We all love The New Yorker's sometimes funny, often obtuse, impossibly refined cartoons, don't we? But it has always seemed that they were missing something: The human touch.
The staff at Late Night with Seth Meyers looked to add that missing element in a bit this week that looked to break the magazine's famous cartoons out of their one-panel shells and make them full-on stage productions featuring the Late Night Players. Check out a video of the piece, which includes commentary from the man who picks the cartoons himself, New Yorker editor David Remnick.
One part Venture Bros. and one part The Incredibles, Saturday Night Live alum and soon-to-be Late Night host Seth Meyers, along with co-creator Mike Shoemaker, debuted their new animated superhero sitcom, The Awesomes, on Hulu today, and you can watch both parts of the pilot episode right here!
We've poked our share of fun at the $65+ million Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark forits music, costumes, content and delays, but when it comes to satirizing the show's growing list of injuries, this past weekend's Saturday Night Live beat us to the punch. It's probably for the best considering aerialist Kevin Aubin's broken wrists, another actor's broken foot and
"Saturday Night Live's" Bill Hader has had a busy summer. When he's not shooting lasers out of cats or co-writing Spider-Man specials with co-star Seth Meyers, Hader's voicing the lead in Judi Barret's children's book adaptation "Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs" and developing new comic book ideas
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