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Funimation Alters Bofuri Joke Scene

Aside from trying to push the dialogue of anime in the direction of their “superior political alignment”, the highly corrupt Funimation has now made a rather senseless change to dialogue for a scene in the innocent Itai no wa Iya nano de Bougyoryoku ni Kyokufuri Shitai to Omoimasu. The scene in question takes place in […]
Tags: Translation, Comedy, Censorship, Feminism, English, Anime, Comparison, Funimation, Iya, Itai, Itai Bougyoryoku Kyokufuri, Kyokufuri Shitai


Funimation Alters Sexy Bofuri Joke Scene

Aside from trying to push the dialogue of anime in the direction of their “superior political alignment”, the highly corrupt Funimation now seemingly has a problem with slightly lewd jokes, as they have changed the dialogue for a scene in the innocent Itai no wa Iya nano de Bougyoryoku ni Kyokufuri Shitai to Omoimasu. The […]
Tags: Translation, Comedy, Censorship, Feminism, English, Anime, Comparison, Funimation, Iya, Itai, Itai Bougyoryoku Kyokufuri, Kyokufuri Shitai


Murenase! Shiiton Gakuen Making Violence Adorable

Murenase! Shiiton Gakuen has not slowed down its procession of new animal-eared characters as its latest episode unveiled the tiny honey badger; meanwhile, the hyena girl from past episodes also returned and made things even sweeter with her usual ambrosial indecisiveness. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Animals, Anime, Oppai, Image Gallery, Kemonomimi, Gokumi, Murenase Shiiton Gakuen, Murenase Shiiton Gakuen Making Violence Adorable


‘The Curse’: Nathan Fielder Teams with ‘Uncut Gems’ Directors for Showtime Comedy Series

In the wake of last year’s anxiety-inducing, Adam Sandler gambling thriller Uncut Gems and their short film Goldman v Silverman, co-writers/directors Josh and Benny Safdie (aka the Safdie Brothers) still haven’t officially lined up their next movie. But a new report says the directing duo will soon head to television, because they’re teaming up with Nathan For You‘s Nathan Fielder for a new half-hour Showtime comedy called The Curse. Get the details below. According to Deadline, Showtime has...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Casting, America, Showtime, Kaitlin Olson, Christopher Walken, Goldman, Sacha Baron Cohen, Adam Sandler, Hgtv, Josh, Will Forte, Benny, Silverman


Martin McDonagh’s Next Movie is Titled ‘The Banshees Of Inisheer,’ Will Reunite His ‘In Bruges’ Stars

Three years after he shook up Hollywood and swept Oscar season with his 2017 hit Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, director Martin McDonagh is heading back home for his next film. In more ways than one: The British-Irish director’s next film, which will take place in his native Ireland, will reunite McDonagh with his In Bruges stars Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson. The film will follow two lifelong friends in Ireland whose friendship comes to an abrupt halt. Variety reports that M...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Ireland, Oscar, Colin-Farrell, Fox Searchlight, Brendan-Gleeson, Bruges, Martin Mcdonagh, Variety, Farrell, McDonagh, Graham Broadbent, Gleeson


‘Gremlins’ Director Joe Dante Will Consult on HBO Max’s Animated ‘Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai’ Series

Gremlins and Gremlins 2: The New Batch director Joe Dante is feeding fans of the furry creatures with the confirmation that he will be consulting on the upcoming HBO Max animated prequel series, Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai. The filmmaker revealed to what degree he will be consulting on the series, which is set in 1920s Shanghai and will follow Mr. Wing, the shopkeeper from the first movie, as he first discovers Gizmo the Mogwai. In an interview with Daily Dead, Joe Dante, who directed th...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Television, Movies, Horror, China, Animation, Shanghai, Gremlins, Mogwai, Dante, Gizmo, Chun, Joe-Dante, Sam Register, Tze Chun


Red Band ‘Big Time Adolescence’ Trailer: Pete Davidson May Not Be the Best Role Model for a 16-Year Old Kid

After premiering at the Sundance Film Festival back in 2019, the indie coming of age comedy Big Time Adolescence starring Pete Davidson and Griffin Gluck is finally coming to select theaters and Hulu. It’s been a longer road than usual for the Sundance selected movie that received warm reviews early last year, but we’re glad it’s finally getting released next month. Watch the red band Big Time Adolescence trailer below. Big Time Adolescence Trailer Griffin Gluck plays Mo, a bright 16-y...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Netflix, Movie Trailers, Hulu, Pete Davidson, Independent, Academia, Sundance, Davidson, Mo, Griffin Gluck, Zeke, Jon Cryer, Big Time Adolescence, Jason Orley


Cool Stuff: Andy Fairhurst’s ‘Back to the Future’ Trilogy Print Set Goes Back in Time

There are countless art prints for Back to the Future out there in the world, many of them for the original movie that introduced us to Marty McFly, Doc Brown and the time traveling DeLorean. But as a fan of the  whole trilogy from director Robert Zemeckis, what I really like is when an artist creates a set of posters that represents the entire franchise with unifying imagery. Artist Andy Fairhurst has teamed up with Bottleneck Gallery for a new Back to the Future trilogy print set that satisfi...
Tags: Art, Comedy, Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Universal, Robert Zemeckis, Cool Stuff, Peabody, Old West, Marty McFly Doc Brown, Back-to-the-Future, Back to the Future Part II, Andy Fairhurst, Twin Pines Mall, Back to the Future Part III


Netflix Developing ‘Cocaine Hippos’, a Movie About What Happened to Drug Kingpin Pablo Escobar’s Zoo Animals

I don’t know about you, but when I see the words “cocaine” and “hippos” next to each other, I pay attention. And when the context is that a major company is developing a movie called Cocaine Hippos, I perk up even more. So Netflix certainly has my attention with its new upcoming comedy, which, oddly enough, is based on a true story. In the 1980s, notorious drug kingpin Pablo Escobar demanded that a group of exotic animals be brought in to populate the grounds of his estate as part of his own...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Casting, America, Colombia, Netflix, Paramount, True Story, Columbia, Escobar, Pablo Escobar, Fowler, Adam Goodman, Jermaine Fowler, Cocaine Hippos


‘Emma.’ Review: An Ultra-Stylish Jane Austen Adaptation as Sharp as Its Punctuation Mark

It’s often overlooked how adept a satirist Jane Austen was, with most adaptations of the English literary icon’s works favoring the swooning romances and feminist themes of her novels. But more than any other past adaptation, barring the wildly underrated and wildly funny Love & Friendship, Emma. captures that tongue-in-cheek and whip-smart tone of Austen’s work. “Emma Woodhouse: handsome, clever, and rich,” the film declares right at the outset, quoting Austen’s opening words of her 1815 no...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Romance, Features, Movie Reviews, Adaptation, Sharp, Jane Austen, Johnny Flynn, Connor, Bill Nighy, Miranda Hart, Elton, Harriet, Elizabeth, Flynn


What really crosses the line...

ok him being an Aquarius is actually the thing that crosses the line for me https://t.co/7jJoy77zFx— Rachel Sennott (@Rachel_Sennott) February 16, 2020 I found that because I loved this:POV: ur my phone and I’m on a conference call with 11 people pic.twitter.com/zkFnPFUcfK— Rachel Sennott (@Rachel_Sennott) February 16, 2020 [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Comedy, Law, Bloomberg, Conversation, Astrology, Ann Althouse, Rachel Sennott


Cool Stuff: Edible ‘Ghostbusters’ Stay Puft Marshmallow Man Is Here to Destroy Your Diet

Now that Valentine’s Day is finished, the next holiday that retail stores are getting ready to shove down your throat is Easter, the religious holiday that inexplicably results in endless amounts of candy, ranging from chocolate bunnies to jelly bean eggs. But this season the candy aisle will be getting a big dose of a certain marshmallow destructor from a beloved 1980s classic. In honor of the original Ghostbusters (and perhaps the forthcoming Ghostbusters: Afterlife), there’s a new edible Sta...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Ghostbusters, Cool Stuff, Valentine, Food/Drink


22/7 Brings the Idol Action to the Beach

Idol anime 22/7 may have popped up on the radar of avid anime aficionados as its latest broadcast features a surplus of perfect idol beauties frolicking on the beach, a staple of the genre that almost never fails to secure attention. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Anime, Beach, Idol, Oppai, Oshiri, Image Gallery, A-1 Pictures, Mizugi, 22/7


Taika Waititi and Jude Law May Collaborate on Hollywood Satire Series ‘The Auteur’ at Showtime

Writer/director Taika Waititi is coming off an Oscar win for Best Adapted Screenplay thanks to his sharp anti-hate, Nazi-centric satire Jojo Rabbit. Now there’s a chance the filmmaker may be teaming with Jude Law for a new satirical project at Showtime called The Auteur, a series aimed right at the heart of Hollywood and its eccentric filmmakers. The Hollywood Reporter has word on The Auteur comedy series being in the early stages of development at Showtime, so there’s no guarantee this proje...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Nazis, Showtime, Hitler, Jude-Law, Marvel Studios, Taika-Waititi, Waititi, Jojo Rabbit, The Auteur, Peter Warren Ghost Team, Showtime Pretty


Handling hecklers: Lessons from a comedian

Not every audience member who speaks out during a comedy show is a heckler. But there's a way to test the waters without upsetting your audience, says comedian Paul F. Tompkins.By engaging in a civil way with the person who spoke out, you either give them an opportunity to add more fun to the show, or they'll reveal their true colors.If the person ends up being a heckler after you've attempted including them in the conversation, the audience will be on your side when you shut that person down.
Tags: Comedy, Entertainment, Funny, Communication, Innovation, Humor, Speech, Humanity, Paul F Tompkins


Paul Feig on the ‘Last Christmas’ Twist, Playing With Genre, And How ‘Freaks and Geeks’ is the Template for ‘Dark Army’ [Interview]

Paul Feig was not happy that the internet guessed the twist in Last Christmas. But sometimes, in the words of the great George Michael, you gotta have faith. Of course, there was a chance that someone would guess the premise of Last Christmas, which takes its inspiration from the Wham! song of the same name, but that Feig was “not pleased” that audiences wouldn’t get the chance to be blown away as he was when he read Emma Thompson’s script. “I was just really emotional when I read it. It really...
Tags: Comedy, London, Movies, Romance, Interviews, Digital, Britain, Paul Feig, Emma Thompson, Kate, George Michael, Emilia Clarke, Brexit, Emma, Emily, Feig


Princess Connect! Re:Dive Anime PV Adventurously Adorable

Yet another Cygames property has an anime on the way as a PV for Princess Connect! Re:Dive has acquainted watchers with some of its mesmerizing girls and familiarized them with a generic fantasy world setting that most will no doubt recognize. The anime is based on the smartphone JRPG of the same name, where the […]
Tags: Comedy, Anime, PV, Adaptations, Kemonomimi, Cygames, Cygames Pictures, Princess Connect! Re:Dive


Lana Condor Teases the Third and Final ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Film

What happens after happily ever after? A lot of growing up, according to To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You star Lana Condor. The naive protagonist of the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before will write her final letter with To All the Boys 3, which has already wrapped filming, according to Condor. But after all the rom-com shenanigans that Lara Jean Covey and Peter Kavinsky went through in the past two films, where does that leave them in the third and final To All the Boys film? Condor tease...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Romance, Teen, Netflix, Sequels, Condor, Peter, Lana Condor, Jenny Han, Lara Jean, To All The Boys I've Loved Before, Lara Jean Covey, Peter Kavinsky, John Ambrose, John Ambrose Jordan Fisher


Nekopara Fiercely Competes in a Sexy Manner

Nekopara has assumed an atmosphere of adorable competitiveness as all the sweet cat girls swap their waitress outfits for athletic attire, leading to all sorts of invigorating events as the show focuses on the relationship between best girl Coconut and her onee-chan Azuki. Omake:
Tags: Comedy, Anime, Bathing, Bloomers, Moe, Oshiri, Image Gallery, Adaptations, Nekomimi, Waitress, Nekopara, Felix Film


Serial Killer Comedy Series Starring Krysten Ritter Sparks Bidding War

Now that Marvel’s Jessica Jones has come to an end, star Krysten Ritter is looking to get back to work with a new TV series – and her new character sounds like it’ll be a far cry from a hard-drinking private detective. Ritter is teaming back up with Don’t Trust the B- in Apartment 23 creator/showrunner Nahnatchka Khan for an untitled comedy in which Ritter will play…a serial killer. Deadline reports that a bidding war has heated up between Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, FX, and HBO Max for the new s...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Television, Movies, Abc, Kentucky, Fbi, Adaptation, Khan, Denver, Jessica Jones, Krysten Ritter, Don, Ritter, Orson, Nahnatchka Khan


‘Hunters’ Red Band Trailer Lets Al Pacino Curse at Nazis

Amazon Prime Video has released a new trailer for the Jordan Peele-produced series Hunters, and it finally lets Al Pacino curse at Nazis. The alt-history series follows a team of Nazi hunters living in New York in the 1970s who are on a mission to uncover the hundreds of high-ranking Nazis hiding out in the U.S. Watch the new red band Hunters trailer below. Red Band Hunters Trailer When you’ve got a stylish, hyperviolent alt-history series about a bunch of Jewish vigilantes who hunt dow...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, New York, Movies, Drama, Nazis, New York City, Nazi, Al-Pacino, Hunters, Amazon Prime Video, Jordan Peele, Pacino, Action/Adventure, TV Trailer, Nikki Toscano Alfonso Gomez Rejon


Netflix Offers ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ For Free to Seduce New Subscribers

Netflix is practicing the art of seduction ahead of Valentine’s Day. The streaming giant is courting new subscribers by making one of its biggest hits of 2018, the teen rom-com sensation To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, available to watch for free for non-subscribers. It’s part of a strategy to lure in new subscribers who want to watch the equally gushing sequel To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, which debuted on Netflix yesterday. The power of Peter Kavinsky and his dreamy eyes compe...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Movies, Romance, US, Colombia, Teen, Netflix, Canada, Cbs, Peacock, India Mexico, Lana Condor, Disney Apple, Noah Centineo, To All The Boys I've Loved Before


‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’ Trailer: Dev Patel Does Dickens for the Creator of ‘Veep’

The Personal History of David Copperfield is an utter delight from beginning to end, and soon, more audiences will get to see that for themselves. Hailing from Veep creator Armando Iannucci, this funny, charming, inventive film takes an almost slapstick approach to the work of Charles Dickens, resulting in something special. Watch The Personal History of David Copperfield trailer below. The Personal History of David Copperfield Trailer  Taking a colorblind casting approach and leaning h...
Tags: Hbo, Comedy, Movies, David, Adaptation, Charles Dickens, Armando Iannucci, Movie Trailers, Dev Patel, Stalin, Victorian England, Don, Dickens, Patel, David Copperfield, Simon Blackwell


WATCH: Trailer for Pete Davidson’s Netflix special is all about the gays

Pete Davidson finally got his own Netflix comedy special and the trailer is very gay-focused. We have to assume Davidson tackles subjects other than his gay friends over the course of the show, but you sure wouldn’t know it by watching the minute-long promo. Related: Pete Davidson says he used to pleasure himself to Leonardo DiCaprio AdBridg.cmd.push(function() { AdBridg.display("div-gpt-ad-inarticle1"); }); Alive From New York will premiere February 25 on the streaming service, but you can ...
Tags: Comedy, New York, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Netflix, Pete Davidson, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Davidson, Leonardo DiCaprio AdBridg


When the Wisconsinite Reince Priebus was Chief of Staff, Trump would question him about the Wisconsin animal, the badger: "Are they mean to people? Or are they friendly creatures?"

According to "Trump repeatedly asked Reince Priebus if Wisconsin badgers are 'mean to people,' how they 'work,' and what they eat..."  at Business Insider, quoting from a new book, "Sinking in the Swamp: How Trump's Minions and Misfits Poisoned Washington."Which makes me wonder: Can badgers swim in a swamp or do they sink?The book is written by Daily Beast reporters Lachlan Markay and Asawin Suebsaeng, and that makes me wonder, does a daily beast sink in a swamp, and what would happen if a badge...
Tags: Comedy, Law, Washington, White House, Afghanistan, Wisconsin, Reince Priebus, Trump, Badgers, Squirrel, Lachlan Markay, Priebus, Asawin Suebsaeng, Ann Althouse, Trump rhetoric


Pedro Almodóvar’s First English-Language Project is a Short Film Starring Tilda Swinton

The power of Tilda Swinton can convince many an international director to make the foray into English-language features. Swinton has partnered with Bong Joon-ho and Luca Guadagnino in English-language projects, and now she has worked her ethereal magic on Pedro Almodóvar, who will make his first English-language project in his 46-year career with a short film starring the actress and a dog. The Pain and Glory director is preparing to make his first English-language feature following the short f...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Drama, Adaptation, Pedro Almodóvar, Tilda-Swinton, Madrid, Antonio Banderas, Alice Munro, Bong Joon, Luca Guadagnino, Almodóvar, Julieta, Swinton, Lucia Berlin, Short Films


Zachary Levi Will Rock Out with Cole Sprouse in ‘Undercover’

Zachary Levi went from being a nerdy spy in Chuck to a kid-turned-superhero in Shazam!, and now he’s about to become an aging rocker desperate for a paycheck. Undercover is a new music-driven family comedy from Lionsgate and Mandeville Films that will have Zachary Levi joining a wedding cover band led by Riverdale star Cole Sprouse, one-half of the twin brothers (now grown up) who starred in Big Daddy with Adam Sandler. View this post on Instagram ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Lionsgate, Casting, Disney, Musical, Jack, Levi, Adam Sandler, Undercover, Shazam, John Cusack, Cole Sprouse, Tony, Ben, Zachary


‘Pete Davidson: Alive from New York’ Trailer: The ‘SNL’ Cast Member Brings His Stand-Up Comedy to Netflix

We’re going to see even more of Pete Davidson than usual this year. On top of popping up in sketches on Saturday Night Live, the comedian will also be starring in The King of Staten Island, a movie inspired by his own life and directed by Judd Apatow. Plus, he has a supporting role in The Big Lebowski spin-off The Jesus Rolls, and the 2019 Sundance Film Festival movie Big Time Adolescence is slated to be released by Hulu/NEON in March. But we’ll get more of Pete Davidson before that thanks to h...
Tags: Comedy, New York, Television, Movies, Netflix, Hulu, Staten Island, Judd Apatow, Pete Davidson, Davidson, TV Trailer, Pete Davidson: Alive in New York


Rick Moranis Returning for ‘Honey, I Shrunk the Kids’ Sequel Starring Josh Gad

In what has the potential to be the most exciting news of the week, the mostly retired Rick Moranis has been confirmed to reprise his role as inventor Wayne Szalinski in Shrunk, the forthcoming legacy sequel to Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. Deadline has confirmed news of Rick Moranis returning for Honey, I Shrunk the Kids sequel Shrunk, which we exclusively revealed was in the works back in May of last year. The DisInsider was actually the first to have the scoop on this exciting casting develop...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Casting, Sci-fi, Disney, Sequels, Diane, Joe Johnson, Josh-Gad, Rick Moranis, Moranis, Marcia Strassman, Disney/Pixar, David Hoberman, Todd Lieberman, Todd Rosenberg


‘The Simpsons’ Executive Producer Matt Selman Teases the Show’s Upcoming Marvel Episode [Interview]

Every Television Critics Association press tour, we catch up with  The Simpsons showrunner Al Jean. January’s TCA was no exception, and we’ll bring you that interview soon enough. But this time, Jean brought executive producer Matt Selman with him.  Disney acquired The Simpsons in its acquisition of 20th Century Fox. Since November 12, every Simpsons episode is available on Disney+. Streaming gave Selman some more ideas to maximize content and he has some ideas about enhanced Simpso...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Interviews, Disney, America, Features, Animation, Pixar, Taran Killam, Cobie Smulders, Bart, Tca, Tim, Morty, Rick