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‘Brockmire’: Watch Hank Azaria Discover the Terrifying World of Asmr YouTube Videos

‘Brockmire’: Watch Hank Azaria Discover the Terrifying World of Asmr YouTube Videos
When you’re a famous baseball announcer who’s fallen from glory, you’ll do anything to get back on top… including impressions of animated cats and experimenting with Asmr.

This is where we find Hank Azaria’s Jim Brockmire in this week’s episode, “Breakout Year.” In a bid to keep himself in the cultural conversation — and maintain the value of his name — the former professional baseball commentator voices a cat named “Jim Brockmeower” and then learns about a niche market with big viewership on YouTube.

In the clip below, Brockmire — with the help of techno-savy intern Charles (Tyrel Jackson Williams) — shows just how far he’ll go (and where he won’t) in a sharp, funny snippet from the latest episode.

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Brockmire” premiered April 5 on IFC and has been enjoying a well-reviewed first season.
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‘Brockmire’: Funny Or Die Shares Premiere Episode for Free — Watch

IFC and Funny Or Die have released the first episode of “Brockmire” ahead of its April 5, two-episode premiere. The first episode is now available to stream on VOD, IFC.com, Funny Or Die and the social platforms for those sites.

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The half-hour IFC comedy series was developed from a 2010 Funny or Die viral short video. The series follows Jim Brockmire (Hank Azaria), a baseball announcer who returns to the booth a decade after suffering an embarrassing meltdown on the air upon learning of his wife’s serial infidelity. Now, the heavy-drinking former Mlb broadcaster is working for a minor league team. Amanda Peet, Tyrel Jackson Williams, Hemky Madera and Paul Rae co-star in the show.

Read More: ‘Brockmire’ Teaser: Hank Azaria’s New IFC Comedy Takes on the Super Bowl in Joe Buck
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Sleeping With Other People – The Review

Sleeping With Other People is a forgettable, by-the-numbers romantic comedy that relies on tiresome clichés and unfunny sex jokes. The newest from writer/director Leslye Headland opens at Columbia University in 2002 where students Jake (Jason Sudeikis) and Lainey (Alison Brie) lose their virginity to each other one night. Jump ahead 13 years and horndog Jake is reintroduced having an angry confrontation with his current girlfriend over his serial inability to stay committed. Meanwhile, Lainey is having an affair with Matt Sovochek (Adam Scott), now a gynecologist married to pregnant Emma (Katherine Waterston). After over a decade of not having contact with one another, Jake and Lainey reconnect at a sex addiction support group meetings. They suddenly become platonic best friends, venting their frustrations over their sexual and romantic lives while falling for each other in the process.

I suppose the audience is expected to laugh at the assumed outrageousness of all the explicit dialog about sex,
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Casting Net: Naomi Watts in talks to join Matthew McConaughey in 'Sea of Trees'; Plus, Dave Franco, more

Casting Net: Naomi Watts in talks to join Matthew McConaughey in 'Sea of Trees'; Plus, Dave Franco, more
Naomi Watts (The Impossible) is in talks to join Matthew McConaughey and Ken Watanabe in Gus Van Sant’s Sea of Trees. Van Sant teased her potential casting at Cannes, where he hopes to shop the film. The drama follows an American ex-pat intent on taking his life in Japan’s Suicide Forest (or, the Sea of Trees) until he runs into Watanabe’s character — a fellow lost soul — and they both decide to find a way out of the forest together. Watts would play McConaughey’s wife in segments told in flashback. She currently has three movies in post including Birdman,
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Tribeca 2013: Eva Longoria, Whoopi Goldberg, Josh Radnor among festival jurors

The Tribeca Film Festival announced today that it has selected 42 jurors for this year’s festival. The jurors include members of the filmmaking community — including Bryce Dallas Howard, Whoopi Goldberg, Paul Haggis, Taraji P. Henson, Kenneth Lonergan, Eva Longoria, Josh Radnor, and Evan Rachel Wood — as well as policy makers and entertainment business leaders.

According to a press release, the seven juries will award $180,000 in cash and prizes during the Festival (April 17-28). Tribeca All Access (Taa) Creative Promise Awards will award an additional $20,000 — $10,000 for narrative and $10,000 for documentary. All winners will also receive a work of original art by
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What to Watch Thursday: 30 Rock Signs Off, Do No Harm Debuts, Crowd-Sourced Conan and More

What to Watch Thursday: 30 Rock Signs Off, Do No Harm Debuts, Crowd-Sourced Conan and More
On TV this Thursday: It’s time to say goodbye to 30 Rock (nerds!), a doc with personality plus tries to Do No Harm, a Beast must choose between two beauties and Conan fans put on a show. As a supplement to TVLine’s original features (linked within), here are 10 programs to keep on your radar.

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8 pm 30 Rock (NBC) | One-hour series finale: Stay-at-home mom Liz Lemon and the Tgs gang return for a final show,
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23 High School Movies That Get The Passing Grade

Considering it's where most of us (bar the weird home-schooled kids) spend our crucial formative years, where we have our first fights, our first loves, our first tentative steps into adulthood, it's no surprise that high school has long been a popular setting for movies. A range of genres (though generally leaning towards comedy) have taken place in those hallways, particularly from the 1980s onwards, when John Hughes, among others, made an entire career out of the lives and loves of 15-18 year olds.

The latest film to head back to class is "21 Jump Street" (review here) the big-screen reboot of the '80s TV show, which stars Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum as youthful-looking cops who are sent back to high school in order to bust a drug-running ring. While you might assume this to be another lazy remake, you'd be very wrong, as Tatum, Hill, co-writer Michael Bacall,
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DGA Announces Nominees for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television and Mini-Series, Dramatic Series, Comedy Series, Musical Variety, Reality Programs, Daytime Serials, Children’s Programs and Commercials for 2010

hollywoodnews.com: Directors Guild of America President Taylor Hackford today announced the DGA’s nominees for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Television and Commercials for the year 2010.

‘Whether it’s a 30-second commercial or a multi-part miniseries, television directors are crucial to the success of any television project.’ said Hackford. ‘As the DGA celebrates its 75th anniversary this year, we salute the critical role of the director in TV and are proud to honor the tremendous range of excellence found in the projects nominated today. Congratulations to all of the nominees.’

The winners will be announced at the 63rd Annual DGA Awards Dinner on Saturday, January 29, 2011 at the Grand Ballroom at Hollywood & Highland in Los Angeles.


Movies For Television And Mini-series

The nominees for the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television and Mini-Series for 2010 are (in alphabetical order):

Mick Jackson

Temple Grandin

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Cinema Showdown: December 24-26

Well, as most of you probably noticed, there was no Cinema Showdown last week. An error in the posting system, and my general lack of energy to write the whole thing all over again, was the cause of it. However, I think writing one of these on Christmas Eve more than makes up for it, don’t you?

You also may notice that this week’s Showdown is organized different than usual. Hopefully, this new system of classification will make it much easier to read and clearer to understand. Anyways, I’ve blabbered on long enough, and I think it’s time we get into some film! This week is pretty busy, with a western, a raunchy comedy, and a family movie all competing for box office dominance. But which one’s worth your time and, more importantly, money this weekend? That’s right, everyone: It’s time for another Cinema Showdown!
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'Mrs. Doubtfire' Dresses In Drag For Today's Sick Day Stash

Call them "cult classics." "Guilty pleasures." "Comfort movies." We all have a mental rolodex of flicks that may not be terribly popular but, for one reason or another, they resonate in a very special way. Maybe you saw it at the right moment. Maybe you just see gold where everyone else sees feces. Whatever the case, these are the special favorites that you keep stashed away for sick days. Here are some of ours.

by Rya Backer

Basically, the best movie in the history of the world is “Mrs. Doubtfire.” I mean, I like “good” movies, too (“This Is Spinal Tap,” “Being There,” “Annie Hall,” “Taxi Driver,” – what I’m trying to say is that I’m well-rounded and know enough about the art of filmmaking), but in the land of celluloid, only one feature film can be king. And that feature film clocks in at just over 120 minutes, most
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