The Kids In The Hall trailer teases classic characters
The kings of comedy are back!
The trailer for the long-awaited “The Kids in the Hall” revival has dropped, and it’s a trip down memory lane.
It’s been 27 years since the sketch comedy starring Dave Foley, Bruce McCulloch, Kevin McDonald, Mark McKinney, and Scott Thompson went off the air.
The final scene saw the troup buried in a grave marked “The Kids in the Hall TV Show,” 1989 to 1995.
The newly released trailer shows them waking up from the grave and reviving their classic characters and a few new ones.
It’s not the first time the groups reunited for a project.
In 1996 they released the comedy “Brain Candy” and reunited in 2010 for a mini-series, “The Kids in the Hall: Death Comes to Town.”
All new eight episodes premiere on Prime Video on May 13.
In addition to the revival, a two-part documentary titled “The Kids in the Hall: Comedy Punks” talks about the show’s influence on future comedians.
The documentary premieres on May 20.
Pamela Anderson rocks it as Roxie Hart in “Chicago”
Pamela Anderson got a standing ovation during her Broadway debut.
The actress plays Roxie Hart, a murderous adulteress in the musical “Chicago.”
Anderson opened her eight-week run to a large crowd at NYC’s Ambassador Theatre while her sons, Dylan Jagger Lee and Brandon Thomas Lee, cheered her on.
The audience loves her, and so do the critics.
New York Post critic Johnny Oleksinski wrote, “I can now attest that the actress and “Baywatch” babe moves confidently, carries a tune and, you know, all that jazz.
The review says that “Anderson sings her big solos just fine. She won’t be headlining Carnegie Hall in September, OK, but she acts the songs with vulnerability and a hint of Marilyn Monroe flirting and hits all the notes.
Watch the star receiver her applause and bouquet of roses.
Heidi Montag promotes “single use” jeans
Former “The Hills” star Heidi Montag is making waves by promoting ‘S1INGLES’, one-time use jeans.
People are a bit baffled and wondering if this is a publicity stunt.
The company that makes the denim claims you can wear the pants and toss them after one wear, and it’s okay because they’re made out of special cotton and recycled plastic.
The social media world is grilling Montag and the company while others wait for a giant “fooled ya” statement to be released shortly.