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    3 New Clips & Photos From 'Celeste And Jesse Forever' Starring Rashida Jones & Andy Samberg

    Breaking up is hard to do. It's even harder if your partner also happens to be your best friend, and that distinction forms the basis of "Celeste And Jesse Forever," the upcoming romantic comedy that takes a funny and dramatic look at the end of a relationship and what it takes to start over.

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    Watch: Hilarity & Heartbreak Collide In Charming Trailer For 'Celeste & Jesse Forever'

    Oh boy, for anyone who has been through a breakup where you still remain friends (raises hand), the trailer for "Celeste & Jesse Forever" will resonate loud and clear. But even if not, it promises a fresh take on the relationship rom-com.

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    Watch: Adam Sandler & Andy Samberg Continue Their Bromance In New Trailer For 'Hotel Transylvania'

    It seems Adam Sandler has welcomed a new, young recruit into his stable of regulars, in the fresh-faced and funny Andy Samberg. The duo paired up in last weekend's wickedly unfunny "That's My Boy," and in case you missed it, Samberg recently stopped by the set of "Grown Ups 2&...

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    Review: 'That's My Boy' Predictably Juvenile & Surprisingly Far Uglier Than The Usual Adam Sandler Offering

    Adam Sandler, comedian, A-List star, and leading man of this Friday’s “That’s My Boy,” is not an idiot. Dedicated to preserving his brand, his films have effectively raised a generation, from the sophomoric absurdity of “Billy Madison” to, uh, the sophomoric banality of “Grown Ups.” You can’t keep p...

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    Andy Samberg Goes 'Cuckoo' For BBC Plus 6 Clips From 'That's My Boy'

    Yes, Andy Samberg has left "Saturday Night Live" joining Kristen Wiig in waving goodbye to the iconic sketch comedy show, which should make for a radically different program when it returns in September. And while we'll miss the SNL Digital Shorts (though, we guess he'll team up wi...

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    Andy Samberg's First Post-SNL TV Series Will Be British

    Early this month, Andy Samberg announced he'd be leaving "Saturday Night Live" after seven seasons on the sketch comedy institution. Usually, this means a performer intends to pursue a movie career (whether that movie career will participate is another issue), and Samberg does have &qu...

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    Watch: Andy Samberg Punches James Caan In New Red Band Trailer For 'That's My Boy'

    Yesterday we got Andy Samberg's edit of the "That's My Boy" trailer, but if you're looking for something filthier and with actual footage from the movie, a nice and naughty new red band spot has arrived.

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    Watch: Andy Samberg Recuts The Trailer For 'That's My Boy'

    While Andy Samberg has officially left "Saturday Night Live," he hasn't put iMovie away yet, as he's gone ahead and cut his own version of the trailer for "That's My Boy," which is not surprisingly, pretty awesome.

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    'Grown Ups 2' Adds Shaquille O'Neal, Andy Samberg, Will Forte, Cato From 'The Hunger Games' & More

    In the few short years since “Funny People” was released, Adam Sandler has made it his goal to outdo the fake terrible movies that his character did in Judd Apatow’s film. The nadir of his inexorable downward slope will probably be next year’s “Grown Ups 2” and he...

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    Watch: Steven Spielberg Joins Andy Samberg & Bill Hader On 'SNL' For 'Laser Cats 7'

    Steven Spielberg has always preferred to balance the serious and the light-hearted, often alternating between heavier fare and popcorn entertainment from picture to picture (look no further than 2011's "War Horse" and "The Adventures Of Tintin"). And with the director current...

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