Here’s your look at the “Men’s Film Festival” from “Portlandia”
In a first look clip from an upcoming episode of Portlandia, mens’ rights activists Drew and Andy (played by Fred… MORE Here’s your look at the “Men’s Film Festival” from “Portlandia” appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Whitney Cummings: 'The scariest place to perform standup is America'
The outspoken comic talks about directing a ‘science comedy’ on the female brain, overcoming her battle with co-dependency and the cult of celebrity griefAt only 34, Whitney Cummings has packed an enormous amount of success – and a few notable failures – into her career. Name... [Read More]
Get ready, here I come: 20 talents set to take 2017 by storm
The singer who stunned Pharrell, the writer to rival Pynchon, the son of a stone carver making art out of his body … we choose 20 names to watch in stage, film, books, art, design, music and TVMore on the unmissable culture of 2017Continue reading...... [Read More]
Get ready, here I come: 20 talents set to take 2017 by storm
The singer who stunned Pharrell, the writer to rival Pynchon, the son of a stone carver making art out of his body … we choose 20 names to watch in stage, film, books, art, design, music and TVMore on the unmissable culture of 2017Continue reading...... [Read More]
John Mulaney and Nick Kroll to host 2017 Spirit Awards
The Spirit Awards and the LA Film Festival have announced that Nick Kroll (Loving, Sing, The League, Kroll Show) and… MORE John Mulaney and Nick Kroll to host 2017 Spirit Awards appeared first on The Laugh Button.... [Read More]
Beyoncé to Black Mirror; the culture that defines 2016
How better to make sense of this turbulent year than through the art and literature it has produced? Our critics choose the works that sum up the last 12 monthsIf there is one film that holds a political key to understanding 2016, it is Ghostbusters: that funny, good-natured, easygoing female remake... [Read More]
Beyoncé to Black Mirror; the culture that defines 2016
How better to make sense of this turbulent year than through the art and literature it has produced? Our critics choose the works that sum up the last 12 monthsIf there is one film that holds a political key to understanding 2016, it is Ghostbusters: that funny, good-natured, easygoing female remake... [Read More]
Beyoncé to Black Mirror; the culture that defines 2016
How better to make sense of this turbulent year than through the art and literature it has produced? Our critics choose the works that sum up the last 12 monthsIf there is one film that holds a political key to understanding 2016, it is Ghostbusters: that funny, good-natured, easygoing female remake... [Read More]