So, we have ourselves a sequel to Joe Dirt due out on Crackle this summer. Just as the Independence holiday weekend is upon us, another clip from the movie has hit us. In this, Dirt (David Spade) visits a mobster (Christopher Walken) from the future. Queue the eerie future noises and the blasters. Pew pew.
Kid Cudi takes over for Reggie Watts during season 4 of Comedy Bang Bang July 9 on IFC. Watch this clip of Scott Aukerman meeting his new co-star.
Today marks the premiere date of the new original stand-up series, Coming To The Stage. The weekly series, hosted by comedian Dan Levy showcases new upcoming stand-up talent. Each week you, dear comedy fans will get to check out some stand-up from a comedian you might not’ve heard of yet, but you definitely will. In the premiere EP, Levy welcomes Sara Schaefer and Ian Abramson to the stage. Let’s check out some clips. Read More
No matter how cool you are, or think you are, there are simply things you cannot look cool doing. And Billie Dee Williams will let you know what 14 things those are. Check out this short film, Never Cool, from Benzo Theodore starring Mark Odlum and narrated by Billy Dee Williams demonstrating a simple, yet fundamental lesson of life.
Jimmy & Jack do a shot-for-shot remake of Extreme’s “More Than Words” music video on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. Black’s The D Train hits theaters May 8. And his new show on HBO, The Brink, begins June 21.
Weird Al wants to show you what you can expect when you open up your 2015 Grammy Award through the ever popular format of the un-boxing video. It can never be stated enough. He is a genius.
A grand meeting of the minds have come together in Stephen Hawking and legendary comedy troupe Monty Python. Who better to cover the “Galaxy Song” from the Python’s than Hawking himself. Read More
Heems new video for the song “Sometimes” stars comedians Hannibal Buress and Eric Andre who work together on The Eric Andre Show. Star in music video, check.
Dispatches from the MSG Garden of Laughs with Dane Cook, Billy Gardell, Michael J. Fox, Will Arnett, Lewis Black and John Oliver
I consider myself lucky in that I get to cover some very special events. One of those was the recent sold-out Garden of Laughs event at The Theatre at Madison Square Garden Exec. Produced by my old friend Rory Rosegarten of The Conversation Company. He who handles Ray Romano, Robert Klein, Brian Regan, and other comics of that renown. Garden of Laughs raised over a million dolllars for Garden of Dreams, which is a charity made up of 25 organizations dedicated to bringing assistance to kids facing major obstacles in their lives like extreme poverty, homelessness, illness and foster care. Read More
Billy Eichner and David Letterman leave the comfort of the Ed Sullivan Theater to ask New Yorkers, “What should David Letterman do next?” Billy on the Street season 4 is coming soon to truTV.