• Most Jewish Grammy Award: Vampire Weekend for best alternative music album

    If you tuned into the 56th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, you know there wasn’t much Jewish representation going on. And no, we can’t count Lorde, no matter how many Jewish “Royals” parodies there are out there. There was, however, Vampire Weekend’s “Modern Vampires of the City,” which took the trophy for Best Alternative Music… More ▸

  • Watch: Jonah Hill as a 6-year-old Catskills comic on ‘SNL’

    Just when you thought “Saturday Night Live” couldn’t get any Jew-ier (thanks Drake!), Jonah Hill took over as guest star this past weekend. His third time on the show meant another opportunity to see the “Wolf of Wall Street” star play Adam Grossman, a 6-year-old whose body has been invaded by the spirit of a… More ▸

  • Gal Gadot signs 3-picture deal to play Wonder Woman

    Get ready for lots of Gal Gadot. Turns out the Israeli actress and model won’t just be playing Wonder Woman in “Batman vs. Superman,” as recently reported. She’ll be playing Wonder Woman in three movies. Gadot revealed the news of her three-picture deal with Warner Bros. on the Israeli talk show “Good Evening With Gai… More ▸

  • ‘Hollywood Hillbillies’ star: Jews are too smart for manual labor

    This week saw the premiere of cable network REELZ’s new reality show, “Hollywood Hillbillies.” Not included in the episode—but available thanks to the generosity of the folks at TMZ—is this clip in which Mema, transplanted to LaLa Land (LA) from small-town Georgia, shares her feelings about Jews. “I love Jews. I’ve never seen one that… More ▸

  • Watch: Sarah Silverman, Jesus team up to preach reproductive rights

    In Sarah Silverman’s latest PSA, the comedienne recounts her experience being visited by Jesus Christ. Yep, the Jesus Christ. Believe it or not, he showed up in her home, asking her her to spread his message to the people! “Even if they think you’re kidding they’ll hear it. And they’ll make their own choice,” Christ explains. Then… More ▸

  • Sacha Baron Cohen to star in ‘Alice in Wonderland’ sequel?

    Sacha Baron Cohen is in early talks to join Disney’s “Alice in Wonderland 2,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. If it all goes through, he’ll appear alongside Johnny Depp and Mia Wasikowska, who both starred in the first film as the Mad Hatter and Alice, respectively. The sequel is set to be released over Memorial… More ▸

  • Zach Braff at Sundance: ‘Wish I Was Here’

    “Wish I Was Here,” Zach Braff’s Kickstarter-funded film, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival Saturday night. Fans eagerly awaiting the “Garden State” follow up—especially the 46,520 who helped pay for it to be made—will be glad to know it was warmly received. The screening ended with a standing ovation, certain critics had nice things to say,… More ▸

  • Watch: Drake’s ‘SNL’ bar mitzvah

    Drake invaded “Saturday Night Live” this week, serving as host and musical guest. Here’s what we learned: The guy can act, and watching him get bar mitzvahed never gets old. The rapper formerly known as Aubrey Graham didn’t waste any time tapping into the comedic potential of his interesting background. Taking the stage for his… More ▸