Tim Cook does not think Margrethe Vestager is the "Dane of the Year."
Plus, Dane Cook and Nick Cannon are (sort of?) feuding and Matthew McConaughey shared dreams from his youth.
Dane Cook has taken serious issue with Nick Cannon's latest fashion choice. In related news, Dane Cook is apparently still alive. Who knew?!? But the comedian has chosen to make his presence felt once again in a semi-coherent rant against...Show More Summary
Dane Cook is looking for love online. The 44-year-old stand-up comedian took to Instagram to show off one particular message he sent to a woman named Sandra. “I’m on a few dating apps because I love the unusual,” Dane captioned the note. “If I’ve ever sent you something you will know it’s me because I [...]
When Louis C.K. sat down for a conversation with TV critic Emily Nussbaum at the New Yorker Festival on Friday, their talk covered many topics: Donald Trump, Dane Cook, even how he handles work and family as a male comedian. But first, they touched on a subject that will be ... More »
With the MLB postseason comes high stakes, a tense and entertaining atmosphere, and some of the best talent in professional sports. And yet as I prepare for the best part of the baseball season, one slogan writhes around in my brain like a maggot and refuses to leave: There’s only one October. Read more...
This bundle of magazines delivers Mad's satirical takes on "South Park," Justin Bieber and Dane Cook, to name a few, while raising money for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.
The big news about the New York Comedy Festival is Tracy Morgan's return to the November fest, which is entering its 13th year (and hasn't seen Morgan for five of those years). The lineup also promises headlining sets from Dane Cook, Marc Maron, Trevor Noah, Patton Oswalt, Bill Maher, Chris D'elia, Eric Andre, T.J. Show More Summary
The New York Comedy Festival unveiled its list of headlining acts for 2016, including Tracy Morgan, Marc Maron and Tig Notaro, all performing at Carnegie Hall; Dane Cook, Chris D’Elia, Trevor Noah, Patton Oswalt and Tim Minchin, all at the Beacon Theater; Bill Maher at The Theater at Madison Square Garden; Bridget Everett and T.J. […]
Starz’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods is led by co-showrunners and executive producers Bryan Fuller and Michael Green, who met back in the day working on Heroes. They’re cognizant of the ardent fan base (themselves included) eagerly anticipating the fantasylike series, which, like the book, will explore Americans’ obsession ... More »
Bella Thorne and Dane Cook looked like two peas in a pod hitting the town Wednesday night... but we're told the hangout was strictly business. Sources close to the pair tell TMZ... Thorne, 18, and Cook, 44, are working on a new movie together and…
Kristin Chenoweth has joined Ian McShane, Ricky Whittle, Pablo Schreiber, Emily Browning, Bruce Langley, Crispin Glover, Jonathan Tucker, Dane Cook, Cloris Leachman, Peter Stormare, Chris Obi, Mousa Kraish, Gillian Anderson, OrlandoShow More Summary
We may be a month into summer (and two months from Memorial Day already), but it's never too late for news of a fourth consecutive Oddball Fest by Funny or Die. Especially when they announced today that this late summer's tour of North American amphitheaters will include headliners Brian Regan, Dane Cook, Gabriel Iglesias, Hannibal […]
Perhaps one of the most anticipated television adaptations in recent history, Neil Gaiman‘s American Gods has had a solid cult status practically since it was first published. The imagination and creativity that Gaiman put into every aspect of the story – from the wonderful imagery to the stark contrast between the modern setting and the […]
Dane Cook will play the role of Robbie on this Starz television adaptation.
We recently got our first look at Starz’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman‘s “American Gods.” The photos revealed Ricky Whittle as Shadow Moon and Ian McShane as Mr. Wednesday, and Dane Cook will soon accompany both actors. The actor and comedian will play Shadow Moon’s friend and boss at Muscle Farm, Robbie. Show More Summary
Comedian Dane Cook has joined Bryan Fuller’s TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s novel American Gods. He’ll play Robbie Burton, the non-divine best friend of protagonist Shadow Moon, who takes care of Shadow’s wife and job while he’s in prison. I think you can see where this is going. Read more...
Starz and Bryan Fuller’s American Gods has gone far enough into production for photos and a first trailer to arrive next week, that we wouldn’t necessarily expect any more significant additions to the cast. Not so, apparently, as comedian Dane Cook has apparently snagged a role in the new series, set to bow in 2017. Yes, Dane Cook. Continue reading…
Starz's series based on Neil Gaiman's American Gods has been filming for several weeks now, but they've just made an entirely strange casting coup. No, that headline wasn't a joke. The newest cast member is none other...Show More Summary
He will play Shadow Moon's best friend Robbie in the upcoming adaptation. read more