1-20 of 189 items from 2015 « Prev | Next »
The Seinfeld reunion is officially going down! In a preview for season six of Jerry Seinfeld's Crackle show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, the 61-year-old funnyman reunites with his longtime friend and former co-star Julia Louis-Dreyfus! In addition to Louis-Dreyfus, the season six trailer clip shows Seinfeld having hilarious conversations with stars like Jim Carrey, Steve Harvey, Stephen Colbert, Bill Maher and Trevor Noah. Seinfeld and his guests hop into a bevy of rare and expensive cars before heading to the nearest diner for some coffee (hence the name of the show). At one point, Seinfeld and Louis-Dreyfus have each other in stitches while strolling around Los Angeles. "You are the James Bond »
Jerry Seinfeld’s web series continues to roll along as the most popular offering within Crackle’s original content library. The season six trailer for Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee offers a look at Seinfeld’s upcoming round of casual conversations with funny people, which will commence on June 3rd.
The season six guest list, which Crackle revealed during its upfront presentation to advertisers, includes Stephen Colbert, Bill Maher, Steve Harvey, Julia-Louis Dreyfus, Jim Carrey, and newly-minted Daily Show host Trevor Noah. The trailer shows snippets from all six episodes; this season’s silliest twist occurs in Bill Maher’s episode, in which Seinfeld and the Real Time host drive around in an old-fashioned police car.
Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee has consistently served as a top performer for Crackle, which is owned and operated by Sony Pictures Television. Across its first three seasons, it scored more than 25 million views. »
- Sam Gutelle
Good news, everyone! Jerry Seinfeld’s webseries Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee is, quite simply, one of the best things on the internet, and the first trailer for Season 6 has landed online to tease us with a slew of fascinating new guests. For those unfamiliar with the concept for the show, each episode finds Seinfeld picking up a comedian in a specifically chosen classic car, and the two then go out for coffee and basically talk about anything and everything for 20-30 minutes. Past episodes have given us glorious conversations with everyone from David Letterman to Howard Stern, and this new season isn’t skimping on the talent. The trailer for Season 6 boasts a lineup that includes Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Bill Maher, Jim Carrey, Steve Harvey, and the new host of The Daily Show, Trevor Noah. With Maher and Noah set to appear this season, Seinfeld will have assembled nearly all »
- Adam Chitwood
Star-Lord, Gandalf and Cookie Monster all made appearances among the most notable Saturday Night Live sketches of the year. With season 40 officially in the books, here are our picks for the venerable NBC comedy show's 10 standout segments. Be sure to let us know in the comments which sketches we overlooked. See more 'SNL': Inside the Show's 40 Most Defining Moments (Photos) Marvel Can't Fail (Host: Chris Pratt, Sept. 27) We're ready to shell out money now to see Marvel's next film, Fancy Ghosts. [readmore:779939] Lincoln Ads (Host: Jim Carrey, Oct. 25) Carrey let viewers know what Matthew McConaughey was
- Ryan Gajewski
No show produces more divisive critical response than “Saturday Night Live.” And that makes sense: Comedy is subjective, and nowhere on television does that more apply than “SNL,” where one person’s sketch of the night is another viewer’s worst sketch of the year. So a list like this isn’t meant as a definitive statement but rather one personal point of view. That’s both an obvious and necessary distinction to make. No sketches were unintentionally omitted. I went back, looked at every sketch I graded, adjusted in-the-moment rankings accordingly and came up with 15 great sketches in what I personally saw as the show’s greatest season in the five years I’ve covered it here at HitFix. Honorable Mentions: “Swiftamine” (Chris Rock), “Graveyard Song” (Jim Carrey), “Nest-Spresso” (Cameron Diaz), “Overly Full Brain” (James Franco) Tostinos Activity Pack For Women (Jk Simmons) Click through the gallery below to »
- Ryan McGee
DreamWorks Pictures Comedy is undoubtedly the most subjective movie genre of the bunch. Everyone simply has a difference of opinion as to what they think is funny. Some people might find the sight of someone vomiting on another person hilarious while others prefer their comedy to be slightly more sophisticated. Neither preference is wrong, just different (and certainly not mutually exclusive).
The turn of the century saw a shift in the cinematic comedic landscape. The dominance of Jim Carrey was on its last leg, and fellow comedy heavyweights such as Adam Sandler and Eddie Murphy would soon find themselves relegated to mostly lowest common denominator films that lack comedic souls.
The early 2000s saw the rise of Will Ferrell, Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson and many others. By the time the mid-to-late-2000s came around, guys like Judd Apatow, Seth Rogen and Zach Galifianakis were running things. Fast forward to present day, »
- Jesse Gumbarge
Jim Carrey has found love with a much-younger woman! The 53-year-old actor was spotted with his girlfriend, 28-year-old Cathriona White, on Thursday in New York City. The "Dumb and Dumber To" star was seen holding hands with the Irish beauty, who happens to be 25 years younger than him, as they made their way down the street in the Big Apple. The pair first went public with their romance in late 2012, but they split in March of 2013. Judging by these new pics, this couple is definitely back on! The actor recently opened up about love, admitting that he would never get married again. "I just don't see it as necessary at this point," he told Howard Stern last year. "Is it really sacred? I don't know." Carrey was previously married to Lauren Holly for one year and Melissa Womer for eight years. He also dated Renee Zellweger, to whom he was briefly engaged, »
- tooFab Staff
Nothing says "Yuletide" like a disillusioned Bill Murray shrug. Netflix has acquired A Very Murray Christmas, a holiday special – and "homage to the classic variety show" – which stars the iconic actor, as himself, worrying that his TV show will be ruined by a terrible New York City snowstorm. But Netflix promises a happy ending in their brief plot summary: "Through luck and perseverance, guests arrive at the Carlyle hotel to help him; dancing and singing in holiday spirit."
A Very Murray Christmas was directed by Sofia Coppola, co-written by Coppola, »
Giving it another go! Jim Carrey has rekindled his romance with his much younger ex-girlfriend Cathriona White, Us Weekly can confirm. The Bad Batch actor, 53, and the Irish native, 28, were spotted holding hands in NYC on Thursday, May 21. "They're having a great time now," a source tells Us. According to Daily Mail, the couple first met in late 2012, and split after just a few months of dating. "I did go out with an Irish girl. We're not seeing each other anymore," Carrey said at the [...] »
Real comedy still happens on late night, we can prove it. If you like Conan comedy gold, Fallon friendliness, cutesy Corden, list-making Letterman, kneedy Kimmel, and all the rest, I hope you’ll enjoy this column too.
Last night was David Letterman’s last time ever hosting a late night program. Other late night hosts gave thanks, and Dave looked back at some favorite memories, with music by the Foo Fighters. If you can gauge which other hosts/networks like Dave the most based on who begged the audience to switch over to CBS, it’s Kimmel and Conan. Kimmel didn’t even air a live show last night, and Conan got Patton Oswalt to make enough references to Halloween 3 and The Andromeda Strain that everyone was forced to tune out.
Dave’s final entrance. Dave wishes Stephen Colbert all the best. The show will be in excellent hands. »
- Max Wood
David Letterman's send-off carried on everlong into the night! After the Foo Fighters capped off the final episode of the Late Show With David Letterman on Wednesday with "Everlong," a tune very near and dear to the outgoing host's heart, the party continued into the night. The Late Show staff, Dave Grohl and his bandmates and a bunch of the celebrities who appeared on the show to read the last-ever Top Ten list, including Jim Carrey, Tina Fey and Steve Martin, all trooped over to the nearby Museum of Modern Art to fete Letterman—who looked as if he raided pal Bill Murray's closet before leaving the Ed Sullivan Theatre. Of course, the baggy striped pants, yellow Foo Fighters »
Last night was a historic occasion as David Letterman said goodbye to the Late Show after having been its host for over twenty years. And over the course of those two decades, perhaps no segment on Letterman’s show was as beloved as his “Top Ten” lists, which is why last night’s final one was extra special. Instead of going through the list himself, Letterman invited ten celebrity guests who were friends of the Late Show to deliver the “Top Ten Things I’ve Always Wanted to Say to David Letterman.” As you can see for yourself in the video below, the very last “Top Ten” list brought out a parade of stars, from Peyton Manning to Barbara Walters to Bill Murray. It also featured the likes of Tina Fey, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Chris Rock, Jim Carrey, Jerry Seinfeld, Steve Martin, and Alec Baldwin. Here’s how the list shook »
- Chris King
New York (AP) -- The Top 10 list on David Letterman's final show before retirement on Wednesday, delivered by celebrities. The category was "Things I've Always Wanted to Say to Dave.'' 10. Alec Baldwin: "Of all the talk shows, yours was the most geographically convenient to my home.'' 9. Barbara Walters: "Did you know you wear the same cologne as Moammar Gadhafi?'' 8. Steve Martin: "Your extensive plastic surgery was a necessity and a mistake.'' 7. Jerry Seinfeld: "I have no idea what I'll do when you go off the air. You know, I just thought of something. I'll be fine.'' 6. Jim Carrey: "Honestly, Dave, I've always found you to be a bit of an over-actor.'' 5. Chris Rock: "I'm just glad your show is being given to a white guy.'' 4. Julia Louis-Dreyfus: "Thanks for letting me take part in another hugely disappointing series finale. »
- tooFab Staff
After David Letterman's final opening monologue, he handed over the reins to some of the Late Show's frequent guests. Alec Baldwin, Steve Martin, Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jim Carrey, Barbara Walters, Peyton Manning, Bill Murray, Tina Fey and Chris Rock all showed up to take jabs at the host with the final list, "Top 10 Things I've Always Wanted to Say to David Letterman." They're all pretty hilarious, and totally worth a watch. »
As you probably know, David Letterman said goodbye to latenigth TV last night. Letterman has delivered tons of unforgettable bits and interviews over the years, but my personal favorites are his Top Ten lists and, sure enough, Letterman included an especially epic, star-studded one during the final episode of the Late Show. Check out "Top Ten Things I’ve Always Wanted to Say To Dave" for yourself below: It's hard to pick a favorite amongst Alec Baldwin, Barbara Walters, Steven Martin, Jerry Seinfeld, Jim Carrey, Chris Rock, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Peyton Manning, Tina Fey and Bill Murray, but I'm always especially amused by Carrey's antics, Fey was spot-on as usual, and the look on Seinfeld's face when Louis-Dreyfus came out and said, "Thanks for letting me take part in another hugely disappointing series finale," was absolutely priceless. But, as funny as the segment was, it also evoked some serious nostalgia »
- Perri Nemiroff
An impressive list of celebrities literally lined up to say goodbye to David Letterman Wednesday night as they read the final Late Show Top 10 list. Working with the topic "Things I've Always Wanted to Say to Dave," Bill Murray, Tina Fey, Chris Rock, Peyton Manning, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jim Carrey, Jerry Seinfeld, Steve Martin, Barbara Walters and Alec Baldwin all gave the long-running late-night host a gentle ribbing.
One of the funniest was Rock's: "I'm just glad your show is being given to another white guy." As the guests and audience laughed, »
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
This is it. The end of an era. Wednesday, May 20 was all about David Letterman's retirement from late night TV after 33 years, and his final night as host of "The Late Show." Stephen Colbert will take over "Late Show" on September 8. You should head to TheLateShow on YouTube to catch up on all the videos posted from the past few weeks, but here are the main segments from last night -- if nothing else, you should watch the epic star-studded Top 10 list.
Here's Dave's final show entrance, with the crowd standing to cheer: Dave's final monologue started after he forced the audience to calm down and stop chanting for him. »
- Gina Carbone
The veteran late-night host is signed off for the last time after 33 years of post-11 o’clock entertainmentHe was joined by guests including the Foo Fighters, Steve Martin, Peyton Manning, Chris Rock, Jerry Seinfeld, Tina Fey and Jim Carrey
Review: a stoic but touching send-off for the Late Show
Thank you and goodnight -David Letterman #ThanksDave pic.twitter.com/KV9F3CiLZd
Oh, a segment dedicated to the times he’s blown stuff up: ok
Is there something else? …
I’ve got to admit: he’s been clever here. The jokes weren’t the sharpest at the start but he’s really let the show do the talking all night, dropping in clips that really communicate how much a part of Us »
- Lanre Bakare in New York
After 33 years in the latenight game — which included more than 6,000 episodes and 20,000 guest interviews between his time on CBS and NBC — David Letterman bid his final farewell to the Late Show on Wednesday night. And he went out strong.
VideosWatch David Letterman Make His Final Late Show Entrance
Rather than getting sappy with his opening monologue — we’ll leave that to Jimmy Kimmel — Letterman kept things light at the top of his final hour, offering up jokes like “It’s beginning to look like I’m not going to get The Tonight Show,” then announcing his next venture as “the new face of Scientology. »
David Letterman ended a decades-long run as the host of CBS's Late Show on Wednesday night, and was surrounded by celebrity friends as he bid adieu to his 22-year gig. Stars like Tina Fey, Jim Carrey, Chris Rock, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus were all on hand to say farewell to Dave, as was Julia's former Seinfeld costar Jerry Seinfeld and his wife, Jessica. Alec Baldwin brought along his wife, Hilaria, and young daughter Carmen, and Steve Martin waved to fans while making his way into the historic Ed Sullivan Theater in NYC. It wasn't all comedians who showed up, though, as journalist Barbara Walters and NFL star Peyton Manning also arrived for the big event. As the record-breaking quarterback of the Indianapolis Colts for 14 seasons, Peyton helped deliver the Indiana native's last-ever top 10 list. Keep reading to see all the stars who stepped out for Dave's very last episode of the Late Show, »
1-20 of 189 items from 2015 « Prev | Next »
IMDb.com, Inc. takes no responsibility for the content or accuracy of the above news articles, Tweets, or blog posts. This content is published for the entertainment of our users only. The news articles, Tweets, and blog posts do not represent IMDb's opinions nor can we guarantee that the reporting therein is completely factual. Please visit the source responsible for the item in question to report any concerns you may have regarding content or accuracy.See our NewsDesk partners