Hank Azaria responds to Hari Kondabolu’s truTV documentary on The Simpsons: “The Problem with Apu”
Here’s something you don’t see much: A celebrity thanking TMZ for stopping him to ask a question. But here was Hank Azaria, who voices Apu (among several other characters) on The Simpsons, with a statement regarding comedian Hari Konadbolu’s documentary for truTV, The Problem With ... [Read More]
David Wain’s Doug Kenney/National Lampoon biopic, Robin Williams documentary both will premiere at 2018 Sundance Film Festival
The Sundance Film Festival has announced its slate of world premieres for January 2018, and among them are two notable new comedy projects. Futile and Stupid Gesture, David Wain’s biopic of Doug Kenney, co-creator of The National Lampoon, as well as the screenwriter of Animal House and Caddysh... [Read More]
It’s comedians talking about #2 in new Sklar Brothers documentary
There’s a book we’ve read as a kid called Everybody Poops, and now there’s a documentary by the Sklar Bros.… MORE It’s comedians talking about #2 in new Sklar Brothers documentary appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
It’s a comedy tour trek across the Midwest with Doug Stanhope’s “The Unbookables”
Doug Stanhope has always been a comedian that believes in doing it yourself and making your own path. He and… MORE It’s a comedy tour trek across the Midwest with Doug Stanhope’s “The Unbookables” appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
CBS Is Developing a ‘Stripes’ TV Series Adaptation
Another day, another TV reboot. According to Variety, CBS has put into development a single-cam series adaptation of the 1981 film Stripes, which originally starred Bill Murray and was directed by Ivan Reitman. Trevor Moore, Sam Brown, and Zach Cregger of The Whitest Kids U’ Know are... [Read More]
For Martin Starr, the Best Roles Are as Exciting as They Are Terrifying
Whether it’s as a freak and/or geek, a caterer, or a senior security architect, Martin Starr is best known for one of his roles in three of the most well-received comedies of this century. But between those shows, which somewhat surprisingly includes a nine-year gap from Freaks and Geeks to Pa... [Read More]
For Martin Starr, the Best Roles Are as Exciting as They Are Terrifying
Whether it’s as a freak and/or geek, a caterer, or a senior security architect, Martin Starr is best known for one of his roles in three of the most well-received comedies of this century. But between those shows, which somewhat surprisingly includes a nine-year gap from Freaks and Geeks to Pa... [Read More]
Getting Personal with Gilbert Gottfried
Judd Apatow calls it “hilarious, oddly moving.” Entertainment Weekly says it’s “remarkable, fascinating, totally unexpected.” Even Anthony Jeselnik skipped the jokes for a rare minute to say, “This film is a hilarious, humanizing, and shockingly intimate portrait ... [Read More]
Louis C.K. Abruptly Cancels the Premiere of ‘I Love You, Daddy’
Louis C.K. has abruptly canceled the premiere of his new film I Love You, Daddy as well as a scheduled appearance on tonight’s Late Show with Stephen Colbert. According to The Hollywood Reporter, tonight’s New York premiere of C.K.’s film has been canceled due to “unexpected ... [Read More]
Josh Sharp and Aaron Jackson Review Hollywood’s Latest “Globalist Liberal Propaganda Trash” on ‘The Opposition’
Here’s a great clip from last night’s The Opposition with Jordan Klepper, where Citizen Journalists Josh Sharp and Aaron Jackson review some movies coming out this week – or as they call them, “globalist liberal propaganda trash.” The two cover everything from Thor: Rag... [Read More]