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Mindy Kaling Kept an Upfronts Diary for Vulture

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Mindy Kaling Kept an Upfronts Diary for Vulture
Vulture asked Mindy Kaling, whose show The Mindy Project made Fox's fall lineup, to keep a diary of her Upfronts experience. Herewith, all the kooky things that went through her mind, starting from before she got the good news, and ending with her in bed, indulging in some light showrunner fantasies. Saturday, May 6 7:30 a.m. Waking up in my childhood bedroom in Boston. I left L.A. to hang out with family while I wait to hear about the show. 9:15 a.m. Going through my bedroom and find some great relics from junior high, like a Denis Leary No Cure for Cancer tape, but nothing to play it on. Tuesday, May 8 11:12 a.m. Rainn Wilson texts me: "I have news about your pilot!" I text back immediately, “What?!” But it was just a mean joke to get my attention. I hate that guy. 4:15 p.m. Saw
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Comedy Central Getting In The Book Business

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Comedy Central has announced that it will launch a joint book publishing program with Running Press, a member of the Perseus Books Group, the cable channel announced on Wednesday. Its first release will be a novelty Christmas book penned by actor and comedian Denis Leary, slated to come out in October 2012.

The channel, known for its top comedy programming anchored by "The Daily Show," "The Colbert Report" and "South Park," will focus on material from both upcoming and already-established comedians, as well as franchises associated with Comedy Central. No further titles or comedians have yet been released.

Entering the book business may be a logical way for Comedy Central to reach its target audience through an entirely new medium. In a recent study commissioned by the channel, young people (especially young men) value humor above all other traits, and its ratings are up 10% . They plan on pushing their books through all arms of the channel,
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First look at Denis Leary in Spider-Man

For me, Denis Leary’s No Cure for Cancer is not only a brilliant bit of stand-up comedy, but it’s law, so I was excited to see him continue his good will from FX’s Rescue Me into Marc Webb’s untitled Spider-Man 3D reboot as Captain George Stacy, father of Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone). PacificCoastNews has some pics of Leary on-set:

Sweet, but where’s The Lizard? And an official title. The film comes our way July 3rd, 2012. Thoughts?
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Dennis Leary Headlines 'Rescue Me Comedy Tour' In South Florida

Dennis Leary has provided fans with outrageous comedy routines for over 20 years. Leary is a Golden Globe and Emmy Award-nominated actor, comedian, writer and director whose rants have entertained audiences since his days working the Boston comedy-club circuit in the 1980's.

His angry comedic style takes jabs at everyone from Hollywood's elite to common people in the news. Leary's Rescue Me Comedy Tour - inspired by the FX series of the same name in its fifth season - made a stop at the Seminole Hard Rock, Hollywood, Fl Sunday night.

He last toured in 1997 and stared in a smash hit one man show, No Cure For Cancer, which became the highest grossing comedy album of all time.

The 51-year old performed to a packed house along with comedians Adam Ferrara, Lenny Clarke and Mike DeStefano.
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