• 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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    11 comedians who are more conservative than you thought

    Stand-up comedians, as well as the rest of the entertainment industry, are typically seen as liberals and anti-Trump. Although you probably saw many popular comedy stars campaigning for Hillary Clinton in 2016 or encouraging a blue wave during last week’s midterm elections, it’s not common you see celebrities defending President Donald Trump. On Sunday, November 4, a pro-Trump “Deplorables” comedy tour kicked off in Dallas with a show the following night in Houston.

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    Last Man Standing tackles the spanking issue (Exclusive preview)

    To spank or not to spank—that is the question on many parents’ minds in these ever-changing and progressive times. Back in the day, if parents didn’t smack their child every now and again (when he or she deserved it, of course) most parents judged them harshly. These days, it’s quite the opposite. There’s things like “behavior charts” and “time outs,” foreign and terrible concepts for a lot of American grandparents.

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    Tom Hanks making movie about Leno and Letterman

    In the midst of NBC’s highly-publicized late night shuffle, development is underway on a movie about several of the players involved. William Knoedelseder‘s book, I’m Dying Up Here: Heartbreak and High Times in Stand-up Comedy’s Golden Era is being adapted for the screen by Playtone, Tom Hanks’ production company. The story focuses on The Comedy Store, LA’s premiere comedy club during the 70’s and 80’s and the venue where Jay

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    Starz documentary highlights stand-ups on the big screen

    They say the days of success in stand-up leading to big time deals could be on the decline. However, Comics on Screen, a new documentary airing on the Starz network, tells the stories of a handful of comedians who got their lucky breaks in Hollywood through live comedy. The film features interviews with Tim Allen, Dane Cook, George Lopez, Rosie O’Donnell, Cedric the Entertainer, and many others. It premiered September.

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