A feature documentary with a lineup of comedians including Jerry Seinfeld, Jay Leno, Don Rickles, Billy Crystal, Bill Maher, Jon Stewart and Ray Romano examines the life and legend of Robert Klein. Starz announced today that “Robert Klein Still Can’t...
Billy Crystal, Robert De Niro, Amy Poehler, and Martin Scorsese will be among the first guests for 'Dinner With Don.' read more
Whenever Pixar Animation has a strong desire for an actor to lend their voice to a certain character, they like to take dialogue from one of their performances and create animation to illustrate what the character would be like with their voice. Show More Summary
Luckily he ended up voicing Mike Wazowski instead.
Pixar originally wanted Billy Crystal to voice Buzz Lightyear in its first feature, 1995’s Toy Story (Crystal turned it down and the part went to Tim Allen). The animation studio went so far as to put some When Harry Met Sally dialogue...Show More Summary
The best picture Oscar blunder prompted snickering from Ryan Gosling and a cascade of politically tinged jokes on Twitter, with some even declaring Hillary Clinton the winner. Billy Crystal tweeted … Click to Continue »
Building a crystal radio isn’t exactly rocket science. Some people who build them go for pushing them technically as far as they can go. Others, like [Billy Cheung], go for style points. The modular radio and phone speaker looks like it came out of the movie Brazil. Show More Summary
Most award shows are bad. The Oscars are exceptionally bad. Each year, the Academy finds new ways to disappoint. It’s like the Super Bowl for the entertainment industry. But at least the Super Bowl has a higher percentage of people of color represented on screen. The Oscars are bad at...
Are there any crossovers you can think of that are less expected than Westworld and City Slickers? While you think about it, check out this hilarious video.
City Slickers pals Mitch and Phil are together again. Billy Crystal (Mitch) and Daniel Stern (Phil) have reunited for a hilarious and quite realistic parody of HBO’s Westworld for Funny or Die. Keeping with Westworld‘s storyline, hosts...Show More Summary
Billy Crystal and Daniel Stern reprised their roles of Mitch and Phil from the 1991 comedy City Slickers in a Funny or Die video that placed the characters as malfunctioning hosts in HBO‘s Westworld. Years after their ‘City Slickers’ narrative was retired, Westworld hosts Mitch (Billy Crystal) & Phil (Daniel Stern) are still happily driving […]
Sadly, Bruno Kirby and Jack Palance are no longer around for the fun.
Have you ever noticed how alike the plots are for City Slickers and Westworld? I mean, sure, there are no robot "hosts" in City Slickers, and the 1991 comedy has a lot less death, nudity, and violence, but at their cores, both films are about people trying to escape their daily lives by experiencing the Wild West. Show More Summary
Hollywood will remake just about anything these days, so it’s something of a surprise that nobody has thought to revive Billy Crystal and Daniel Stern’s 1991 Western comedy City Slickers. A modest hit that sprouted a sequel in 1994’s...Show More Summary
City Slickers in Westworld: Behind Th... 3:01 Go behind the scenes of Funny Or Die's 'City Slickers in Westworld' shoot with Billy Crystal, Daniel Stern, Luke Hemsworth, and more! Submitted by: Funny Or Die Regular Keywords: City Slickers...Show More Summary
(PG-13: Language) Funny or Die nailed it with this hilarious parody of Westworld, in which Billy Crystal and Daniel Stern’s characters from City Slickers are actually hosts in Robert Ford and Arnold Weber’s dystopian themepark. Limit your witty affect, please. The post City Slickers in Westworld appeared first on The Awesomer.
Billy Crystal has been in something of a comedy purgatory for some time now, cursed to host the occasional awards ceremony and appear in projects only when summoned by Josh Gad. But when given the opportunity to reunite with his City...Show More Summary
Billy Crystal is back in a very funny Westworld spoof that reveals his Mitchie the Kid from City Slickers was always just a robot.
The premises for “Westworld” and City Slickers” are fairly similar, actually: “Real” folks pay to enter into a monitored Old West experience. And then robots start killing everyone. (Well, in my “City Slickers” fan fiction, at least.) Funny...Show More Summary
See Billy Crystal be funny. No, for real. Read more...