The President’s Analyst, a 1967 comedy-thriller about the misadventures of a psychoanalyst to the President of the United States, is getting a remake courtesy of The Daily Show host Trevor Noah. And the script for the remake comes courtesy of an actual Washington insider – Pat Cunnane, who served as President Barack Obama’s Senior Writer and Deputy Director of Messaging at the White House.
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When you woke up this morning, I’m sure the first thing you said to yourself was: “What’s new in the world of Paramount Animation?” Well, I heard your question, reader, and I’m here with some answers. First, Rumble, an animated flick that was supposed to open this May has now been moved to 2022. In addition to that, The Daily Show host Trevor Noah is set to make an animated feature with Paramount. Read More »
It’s an unwritten rule in Hollywood: every few years, a major studio must – must! – make a movie about a chess prodigy. I’m not sure why: maybe the film industry has been in the pocket of Big Chess for decades. But Bleeker Street made Pawn Sacrifice in 2014, Disney made Queen of Katwe in 2016, and now Paramount Pictures is the next studio to abide by the rule, because they’re currently developing an untitled movie about an 8-year-old chess champion that’s going to be produced by The Daily Show host Trevor Noah. Get the details below.
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Late night television shows were among the first productions to shut down once the spread of coronavirus became more threatening this month. That’s mostly because the shows are shot with a live television audience. Initially, some of the shows attempted to stick it out by shooting episodes without a crowd, but eventually entire productions had to be shut down out of an abundance of caution. However, fans will now have some of their late night fixes back in action, albeit with some social distancing changes.
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah will be returning to Comedy Central this week after delivering a couple digital editions of the program under the new moniker The Daily Social Distancing Show with Trevor Noah. Furthermore, Late Night with Seth Meyers will be making a bit of a comeback by doing digital editions of the show’s signature “A Closer Look” segment from the comedian’s home. They join Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel and Conan O’Brien, who have been keeping their shows alive with snippets of new segments uploaded to YouTube in the days since their shows were shut down. Find out more below. Read More »
The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.
In this edition, watch the final battle from Avengers: Endgame recreated as if it were a retro 16-bit video game. Plus, pay attention as Murder Mystery stars Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston breakdown a scene from their Netflix comedy, and see how much heat Trevor Noah can withstand from hot wings in the latest episode of Hot Ones. Read More »
It’s unexpected cameo season! Even better than Christmas is the time of year when all the news stories come out about how Daniel Craig played a Stormtrooper, or how Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi cameo was a Beastie Boys reference. Oh, and then there was Matt Damon in Thor: Ragnarok, and that one special cameo in Deadpool 2 that has everyone talking. But there was one blockbuster cameo that you may have missed when this movie first hit theaters: Trevor Noah. A Trevor Noah Black Panther cameo, to be exact.
The Daily Show host apparently played a part in Black Panther, Marvel’s latest outing to hit Blu-ray and digital release. Find out more about this blink-and-you’ll-miss-it cameo below.
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Posted on Tuesday, August 18th, 2015 by Angie Han
August 6 was the end of an era, as Jon Stewart aired his last-ever episode as host of The Daily Show. But as they say, the show must go on. And so, after waiting several days to let us finish drying our tears, Comedy Central is pressing onward with the first teaser for the next chapter in the series: The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. Watch the Daily Show with Trevor Noah promo after the jump. Read More »
Earlier this year, we learned that Jon Stewart would be leaving Comedy Central’s long-running news satire program The Daily Show. Comedy Central ran the gamut of talented comedians to replace Stewart on the show, including names like Chris Rock and Amy Poehler, before they picked correspondent Trevor Noah to take the gig.
However, one name that we didn’t hear about officially as a candidate was Amy Schumer, the comedienne who has skyrocketed to fame over the past few years thanks to her stellar sketch comedy show Inside Amy Schumer. It turns out Schumer was offered the job, but she actually ended up turning it down. Find out why Amy Schumer turned down The Daily Show after the jump! Read More »
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The great late-night shakeup of 2015 continues this fall when Trevor Noah takes over as host of The Daily Show. Jon Stewart, who has hosted the show since 1999, will step away on August 6. Now Comedy Central has announced Trevor Noah’s debut as host for September 28.
Additionally, not one but two additional seasons of the incredibly popular podcast Serial have been announced to air over the next year. Read More »
Posted on Wednesday, May 27th, 2015 by Angie Han
Just ahead of Seinfeld‘s Hulu premiere, two of the show’s stars are reuniting for a much more modest venture: a quick drive and a cup of coffee. Julia Louis-Dreyfus is dropping by the sixth season of Jerry Seinfeld‘s web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, along with Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, Steve Harvey, Bill Maher, and Jim Carrey.
Watch the Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Season 6 trailer after the jump. Read More »