We just discovered that comedian Hope Flood, who many of you know from her stint as a radio show host in Dallas and as a comic on Martin Lawrence Presents, Def Comedy Jam, Comic View, (to just to name a few) has launched the first everFemales In Comedy Convention. The first ever convention of it’s kind will take place in Los Angeles in April 2012. The convention will include several workshops, seminars, luncheons, panel discussions, nightly showcases, comic celebrity basketball game, and more and will be celebrity studded.
If you are interested in finding out more info about the Females In Comedy Convention check out the website on December 1st when it goes live at http://www.femalesincomedyconvention.com. In the meantime you can email firstname.lastname@example.org to answer any questions you may have.
The 2012 Presidential Election is undoubtedly going to be the inspiration for plenty of great comedy. How can we tell? Funny or Die has made their own Politics page to “cover” the race for office and killed it right from the start by enlisting none other than Mike Tyson as presidential hopeful Herman Cain. This might be a great day for both Tyson and Cain. Despite their past careers, they’re destined to be comedy gold.
He may not be hosting the Oscars anymore, but he does co-star in Tower Heist, which, despite its embattled director Bratt Ratner, is doing just fine at the box office. And, as it turns out, that’s not the only flick on the horizon for the iconic comedian. After nearly three years on the shelf, Murphy’s movie A Thousand Words is set to hit theaters March 23, 2012.
Murphy stars as slimy businessman who can only say 1,000 words for the rest of his life. Why, you ask? Well, because a Native American put a curse on him, of course. Anyway, here’s the trailer. It looks kinda crappy. Check it out and let us know what you think!
Most of us know Tracy Morgan from his hilarious performances on Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock. Yet three days ago his new movie “The Son of No One,” a police/crime drama, released in the United States, marking just the second time the comedian has starred in a dramatic film.
The movie has an incredible cast. as Morgan co-stars with Al Pacino, Ray Liotta, Katie Holmes and Channing Tatum.
For those wondering if Morgan actually had the acting chops to pull it off, check out the review he got from LA Times writer Robert Abele. Although Abele was mostly unimpressed with the movie as a whole, he was more than surprised by Morgan’s acting skills: “The shocker, though, is Tracy Morgan’s concentrated, powerful turn as Jonathan’s estranged best bud, transformed into a near-catatonic, mentally disturbed shell. His faraway look says much more than the incoherent strands of Montiel’s plot.”