Paul Giamatti and Kathryn Hahn Are Peak Paul Giamatti and Kathryn Hahn in “Private Life” Trailer
Over their extensive filmographies, both Paul Giamatti and Kathryn Hahn have played a plethora of complex characters while still managing to leave an indelible stamp on every role. Whether it be Sideways, Billions, Transparent, or I Love Dick, Giamatti and Hahn have a knack for playing people that are doing their best in spite of their circumstances.
Private Life, an upcoming film that pairs these two together, provides a big canvas for them to show off and it sure looks like they show off exquistely. Also, it’ll be the latest offering from writer/director Tamara Jenkins, who also wrote and directed one of our favorite dark comedy/dramas, The Savages.
Get a taste of what’s to come in this trailer, then look for Private Life to begin streaming on Netflix starting October 5th.
Watch Trailer for Dark, Yet Colorful Comedy Thriller “Flower”
Equal parts coming-of-age story and thriller involving an alleged sex criminal, Flower not only seems like a timely movie for this year, but yet another welcome work that is co-written by Matt Spicer (co-writer/director of Ingrid Goes West) and a film that also appears to be a breakout role for Zoey Deutch.
See for yourself in the trailer.
Flower has a limited theatrical release scheduled for Mar. 16th.
Watch THR’s Latest Full Roundtable Comedy Actress/Actor Discussions
The Hollywood Reporter always does a great job with these big roundtable discussions and this go around is no different.
They did probably more than an hour of discussion that was only slightly cut down between Kathryn Hahn, Issa Rae, Pamela Adlon, Emmy Rossum, Minnie Driver, and America Ferrera, for the comedy actresses, and William H. Macy, Kumail Nanjiani, Anthony Anderson, Ted Danson, Kevin Bacon, and Brian Tyree Henry, for the comedy actors.
It’s fascinating conversation that spans the current deconstruction of inherent expectations within female roles all the way to Kevin Bacon’s feeling on Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon.
“I Love Dick” and Season 2 of “Master of None” Start Streaming Today
The award winning Master of None and Jill Soloway return to their respective streaming services, Netflix and Amazon Prime, to debut a second season and a new series, I Love Dick.
With that said, what a great time it is for “peak TV” and we hope that you’ve got a lot of free time this weekend.
Jill Soloway’s new Amazon series I Love Dick will be screening in its entirety at Cinefamily this Sunday. Also, Jill, star Kathryn Hahn, and novelist Chris Kraus will be on hand at the event.
The screening is free, but first come, first served with priority entry to Cinefamily Black Card members.
If you don’t have Amazon Prime, this would be a pretty great opportunity to not even use any sort of free trial of Amazon Prime and watch the show. Get more details here.
The rest of our listings for comedy shows, events, open mics, and maps can be found at www.thecomedybureau.com.
Watch Trailer for Jill Soloway’s New Series “I Love Dick”
This new show follows the new found obsession of a married woman played by Kathryn Hahn of Kevin Bacon who plays an alluring, but mysterious professor that her and her husband, played by Griffin Dunne, come to study with.
From this trailer, you can see that Soloway has honed a signature style of cinematic dramedy.
Look for I Love Dick to start streaming on Amazon Prime on Friday, May 12th.
Amazon Pilots for Jean Claude Van Johnson, I Love Dick, and The Tick Are Now Streaming
The latest round of Amazon’s comedy pilots up for voting are here.
You can watch Jean-Claude Van Damme go undercover as field agent version of himself, Peter Serafinowicz as a live action version of The Tick, and Kathryn Hahn starring in another Jill Soloway directed dramedy and vote on which should go to series.
Start streaming Jean-Claude Van Johnson, I Love Dick, and The Tick here.
Transparent Season 3 Trailer Is Here
Transparent, seemingly one of the crown jewels of Amazon’s programming line-up, is about to get into its third season after its first two were groundbreaking, accolade-filled, and awards-decorated.
The trailer for season 3 shows no signs of slowing down in Jill Soloway’s that expertly paints with all the colors and simultaneously putting a lens on changing the idea of what gender and sexuality can be.
Look for the season 3 of Transparent to start streaming on Amazon Prime on Friday, September 23rd.
Here’s a Full Trailer for Season 2 of “Transparent”
Watch the trailer here and you’ll know what we’re saying. Look for its release on Amazon on Dec. 11th.
The Season 2 Teaser of “Transparent” Assures That You That Things Still Won’t Be Easy for The Pfeffermans
Transparent got so many accolades and honors on top of it being a culturally groundbreaking in its first season that it seems like it has many more seasons under its belt.
Yet, Jill Soloway’s brilliant Transparent is set to stream its second season on Amazon on Fri. Dec. 11th.
If this teaser is any indication, the series will pick up right where they left off.
Watch Profiles of Jen Kirkman, Paul F. Tompkins, Beth Stelling, Zach Woods, Chris Garcia, Kurt Braunohler, Tony Hale, Kathryn Hahn, and Way More From “Last Call With Carson Daly”
Basically, there has been a bevy of great profile interviews from the 2015 episodes of Last Call with Carson Daly.
Watch profile/interviews of such good comedy folks including
Pete Holmes and Rob Bell
Paul F. Tompkins
If you’ve somehow ran out of stuff to binge watch this Memorial Day Weekend or just in general, these interviews should be the perfect thing to watch next.
Showtime’s “Happyish” To Follow Middle Aged Ad Man That’s Not Don Draper
The Hollywood Reporter chatted with the cast of Showtime’s upcoming Happyish which gave a little more insight into the show and how it might be, according to star Steve Coogan, an “…antidote to Mad Men…”
We got a brief glimpse of Happyish with the trailer posted over a month ago, but the specific plot details were a little fuzzy.
The cast made the story all the clearer in this THR interview as Coogan plays Thom Payne, middle-aged man working at an ad agency that apparently is going to confront many of the questions that Mad Men posed in the era, but answer them with more present day morality in mind. Kathryn Hahn who has been on a role over the last couple of years including arcs on Transparent and Parks and Recreation, is the wife of Thom that won’t be like Sally or Betty either as their marriage will be focal point for keeping things together on the show.
On top of all of that, they’ll be taking on real brands like Dora The Explorer, etc. and serving them up satirically.
Now that’s all cleared up, we’ll be looking forward to the premiere on Apr. 26th on Showtime at 9:30PM.