Richard Linklater, the acclaimed filmmaker who is nominated for a 2015 Film Independent Spirit Award for Best Director for Boyhood, loves to tell a good story.
Seth Herzog currently holds the cushy gig of opening for Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. To bring him back to earth, IFC had Seth perform in a New York City pizzeria for our new web series Comedy Drop. Unsurprisingly, the comedian was skilled enough to pull off the guerrilla-style gig unscathed. To find out how…
If you’re a fan of comedy, Kate Berlant should be on your radar. Her unique, surrealistic brand of stand up has Time Out and The New York Times singing her praises, and justifiably so. In an episode of IFC’s web series Comedy Drop, Kate was able to win over confused patrons of a New York…
As any comedian will tell you, getting laughs on stage is no easy feat. But getting laughs in a coffee and crepe shop? Unless you’re good—no, make that great—it’s next to impossible. For IFC’s web series Comedy Drop, Chris Gethard was able to pull it off. To find out how, we spoke with Chris about…
When it comes to comedy venues, Brooke Van Poppelen doesn’t discriminate. She’s performed on John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show, in a Chicago deli and, as part of IFC’s Comedy Drop web series, a New York City tattoo parlor. To find out how she’s able to elicit laughter in unexpected places, we asked Brooke questions…
Do you hear the people sing? This Friday you will, as Comedy Bang! Bang! takes a page from the Great White Way. Casey Wilson—along with special guests Thomas Lennon and Paul F. Tompkins—joins Scott Aukerman and Reggie Watts for musical extravaganza inspired by the works of Andrew Lloyd Webber, who also happens to make an…
Article: Jason Sudeikis Will Always Haunt SNL
Jason Sudeikis may have left Saturday Night Live to focus on his movie career — which includes this week’s We’re the Millers — but he doesn’t think he’s done with the sketch comedy show just yet. As he told IFC at the New York premiere, no one ever really leaves, considering how often Kristen Wiig,…
Article: 10 Genius Demetri Martin Jokes
Demetri Martin wants it all. Who doesn’t!? Martin is already a winning stand-up, actor, he’s in the new Lake Bell flick In A World ( opening today). Now he tells IFC that what he really wants is to write movies. “Comedy is like a carbohydrate, but it’s like refined sugar,” he told IFC. “If you…
Scott Porter once walked into a room of female coworkers who were in the middle of a conversation that confused him. “They were saying something about a ‘dirty bathroom floor,’ and I was like, ‘What the fuck does that mean?’” he recalled, laughing. “And then one of them said, ‘Dirty bathroom floor, go!’ and another…
For every movie about a guy’s quest to lose his virginity, there’s a girl’s story left untold — but The To Do List has that on the top of its list to remedy. Our heroine, Brandy Klark, played with much aplomb by Aubrey Plaza, is her graduating high school class’ valedictorian, but she has a…
The Curb Your Enthusiasm star talks about his latest film.
Comedy Bang! Bang! returns this Friday at 10/9c on IFC.
The writing/directing team talk to IFC about their coming-of-age comedy.
Marcia DeBonis tells IFC how Will Arnett was considered for Michael Bluth and more.
“When actors talk about taking themselves out of their comfort zones to do a part, that was me,” says Jeong.
Article: Jessica Walter winks suggestively and describes Lucille Bluth’s “dire straits” in “Arrested Development” season 4
She also tells us her favorite recurring jokes from the past seasons.
Article: Michael Cera and Alia Shawkat discuss sex and awkward love in “Arrested Development” season 4
The duo also reveal their favorite moments from the first three seasons.
Article: Roman Coppola on “A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III,” Bill Murray and wanting to work with Kristen Stewart
“A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III” came out on Blu-ray on May 14.
The late comedian’s wife spoke to IFC about the new documentary and the legacy of her husband.
The actress spoke to IFC about her recent, high-profile projects.
The comedy duo talk to IFC about their new movie, the comedians they like nowadays and why pot should be legal.
The man behind “Out There” answers questions about the animated series.
Article: “Starbuck” director Ken Scott talks “The Delivery Man,” working with Vince Vaughn and reinventing his film for an American audience
“It won’t be a simple copy of the original,” Scott told IFC.
Photographic proof of Romita’s small appearance in the upcoming comic book movie has finally been released.
“The chance to write for an extraordinary writer is a huge challenge,” says “Admission” screenwriter Karen Croner.