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4 items from 2017


Comedy-Drama ‘One Last Night’ Draws Brian Baumgartner, Kelly Stables, Ali Cobrin

21 June 2017 10:28 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Anthony Sabet’s Asa Pictures has cast Brian Baumgartner (“The Office”), Kelly Stables (“The Exes”), and Ali Cobrin (“Neighbors”) in the comedy-drama “One Last Night,” Variety has learned exclusively.

The film is written, directed, and produced by Sabet, with the production scheduled to shoot this year in the greater Los Angeles area. Matt DeMarco will be executive producing. The cast also includes Luke Brandon Field and Rachele Schank.

The story centers on a man and woman trying to enjoy each other’s company at a local movie theater on their first date. After the movie ends, the daters find themselves so enthralled in conversation that the theater closes, locking them inside. Their adventure starts out light and comical as the couple slowly falls for each other, but that changes as a hidden truth is revealed about the man.

Stables is known for her work in television comedy, including “Two and a Half Men,” “Romantically Challenged,” “The Exes,” and “No Tomorrow.” She also appeared in “Horrible Bosses 2.”

Baumgartner portrayed Kevin Malone on NBC’s series “The Office” and has had recurring roles on “Life in Pieces,” “The Goldbergs,” “Criminal Minds,” “The Bridge,” and “Hand of God.”

Baumgartner is repped by Innovative Artists and Gekis Management. Stables is repped by Innovative Artists and Patino Management Company. Cobrin is repped by the Gersh Agency and Untitled Entertainment.

Asa produced the short film “Walk the Light,” starring Michael Richards, and is in development on the feature “Sunny and Ray.” »

- Dave McNary

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I Want That: An incredibly detailed miniature of the Seinfeld apartment

3 February 2017 5:52 PM, PST | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

With few exceptions, there aren't many sitcoms out there which I can watch again and again, but Seinfeld is certainly one of them. The iconic series made stars out of Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Michael Richards and Jason Alexander, as well as coining dozens of sayings which still pop up today. Jerry's apartment is every bit as iconic as the series itself, and now you can bring it home... Read More »

- Kevin Fraser

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‘Billy on The Street’ Takes on Mel Gibson & Shia LeBeouf’s Scandals in Obstacle Course — Watch

11 January 2017 9:37 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

One of life’s toughest questions meets the street’s loudest comedian in the latest “Billy on the Street” segment, in which Billy Eichner sends his oldest friend, Robin Lord Taylor (“Gotham”) on a fast-paced obstacle course to separate controversial artists from their work.

Read More: ‘Billy on the Street’: Billy Eichner Throws Some Shade at James Corden with His Conga Line — Watch

“It’s always terribly disappointing when we find out that some our most beloved entertainers have been accused of or even done some really terrible things,” shouts Eichner. Quite a serious premise from a man who just last week ran around asking “do gay people care about John Oliver?” with a chuckling Oliver in tow.

This being “Billy on the Street,” Eichner answers the much-debated question with a game as ridiculous as Shia Labeouf’s paper bag stunt. “We’re gonna see if you can actually »

- Jude Dry

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‘Billy on The Street’ Takes on Mel Gibson & Shia LeBeouf’s Scandals in Obstacle Course — Watch

11 January 2017 9:37 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

One of life’s toughest questions meets the street’s loudest comedian in the latest “Billy on the Street” segment, in which Billy Eichner sends his oldest friend, Robin Lord Taylor (“Gotham”) on a fast-paced obstacle course to separate controversial artists from their work.

Read More: ‘Billy on the Street’: Billy Eichner Throws Some Shade at James Corden with His Conga Line — Watch

“It’s always terribly disappointing when we find out that some our most beloved entertainers have been accused of or even done some really terrible things,” shouts Eichner. Quite a serious premise from a man who just last week ran around asking “do gay people care about John Oliver?” with a chuckling Oliver in tow.

This being “Billy on the Street,” Eichner answers the much-debated question with a game as ridiculous as Shia Labeouf’s paper bag stunt. “We’re gonna see if you can actually »

- Jude Dry

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