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In the course of gathering material for our After Midnight issue, we realized we had a problem — too many people had too many good New York stories. This is not usually an issue, but it broke our hearts when some of our favorite anecdotes had to be cut down or lost altogether. Too many muggings, street fights, and stabbings. Too many whimsical or magical moments where people went to sleep in a fountain, threw snowballs in a restaurant, or went dancing on top of a fire engine. Too many stolen kisses, celebrity hookups, and whipped-cream orgies. (Well, you can never have too many of those.) Below and in our iPad edition, we share some of the outtakes. “Taking a Taxi,” by Jerry Seinfeld I don't go out that late anymore. I miss the days when we actually felt safe in New York City cabs. When we thought, I don't need »
- Jennifer Vineyard
Rock told Complex that he meets with the film's producer Scott Rudin "every week going over this next movie".
"He wants me to work at a faster pace," he said. "I can, I guess. I like doing movies. I'm doing another one soon with a lot of the same cast.
He added that he is "really pleased" with Top Five and said that he is now more confident in identifying the tone his films will have.
"No movie is perfect, but I'm really happy with it," he said. "I'm happy about how the movie makes people feel. »
Rock revealed on Thursday in an interview with Complex UK that he and producer Scott Rudin are currently working on a new project that he hopes to have ready soon. According to Rock, he meets with producer Scott Rudin “every week now going over this next movie,” and that Rudin wants him “to work at a faster pace.”
He added that Rudin also would like to see most of his cast from Top Five return, singling out Leslie Jones and Tracy Morgan as two he would like to see more of. “Some people shine in Top Five. You might want to see a little more of Leslie Jones or Tracy [Morgan], once he gets better. I think Jerry Seinfeld »
- Zach Dennis
Seinfeld is looking to follow in the footsteps of former Must See TV companion Friends with a rich Svod deal. Sony Pictures TV, which is distributing Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David’s classic sitcom, has taken the show’s 180 episodes to streaming services. The company is expected to evaluate the bids in the network couple of weeks. The pending streaming deal for Seinfeld, first reported by WSJ, is expected to bring in hundreds of millions of dollars in addition to the tens… »
“Seinfeld” could be streaming all over the place for everyone to see soon — not that there’s anything wrong with that. Sony Pictures Television is reportedly shopping the iconic comedy to several companies for online streaming, with Hulu, Amazon and Yahoo said to be among the contenders, according to the Wall Street Journal. One company that isn’t in the mix is Netlflix, which has decided not to pursue streaming rights to the show. (Was that wrong? Should they not have done that?) Also Read: ‘Seinfeld’ Cast Reunite as Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander, Michael Richards Have Lunch for a Good Cause Whoever ends up. »
- Tim Kenneally
What would have been Jerry Seinfeld's first performance in India has been canceled due to "logistical issues." The Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning stand-up comedian was scheduled to perform March 14 and 15 at the Stage42 cultural festival in Mumbai. "Issues related to traffic and parking at the venue, which were brought to our attention only a couple of days ago, forced the cancelation of all artist travel arrangements pending a resolution of these logistical issues," organizers said in a statement. Read More Watch Jerry Seinfeld Battle Martin Short and Jimmy Fallon at Pictionary On his first
- Nyay Bhushan
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- Ryan Clagg
We'll be celebrating the 50th anniversary of "The Sound of Music," arguably the most beloved film musical of all time, tomorrow morning with a special interview. Get excited. In the meantime, let's revisit some of the 1965 Best Picture's greatest songs with ten unexpected covers from the past and present. 1. Christina Aguilera mounts "Climb Ev'ry Mountain" Christina Aguilera, as we'll soon discover, is a diehard "Sound of Music" fan. Here in a 2000 performance she decimates "Climb Ev'ry Mountain" and basically confirms she has very little in common with Britney Spears, talent-wise. 2. Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Jerry Seinfeld are "Sixteen Going on Seventeen" Also in 2000: Julia Louis-Dreyfus displayed some tuenful gusto on "The Late Show with David Letterman" and belted "Sixteen Going on Seventeen." She proved she could sing, which I'd somehow forgotten. Surprise guest Jerry Seinfeld joined in on the fun and proved he could... vocally contribute. It's just sweet. More singing from Jld, »
- Louis Virtel
Jerry and Elaine are back together! Seinfeld co-stars Jerry Seinfeld and Julia Louis-Dreyfus reunited earlier this week to film a new episode for his web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee and the reunion pic is sure to send fans of the famous sitcom into a frenzy. The 60-year-old actor and 54-year-old actress were photographed together Tuesday in Santa Monica while shooting scenes alongside crewmembers. The longtime BFFs were all smiles and appeared to be having a great time reconnecting in front of the camera. While we don't know much about the episode, the duo was spotted driving around in an Aston Martin. This is the second Seinfeld reunion with the last two weeks! The other day, Seinfeld was »
Get Out! Apparently Julia Louis-Dreyfus was feeling a little left out after last week’s Seinfeld reunion between Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander (George Costanza), and Michael Richards (Cosmo Kramer). The Veep star, 54, who played Elaine Benes, got her face-to-face time with her former costar and on-screen love interest, 60, while filming a new episode of his web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. The pair were spotted laughing while walking around Santa Monica, Calif. on Tuesday, March 10. For the upcoming episode, they drove a classic Aston Martin [...] »
The Alex Rodriguez storyline has grown tiresome ... so says Mlb superfan Jerry Seinfeld who says plain and simple, "It's not very interesting." Seinfeld was leaving Craig's in West Hollywood when we tried to ask if he thinks A-Rod's return to the Yanks will be a good thing or a bad thing for the ball club. Jerry's response? He couldn't care less. But he Did care about his beloved NY Mets ... and told us if the »
- TMZ Staff
Dax Shepard, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jason Bateman and Judd Apatow hung out together at the Jerry Seinfeld-hosted Inaugural Los Angeles Fatherhood Lunch Wednesday. Los Angeles Fatherhood Lunch The Inaugural Los Angeles Fatherhood Lunch, which benefits Baby Buggy, was held at The Palm Restaurant. “When the child is born, for the female, instincts kick in. For the […]
- Chelsea Regan
Ahead of International Women's Day on Sunday, March 8, Spotify has released its ranking of its most popular female artists. The streaming platform noted Friday that Beyonce is the most streamed female artist by women, in the U.S. and around the world. Katy Perry ranks highest among men internationally, while Lorde is the most popular among male users in the U.S. Additionally, Rihanna has been named world’s top streamed woman for the third year in a row, while Lana Del Rey topped Beyonce and Perry as the top streamed female artist among U.S. users. Read More Jerry Seinfeld: "Men
- Ashley Lee
This "Seinfeld" reunion will make you want to grab a coffee at Monk's Cafe! Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander (George Costanza) and Michael Richards (Cosmo Kramer) reunited on Wednesday at the Los Angeles Fatherhood Initiative's Lunch to benefit Baby Buggy. "Seinfeld" writer Spike Feresten took to Instagram to share a nostalgic snapshot of the trio, shaking hands and having a laugh. "It's a Seinfeld reunion at #BabyBuggyFatherhoodFantastic event and charity. @LoveRecycled @esquirenetwork #CarMatchmaker," he captioned the candid pic. Seeing these onscreen Bffs brings us right back to the 90's "show about nothing." But, where's Elaine -- er, Julia-Louis Dreyfus?! Close-talkers, Soup Nazis and deadly envelopes -- those are just a few things we miss most from the insanely popular sitcom, which ran for nine seasons as part of NBC's "Must-See TV" lineup. Click "Launch Gallery" above to see what all of your favorite "Seinfeld" stars are doing now! Read more »
- tooFab Staff
Jerry Seinfeld has been inviting comedians to get coffee in cars recently, but it was his old friends Jason Alexander and Michael Richards who he had lunch with on Wednesday. The beloved “Seinfeld” stars were reunited at the inaugural Los Angeles Fatherhood Lunch benefiting Baby Buggy at the Palm Restaurant in Beverly Hills, California. See photos: ‘Seinfeld’ at 25: What’s Changed and What Hasn’t Since 1989 (Photos) Jerry, George and Kramer’s surroundings were a great deal fancier than Tom’s Restaurant, the New York diner they frequented on the classic NBC show, and no doubt the servers were »
- Debbie Emery
Anyone up for a tuna sandwich with coffee? Or better yet, a chicken sandwich with tea?! Jerry Seinfeld, George—er, Jason Alexander and Michael Richards reunited today at the inaugural Los Angeles Fatherhood Initiative Lunch to benefiting Baby Buggy, held at The Palm steakhouse in Beverly Hills. And just the sight of them all together made us beeline for the DVR to record the Seinfeld reruns that thankfully are always on. Seriously, seeing Julia Louis-Dreyfus with them probably would have sent us into overdrive. (While Richards has been a guest on Seinfeld's web series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, we must ask: Can't they take a car out that »
Not that there’s anything wrong with that! On Wednesday, March 4, Jerry Seinfeld, Jason Alexander, and Michael Richards made Seinfeld fans’ dreams come true at a charity event hosted by the beloved sitcom’s leading man. The trio posed together at the Inaugural Los Angeles Fatherhood Lunch to Benefit Baby Buggy at The Palm Restaurant in Beverly Hills, Calif. Seinfeld, 60, who played the show’s titular comedian, happily rounded up Alexander, 55, who played the immoral George Costanza, and Richards, 65, who played the wacky Cosmo Kramer, for [...] »
The retired NBA player joins Forbes' annual billionaires list, coming in at no. 1,741 with $1 billion after investing in the Charlotte Hornets. Forbes estimates that his stake in the Hornets is more than $500 million alone. Jordan, 52, has also branded his name on a clothing line and those famous sneakers.
The number one billionaire in the world is still Bill Gates with a fortune of $79.2 billion. Coming in at a close second with $77.1 billion, the Chief Execuctive of TelMex and América Móvil, Carlos Slim Helu is worth an estimated $77.1 billion while, the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffet takes third with $72.7 at the age of 84.
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And while Mars "would have a show like Oprah," she falls short on the list compared to the world's richest men ranking »
You may not have heard of the new web series Cop Show, but something tells us that the comedy is going to pick up steam very soon.
Available to stream on the L Studio, it combines the format and deadpan wit of The Office with the laugh out loud absurdity of Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Written by and starring Colin Quinn, the series offers a mockumentary style look at a fictitious police procedural show. Poking fun at the entertainment industry, its appeal lies in its wacky and out of touch characters.
Among the many reasons to watch Cop Show are the constant stream of high profile guest stars that include everyone from Amy Schumer to Jerry Seinfeld, who was recently on hand to support Quinn during the show’s NY premiere at Caroline’s comedy club. The legendary comedian spoke about the shift in TV viewing since his legendary show was on the air, »
- Justine Browning
A recent trend has turned several YouTubers into published authors, and is it turns out, you don't even need to be a real person to get your own book deal. Miranda Sings, the alter ego of content creator Colleen Ballinger, will release a book called Selp Helf on July 21, 2015.
The character of Miranda began as a satire of overzealous content creators on YouTube, but she has since developed a huge following of her own. Her channel has more than 3.4 million subscribers, she has sold out theaters on worldwide tours, and she even appeared on the latest season of Jerry Seinfeld's web series, Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee.
Selp Helf will be Miranda's next attempt to show off her "talents" on a new medium. "In this decidedly unhelpful, candid, hilarious “how-to” guide," reads the book's description on Amazon, "YouTube personality Miranda Sings offers life lessons and tutorials with her signature sassy attitude. »
- Sam Gutelle
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