The South by Southwest film festival celebrated its 25th edition with laughs from “Blockers,” scares from “A Quiet Place” and the return of Tracy Morgan.
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Just a few years after a car crash left him with a severe brain injury, Mr. Morgan is back with “The Last O.G.,” a new comedy about second chances.
The South by Southwest film festival announced its features lineup. Here are 5 titles among the film and television entries that stand out.
This misfire from Dito Montiel mashes limp romance and artless satire in a tale of bottom-feeding Hollywood actors.
On the wings of his Netflix comedy special, “Staying Alive,” Mr. Morgan closes a stint at the comedy club with more of his near-death experience quipping.
TBS gave the single-camera show, about a man returning to Brooklyn after 15 years in prison, a straight-to-series order.
The “30 Rock” star is among the festival’s headliners, which include Marc Maron and Tig Notaro.
Two years after his accident, Mr. Morgan reflects on returning to television and his Emmy nomination.
The yet unnamed pilot that will be written by Jordan Peele and John Carcieri.
He will appear on October 17.