Lots of newscasters got into the Halloween spirit yesterday by dressing up for their broadcasts, but no one did it quite as well as Paul Gerke from KIVI in Boise, Idaho. Gerke did one hell of a Ron Burgundy, but dressing up wasn't enough for him.
The sports correspondent delivered his entire report in-character, and simply wowed us with his dedication to the bit.
Check out Gerke's full Halloween report above, and marvel at his luscious mustache and manly bravado. And feel small in comparison, little man. This is what a true hero looks like.
Any time that Joseph Gordon-Levitt makes a movie that he also stars in and that co-stars his "Angel in the Outfield" Tony Danza there are going to be a lot of questions.
That's why MTV News' Josh Horowitz sat the duo down at this year's Sundance Film Festival for the latest edition of the Yes/No Show.
During the game where they can only answer "yes" or "no," we discover the secrets behind "Angels in the Outfield," find out whether "3rd Rock From the Sun" was better than "Who's the Boss" and if Bane's voice had anything to do with Cobra Commander.
For years, Zach Galifianakis has used his internet talk show, "Between Two Ferns," as a platform to ask celebrities the hard questions. The reason that they're the hard questions is that they're usually too confusing to understand.
In the latest episode, Galifianakis puts Justin Bieber in his place, asking him all about haircuts and inappropriate Anne Frank comments.
The line of questioning all leads to an explosive climax. Having had enough of Bieber's punk attitude, Galifianakis responds in the only way he knows how to punish a grown man: whipping him with a belt.
Even by the standards of "Between Two Ferns," the interview of Bieber is pretty spectacular.
Check it out in the video above.
FROM NEXT MOVIE
The internet flipped over the last set of "Seinfeld"-inspired movie posters from Next Movie, so we're happy to bring you news that the next set of posters is just as good.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like if all those movies mentioned in "Seinfeld" (not "Schindler's List" or "Home Alone") were actually real? Once again, Next Movie has imagined movie posters with real stars.
Hey, everyone! It's Kyle Chandler's 47th birthday today. And like everything about Kyle Chandler, we assume that the same applies for Coach Eric Taylor.
That being the case, happy 47th birthday, Coach Eric Taylor! Since you're one of the greatest television characters of all time, we figured that we would throw you a GIF party.
Click past the jump to let the celebration begin!
It's a geek rivalry that has gone back generations. "Star Wars" or "Star Trek"? Even in this day and age, the question can still divide a crowd, even one a seemingly one-sided as the folks that showed up to the "Star Trek Into Darkness" Blu-ray event.
MTV News headed out to the red carpet to see which franchise would come out on top when pitted against each other. Cast members from "Star Trek Into Darkness" get to decide who would come out on top in a fight. Ewoks or Klingons? Vader of Khan?
Watch the video above to see who is victorious, and catch "Star Trek Into Darkness" on Blu-ray and DVD now.
As we get closer and closer to the finale of "Breaking Bad," more and more people are paying homage to the series that has entertained us for five unbelievably tense seasons.
Last night on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," the talk show host delivered his respectful and accurate parody of the series, stepping into the shoes of Walter White.
The premise of the 12-minute parody is that Fallon only has six months to live... as the host of "Late Night" before he moves over to "The Tonight Show." To make the most of his remaining months, he begins to sell his own higher grade of jokes the desperate junkies.
The video is full of surprises and hilarious cameos and is definitely worth checking out for any diehard "Breaking Bad" fan.
Jim Carrey posted a picture of himself with Lloyd Christmas teeth, huh? Well, see ya!
Just kidding. Find out more about the sequel after the jump!
Everyone knows that Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant, best known for "Reno 911," know funny when they see it, and now thanks to their first feature film as directors, "Hell Baby," they know a thing or two about scary.
So now that they're familiar with both genres, we figured we would get their input on which scary movies were the funniest. Freddy tells more jokes than Jason, but is he trying too hard? What is it about "The Poltergeist" makes it so much funnier than "The Exorcist"? (Hint: It involves lots of off-screen tragedy.)
See what Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant have to say about these scary movies and more in the clip above!
Simon Pegg is one of the too-rare comedic actors that can be just as funny off-screen as he is on it. His Twitter feed is a must-follow, and now a special feature from the "Star Trek Into Darkness" Blu-ray (via /Film) fills us in on what kind of high jinks the "World's End" actor was up to during his time on the Starship Enterprise.
The prank that Pegg played on just about every main cast member involved something called "neutron cream."
The story of neutron cream, or at least the one Pegg told the others on set, was that four dots needed to be applied to the face and two to each wrist in order to protect yourself from the potentially harmful sets of "Star Trek Into Darkness." Pegg would then devise creative ways to let them in on the secret, of course, only after they've applied the cream to their face.
Watch the special feature after the jump!