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How Larry David's Fish in the Dark is already a Broadway smash

27 February 2015 8:12 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

With Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm still commanding an army of fans, it is no surprise that ticket sales for David’s Broadway debut are breaking records

It is Larry David’s world, and we are just living in it.

Seriously, with Seinfeld considered the best TV comedy series of all time and Curb Your Enthusiasm fans still hoping for a ninth season (though it ended in 2011), David has shaped our approach and response to scripted comedy – at least in terms of television and movies (like his lost film Sour Grapes). However, his next venture is a far cry from his turn as creator, head writer and star of those two legendary sitcoms.

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- Anne T Donahue

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What You Can Learn From New Streaming Service Shout! Factory TV

20 February 2015 3:00 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Streaming video is a godsend if you want to catch up with recent seasons of TV series. But what's a TV fan to do who wants to stream older shows? Netflix has very little from before the millennium, and Amazon Prime has very little from before 1990.

That's not a knock; the big streaming services know their market. Still, it's worth remembering that Amazon's initial appeal as a bookseller was it's long-tail catalog, the notion that comprehensiveness was worthwhile because somebody somewhere would want that obscure or ancient title, that the markets for all those titles were collectively significant and worth catering to, and that the Internet had at last made it easier to connect those customers with what they wanted.

But until the big streaming services step into the long-tail breach, Shout Factory TV (at shoutfactorytv.com) is ready to make a home there. The boutique streaming service, which is free and requires no subscription, »

- Gary Susman

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‘SNL’ Alum Ellen Cleghorne on Black Women in Comedy and What She’s Been Up To Since the Show

16 February 2015 12:30 PM, PST | VH1.com | See recent VH1.com news »

Last night Saturday Night Live alum Ellen Cleghorne returned to 30 Rock for the show’s 40th Anniversary Special and took part in one of the night’s biggest highlights: a faux question and answer with Jerry Seinfeld and members of the starry audience. The sketch allowed Cleghorne to pose the question, “Why aren’t there more black women?”

Only the second black female cast member cast on the show, Cleghorne has all but disappeared from the spotlight since the early aughts until popping up in the Adam Sandler comedy Grown Ups 2 in 2013. VH1 chatted with the funny lady about SNL‘s diversity problem, working with Lorne Michaels, and that infamous Family Guy joke.

What was it like to return to Saturday Night Live last night? What was the energy like in that room?

Ellen Cleghorne: It was magical. I had my daughter with me and she articulated it »

- Damian Bellino

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Larry David Asks Jerry Seinfeld, “Was I Really A Writer On SNL?” On ‘SNL 40′

16 February 2015 12:04 PM, PST | Uinterview | See recent Uinterview news »

Jerry Seinfeld and Larry David earned big laughs with their bit during the Seinfeld-hosted Audience Q&A bit of SNL 40. Jerry Seinfeld And Larry David Banter During SNL 40 After making jokes about Brian Williams and fielding questions from Michael Douglas and James Franco, Seinfeld turned it over to David and the two looked back […]

The post Larry David Asks Jerry Seinfeld, “Was I Really A Writer On SNL?” On ‘SNL 40′ appeared first on uInterview. »

- Olivia Truffaut

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FX's 'The Comedians' Trailer with Billy Crystal & Josh Gad

16 February 2015 6:22 AM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

FX has released a new trailer for their upcoming comedy series The Comedians, which reveals that series stars Billy Crystal and Josh Gad are essentially playing fictionalized versions of themselves. When the show was first announced back in March, it wasn't explicitly stated that both actors would be taking on various aspects of their personal lives, but that point is made clear in this trailer, when Josh Gad answers his cell phone with the greeting "Go for Gad." The footage also describes the show as "An FX Original Comedy about an FX Original Comedy."

In The Comedians, Billy Crystal plays a comedy legend who is reluctantly paired with Josh Gad, an edgier up-and-coming star, in an unfiltered, behind-the-scenes look at a fictional late night sketch comedy show where egos and generations collide. Stephnie Weir stars as "Kristen Laybourne," the anxiety-ridden producer behind The Billy & Josh Show who frequently finds herself »

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Review: 'Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special' is 'SNL' in microcosm

16 February 2015 5:35 AM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Some thoughts on last night's "Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special" coming up just as soon as I assume Jon Lovitz is dead... Last week, I wrote about the history of "SNL," which has been filled with incredible highs, uncomfortable lows, and a mixture of things that either didn't work or simply outlived their usefulness. Perhaps intentionally — Lorne Michaels used to joke that the word "uneven" would be on his tombstone — or perhaps because it's inherent to any three and a half hour special with this many moving pieces, the special was "SNL" in a microcosm. Much of it worked spectacularly well. Some of it was disappointing and/or puzzling. And the whole thing went on much longer than it probably should have. Unlike the show's previous anniversary specials, which were largely driven by clips and testimonials, the 40th was conceived of as a super-sized, all-star installment of the show itself, »

- Alan Sepinwall

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'SNL' 40th Anniversary Special: The 9 Greatest Segments of the Night

16 February 2015 2:14 AM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Saturday Night Live has been entertaining audiences for 40 years with some of the funniest, edgiest, and smartest humor on television.

For the sketch show's massive, star-studded three-and-a-half hour anniversary special, the show pulled out all the stops and gave fans the nostalgic retrospective everyone wanted, while creating brand new content that proves once and for all that any of the show's beloved characters and sketches can still stand the test of time.

Video: Amy Poehler, Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph Reveal Their Favorite 'SNL' Characters

Like any episode of SNL, there were a few bumps and hiccups here or there, and like any episode it didn't matter at all because you never stopped smiling.

Below, we take a look at the nine funniest, most nostalgic moments of the night.

#9. "Wayne's World" Returns

Dana Carvey and Mike Myers reprised their roles as Wayne Campbell and Garth Algar in an SNL-themed episode of Wayne's World that might have »

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Watch: Billy Crystal and Josh Gad in ‘The Comedians’ First Trailer

14 February 2015 3:21 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The first trailer for the upcoming FX comedy “The Comedians” is as meta as the show itself.

The “FX original comedy about an FX original comedy” stars Billy Crystal and Josh Gad as versions of themselves. The show follows the veteran and amateur comedian, respectively, as they fumble their way to starring in an FX sketch show.

“Comedy is like heart surgery,” Gad tells the camera. “It gets botched all the time.” This is right after he pulls a ringing cell phone from his oversized diaper while filming a scene for the show within a show.

The Comedians,” created by Larry Charles, who wrote for “Seinfeld” and executive produced “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” premieres April 9 on FX.

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- Maane Khatchatourian

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14 Superstars You Probably Forgot Got Their Start on Saturday Night Live

13 February 2015 9:08 AM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Saturday Night Live has been home to many famous faces. Some of those stars stuck around for long tenures, like Molly Shannon and Tim Meadows, while others had a decidedly shorter time on the sketch show. Did you know Getting On star Laurie Metcalf made an appearance way before she rocketed to stardom with her Emmy-winning Roseanne role? Or that Julia Louis-Dreyfus was a cast member for multiple seasons before hitting it big with Seinfeld? She met Larry David on the show! Take a look at the gallery below to reacquaint yourself with some of Hollywood's heavyweights who got their start on the NBC comedy staple. Saturday Night Live is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a three and a half hour special »

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Revisiting Star Trek Tng: Remember Me

12 February 2015 11:55 PM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

The crew is disappearing because science in this week's Tng look-back. As Crusher episodes go, Remember Me is one of the better ones...

This review contains spoilers.

4.5 Remember Me

At Starbase 133, Dr. Crusher welcomes aboard her mentor, Dr. Quaice, who tells her how awful it is to grow old because everyone you know and love is gone. Crusher ponders this bleak outlook as she goes to visit her son in engineering. Wesley is tinkering with warp fields when there's a flash. He looks up and his mother is gone. If only it were that simple to get rid of all the Crushers.

Later, Crusher goes to visit Dr. Quaice's room to find that he's no longer there. Worried for his safety, she asks Worf to investigate, and they turn up nothing. Picard is informed, and the investigation gathers more urgency. Soon the entire senior staff has diverted all of the »

- louisamellor

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Indie Spotlight: Never Let Go, L.A. Macabre, Burning Dead, Knock Knock

8 February 2015 11:31 AM, PST | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

We return with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting the recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes a trailer for Never Let Go, new episode details from L.A. Macabre and How to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse, the short film Knock Knock, a Q&A featuring The Walking Dead‘s Amber Dawn Fox, and much more:

Never Let Go Trailer and Premiere Details: “Here is a sneak preview of what’s up for grabs at the Berlin Film Festival later this week – Howard J Ford’s (Director/Producer Co-Writer of ‘The Dead 1&2″) latest epic Never Let Go. Shot in Morocco, Spain and the Us, the film tells the story of Lisa, a single mother (played by Angela Dixon) who takes the law into her own hands to get back her abducted child. The completed film will screen at Cannes Market in May.

Howard Ford said today: »

- Tamika Jones

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Top Ten Pro Poker Actors

6 February 2015 8:03 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

With casino gaming on the up across the world, games such as poker, blackjack and roulette are more popular than ever, with millions enjoying a game or two each week. The casino craze hasn’t been a newfound discovery for the celebrity community however; with all that cash, you can afford to gamble, after all; and there has been a long history of celebrities turning to and becoming pretty good at the king of the casino games, poker!

Jason Alexander

Known for his hilarious performance as Seinfeld’s George Costanza, Jason Alexander is also well known for his off-screen poker exploits. Although supposedly only a hobbyist, the comedy actor has featured at events including the World Series of Poker Main Event, and although he hasn’t won any titles enjoys having a laid back style.

Shannon Elizabeth

You saw her in American Pie, and now you know she plays poker »

- David Agnew

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TBS Seinfeld marathon focuses on Newman during “Thank a Mailman Day”

3 February 2015 8:32 AM, PST | ChannelGuideMag | See recent ChannelGuideMag news »

Wednesday, Feb. 4, is Thank a Mailman Day. Postal customers in the Midwest and East who have gotten their mail in the midst of a couple of blizzards might very well want to thank their mailman (or woman) on this day, but TBS is celebrating it in another way. On Feb. 4, the network will air a marathon of Seinfeld episodes focusing to some degree on one of television’s most memorable mail carriers: Jerry Seinfeld’s sworn enemy — the Lex Luthor to his Superman — Newman (Wayne Knight). TBS will allow you to say, “Hello, Newman,” to the character during four Seinfeld episodes that show … Continue reading →

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- Jeff Pfeiffer

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Danny Trejo vs. Zombies in ‘The Burning Dead’

3 February 2015 2:03 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Uncork’d Entertainment have announced the Us release dates for director Rene Perez’s The Burning Dead (formerly Volcano Zombies), which features action superstar Danny Trejo (Machete), along with Tom Downey (Axe Giant), Moniqua Plante (Nashville), Robert F. Lyons (Dark Night of the Scarecrow), Nicole Cummins (Logan), Kevin Norman (Melissa & Joey), Kyle T. Heffner (Seinfeld), Julia Lehman (Cheerleader Massacre 2), Tom Nagel (Hillside Cannibals), Jenny Lin (Piranhaconda), Robert Amstler (Alien Showdown), and Morgan Lester (John Carter).

Written and produced by Jeff Miller and Jason Ancona (co-writers and producers of Axe Giant), The Burning Dead pits a horde of lava-filled zombies against a sheriff charged with the plight to rescue an estranged family from a volcano eruption. Trejo plays Night Wolf, a Native American warrior who knows way too much about the curse that unearthed the coffin dodgers.

The Burning Dead arrives March 3rd on digital and VOD. The DVD lands a month later, »

- Phil Wheat

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9 of TV's Most Relatable Characters Ever—The Good and the Bad

2 February 2015 8:00 AM, PST | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Every so often there comes a great TV character with whom we can all relate to. They're well rounded, absurd, insecure and confident, and usually the actor behind the character turns in a nuanced performance to really hit it home. The characters we relate to the most are not always the nicest people on TV. They're not always the protagonist either. But there's something about these nine TV characters that have always spoken to us on a different level. These are the TV's nine most relatable characters. Elaine Benes, Seinfeld We're all a little bit Elaine Benes. It's just a fact. Julia Louis-Dreyfus' Seinfeld character embodied the best and worst of human nature. The »

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Helen Mirren, Jerry Seinfeld & Tom Hanks Ride the Subway -- Just Like You

31 January 2015 2:46 PM, PST | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Next time you're people-watching on a subway, don't be surprised to see an A-lister.

Dame Helen Mirren, comedian Jerry Seinfeld, and actor Tom Hanks have all been spotted on NYC's Mta subway, and they look pretty comfortable taking surprisingly unflashy forms of transportation.

On Thursday, Mirren looked as sophisticated as ever while riding the R train.

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Seriously, just look at her -- so classy.

News: Jimmy Kimmel took the Subway to the Emmys

And Seinfeld was snapped looking casual -- albeit in a tux -- in a selfie taken by his wife Jessica following a date night with Live! with Kelly and Michael's Kelly Ripa and her husband Mark Consuelos.

News: Tom Hanks Befriends and NYC Cab Driver

Hanks kept it cool in a beanie on the Subway when he was spotted on Jan. 23. He told New York magazine in April of 2013, "Nobody looks at anybody on the subway. Occasionally someone »

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New UK trailer and poster for Wild Card starring Jason Statham

30 January 2015 4:27 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

A new UK trailer and poster have arrived online for Wild Card, the latest thriller starring Jason Statham (The Expendables), and you can check them both out below…

Wild Card is a quasi-remake of 1986 thriller Heat, which was initially written by William Goldman. The original film starred Burt Reynolds and was directed by Dick Richards (who replaced Robert Altman) and was a critical and box-office flop. Goldman described the film as “One of my major disasters”.

It’s production is something of a legend, as Richards and Reynolds got into a fight that left Reynolds injured and need of an ambulance, and later director Richards suffered a fall from a camera crane. But while that film suffered, the new version sticks closer to Goldman’s original vision, rather than what the film ended up becoming.

“It was one of those classic horror story [productions],“ West told Den of Geek in 2013, “which »

- Gary Collinson

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NBC’s ‘Blacklist’ Move Creates Drama Over Thursday Lineup

29 January 2015 10:01 AM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The reconstruction of NBC’s Thursday night lineup begins with the kickoff on Super Bowl Sunday. The Peacock has as much at stake in the telecast of the big game on Feb. 1 as do the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots.

NBC is relocating its most valuable scripted-series asset, “The Blacklist,” from Monday to Thursday in an effort to shore up a night that has become a black hole for the network. “Blacklist” opens the second leg of its sophomore season with the post-Super Bowl airing of a two-part episode. The conclusion will run four nights later when the James Spader starrer settles into its new Thursday 9 p.m. berth.

The move of the show from its familiar Monday 10 p.m. slot is risky, even with a Super Bowl-sized platform to promote the timeslot switch.

“Blacklist” is the anchor of NBC’s new all-drama strategy on Thursday — a radical makeover »

- Cynthia Littleton

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New UK trailer and poster for Wild Card starring Jason Statham

29 January 2015 5:45 AM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

A new UK trailer and poster have arrived online for Wild Card, the latest thriller starring Jason Statham (The Expendables), and you can check them both out below…

Wild Card is a quasi-remake of 1986 thriller Heat, which was initially written by William Goldman. The original film starred Burt Reynolds and was directed by Dick Richards (who replaced Robert Altman) and was a critical and box-office flop. Goldman described the film as “One of my major disasters”.

It’s production is something of a legend, as Richards and Reynolds got into a fight that left Reynolds injured and need of an ambulance, and later director Richards suffered a fall from a camera crane. But while that film suffered, the new version sticks closer to Goldman’s original vision, rather than what the film ended up becoming.

“It was one of those classic horror story [productions],“ West told Den of Geek in 2013, “which »

- Scott J. Davis

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Larry David Comedy Buoys Broadway With Record Ticket Pre-Sales (video)

28 January 2015 9:41 AM, PST | TheImproper.com | See recent TheImproper.com news »

Larry David is giving Broadway a shot in the arm after his new play Fish in the Dark–sight unseen–racked up $13.5 million in ticket pre-sales ahead of previews, which begin Monday (Feb. 2). David, 67, is best known for his work as a writer on the hit CBS sitcom “Seinfeld,” and for “Curb Your Entusiasm,” his own hilarious show on HBO. David will star in the play as a character much like himself with Rita Wilson, Rosie Perez, Jayne Houdyshell, Jonny Orsini, Jerry Adler and Jake Cannavale. It also stars Ben Shenkman, Lewis J. Stadlen, Marylouise Burke, Jenn Lyon and Molly Ranson. [...] »

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