Former Presidential Candidate and Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney dropped by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last Friday night to promote his Netflix documentary Mitt and it appears that he actually does have a sense of humor. (What is up with Bay State politicians not named Kennedy trying NOT to be funny while running for office?) The clip below, where he “Slow Jams The News” with the host, is actual proof: And Mitt is currently streaming on Netflix.
For the second weekend in a row, the comedy juggernaut that is Kevin Hart ruled the North American multiplexes as Ride Along — which also happens to star Ice Cube — earned an estimated $21.2 million for a 10-day gross of $75.4 million. Last week, the film had the biggest January opening ever, as well as the biggest MLK Day weekend ever with $41.5 million in ticket sales. Though Ride Along is well on its way to becoming the first comedy released in 2014Read More →
After five tries, Kathy Griffin finally won a Grammy for Best Comedy Album for Calm Down Gurrl. In a red carpet interview with E!’s Ryan Seacrest, Griffin — who received her award in a pre-televised ceremony — said that she thanked Justin Bieber, among other celebrities, for giving her “his relaxing juice”. She then added, “I’ve never made my 93-year-old alcoholic mother more proud.” For those interested in listening to her now Grammy Award-winning album Calm Down Gurrl — which,Read More →
Good morning from New York, it’s SNL Highlights! Check out The Experiment every Sunday after a brand new episode of SNL to catch the best sketches. This way, you can be start your day off fresh PLUS you don’t have to sit through the some of the more crappy musical performances. SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 2014 Host: Jonah Hill Musical Guests: Bastille Jonah Hill’s “The Wolf Of Wall Street” Co-Star, What’s-His-Face, Crashes His Opening Monologue Jonah Hill plays up his dickishRead More →
For sometime now, various people have approached me for advice on how to break into comedy. Mind you, not how to succeed — because others are much better suited to give advice on that than I. No, these hungry folks have seen a couple of talented young women getting their own Comedy Central show or a worthy performer finally getting her big break by being cast on “Saturday Night Live” and they want to know where to start so theyRead More →