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Andy Samberg is a "grown ass man" buying his grave plot in The Lonely Island's new single "Diaper Money." The track was just released to coincide with Monday's kickoff of YouTube's comedy week. While his bandmates Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone are busy rapping about other "grown ass" Nsfw things in life, Samberg focuses on entering the afterlife in inexpensive style. See video: James Franco, Zach Galifianakis, Andy Samberg: How Spring Break Leads to Gay Marriage (Video) And spending eternity buried in a cemetary conventiently located right off of a major highway. The new track is »
- Greg Gilman
The Lonely Island (Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone) debuted a brand new song and video from their upcoming "The Wack Album" during Youtube's Big Live Comedy Show Sunday night (May 20). "Diaper Money" is every bit as lewd as you'd expect from the rapping trio.
When asked on the red carpet about the possibility of a tour to promote the new album, they didn't close the door on the idea. "We're performing live tonight," Samberg tells Zap2it, "But after that we have no idea."
All hope isn't lost though, as Taccone says, "We were going to be performing live a couple more times. But as of now, we are desperately trying to figure out a tour ... and not yet." Samberg chimes in, saying "Unconfirmed."
"It's really hard because of our schedules," Andy explains, "I'm taking the hit right now, my show ["Brooklyn Nine-Nine"] just got picked up on Fox." "No one cares, »
They may have been singing about Spring Break and incest last week, but the guys of The Lonely Island have matured a lot in the past five days. Now they want you to know that they’re “grown ass men.” Following the May 7 premiere of their insane beach party/gay marriage music video, “Spring Break Anthem” and last week’s equally ridiculous “I Fucked My Aunt,” the comedy rappers have released a music video for their new song about diapers, sex problems and death. “Diaper Money” is a two-minute clip that shows Akiva Schaffer, Jorma Taccone and Andy Samberg rapping from »
The Lonely Island boys are growing up and changing their priorities. Their song “Spring Break Anthem” was all about settling down (and getting crazy at Spring Break) and their new jam, “Diaper Money,” focuses on kids, a loveless marriage, and planning for your death. It’s still fun (sort of)!
In preparation for the June 11 release of The Wack Album, the group is debuting videos as part of a series called #WackWednesdays. Although it’s obviously Monday (and the video was released yesterday), the description of the video says it was released for YouTube’s Comedy Week which kicked off »
- Sarah Caldwell
The Lonely Island released their newest video from their upcoming release "The Wack Album" on Monday as a part of YouTube's Comedy Week, and in the video, "Diaper Money," they praise adulthood and all its perks -- namely raising children, a monogamous relationship and choosing a cemetery plot (with minimal grammatical errors).
As this is the Lonely Island, so we don't need to tell you that the lyrics are very Nsfw. Their first post-"SNL" album comes out June 7, and the comedy/rap trio have released two preview songs so far. The video for the first, "Spring Break Anthem," features cameos from Zach Galifianakis, Edward Norton and James Franco, and the less said about the second song, the better. »
- Ross Luippold
You’ve never seen this three actors like this before. The eclectic James Franco plays a white version of ? while Disney Channel alums Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens go for bad in this wild movie about rebellion against authority.
From the mind of Harmony Korine (Kids, Gummo), comes the captivating new film Spring Breakers, arriving on Blu-ray Disc (plus Digital UltraViolet) and DVD (plus Digital UltraViolet) July 9th from Lionsgate Home Entertainment. The release follows closely on the heels of an incredibly successful theatrical run via A24. This cutting-edge crime thriller features breakout, buzz-worthy performances by Disney Channel alums: Selena Gomez (TV’s “Wizard’s
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In a new FunnyOrDie video, "The Hangover's" Zach Galifianakis sits down with James Franco in the latest edition of "Between Two Ferns." But, that's just the first of the major hilarity of the hilarious video. The second arrives when "Saturday Night Live's" Andy Samberg and his The Lonely Island band mates Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone appear as the show's musical guests. See video: Zach Galifianakis Plays 'Game of Game of Thrones' on 'SNL' They perform its "Spring Break Anthem," which has a hilarious twist in the song that flashes to the joys »
- Jethro Nededog
It's now James Franco's turn to submit himself to the ritualized celebrity humiliation of Zach Galifianakis' ongoing web talk show, Between Two Ferns With Zach Galifianakis (sample exchange: Zach: "Would you ever consider hosting the Oscars?" James: "I already did that." Zach: "I don't consider what you did 'hosting the Oscars.'"). Cover Story: The Uncensored Oral History of 'The Hangover' But the interview is cut short by the introduction of surprise musical guest The Lonely Island, with the parody rap group dropping by to debut the video for "Spring Break Anthem," a single off their forthcoming LP,
- Seth Abramovitch
If you haven't seen any of the hilarious faux web talk show Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis, you're missing out on some great comedy with plenty of celebrity guests. The most recent episode feature James Franco getting asked some awkward and aggressive questions as usual, but then a special musical guest comes into play: The Lonely Island. The group that got their start on "Saturday Night Live," composed of Andy Samberg, MacGruber director and "Girls" star Jorma Taccone and Hot Rod and The Watch director Akiva Shaffer have a new album in June, and the music video for their new single Spring Break Anthem crashes the show, with Galifianakis and Franco in tow. It's hilarious, but has salty language. Here's the music video for Spring Break Anthem crashing Between Two Ferns from The Lonely Island: The video itself is a lot like Harmony Korine's Spring Breakers in »
- Ethan Anderton
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- Justin Vactor
Don't be fooled by the newest episode of "Between Two Ferns" with Zach Galifianakis. After a few moments of bantering with (okay, insulting) guest James Franco ("Of all the art projects you've done, what has made people roll their eyes the hardest?"), they reveal that the "Between Two Ferns" episode is actually a front for the newest Lonely Island video.
The rap/comedy collective that consists of Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer has a new album coming out on June 11, and the first video is for a never-before-heard single about getting totally wasted during Spring Break and marrying a dude, because of course.
Galifianakis, Franco and, for some reason, Edward Norton are there, too, all having a great spring break and then marrying each other.
Check out the clip above from Funny Or Die to see the new Between Two Ferns/Lonely Island ode to committing oneself to a male life partner. »
- Ross Luippold
Ready for the middle of your week to get awesome? Andy Samberg's group, The Lonely Island, is releasing a new video or song every Wednesday until the release of their latest, The Wack Album, on June 11. Today kicks off "Wack Wednesdays" with a video for "Spring Break Anthem," which fittingly starts out with Spring Breakers star James Franco as a guest on Zach Galifianakis's Between Two Ferns. It's an ode to crazy Spring breaks . . . with a bit of gay marriage worked in. You have to watch, if simply to hear the lyrics "beer goggles if she's a hag" and "find Mr. Right and get monogamous" fit seamlessly into the same song. »
- Maggie Pehanick
A new Between Two Ferns is always cause for celebration, and this latest installment is among the best. It begins like most Between Two Ferns: Zach Galifianakis makes deadpan insults towards his guest (in this case James Franco), but then it turns into the music video for the new Lonely Island single, "Spring Break Anthem", which is appropriately in the style of Spring Breakers but also supports gay marriage. And because The Lonely Island--which is comprised of Akiva Schaffer, Jorma Taccone, and Andy Samberg--likes to embrace the random, Edward Norton co-stars in this excellent sketch/music video. Hit the jump to check out the music video. The Lonely Island's new album, The Wack Album, will be released on June 11th. Via The Lonely Island. »
- Matt Goldberg
In a sneaky swerve the video starts off as a new edition of actor Zach Galifianakis' Funny Or Die "Between Two Ferns" series. In it the Hangover star interviews James Franco. After some quick questions about Franco's film "127 Hours" ("127 hours, is that how many hours you look in the mirror every day?") and other bizarre inquiries ("Your face resembles James Dean's, is it safe to say your sausage resembles Jimmy Dean's?") and hosting the Academy Awards, Galifianakis stops the interview to introduce The Lonely Island.
The band is then shown introducing the video, directed by the band and Scott Aukerman, which starts showing a typical college crowd partying hard interspersed with shots of three gay couples planning weddings — one featuring »
- HuffPost Canada Music
While David Bowie's new music video represents the very heights of the format, with ambitious visuals, important themes and high production values, then the latest from The Lonely Island is the counterweight to that. Goofy, hilarious, and probably shot in about two days, it might not boast the biggest ideas or highest aspirations, but it's still pretty rad. Starting off as another episode of "Between Two Ferns With Zach Galifianakis" with James Franco in the hot seat (because James Franco is in everything), it then cuts to musical guests The Lonely Island who drop their "Spring Break Anthem." And while it's expectedly immature and ridiculous, the concept takes the idea of extreme bro-ing out with your bros to the logical extension that Spring Break mayhem will end with dudes getting married. It's kind of genius, and also pretty awesome that Ed Norton pops up randomly in this. Anyway, give it a look below. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
The segment transitions to a full-on spring break video, complete with a cameo from Alien aka James Franco and one other star that you'll have to watch to video to see. Plus, the song is solid. It's your typical Lonely Island jam. Hilarious, anti-bro, and utterly bizarre.
Check out the Nsfw video after the jump!
The new album from Lonely Island, "The Wack Album," drops on June 11.
- Kevin P. Sullivan
Marlon Wayans' spoof sequel 'A Haunted House 2' has got itself a new release date. Open Road Films will unleash the next installment plumb in the middle of Spring Break on 28 March 2014. Marlon will star once more and co-pen the script. He said, 'I'm excited about the release date of March 28th -- just in time for inebriated spring breakers to take a break from partying to laugh their asses off then get back to partying.' Production is expected to take place this coming Summer so still plenty of time to lift, borrow and blatantly rip-off many genre releases from the year under the guise of parody. 'A Haunted House' itself will finally land in UK theatres at the end of this month on 31 May. »
DVD Release Date: May 28, 2013
Price: DVD $24.99
Studio: Virgil Films
San Fernando Valley girl Deb Dorfman (Rue) has no special guy in her life, though she spends an awful lot of time taking care of men. They include her demanding widowed father (Gould), her vain, stingy married brother (Jonathan Chase), and her globetrotting journalist friend Jay (Johann Urb, TV’s Californication), who she has a secret crush on. While cat-sitting for Jay at his cool downtown Los Angeles, Deb gives herself a serious makeover, from a new haircut to a new “I Count Too” attitude. Especially helpful and encouraging is a hunky artist, Cookie (Haaz Sleiman), who may »
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VH1’s documentary series I’m Married to A… follows real life couples who are making love work despite unconventional and often difficult situations. A lesbian couple, Alex Felix and Gemma Beristain, will be featured in the episode that airs on May 5. Alex is from a conservative family and is in the closet. We speak to both Alex and Gemma about filming the episode and the background of their relationship.
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AfterEllen: Where do you live?
Alex & Gemma: We live together in Pasadena, CA, along with Gemma's son and our two dogs, Cookie and CoCo.
Ae: Where did you grow up?
Alex: I grew up in La Puente, CA. I’ve been there all my life. It's predominantly a Latino neighborhood.
Gemma: I was actually born in the Philippine Islands before migrating to Southern California, »
Yes, this is real.Spring break in the mountains: snowboarding, beer, drunken co-eds in bikinis. As the yearly Bikini Ski Day party descends on a small mountain town, something lurks beneath the snow. When an unwitting rider causes an avalanche, it awakens a huge, menacing, pre-historic Snow Shark! With a newfound taste for human flesh, the Snow Shark picks off the snow bunnies mercilessly. Cut off from help by mountainous terrain and blidning snow, the local sheriff must make an unlikely alliance with a motley crew of snowboarders to take down the Snow Shark before the white hills run red with blood!Scott Wheeler directs....
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