Brooklyn Nine-Nine (Fox): Andy Samberg and Andre Braugher are fun to watch; Fox might try it after "New Girl" at some point.
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey met at an improv class in Chicago in 1993. Thus began a beautiful friendship as they also performed together with the Upright Citizens Brigade in New York. The pair will host the Golden Globes for the next two years.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler headlined the strong female cast of SNL in the early 2000s, with Fey serving as head writer. Other castmembers included Ana Gasteyer, Rachel Dratch and Maya Rudolph.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler still support the Upright Citizens Brigade, the comedy group co-founded by Poehler.
Amy Poehler and Tina Fey co-starred in a small movie called "Martin & Orloff" in 2002.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler manned the desk for SNL's Weekend Update starting in 2004. It was the first time that two women co-hosted Weekend Update.
Tina Fey, who also co-wrote the film, played math teacher Ms. Norbury, while Amy Poehler went maternal as Regina George's mom in "Mean Girls."
Amy Poehler won an MTV Movie Award for "Best WTF Moment" for peeing in a sink in "Baby Mama."
"Baby Mama" premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2008.
Melissa McCarthy took the crown for lead actress in a comedy over Tina Fey ("30 Rock") and Amy Poehler ("Parks and Recreation"), but Poehler was the mastermind behind the paegent queen stunt during the show.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler performed together during 2012's Night of Too Many Stars.
The show itself, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, was a snooze, but Fey and Poehler's appearance was widely regarded as a highlight. After heckling Harris to 'twerk it,' they play-stumbled up the stage a la Jennifer Lawrence at the Oscars.
The pair hosted the last Golden Globes to great acclaim. Among their zingers: “Kathryn Bigelow's nominated tonight," Poehler said. "I haven't really been following the controversy over 'Zero Dark Thirty' but when it comes to torture, I trust the lady who spent three years married to James Cameron.”
U.S. opening weekend: $110.3M
The three-quel was the first animated movie to pass the $1 billion mark worldwide.
U.S. opening weekend: $77M
Dan Brown's blockbuster novel translated worldwide -- "Code" broke the box office record with a $152.6M worldwide opening. (Previous record was "Star Wars: Episode III" with $144.8M)
U.S. opening weekend: $57.4M
The sequel was the highest-grossing animated film of the year and worldwide grosses tallied $485M.
U.S. opening weekend: $46.2M
Although "Angels and Demons" didn't surpass "Da Vinci Code's" opening weekend, Tom Hanks is attached to star in the next Dan Brown-Robert Langdon thriller, "Inferno."
U.S. opening weekend: $30.6M
Hanks earned his fourth Oscar nom, and worldwide grosses totaled $481M.
U.S. opening weekend: $30M
Although "Catch Me" placed second in its debut at the weekend box office (to "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers), domestic gross totaled $164.6M.
U.S. opening box office: $29.1M
Pixar's first film was a huge box office hit -- "Toy Story" was the top-grossing film of the year, beating both "Batman Forever" and Hanks' own "Apollo 13."
U.S. opening weekend: $28.9M
Hanks earned his last Oscar nomination for the film, even with Wilson the Volleyball stealing scenes.
U.S. opening weekend: $26M
"Captain Phillips" placed second to "Gravity" -- but two adult-skewing films at the top of the box office is great news for the studios. “With 'Gravity' in the market, an opening like this for 'Captain Phillips' speaks volumes to its potential longevity,” said Sony worldwide distribution prexy Rory Bruer. “I think Tom's performance is one that everyone will want to see.”
U.S. opening weekend: $25.4M
Hanks reunited with "Splash" director Ron Howard and ruled the box office for 3 weeks.