Terry Crews Shares His Art With Jimmy Kimmel

Terry Crews is so good at so many things — smiling, screaming/exploding for Old Spice, being one of the best parts of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Arrested Development Season 4, being jacked — it’s already not even fair. BUT, ALSO, HE IS AN ARTIST. As a middling NFL player, Crews would make his real money by painting his teammates. Take a spin through Crews’s portfolio, courtesy of Kimmel.

Rest in peace to Joan Rivers, age 81.

Sofia Vergara is TV’s highest-paid actress (again). Estimated earnings: $37 million.

“Wu-Tang Clan Ain’t Nuthing ta Fuck Wit,” as sung by movies. (P.S. Google Drive knew to correct “to” to “ta.” Impressive.) [via]

How #EverySimpsonsEver indicated that live TV isn’t as dead as we all thought.

Shia LaBeouf still isn’t done! He’s doing Man Down with Kate Mara and Gary Oldman. It’s a psychological thriller about “a troubled Afghanistan war veteran trying to come to terms with his past while searching for his family in post-apocalyptic America.”

Zoe Saldana, Elle Fanning, and Sienna Miller will appear in Ben Affleck’s Live by Night.

This is the trailer for Paradise Lost, starring Benicio Del Toro and Josh Hutcherson.

Broadway’s Cinderella only has a few months left, but NeNe Leakes is going to play the wicked stepmother to Keke Palmer’s Cindy.

There might be a Supergirl show?

Chances are you haven’t seen The Maze Runner, as it’s not in theaters yet, but the potential YA franchise already has its sequel in development.

And Gotye is planning to run for Australian office.

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Zach Dionne is a staff writer for Grantland.

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