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Lobbyists against onscreen smoking could have a friend in comedic actor Andrew Daly (Comedy Central’s Review), or at least his persnickety neighbor character who is trying to clean up the streets in Matt Walsh’s second directorial comedy A Better You. The film follows Dr. Ron (Brian Huskey), a Hollywood quack hypnotherapist. The only thing worse than Dr. Ron’s methods are his disrespectful patients who loiter around the neighborhood as seen in this clip. The film, which was co-written by Huskey and Walsh, makes its world premiere today at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival at 4:40pm at the Metro 4, with screenings tomorrow at 8:10am and Monday, Feb. 2, at 10:20pm. The film is produced by Kirk Roos (The Brass Teapot, High Road, Painkillers) and his Badlands Features label. Joe Lo Truglio, Erinn Hayes, Rob Huebel, Morgan Walsh, Natasha Leggero, Reid Scott and Mo Gaffney also star. »
- The Deadline Team
Ben Stiller was on hand at the Television Critics Association press tour on Saturday to present two upcoming Comedy Central series executive produced by his Red Hour production company. Another Period, which debuts this summer, is a sort of Downton Abbey for for people who loathe Downton Abbey — messy, ribald and hilarious, but also surprisingly well researched. Series stars Natasha Leggero and Riki Lindhome, who created the series from a short film with the same premise, spent time in the show’s Newport, R.I., to get a feel for the era and setting in which their turn-of-the-century socialite sisters Lillian and Beatrice Bellacourt lived. The series also stars Paget Brewster … Continue reading →
- Lori Acken
Sometimes comedy is no laughing matter. Just ask Christina Hendricks.
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Asked about her wardrobe for the show, which is set in the turn of the century and centers on the Bellacourts, Rhode Island’s first family, Hendricks — no stranger to period dress from her run on “Mad Men” — revealed that donning the clothing »
- Tim Kenneally
The offbeat animated comedy, exec produced by Daniel Tosh, debuted in September 2012 and ended its third season on Nov. 18, 2014.
The series followed a group of park rangers in Brickleberry National Park, with voices provided by David Herman, Tom Kenny, Roger Black, Jerry Minor and Natasha Leggero, plus the “Tosh.0″ star, who voiced an inappropriate grizzly bear cub.
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
4 items from 2015
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