Finesse Mitchell, Geoff Keith, and Cristela Alonzo will be performing their show Aces of Comedy on July 16th at the Morongo Casino in Cabezon, California. If you live in the area, be sure to check it out. [Aces of Comedy]
No Fact Zone brings us two bits of news that trickled out from Stephen Colbert's trip to Iraq. First, there's a radio interview with him about the trip, and second, some footage of Colbert during the show's rehearsal. [Radio Interview, Rehearsal Clips]
John Oliver spoke at the Campus Progress conference and expressed surprise that Daily Show correspondents gets press credentials to political events, stating, "We act like naughty children." [Washington Times]
Jody Hill talks about his style behind Foot Fist Way, Observe and Report and Eastbound and Down, "…everything I’ve done so far, I wanted it to have a sort of punk rock energy to it… I’ve wanted it to have an unprofessional vibe…" [/film]
Funny People just got a new red-band trailer. I'm sure most of our readers are already planning on seeing the hell out of this movie, but if you are not, I hope a trailer with a few curse words in it changes your mind. [/film]
Michael Ian Black and Michael Showalter admit to being uneasy having The State released on DVD because they can't stand watching their older work. Someone should call them and tell them The State is awesome so they can feel better. [NY Times]
The Office's Jenna Fischer got engaged to screenwriter Lee Kirk. The timing is perfect because after years of wondering will they or won't they, most of us were just hoping for more Creed-based story lines. [Associated Press]
I never expected David Cross to play a convincing Virgin Mary, but in this clip from Passion of the Christ 2: Revenge of the Fallen, he does a hell of a job. Watch it after the jump.