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  • Watch the video of Ridiculous Six Native actors talking with producers on set of Adam Sandler’s film

    Vanilla Ice, Adam Sandler, David SpadeAdam Sandler’s latest film, Ridiculous Six, has been under a lot of scrutiny over the last few weeks. News had come out that Native American actors had left the set over what is being reported as offensive jokes and character names. Parts of the script that are under fire have also been leaked. And now this. Video obtained by Indian Country Today shows numerous Native actors on the set of the Netflix film (which Sandler co-wrote and is starring in) arguing with a producer, who has yet to be identified, as well as two crew members. Included in the discussion are these very said topics including the naming of one character, Beaver Breath. Also in the video, many of the actors made it clear they weren’t particularly happy with Sandler playing a faux-Apache and being portrayed as the film’s “hero.” Read More

    The next season of Aqua Teen Hunger Force will be its last

    Aqua Teen Hunger ForceIt’s the end of an era for late night stoner cartoon watchers everywhere. The animated adventures of a box of french fries, a milkshake, and a wad of meat are coming to an end. Say it isn’t so! Today, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, the longest original show on Adult Swim, announced the premiere date of its new season and with it the announcement that this season will be the show’s last. The final season, dubbed Aqua Teen Hunger Force Forever begins on June 21st. It will be the 13th season of the Dave Willis / Matt Maierraro creation that not only heavily helped Adult Swim become the brand it is today, but also made it very cool to smoke as we give the bird.

    So on June 21st at midnight let’s all take one last trip in the danger cart with Master Shake, Meatwad, Frylock, and Carl. Read More

    Mark Wahlberg and Ted attempt to obtain Tom Brady’s sperm in the Ted 2 official Red Band trailer

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    Mark Wahlberg and Ted give us a new version of the Law and Order theme song while they are high on the couch. They also try to get a sample of Tom Brady’s sperm in the Red Band Trailer for Ted 2 in theaters June 26. Amanda Seyfried and Morgan Freeman appear! Read More

    Jenny Slate and Ari Graynor team up for FX road-trip comedy

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    Details have finally emerged about Jenny Slate’s FX pilot we reported on back in early March. It’s now been revealed that Slate will team up with For a Good Time, Call… star Ari Graynor. And they’ll be hitting the road. The pair will play two New York friends who are driving across the country after making a movie together. The pilot has been described “like Thelma and Louise — but nobody dies.” It begins shooting this week in New York City. The project reunites Slate, who starred in Obvious Child, with the indie film’s director/writer, Gillian Robespierre, and producer Elisabeth Holm. Robespierre wrote the pilot with Holm and will direct it, while both are serving as executive producers alongside Slate.  Slate is a co-star of Married, which returns for season 2 in July, also on FX. Graynor recently starred in the short-lived CBS comedy Bad Teacher. Her other credits include Kroll Show, American Dad, Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist, and The Sitter. There’s no official title for the project at this time.

    Lewis Black announces The Rant is Due: Part Deux Fall Tour 2015

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    Lewis Black, the Grammy Award-winning stand-up comedian, is one of the most prolific and popular performers working today. He is not only a stand-up comedian, but also an actor and author. He is one of a few performers to sell out multiple renowned theaters, including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, New York City Center, the Main Stage at the Mirage in Las Vegas and most recently, a sold-out Broadway run at the Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York City. He is a passionate performer who is a more pissed-off optimist than a mean-spirited curmudgeon. Lewis is the rare comic who can cause an audience to laugh themselves into incontinence while making compelling points about the absurdity of our world. Lewis Black came into national prominence with his appearances on The Daily Show in 1996. Read More

    Chappelle has a bad night in Detroit and fans want their money back


    It was an interesting evening in Detroit this past Thursday for Dave Chappelle. He’s been on a tear as of late with sold-out shows all along his current tour. However, the second leg of a doubleheader during his two night stay in the Motor City left something to be desired. TMZ reports the crowd became disruptive and frustrated with the comedian as his slurry speech led to claims of Chappelle being to drunk to perform. Was it just a bad set? Was he drunk? Either way, the people are demanding a refund as tickets to the performance went for upwards of $240. You be the judge. As we all know in the comedy world, not every show is homerun. Roll the clip. Read More

    Super Troopers 2 raises $4.4 Million during their fundraising campaign

    Super Troopers 2The comedy troupe known as the The Broken Lizard are no longer broke. That’s because they just finished raising $4.4 million in just 30 days in their campaign pitch to make a sequel to the cult favorite Super Troopers. This goes down as the second most successful crowdfunding campaign for a movie. The Indiegogo campaign was funded by over 50,000 contributors. It reached it’s goal of $2 million in just over a day, 26 hours to be exact. Production is set to go into action this summer, 14 years after the original Super Troopers was released. And per an agreement, if the $2 million goal was met, 20th Century Fox would release the film. The original Super Troopers was made for $1.2 million and acquired by Searchlight at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival. It grossed $23 million worldwide. That doesn’t include the extra life gained through word of mouth post theatrical release on various formats including DVD. Some of the fun perks that were sold to entice fans to contribute to the sequel fund came through including “The Best Men” incentive for $20,000: “All five members of Broken Lizard will attend your wedding and act as your groomsmen (or bridesmaids). We’ll even bring you a gift.” Read More

    This Week on TV: Nate Bargatze’s special Full Time Magic premieres

    BargatzeComedian Nate Bargatze’s star is surely on the rise. With a recent stellar appearance on The Tonight Show and performances at both the SXSW and the Moontower Comedy Festivals this spring, he’s due to hit your televisions not once, but twice more this week. First, on Thursday, he returns to the beloved social media commentary competition show @midnight with Chris Hardwick. Points Bargatze. Then on Saturday at 12midnight, on Comedy Central, the premiere of his much anticipated new special Nate Bargatze: Full Time Magic. It was filmed at the Gramercy Theatre in New York City and is Bargatze’s first hour long stand-up special. The Tennessee native explains how it’s much worse to get locked out of a hotel room naked and drunk late in life rather than during his college days. Also this week on tv, one notable late night appearance in what will most likely be Steve Martin’s final appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman Friday night. And here’s the whole slate of guest drop-ins for the week… Read More

    Watch Cecily Strong’s speech at the White House Correspondents Dinner

    This weekend was the White House Correspondents Dinner, an annual event where a comedian hosts a night of semi-roastery of politicians, pundits, and celebs. This year Saturday Night Live’s own Cecily Strong hosted. Strong took to the stage after the president spoke (along with Luther), here’s her speech.

    President Obama brought Anger Translator Luther to the White House Correspondents Dinner

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    This weekend was the White House Correspondents Dinner, while giving his speech, President Obama determined that some parts of his speech needed to drive a point home so he called in for some help. In this case it as Anger Translator, Luther of Key & Peele fame. Luther handled the frustrations that the President had, well that’s until the end of the speech when it seems Luthor’s services weren’t really needed. Read More