While the world recovers from whatever it was that transpired at the White House on Thursday, Kanye West's friend Dave Chappelle gives a little insight into his longtime friend's controversial support for Donald Trump.
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Ahead of the show's Nov. 5 return, Reedus shares stories of his son Mingus's chess skills and that time he hung out with Dave Chappelle and Bill Murray.
After plugging his show, Chappelle decided to join in the “Tonight Show” fun. The Roots had been doing a recurring bit in which they sing songs about the audience members.
After urging people to give President Trump a chance when he hosted SNL six months ago, Dave Chappelle has seen enough in these 100-plus days.
The first thing you notice about Louis C.K. as he takes the stage for his new Netflix stand-up comedy special, '2017,' is that he’s wearing a suit and tie.
Dave Chappelle is all about making people laugh again. Dave Chappelle is back and is as unapologetic as ever. With two new specials streaming on Netflix, the former Chappelle’s Show star is front and center again in the comedy world after an elusive 10 years.
Last night, some of comedy’s heavy hitters made a surprise appearance at New York City’s Comedy Cellar. Amy Schumer, Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle, and Aziz Ansari took the stage. Jon Laster, who was part of the lineup, revealed some behind-the-scenes details.
Dave Chappelle is headed to Netflix. The stand-up comic has set three new stand-up comedy specials at the streaming giant, it was announced Monday. Chappelle and director Stan Lathan will produce an original stand-up comedy special exclusively for Netflix, with its premiere date to be announced.
Having contributed to the “Oh, Donald Trump, he’s such a funny fellow” atmosphere that helped get the Republican nominee elected, Saturday Night Live tried to apologize to America this past weekend. The show commenced with Kate McKinnon as Hillary Clinton, sitting at a piano, singing Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah,” simultaneously a salute to the singer-songwriter who died last week, and turning the song into a dirge for America’s future. Nowhere to be seen: Alec Baldwin’s Trump impersonation. ...
Star Trek Beyond has a large and impressive cast already, but with more sequels comes the opportunity for new cast members. “Morgan Freeman as the voice of God?” Chris Pine suggested. When his co-star Zachary Quinto pointed out that Freeman’s been there and done that, Pine offered, “Maybe the GPS device on the Enterprise? ‘Turn left on the second star.’” Then to mix things he up, he suggested Marlon Brando from The Island of Dr. Moreau.