Lost in New York? The streets are numbered! How’d you get lost in New York? I know it’s kind of stupid to complain about a movie that came out seventeen years ago, but I wasn’t a comedian back then. So I have to do it now. I wish I’d been. I wish I’d been a def jam comic when [Home Alone 2: Lost in New York] came out. I would’ve torn it to pieces!
'Mulaney' star and executive producer John Mulaney, executive producer Jon Pollack, and stars Seaton Smith and Nasim Pedrad participate in the advance screening and panel Q&A at the ATX Television Festival at the Alamo Drafthouse Ritz in Austin, Texas on June 8.
On a Good Friday evening at Long Island’s Westbury Theater, John Mulaney delivers the benediction (“Peace be with you”) to his faithful congregation, eliciting a few laughs and a smattering of “And also with you’s.” At 31 he still resembles an altar boy, but the Chicago native knows his way around a dichotomy…
Great article by John Walters at Newsweek! I’ve included the rest of the article under the cut because you can only access the Newsweek website a certain number of times if you’re not a subscriber. It includes interviews with John, Seth Meyers, his good friend John O’Brien, and his parents. It also discusses his new show!
NOTE: if you’re like me and are particular about these kinds of things, there are numerous spoilers for his newer, unreleased stand-up material so please read at your own risk :)
Gil Faizon (Nick Kroll) and George St. Geegland (John Mulaney) improv a scene with Lizzy Caplan
I could have watched another 4 hours of Ice-T just naming examples…