Director Liesl Tommy and stars Jennifer Hudson, Marlon Wayans, Marc Maron and Audra McDonald talk about the Aretha Franklin biopic "Respect."
Dream team Sofia Coppola and Bill Murray reunite for the filmmaker's newest feature, and add Rashida Jones into their frisky comedy.
The actor and writer revealed that his mother, Elvira, has died.
HBO Max has signed an overall deal with Marlon Wayans that will see the comedian and actor star in a semi-autobiographical comedy, “Book of Marlon.”Additionally, Wayans will produce an hour-long stand-up special and host a “multi-act” special. HBO Max will also have a first look deal at his scripted and unscripted projects.“Marlon is a ‘triple threat’ with an impressive resume that speaks to his acting talent and comedy prowess” said Suzanna Makkos, executive vice president of original comedy and animation for HBO Max. “We are thrilled to have his unique voice and comedic vision join our growing family of creators.”Also Read: 'Gone With the Wind' Back on HBO Max With Disclaimer Film Ignores 'Horrors of Slavery'“Book of Marlon” is co-created with Wayan’s longtime producing partner Rick Alvarez. It stars Wayans as a fictionalized version of himself as he attempts to reconcile being a good person and father with…being Marlon.“I’m excited to be in business with HBO Max. Rick and I have had a lot of success in the streaming space and are excited to work with a company that is equally excited to work with us” said Wayans. “We look forward to helping both brands grow rapidly and internationally. HBO Max is a great place to continue our mission of putting smiles on people’s faces.”Wayans and Ugly Baby are repped by 3 Arts, WME and Lawrence Kopeikin and Kevin Yorn of Morris Yorn.Read original story Marlon Wayans to Star in HBO Max Comedy ‘Book of Marlon’ as Part of Overall Deal At TheWrap
It’s impossible. Batman Forever is currently streaming on HBO Max. After a two-movie delay, Robin finally joined Batman’s side in Batman Forever, but with Chris O’Donnell instead of Wayans in the red-and-green outfit.
On "America’s Got Talent," NFL player and magician Jon Dorenbos stopped by to perform a little street magic, and he wowed Marlon Wayans with a particularly lucrative trick.
The series debut of NBC’s comedy “Marlon” scored the second most-watched new summer comedy premiere on the Big 4 broadcast networks in 10 years, according to Nielsen overnight data.
Brie Larson had to give Jimmy Fallon an insect anatomy lesson and teach him how to draw during "VR Pictionary."
A parody should be funnier than the film it’s sending up, but Fifty Shades of Black, a quick-and-dirty riff on last year’s S&M romance Fifty Shades of Grey, falls a laugh or two short of even that low standard
On Watch What Happens Live, Marlon Wayans opened with a shout out to old pal and Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kenya Moore. “I wanna say Happy Birthday, Kenya Moore. They should make it a national holiday, only in Atlanta, the ratchet parts.” Cohen called him out on his shady statement, but Wayans revealed that they actually go way back. The two shared a steamy scene in the 1998 movie Senseless, and from his chat with Andy, he hasn’t forgotten about it. “Yeah, we made out and everything. It was an awesome scene. ...
Fifty Shades of Grey has achieved a Hollywood-blockbuster rite of passage: its very own parody film. We present the first trailer for Fifty Shades of Black. Yahoo Movies spoke with lead sadist actor Marlon Wayans, also a co-writer, who said he cranked out the script for his comedy within two months of the sexed-up film’s realease. “They kept the Fifty Shades script so under wraps that I really couldn’t finish my script until the first movie came out,” said Wayans, adding that Fifty Shades of Grey lends itself to a comedic treatment due to its slow pacing and dark characters. Watching the trailer, it quickly becomes clear Fifty Shades of Grey isn’t the only cultural phenomenon targeted by Wayans.