President Obama’s “Anger Translator” Returns to Cathartically Mock GOP Trumpcare Failure With Stephen Colbert
The republican effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act fell apart yesterday when it was too cruel for some Republican members of the Senate and not cruel enough for others. Naturally, as the ACA was President Obama's signature piece of legislation—one Republicans gleefully attached his name to and made it their mission to erase—he has some thoughts that can only be expressed through Keegan-Michael Key's brilliant anger translator character.Read More
Previews are set to start June 20th, and the play is set to run from July 13th to September 3rd, which Deadline notes is a long run for the Public.Read More
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I haven't been paying much attention to news about The Predator, so imagine my surprise when I see This Is Us star Sterling K. Brown pop up in a cast photo.Read More
Always the comedian, Carrie Fisher must've requested that she be laid to rest in an urn shaped like a Prozac tablet, because that's what her family did for her.Read More
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele Do Some Spot-on Translating for Obama’s Presidential Transition Politeness
This is how we'll all remember Obama's recent speeches.
For reasons we intellectually know but are still adjusting to understanding, we're soon going to have to say goodbye to President Barack Obama—at least as the leader of our nation. (He can remain Dad-in-Chief as long as he likes.) So, here are Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele on The Daily Show to do a little translating for President Obama, who's been a bit reserved while a man who disrespected him for years now needs his help succeeding his presidency.Read More
[VIDEO] TMS Interviews the SuperMansion Cast About Santa’s Existential Crisis and Jordan Peele’s Get Out
As part of our New York Comic-Con coverage, I hit up some of the SuperMansion cast and crew to talk about their upcoming special, "SuperMansion: The War on Christmas" which centers on Santa Claus experiencing an existential crisis after realizing he'd have to deliver so many presents in one night. We also discussed the show's interesting character names and I even got to ask Keegan-Michael Key his thoughts on Jordan Peele's horror film, Get Out.Read More
Mr. Higgabonton Crumplier III. Fluffytail Whiskerface. Tuna Catserol.
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele helped promote cat adoption, giving a few shelter cats at Tree House Humane Society some excellently chosen names.Read More
I try not to say this too lightly, but I truly believe that if any one of us were put under the excruciatingly awkward spotlight of a Kiss Cam, and we had food with us, we would all be this woman double-fisting slices of pizza like there was no tomorrow.Read More
After commentating on the Super Bowl all evening with live improvisations, Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key headed over to The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to revisit one of their classic sketches: the tale of McCringleberry.Read More
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are debuting two new characters to perform live sports commentary for the Super Bowl on Sunday.Read More
It's a red band trailer, so... NSFW language.
A new red band trailer just dropped for Key and Peele's latest project, Keanu: a bloody action movie about them rescuing a kidnapped kitten.Read More
Kelsey Grammer voices Hunter, who you see in the announcement trailer, but the film follows Andy Samberg as the top delivery stork, Junior. Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are also on the cast.Read More
Wendell and Wild will be about two demon brother who face their nemesis, the nun Sister Helly and her two goth teens acolytes, Kat and Raoul.Read More
Just as a lot of people seemed to find out how incredibly rad Key & Peele are, they've gone ahead and announced that this upcoming fifth season of their hit show will be their last.Read More
"It's the worst thing ever ALL THE TIME!"
We've talked about female comedians like Broad City's Ilana Glazer and Abbi Jacobson, or Amy Schumer with relation to feminism, but it isn't only lady comics looking to make the world a more equal, feminist place. Keegan Michael Key and Jordan Peele of the eponymous Key & Peele have been doing feminist and LGBT-inclusive comedy for years, and they recently released three additional sketches that get feminism down, and give me hope for the future of comedy.Read More