What would you do with fame, if you had it? Would you simply enjoy all the perks and pay that come with it, or would you use it as a launching pad for your creative passions?
The UFC has enlisted an unlikely '90s animated duo in its quest to turn Saturday's UFC 200 pay-per-view event into its most popular ever: King of the Hill's Hank Hill and George Liquor from The Ren & Stimpy Show.
UPDATE: Terry Crews says he will not be reprising his President Camacho role from the 2006 cult favorite Idiocracy in a series of anti-Donald Trump ads after all. "It was killed," Crews told Business Insider on Wednesday. "[Idiocracy co-screenwriter] Etan Cohen went out and said we were making anti-Trump ads, but we weren't. I'm not anti-Trump, I'm not anti-Hillary [Clinton]. I'm not pro anybody."ORIGINAL STORY:Ted Cruz failed to take down Donald Trump in the Republican primaries, but maybe Terry Cruz Crews can get the job done.With elements of the current election cycle often compared to the zany, low-I.Q. future America depicted in the 2006 satire Idiocracy, it's perhaps no surprise that Crews may soon reprise his character from that film—pumped-up, machine gun-toting, R&B belting President Dwayne Elizondo Mountain Dew Herbert Camacho.
HBO has picked up its merrily profane Beltway comedy, Veep, for a fourth season, while locking in the newbie Mike Judge strip, Silicon Valley, for a second run.