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Entertainment Tonight aired the very first look at The Hangover 2, talking to Ed Helms, Bradley Cooper and Zach Galifianakis. The film takes place in Bangkok, and Mike Tyson and Ken Jeong will reprise their roles. [ET Online]

Kathy Griffin is rolling out a new Broadway stand-up show called Kathy Griffin Wants a Tony, bringing up the number of comedians performing on Broadway this year to one zillion. [Reuters]

Alia Shawkat talks about Mitch Hurwitz and the Arrested Development movie, "I don’t think he wanted to [initially write the movie], to tell you the truth. I think he was kind of hurt [about the show's cancellation]." [Black Book]

Hari Kondabolu has another round of videos where he asks his friends to help him promote his Comedy Central Presents special, which airs tonight at 11/10c. [Ajay Naidu, Ajay Naidu 2, Kristen Schaal and Kurt Braunohler]

Speaking of Hari, here is Hari speaking, "I started seeing the power of standup as a way to express frustration and create a unique experience for myself and the audience that was not only funny, but potentially powerful…" [Rooftop Comedy]

Here's a list of the most 10 most controversial comics of all time. For some reason, they left out Cockballs McYellingtaint. Glaring omission! [Pop Crunch]

What will the future of The Huffington Post look like now that AOL has purchased the site? A lot like the past. [Funny or Die]



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