Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Lin-Manuel Miranda proudly present “Millennials: The Musical”, a loving satire of musical theater and millennial culture. It tells the surprisingly uplifting story of a privileged Brooklynite, Crystal, whose world comes crumbling down when she loses her phone. #Hashtag. If you’re looking for more Johnson/Miranda goodness, check out this clip from their new Disney hit Moana featuring The Rock’s solo tune, “You’re Welcome”: Moana is currently playing in theaters.
Netflix dropped the first, full official trailer for the latest flick in the Pee-wee Herman franchise this morning and the whole world is rejoicing. In Pee-wee’s Big Holiday, the forever man-child (Paul Reubens, who also co-wrote the screenplay) has a fateful meeting with a mysterious stranger (True Blood‘s Joe Manganiello) who inspires him to take his first-ever holiday in this epic story of friendship and destiny. Judd Apatow produces. Pee-wee’s Big Holiday begins streaming on Netflix on Friday, March 18th.
Funny Or Die Presents Donald Trump’s The Art Of The Deal: The Movie from Funny Or Die The comedy gods decided to leave us a present this morning in the guise of a Donald Trump bio pic starring Academy Award-nominee Johnny Depp. From Captain Jack Sparrow to Whitey Bluger, Depp is no stranger to playing awful, despicable people. And, like in his previous movies, the actor is pretty great in this. But what makes Donald Trump’s The Art OfRead More →
Last Week Tonight‘s John Oliver helps you revise the New Year’s resolutions you’ve already failed to keep in this web exclusive. Last Week Tonight with John Oliver returns in February to HBO. Sundays at 11pm.
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert celebrates Hanukkah with eight nights of videos honoring the festival of lights. Celebrate night one with Stephen and check back every night to see who turns up next, like for night two, Chef Daniel Boulud whips up a special treat: For night three, Larry Wilmore reveals that he’s never been invited to a Hanukkah celebration. Can you believe that? Andy Cohen got you all a present for night four. For nightRead More →
At this point it’s no longer a mysterious VHS tape. This one appeared duct taped above the door of The Experiment Comedy Gallery (20 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11249). Possibly sometime after Thanksgiving, Thursday evening. The note on this one simply read, “Sorry about the smells.” Here is the newest episode of the mutant creature Arachnatan’s unboxing show. Check out upcoming shows at The Experiment Comedy Gallery: http://theexcomedy.ticketfly.com/calendar Directed, edited and foleyed by Ben Trandem “Arachnatan” puppet created and performed byRead More →
This winter, Bill Murray brings an extra-special dose of holiday cheer to Netflix with the premiere of an all-star musically-driven holiday special, A Very Murray Christmas. Set inside New York City’s iconic Carlyle hotel, A Very Murray Christmas opens with Murray preparing to host a live, international holiday broadcast. After a blizzard shuts down the production, he makes the best of the situation by singing and celebrating with friends, hotel employees and anyone else who drops by. A Very MurrayRead More →
Welcome to the wonderful, weird world of HOG: Hearts of Gold, where the floors have feelings and the volcanoes have commitment issues. Brought to you by SJ Son and Ginny Leise of The Shame Game, the new series tackles issues like racism, privilege, toxic relationships and more in a bizarre-o, sideways fashion. HOG doesn’t look or feel like your typical web series thanks to the DIY, absurdist aesthetic inspired by Isabella Rosselini’s Green Porno. At the center of each vignetteRead More →