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So Many Trailers, So Little Time! Kevin Hart Talks About His Pain
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Todd Phillips on working with comedians, "I like the danger that a comic brings to a role… there’s a feeling that anything could happen. I feel that with Zach [Galifianakis], and I think that’s what I mean by the danger." [AV Club]

Louis CK, Rosie O'Donnell, Margaret Cho and a bunch of other comics performing at the New York Comedy Festival, recall their early career goals when they first started comedy. [NY Times]

Donald Glover dismissed internet comments saying he couldn't play Spiderman because of his race, but he could play Shaft, "You couldn’t have a Shaft ride at Universal Studios. It’d be like they put you in a car with five women mannequins and you slap them all." [Vulture]

Jimmy McMillan, of the Rent Is Too Damn High Party, just went from being an inadvertent meme to a full-blown parody of himself. [Funny or Die]

Russell Peters is working on a show for ABC. It's about a detective who must uncover a CIA conspiracy– just kidding, it's a sitcom based on his family. [Chortle]

Andy Richter shares his somewhat loopy side of the late night story, '"Conan,' I said, 'it's all settled. The Burbank Syndicate is buying off your contract. It's quite a substantial sum, and most importantly, you're free!'" [GQ]

Jenny Slate on her season run at SNL, "It was like a summer romance that you just kind of have good memories of." [Paper Magazine]

Here's a first look at the new Muppet movie, directed by James Bobin, of Flight of the Conchords, starring Jason Segel and co-written by Segel and his writer partner Nicholas Stoller, which introduces a new Muppet named Walter. [Coming Soon]



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