Olivia Munn Steals Jennifer Lawrence's Lines, Michael Fassbender Gets 'Too Method' During The Big Lebowski Live Table Read

Jennifer Lawrence brought her signature brand of humor to a live reading of the 1998 cult classic The Big Lebowski on Friday, but she nearly didn’t get to read her lines thanks to a flub by Olivia Munn.

Lawrence, 24, joined X-Men: Apocalypse costar Munn and an impressive celebrity cast to perform the script from the popular Coen Brothers’s film during the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal, Canada.

Conan O'Brien Thanks Letterman, Tells Viewers to Switch Over to Dave (VIDEO)

Like every younger-generation late-night TV host, Conan O’Brien is indebted to David Letterman. And O’Brien dedicated a portion of his show Wednesday night to making sure his audience knew it, personally thanking Letterman for his work in the field the pair have made their home for years.

Patton Oswalt Issues 53-Tweet Defense of The Daily Show's Trevor Noah

“Welcome to comedy in 2015, @trevornoah!”

That’s what comedian Patton Oswalt Tweeted in the 52nd of the 53 Tweets he posted on Wednesday in defense of the newly announced Daily Show host Trevor Noah.

Patton Oswalt's 5 Best Quotes from the Independent Spirit Awards

Patton Oswalt hosted the Independent Spirit Awards Saturday, and nothing was off limits for the acerbic comedian. Here are some highlights.

• “I am such a huge film buff, I’ve nicknamed my genitals the Criterion Collection … commentary by Peter Bogdanovich.”

• Robert Redford’s lost-at-sea drama, All is Lost, was “Life of Pi without the tiger budget.”

People You Should Be Following on Twitter Right Now

Is your Twitter timeline getting stale? After all, there’s only so many times you can retweet George Takei.

In that case, check out some of the newest people to join the social network – and a few standouts that you should be following (if you’re not already).

Celine Dion
Near, far, wherever you are, you can follow the Canadian songbird on Twitter.

Patton Oswalt's Heartfelt Reaction to Boston Bombings: People Are Good, Will Always Help

A comedian and writer known for his TV role on The King of Queens and in films including Young Adult and Ratatouille, Patton Oswalt got serious alongside most of those reacting to the bombings at the Boston Marathon Monday afternoon.

He refused to limit himself to just 140 characters on Twitter, where he quoted Mister Rogers on what he was told to do when bad things happen. The hopeful message has inspired thousands of retweets and favorites.