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Just for Laughs: A banner year for veterans and newbies alike

On the downside, Amy Schumer didn’t show up to the 33rd Just for Laughs festival, which wraps Tuesday night. Then again, she had a good excuse: she was promoting her movie Trainwreck. 1,262 more words


Jennifer Lawrence Delivered A Lusty Vagina Monologue At 'The Big Lebowski' Live Reading

.@Just_For_Laughs turn to break the internet. Michael Fassbender and Jennifer Lawrence LEBOWSKI LIVE READ #JFLMTL pic.twitter.com/elGnXmfIWw

— JFLComedyPro (@JFLComedyPro) July 25, 2015

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Michael Fassbender Goes 'A Little Too Method' in 'Big Lebowski' Live Read

Michael Fassbender put his magnetic superpowers aside Friday night to play stoner icon “the Dude” in a reading of “The Big Lebowski” in Montreal, but it was Patton Oswalt’s performance as Walter Sobchak (the role originated by John Goodman) that stole the show. 807 more words


Movies that make me cry: The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

Not all movies make me cry. I’m not necessarily a major weeper, but if a movie or a TV show strikes just the right chord, then my tears are a melody of all my feels. 605 more words

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Just for Laughs: Video from the red carpet at awards show

Bill Brownstein talks to comedy stars Kevin Hart, Jeff Ross, Patton Oswalt, Ellie Kemper and Veep creator Armando Iannucci as they cross the red carpet at the Just for Laughs Awards Show Friday afternoon honouring the best in the funny business. 77 more words


'My heart is broken': Amy Schumer responds to Louisiana shooting at Trainwreck screening

Amy Schumer has offered her condolences after a gunman opened fire at a screening of her film Trainwreck in Lafayette, Louisiana.

“My heart is broken and all my thoughts and prayers are with everyone in Louisiana,” the actress tweeted Thursday evening. 242 more words


Just for Laughs review: Patton Oswalt at Maison symphonique, July 23

In comedy, as in life, persistence can pay off.

About halfway through his generous and engaging set at Maison symphonique Thursday night, Patton Oswalt decided to talk to some of the folks in the first few rows of the audience. 474 more words