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Michael Cera, Kieran Culkin to star on Broadway

9 April 2014 6:02 AM, PDT | EW.com - PopWatch | See recent EW.com - PopWatch news »

Michael Cera and Kieran Culkin are slated to star together on Broadway in Kenneth Lonergan’s play This Is Our Youth, a comedy about the high times and aimless lives of two disaffected young men.

Lonergan said Tuesday that Cera, whose credits include Arrested Development, Juno and Superbad, and Culkin, of Igby Goes Down and Cider House Rules, will bring the play to Broadway in the fall after a stop this summer at Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre Company. All three will be making their Broadway debuts.

The woman in the middle of the pair will be played by Tavi Gevinson, »

- Associated Press

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FX Orders Billy Crystal Comedy Pilot 'The Comedians' to Series

19 March 2014 12:33 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Billy Crystal is coming back to the small screen, and not just via his upcoming HBO special. Crystal's new comedy pilot, "The Comedians," has received a series order from FX, according to Deadline. The premise finds Crystal's veteran comic character teaming up with Josh Gad's young up-and-comer for a sketch show. The pilot was written and directed by Larry Charles ("The Dictator," "Curb Your Enthusiasm"), who also serves as the show's executive producer along with Crystal, Matt Nix ("Burn Notice") and Ben Wexler ("Community"). Based off the Swedish series "Ulveson and Herngren," "The Comedians" is a half-hour, single camera comedy that will certainly bring in an older demographic than FX usually attracts with shows like "Archer" and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." Crystal guest starred on Lisa Kudrow's Showtime show, "Web Therapy" last year. He appeared with the "Friends" star in "Analyze This" and "Analyze That »

- Ben Travers

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FX Orders Billy Crystal Comedy Pilot 'The Comedians' to Series

19 March 2014 12:33 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Billy Crystal is coming back to the small screen, and not just via his upcoming HBO special. Crystal's new comedy pilot, "The Comedians," has received a series order from FX, according to Deadline. The premise finds Crystal's veteran comic character teaming up with Josh Gad's young up-and-comer for a sketch show. The pilot was written and directed by Larry Charles ("The Dictator," "Curb Your Enthusiasm"), who also serves as the show's executive producer along with Crystal, Matt Nix ("Burn Notice") and Ben Wexler ("Community"). Based off the Swedish series "Ulveson and Herngren," "The Comedians" is a half-hour, single camera comedy that will certainly bring in an older demographic than FX usually attracts with shows like "Archer" and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." Crystal guest starred on Lisa Kudrow's Showtime show, "Web Therapy" last year. He appeared with the "Friends" star in "Analyze This" and "Analyze That »

- Ben Travers

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Harold Ramis obituary

25 February 2014 4:05 PM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Actor, writer and director who changed the course of Us film comedy with movies such as Ghostbusters and Groundhog Day

The writer, director and actor Harold Ramis, who has died aged 69 from complications of autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis, was responsible for one masterpiece and several influential smash-hits. In each of his creative capacities, he was the eternal quiet man. In front of the camera, his blithe and undemanding presence often disguised his comic skill or made it appear effortless; he seemed happy to hang back and surrender the limelight to more demonstrative and dynamic collaborators, such as his Ghostbusters co-stars Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd. In his writing and directing he was adept at capitalising on an audience's love of coarseness without resorting to cruelty or sacrificing his compassion.

Much of his work – including National Lampoon's Animal House (1978), Meatballs (1979) and Ghostbusters (1984), all of which he co-wrote, and Caddyshack (1980), which he co-wrote »

- Ryan Gilbey

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Harold Ramis Dead at 69 - Director of Caddyshack, Ghostbusters and Groundhog Day

24 February 2014 3:59 PM, PST | National Ledger | See recent National Ledger news »

The man who directed the 80s cult classic Caddyshack has died. Famed comedy director, writer and actor Harold Ramis has passed away at age 69. Ramis may be best known for his role as Egon Spengler in the 1984 comedy, which he also wrote, with Dan Aykroyd - passed away in the early hours of this morning (after suffering autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis for a number of years. Although he is best remembered on-screen for his roles in 'Ghostbusters' and its 1989 sequel, Harold had been a leading figure in comedy since the 70s, directing 'Caddyshack', 'Groundhog Day' and 'National Lampoon's Vacation'. He also co-wrote the iconic 1978 film 'National Lampoon's Animal House', and later 1999s 'Analyse This' and 2002s 'Analyze That', starring Robert De Niro, which he also directed. Harold continued to act in recent years, with parts in 'Knocked Up', »

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How meeting comedy giant Harold Ramis exceeded any expectations I had

24 February 2014 2:00 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

There are very few perfect films. Part of what makes films so beautiful and rich and rewarding is that they are the result of a sort of mass insanity that happens when you have all of these people all pushing to create something tangible, something that moves us to some sort of real emotional place. It's easy to forget that movies are ultimately a bunch of people standing around playing make-believe, but with a crew there to capture it all. Considering how many moving pieces there are in any film, it's almost miraculous when they actually come together coherently, much less in a way that manages to make us genuinely lose ourselves in what we're watching. Harold Ramis made a perfect movie. "Groundhog Day" is one of the few mainstream comedies that I think actually grows and gets richer and more wonderful the more you revisit it, something which seems »

- Drew McWeeny

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Remembering Comedy Legend Harold Ramis

24 February 2014 1:40 PM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

We're losing them too fast, aren't we? Today comes the sad news that comedy legend Harold Ramis passed away from autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis at age 69. He was old enough to have influenced a generation of comedy writers, from Adam Sandler to Judd Apatow, but gosh, 69 still feels too young. Most viewers will remember Ramis as Egon Spengler, the dry one in his landmark '84 hit Ghostbusters. No, the really dry one - the egghead who strapped Rick Moranis into some sort of cranial contraption to hear him spout about the return of Gozer the Traveler; the one who explained the »

- Alynda Wheat, PEOPLE Movie Critic

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Harold Ramis dies at 69: Hollywood pays tribute to Ghostbusters star

24 February 2014 10:16 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Harold Ramis passed away today at the age of 69.

The veteran director and actor was known for films including Groundhog Day, Caddyshack, Analyze This and Analyze That, all four of which he wrote and directed, and notably for his role as Dr Egon Spengler in Ghostbusters.

Following the news, tributes have poured in from Ramis's friends and colleagues across Hollywood.

Deeply saddened to hear of the passing of my brilliant, gifted, funny friend, co-writer/performer and teacher Harold Ramis.

Dan Aykroyd (@dan_aykroyd) February 24, 2014

Instead of Wednesday's comic, this is what will be put up. I'm sharing it now because reasons. Rip Harold Ramis :_( pic.twitter.com/bV8daK8PD2

— Ash Vickers (@Mega_Ashra) February 25, 2014

Sad to hear my friend Harold Ramis

passed away. A brilliant, funny, actor and

director. A wonderful husband and dad.

Big loss to us all. bc

Billy Crystal (@BillyCrystal) February 24, 2014

Egon was my favourite Ghostbuster. »

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Harold Ramis 1944-2014

24 February 2014 10:10 AM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Legendary comedy filmmaker, and one quarter of the Ghostbusters, Harold Ramis, has died aged 69. Ramis was best known as Dr. Egon Spengler, the most level-headed of the Ghostbusters, a film that he also wrote alongside co-star Dan Aykroyd. Released in 1984, a sequel followed in 1988 and a third film has been talked about for decades.

When not busting ghosts, Ramis tried his hand at writing, directing, and sometimes both. Probably his most cherished film was 1993′s Groundhog Day, a film in which his Ghostbusters co-star, Bill Murray, played a man reliving the same day over and over again. Ramis also directed Caddyshack, Analyze This and its sequel Analyze That, as well as other films and acting appearances such as the role of Seth Rogen’s father in Knocked Up.

Ramis, surrounded by his family, died at 12:53 am on 24th February 2014. The cause of death was complications of autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis. »

- Luke Ryan Baldock

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Harold Ramis dies

24 February 2014 10:09 AM, PST | eyeforfilm.co.uk | See recent eyeforfilm.co.uk news »

Harold Ramis as Egon Spengler

The actor, writer and director Harold Ramis, star of Ghostbusters, has died at the age of 69 from complications of autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis.

Ramis played Dr Egon Spengler, collector of spores, molds and fungus, in Ghostbusters, which he also co-wrote. His other credits as screenwriter include Groundhog Day, Caddyshack, Animal House and Analyze That. He also produced and directed several films, and even recorded songs for film soundtracks.

Starting out in Chicago, he spent time as a teacher and mental health worker, writing plays on the side before securing a job as a joke writer at Playboy. He went on to join the likes of Bill Murray, John Belushi and Christopher Guest on the National Lampoon radio show and revue before moving into film.

Ramis first became ill four years ago with the rare condition, in which the body's own immune system attacks blood vessels, causing inflammation that can. »

- Jennie Kermode

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