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Marshawn Lynch’s Wedding Gets Crashed and Trashed in Train’s Hilarious New Music Video with Ken Jeong and George Lopez

12 May 2017 11:41 AM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Grammy-winning and platinum-selling rock band Train dropped a very star-studded music video on Friday for their second single “Drink Up,” off their 10th studio album a girl a bottle a boat.

The glorious video is set at NFL running back Marshawn Lynch’s wedding. When comedians Ken Jeong, George Lopez and Jim Breuer discover they’ve been left off the invite list, they think “it’s a great idea” to take matters into their own hands, put on their best suit and tie, and crash the nuptials alongside Train’s lead singer, Pat Monahan.

While the uninvited guests appear to »

- Nicole Sands

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9 Best Stoner Movies, From ‘Inherent Vice’ to ‘The Cabin in the Woods’

20 April 2017 7:17 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: John Oliver Critiques America’s Conflicting Marijuana Laws — Watch

Inherent Vice

Who doesn’t want to watch detective Joaquin Phoenix stumbling around Los Angeles trying to solve the disappearance of his former girlfriend while fried out of his mind? “Inherent Vice” has a stoner protagonist so funny and oddly charming that he could be the proud face of 4/20. But a lot of what makes the movie such a perfect stoner film is how Paul Thomas Anderson filters Thomas Pynchon’s novel through his own hazy, stoned-out filter. Watching “Inherent Vice” provides the actual sensation of being spaced out. You’ll be laughing nonstop one minute and then scratching your head the next. Long stretches seem to fade into each other. When it comes to stoner movies, “Inherent Vice” is a new classic.

Half Baked

The seminal marijuana movie for many Generation Xers, 1998’s “Half Baked” also marked the »

- Indiewire Staff

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‘The Comedy Jam’ Teaser: Mark Duplass Performs ‘Can’t Fight This Feeling’ in New Comedy Central Series — Watch

10 April 2017 10:41 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

In the next episode of Comedy Central’s “The Comedy Jam,” Mark Duplass teams up with Reo Speedwagon’s lead vocalist Kevin Cronin to perform the band’s 1984 hit “Can’t Fight This Feeling.” The new comedy and music series, created by Josh Adam Meyers and directed by Joel Gallen, premiered March 22.

The eight-episode weekly series is based on the special that aired back in August 2016 and the live shows in Los Angeles. Each episode features a different set of stand-up comedians performing in front of a live audience. They share a personal experience, which they relate to a hit song. After telling their story, the comedians sing the song backed by The Comedy Jam Band.

Read More: ‘Take Me’ Trailer: Taylor Schilling Gets Kidnapped in Netflix-Bound Duplass Brothers Production — Watch

“We have been working under the false impression that what comedians want most is to have television and digital »

- Yoselin Acevedo

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‘The Comedy Jam’ Teaser: Mark Duplass Performs ‘Can’t Fight This Feeling’ in New Comedy Central Series — Watch

10 April 2017 10:41 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

In the next episode of Comedy Central’s “The Comedy Jam,” Mark Duplass teams up with Reo Speedwagon’s lead vocalist Kevin Cronin to perform the band’s 1984 hit “Can’t Fight This Feeling.” The new comedy and music series, created by Josh Adam Meyers and directed by Joel Gallen, premiered March 22.

The eight-episode weekly series is based on the special that aired back in August 2016 and the live shows in Los Angeles. Each episode features a different set of stand-up comedians performing in front of a live audience. They share a personal experience, which they relate to a hit song. After telling their story, the comedians sing the song backed by The Comedy Jam Band.

Read More: ‘Take Me’ Trailer: Taylor Schilling Gets Kidnapped in Netflix-Bound Duplass Brothers Production — Watch

“We have been working under the false impression that what comedians want most is to have television and digital »

- Yoselin Acevedo

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Liv and Maddie Series Finale Reveals Why Everyone Talks to the Camera

24 March 2017 2:59 PM, PDT | TVLine.com | See recent TVLine.com news »

The series finale of Disney Channel’s Liv and Maddie scattered the Rooney children to the winds, but not before addressing the one question about the show you didn’t even know you had.

VideosLiv and Maddie‘s Dove Cameron Recalls Her Favorite Guest Star of All Time

That’s right, I’m talking about the fourth wall-breaking confessionals, which have been a staple of the sitcom ever since it premiered in July 2013. You probably never wondered why the characters do them, but a reason was given during Friday’s finale — and, honestly, it was kind of brilliant.

Thanks to an inquisitive Dump Truck, »

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