• Comedian T.J. Miller cast in comedy flick penned by “Hangover” scribe

    One of my favorite rising stand-up comedians is, without a doubt, T.J. Miller. The tale of his driver’s license photo – which you can check out below – inspired me to try to mess with my local DMV in a similar way. Sadly, I lack the cojones to do what Miller did. Boring driver’s license notwithstanding, I’m super excited that T.J. has been cast to co-star in a Scot Armstrong

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    Review: “Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop”

    In theaters June 24 As a Conan O’Brien fan who followed The Tonight Show ordeal as closely and obsessively as Internet access allowed, I’d describe the last two years of the host’s career as: a) hectic and b) well documented. Everybody interested in knowing what went down at NBC and in the Conan and Leno camps does; there’s even a book about it– The War For Late Night: When Leno

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    Judd Apatow, Paul Feig will follow up ‘Bridesmaids’ success with new comedy flick

    Judd Apatow

    Comedy duos aren’t a new trend in entertainment: there’s Laurel and Hardy, Cheech and Chong, Abbott and Costello, Wilder and Pryor… uh, Harold and Kumar! These couples have made their mark onscreen because of their partnership – it’s hard to imagine a Cheech without a Chong. Some duos, though, have been busier off-screen, whether they write, produce or direct films together. That’s the case

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    Did Zach Galifianakis really give away ‘Hangover Part III’ plot to Rolling Stone?

    In a supposedly revealing, interview with Rolling Stone, Zach Galifianakis, supposedly leaks the details to the next installment of The Hangover mega comedy franchise. Supposedly, his character Alan is stuck in a mental institution and the Wolf Pack attempts to break him out. After his shenanigans involving January Jones a few weeks ago, in which he somehow convinced her that he was hilarious by insulting her, exactly how much credence

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    Olivia Munn cast in Broken Lizard’s sperm bank flick

    Some of my favorite comedy films are low-budget, low-key indie flicks that don’t substitute snazzy production for solid plot or talented actors. With any luck, a new Broken Lizard (the folks who brought you Super Troopers and Beerfest) production called The Babymakers will fall in that category of “awesome,” especially since some rising comedy stars are involved. Variety reports Olivia Munn, former Attack of the Show fixture and current Daily

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