“I’m interested in the conversation about if we’re allowed to laugh at people who’ve made mistakes,” the creator and star of HBO’s Crashing says.
Judd Apatow talks about his three decades of interviews with comedians, compiled in the new book Sick in the Head.
Revisiting the take-no-prisoners TV criticism of Lee Sandlin
Comedian Amy Schumer brings her jokes on STDs and uncircumcised penises to the Auditorium Theatre on Saturday, March 28.
Highlights from the filmography of actor Cary Grant
The director of Prince Avalanche expounds on his creative process, what makes him laugh, and the influence of Super Mario Brothers on his new film.
Top five film rediscoveries
This Is the End is the latest mainstream comedy to take a casual attitude toward getting high.
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is D’Angelo’s sensual stunner “Send It On,” from his acclaimed album Voodoo
Presents opened? Christmas dinner consumed? Looking for something to do?
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue
What’s on the Agenda for Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Death of a cowboy: Where have all the male role models gone?
I finally had a chance to sit down with Cinema Scope magazine’s 50th issue
Considering the similarities between Chinese actor-director Jiang Wen (whose Let the Bullets Fly just opened in Chicago) and the great Billy Wilder