• Can you hear these 7 comedians in the Toy Story 4 trailer?

    Pixar released a trailer for the highly anticipated Toy Story 4. The film is set to come out June 21 of next year. Most of the principal cast is returning to the film, seen spinning through a cloud-filled background in the trailer. While nothing is given away about the plot of the film, it does introduce a new character who is sure to be integral to the story. You can

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    Julia Louis-Dreyfus GQ ’15 Funniest People Alive’ photoshoot, wherein she simulates sex with a clown

    GQ, like seemingly every mainstream print publication who, for the past few years, decided comedy was worth their coverage time, has revealed their list of the 15 Funniest People Alive, including Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Out on newsstands April 29, the issue includes interviews and original photos of those comedians deemed by the men’s lifestyle magazine as the most funny alive– or as they put it in a publicity e-mail,

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    Comedy Central greenlights Key and Peele animated series, expands fourth season

    On the heels of a stellar third season of Keegan Michael-Key and Jordan Peele’s hit sketch comedy show, Comedy Central is wisely doubling down on the massively popular duo. The network announced today that they’re not only expanding Key & Peele’s already-announced fourth season order – 20 episodes plus two best-of episodes – but they’re also developing an animated series based on the duo’s “Vandaveon & Mike characters.” In a

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    SF Sketchfest announces stellar lineup, Key and Peele, Amy Schumer, Tenacious D, more!

    Like many folks, I have mixed feelings about comedy festivals. On the one hand, maintaining the requisite energy to plow through days of programming and events is a tall order. On the other hand, so much awesome business happens that it’s usually worth the sleepless nights and inevitable exhaustion on the tail end. SF Sketchfest announced their 13th annual comedy festival line-up this week, running Jan. 23 through Feb. 9

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    Key and Peele introduce an anger translator for Michelle Obama (Video)

    In case you missed last night’s episode of Key and Peele, or you just want to relive the magic of the latest sketch featuring Luther, Barack Obama’s anger translator, we’ve lovingly embedded it below. The twist here is that we find out Michelle Obama has her own translator. Both translators face off in an effort to make a romantic night at home come to fruition. Check it out! Key and

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    Watch this Key & Peele trailer for season three, which might be the best trailer of all time

    When Key and Peele returns to Comedy Central on Sept. 18 at 10:30 pm ET, it will mark one of comedy’s most anticipated premieres of 2013. And this just-released trailer for season three illustrates why that is. Set to a dramatic vocal performance, we find our sketch heroes Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele embedded in celebrity parodies, pop-culture spoofs and hilariously unexplainable situations– what the fuck is up with that

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    Comedy Central renews ‘Key and Peele’ for season three (Video)

    Although tomorrow marks the season two finale of Key and Peele, Comedy Central’s hit sketch show featuring Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, it, by no means, marks the end of the show. Comedy Central today announced that the show will see a third season, set to debut next Fall. “Since Obama won re-election, it only seems fair that we would give Key and Peele another season,” said Kent Alterman, Head

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    Barack Obama and his anger translator Luther celebrate their election win (Video)

    Now that the election is over and the victor is official, here’s a message from Barack Obama and his anger translator, Luther– aka Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key. Check out our live blog from last night’s Comedy Central Election Night party!

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    Obama and his anger translator Luther give Mitt Romney geography lesson, debate advice (Video)

    Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key (aka, Comedy Central’s Key & Peele) have been delivering hilarious, pointed political commentary throughout the election season. And no doubt Peele’s Obama and Key’s Luther (Obama’s anger translator) have been the high point of their Web-only content. In their latest, the pair recap the third and final presidential debate, which went down Monday in Florida, as well as offer Mitt Romney some not-so-friendly advice on

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