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As we quickly creep up on on the final days of 2016, the world continues to lose beloved celebrities, making this year one of the worst in recent memory when it comes to famous deaths. Today, the radio world was hit hard with the news that beloved Howard Stern Wack Pack member Joseph Bassolino had died. The man was 49.
Better known as Joey Boots, Bassolino was a longtime member of the Howard Stern Show family, and one of the more popular Wack Pack members. A prominent member of the group who often toured outside the show, gathering big crowds wherever he went, the man succumbed to undisclosed caused. He is perhaps most famous for unleashing his iconic catch phrase on the world, 'Ba Ba Booey'. This was in reference to longtime Howard Stern producer Gary Dell'Abate.
According to Deadline, reports claim that Bassolino was found unresponsive at his New York apartment »
"Trust me, the night is not over." Lionsgate + Hulu have debuted a trailer for the indie comedy Joshy, which first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. Up-and-coming actor Thomas Middleditch (seen in Being Flynn, The Wolf of Wall Street, The Bronze, The Final Girls) stars in this film as a guy named Josh(y) and it takes place at his would-be bachelor party, after his wedding is cancelled, becoming his chance to reconnect with all of his old friends. The full cast includes Adam Pally, Alex Ross Perry, Nick Kroll, Jenny Slate, Lauren Graham, Aubrey Plaza, Joe & Kris Swanberg and Alison Brie. Looks like fun. Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Jeff Baena's Joshy, direct from Hulu's YouTube (via Tfs): Joshy's friends aren't going to let his cancelled wedding get in the way of his big bachelor party. Josh (Thomas Middleditch) treats what would have been his »
- Alex Billington
Chris Weitz has had a varied career. Weitz directed The Twilight Saga: New Moon and The Golden Compass and co-directed About a Boy and American Pie with his brother, Paul Weitz (Being Flynn). Chris Weitz’s career is a little all over the map, but he’s clearly comfortable with drama, as exhibited by About a Boy and his last feature, A Better Life. For his next directorial effort, he might depict the hunt for […]
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- Jack Giroux
3 items from 2016
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