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'King Jack,' 'TransFatty Lives' Win Audience Awards at 2015 Tribeca Festival

Narrative feature “King Jack” and documentary “TransFatty Lives” picked up the top audience awards at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival. Jason Sudeikis and Alison Brie comedy “Sleeping With Other People” and doc “Song of Lahore” were named runners-up for the honors, recipients of which were named at the wrap party of the festival April 25. 161 more words

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'Sleeping With Other People' - a comedy that balances romance and cynicism

The Daily Quirk caught up with the stars of Sleeping with Other People at Tribeca Film Festival. The movie tells the story of Lainey (Alison Brie) and Jake (Jason Sudeikis) who are both giant failures when it comes to romantic relationships. 406 more words

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We're The Millers

I love this film so much. It’s so funny from start to finish. A small time drug dealer forms a fake family in order to smuggle drugs back into the Country for his boss. 158 more words

Comedies

Classic SNL Season 32 Episode 2: Jaime Pressly

The host for this episode was Jaime Pressly, one of the stars of My Name Is Earl, which was one of NBC’s flagship comedies at the time. 311 more words

Saturday Night Live

Film Review: Horrible Bosses 2

I thoroughly enjoyed Sean Anders’ Horrible Bosses when it first made it on to our screens. It was funny, somewhat relatable and hugely entertaining.  So, when the sequel was released, I knew I had to watch it. 401 more words

Film & TV

Jason Sudeikis Admits He Still Hasn't Gotten Closure From 'SNL'

Jason Sudeikis, who is starring in a movie called Tumbledown with Rebecca Hall soon, gave an interview with Salon this week about the film, and how… 584 more words

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VIDEO: Jason Sudeikis discusses 'Tumbledown' on The Tribeca Red Carpet

In Sean Mewshaw and Desi Van Til’s comedic love story Tumbledown, Jason Sudeikis stars as brash New York reporter Andrew, who travels to a small Maine town to look into the mysterious death of a folksinger named Hunter for a biography he’s writing. 331 more words

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