Real-life best friends Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone have mastered the art of working with friends.  Together, the three created some of the most iconic viral videos that “Saturday Night Live” has featured in years.

Now, moving on to bigger screens the three, who call themselves The Lonely Island, star in POPSTAR: NEVER STOP NEVER STOPPING, which they also wrote and directed.  It’s a mockumentary filled with back-to-back celebrity cameos and start-to-finish laughter.  The trio managed to get half of Hollywood to sign onto their project: P!nk, Michael Bolton, Mariah Carey, Maya Rudolph, Sarah Silverman and many more.

For more about POPSTAR: NEVER STOP NEVER STOPPING take a look below…

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Jewish(ish) highlights from the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards

After Macklemore and Ryan Lewis blew a shofar in a VMA promo video, we were hopeful last night’s event would be full of fantastic Jewish moments. Not so much, unfortunately, but here’s what we managed to scrape together.

The awards ceremony took place in the Barclays Center, which is in Brooklyn, which is, last time we checked, a borough a few Jews call home.

The award for Best Collaboration went to Jewish singer Pink and Nate Ruess of the band fun. for “Just Give Me A Reason.” Ruess may not be a member of the tribe, but fun.’s lead singer Jack Anotonoff is, and Ruess is reportedly dating his sister Rachel.

Drake’s “Started From the Bottom” was nominated for Best Hip-Hop Video and Best Direction. The Jewish rapper didn’t take home a Moonman, but he did perform “Hold On, We’re Going Home.”

Jewish actors Scarlett Johansson and Joseph Gordon-Levitt made out in the premiere of a racy new clip from “Don Jon.” Levitt wrote and directed the romantic comedy, which comes out September 27.

The Maccabeats – Purim Song [VIDEO]

Based on “Raise Your Glass” by P!nk

Filmed, Directed and Edited by Uri Westrich
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Production assistant – Rivie Shalev

The music in this Maccabeats song is made entirely from their voices and mouths.