The wry Mr. Mull talks about his latest sitcom, “The Cool Kids”; growing old; “Roseanne”; and the current state of Hollywood.
Peter Bogdanovich’s documentary is an affectionate and informative tribute to Buster Keaton, one of the silent era’s great innovators.
The comic, who admitted to sexual misconduct, returned to the Comedy Cellar, where a new policy lets uncomfortable customers leave, their check picked up by the club.
A new box set makes the case that the pioneering female stand-up should be considered in the same class as David Letterman and Andy Kaufman.
Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie: Since 1989, they haven’t aged a day. But they have evolved, as the culture has with them.
Banksy, Gus Van Sant, Martin Mull and “Hook” — the eclectic collection of Robin and Marsha Williams goes on the auction block at Sotheby’s.
Adding to the booming genre of comedian documentaries, this film is an affectionate portrait of one of the first major stars of “Saturday Night Live.”
Visitors expecting gags, pranks, and laugh-out-loud moments at the exhibition in South London are more likely to leave scratching their heads.
Artists and stand-up comics may both be performers, but not everything on display at the home of Caroline Hirsch (of comedy club fame) has a punch line.