14 items from 2014
Episodes: 11 (half-hour)
TV show dates: April 19, 2014 -- January 17, 2014
Series status: Cancelled
TV show description:
This comedy series follows four Silicon Valley friends -- Trey (Joe Dinicol), Nash (Karan Soni), Hobbes (Jon Daly), and Mitchell (Charlie Saxton), -- as they try to find investors for their dating app.
Episode #11 -- This Is It
Armed with insider information from Jordan, Trey must decide whether or not to sell Brb. He mends fences with Murch and seeks his advice after the rest of the team votes to take Casper's deal.
First released: January 17, 2014.
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As Drunk History continues its second season on Comedy Central (Tuesdays at 10 p.m. Et), viewers keep learning fascinating stories of America’s lesser-known past—and how far co-creator/interviewer Derek Waters will go to both get his inebriated friends to tell them and actors to reenact them. Here, we discuss some of season two’s early highlights (like “Weird Al” Yankovic as Hitler).
As for what lies ahead, the July 15 “American Music” episode features Johnny Knoxville as Johnny Cash and Jon Daly as Kris Kristofferson, as well as Jack McBrayer as DJ Alan Freed. “He doesn’t scream DJ, »
- Mandi Bierly
• Game of Thrones alum Rose Leslie is set to join Vin Diesel in The Last Witch Hunter, a supernatural thriller about a “semi-immortal” witch hunter (Diesel) who teams up with a witch (Leslie) to take down a more evil witch. And, despite being mortal enemies, the witch and the witch hunter also flirt with romance. Breck Eisner is directing the Summit pic, which recently got a polish from Dallas Buyers Club writer Melisa Wallack. [THR]
- Lindsey Bahr
Your eyes do not deceive you: That is Johnny Knoxville as the Man in Black himself, Johnny Cash. Shockingly, this is not a straight-to-dvd sequel of "Walk the Line" called "A Jackass Named Sue" -- it's part of the newest episode of Comedy Central's "Drunk History." Listen as a druuuunk Eric Edelstein relays the humble beginnings of Kris Kristofferson (played by Jon Daly), who appealed to Cash in order to gain fame. You'll learn and hiccup a lot. Get More: Comedy Central,Funny Videos,Funny TV Shows »
- Louis Virtel
Comedian Jon Daly, a writer and co-executive producer of Comedy Central's Kroll Show, is in final negotiations to join the cast of Relativity's Untitled Armored Car Project (formerly known as Loomis Fargo). List Hollywood's 100 Favorite Films Zach Galifianakis, Owen Wilson, Kristen Wiig and Jason Sudeikis are already attached to the film, which will be released in theaters on August 14, 2015. Napoleon Dynamite's Jared Hess is directing the project that's based on an original screenplay by Emily Spivey, with rewrites by Chris Bowman and Hubbel Palmer. The story follows an armored vehicle driver (Galifianakis) who is lured into
- Rebecca Ford
Jon Daly has joined the cast of Relativity's Untitled Armored Car Project, a heist comedy that's also known as “Loomis Fargo,” TheWrap has learned. Zach Galifianakis stars alongside Kristen Wiig, Owen Wilson, Jason Sudeikis and Kate McKinnon. The film is based on true events, and will start production this July, as Relativity will release the movie on Aug. 14, 2015. Also read: Nick Kroll Announces ‘Kroll Show’ Season Three Renewal on ‘Late Night’ (Video) Jared Hess (“Napoleon Dynamite”) will direct from a script by Chris Bowman and Hubbel Palmer, based on an original screenplay by Emily Spivey (“Saturday Night Live”). Inspired by »
- Jeff Sneider
Kris Kristofferson was a struggling songwriter – and part-time janitor – when he first met Johnny Cash at a Nashville recording studio. And, like all starving artists, he used the opportunity to pitch the Man in Black some of his tunes.
Cash liked what he heard, but ultimately, never recorded any of Kristofferson's music...until one fateful helicopter ride changed everything.
Or at least that's the way Drunk History remembers it. And now, in this exclusive preview »
With the second season of Comedy Central’s Drunk History just a month away from hitting the air, let’s pour you a tall, frosty glass of casting news: David Cross, Laura Dern, Patton Oswalt, and Charlie Day are among the notable names who will pop up this summer on the only TV series in which an intoxicated narrator shares a true-but-lesser-known tale from our nation’s past while celebrities act out his or her version of the story.
- Dan Snierson
Lost In Austin tells of a bored mother who arranges for her ex-boyfriend to kidnap her daughter in an attempt to turn her family into celebrities.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeremy Kay)
The second season of Kroll Show on Comedy Central features a bunch of familiar faces. There’s its star Nick Kroll, of course, re-creating favorites like the nebbish Gil Faison and lost Jersey Shore cast member Bobby Bottleservice. Regulars like Jon Daly and Jenny Slate are back, too, appearing alongside Kroll in sketches with a long shelf life. But comedy fans are seeing a lot more of their favorites: The season opened with Zach Galifianakis throwing cakes from a train all over Chelsea Peretti, and the guest-star list grows from there. We spoke to Kroll about working with his friends, romantic partners, and sometimes people he doesn’t think are all that funny.This season you’ve added moments between sketches where you break character and talk to your co-stars, like Jenny Slate and John Mulaney. How much has Kroll Show become a showcase for your friends who are also comedians? »
- Steve Heisler
Comedian Nick Kroll announced the news early this morning on NBC’s “Late Night with Seth Meyers.”
Comedy Central said the show in its second season is averaging 1.1 million viewers in total for its premiere episodes.
- Brian Steinberg
Dare to live your dreams! Get Ready To Let Life In. Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will take movie-lovers on an uplifting adventure when The Secret Life of Walter Mitty debuts on Blu-ray and DVD April 15 and Digital HD April 1- perfectly timed for Easter gifting! Led by director Ben Stiller and an all-star cast, the film has been hailed by critics worldwide - The Secret Life of Walter Mitty is a must-own for every collection.
With sweeping cinematography and stellar performances The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, tells the story of a timid magazine photo manager who lives life vicariously through daydreams and when a negative goes missing must embark on an incredible true-life adventure.
Those who purchase The Secret Life of Walter Mitty on Blu-ray or DVD can own a special gift with purchase redeemable until August 31, 2014: a Shutterfly 20-page 8x8 hard cover photo book valued at »
With the Red Hot Chili Peppers set to join Bruno Mars during the Super Bowl halftime show, it feels like the perfect time to make fun of them. Kroll Show and Beta's Jon Daly have done so, perfectly. “Abracadabralifornia” is an eerily spot-on parody of an Rhcp song, packed with incessant rhyming and California love. It got its start during an episode of the "Comedy Bang! Bang!" podcast. You can listen to the track below, but we recommend also checking out the original site they made for it, rhcp2014.com. It will teach you the names of many L.A. neighborhoods and that "If you want to get Frasier, you got to get Grammer." »
- Jesse David Fox
Nick Kroll has popped up on Amy Poehler’s Parks and Recreation as the second half of shock-jock team Crazy Ira and the Douche. Now Poehler flips the script and guest-stars on Kroll Show as a highly dubious individual that is nothing like Knope in the next installment of “Rich Dicks.” Click on the video below to watch Wendy (Jon Daly), Aspen (Kroll), and Wendy’s sister Winnie/Heath (Poehler) in horrible, shallow, filthy-wealthy kinda-nsfw action.
- Dan Snierson
14 items from 2014
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