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Randall Park and Ali Wong To Star in Netflix Comedy

Can we all just give a well deserved applause to Netflix? The streaming service has been a leading source in entertainment for diversity, representation and inclusion in many of its original content (sideeye to  209 more words


present /ˈprez(ə)nt/, adj.

The moment Wonder Woman was officially in production and no longer just another superhero title in the rumor mill, people all over the Internet began praising the film, its director, and its cast for finally making a female superhero movie. 1,068 more words

Pop Culture

Jim Carrey, Trevor Noah among stars accepting JFL Awards in Montreal

Pop Goes The News — Laughter filled a ballroom inside the Hyatt Regency in downtown Montreal on Friday afternoon as stars like Jim Carrey and Craig Ferguson were honoured at the Just For Laughs Awards. 687 more words


Power, Pleasure, & Prejudice: A Conclusion

Stand-up comedy: a comedian stands in front of a live audience and performs jokes, bits, monologues, and humorous anecdotes directly to them. This performance, simple at its most basic definition, involves a complex triangulation of power, pleasure, and prejudice as the comic desperately attempts to elicit laughter from a group of listeners. 4,771 more words

Power, Pleasure & Prejudice: Gender In Mediated Stand-Up Comedy

The Hero

The Hero – For you ladies that think Sam Elliott is all that and a bag of tricks, well, he’s still got it. That immediately recognizable voice, the twinkling eyes…. 155 more words

Dramatical Entertainment

Ali Wong: Baby Cobra (2016)

Neatly perfect, this debut comedy special by the personable comic is one of the best of its kind. Wong herself is extremely entertaining and hilarious, and her material here is extraordinarily well-delivered, with perfect timing and no clunkers to be found from beginning to end. 67 more words

Film Review: The Hero (2017)

Release Date: January 21st, 2017 (Sundance)
Directed by: Brett Haley
Written by: Marc Basch, Brett Haley
Music by: Keegan DeWitt
Cast: Sam Elliott, Laura Prepon, Krysten Ritter, Nick Offerman, Katharine Ross, Ali Wong, Cameron Esposito… 416 more words