] Henry Bromell, who we lost too soon, has been recognized for his extraordinary work on our show.”

Alec Baldwin, 30 Rock (outstanding lead actor in a comedy)
“It’s days like this that make me miss 30 Rock.  Many thanks to everyone that nominated me.”

Hugh Bonnevillle, Downton Abbey (outstanding lead actor in a drama)
“I am honored, overwhelmed and dead chuffed.”

Mark Burnett & Roma Downey, The Bible (outstanding miniseries; outstanding sound editing for a miniseries, movie, or a special; outstanding sound mixing for a miniseries or a movie)
“We are honored that our peers have nominated The Bible for an Emmy. We are thrilled we get to share this nomination with our tremendous cast and crew from all around the world who worked so hard with us to bring the epic story of the bible to the screen.”

Ty Burrell, Modern Family (outstanding supporting actor in a comedy)
“I am honored and humbly surprised that this good fortune continues. I’ve never had something so wonderful happen four years in a row before, other than winning the NY state lottery from 1993 to 97. I share this with the entire cast and crew of Modern Family. I’m sure it’s not surprising to anyone who’s ever worked on a television show, but our writers are the reason we’re still in this position. I’m eternally grateful for their talent and surprising good looks.”

Jim Carter, Downton Abbey (outstanding lead actor in a drama)
“I’m certainly more excited than perhaps Mr. Carson would be. Last year was a thrill, this year even more so. Thank you Emmy voters.”

Don Cheadle, House of Lies (outstanding lead actor in a comedy)
“Given all the hilarious film work I’ve done, from Traffic to Crash to Flight, it’s nice to finally be recognized as the comic genius I am. Thank you, Academy members.”

Matt Damon to guest star on 'House of Lies'

Matt Damon is reuniting with his Ocean’s Eleven co-star Don Cheadle for an upcoming episode of House of Lies.

Showtime president David Nevins made the announcement Saturday at the TCA’s semi-annual press tour in Beverly Hills. The Bourne actor will play a version of himself on the show, one who seeks the expertise of Galweather & Stern in order to set up a charity that will exceed the philanthropic efforts of his Hollywood frenemy, George Clooney.

Cheadle won the Golden Globe for Best Actor in a TV Comedy last night, just as season 2 of House of Lies premiered.

Read more:
Quentin Tarantino, Don Cheadle say the ‘n-word’ at Globes
Lisa Edelstein coming to ‘House of Lies’


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