The comedian turned D.C. into a testing ground for new material last night. [ more › ]
Having trouble differentiating between the 19 men and women currently pursuing a bid to become president of the United States? Comedian Hannibal Buress is here to help. In a new video from Fusion, Buress explains who each of the candidates is in a manner we can all understand: by comparing them to rappers. "Hillary Clinton would be Diddy...
Given Kanye’s alleged presidential run in 2020 — which we’ll surely be hearing plenty more about in the coming years — “rapper president” is already a word compound we’ve heard. …Read More
God bless Hannibal for these spot-on choices. You'll probably never look at Biden, Clinton, and Jeb! the same, but that's okay, for if there's any problem here, it's simply that Hannibal doesn't do enough Carson impressions. Anyway, enjoy, and also, note that the end of this video turns into your... More »
If DJ Khaled ran for President of the United States, then he'd be Donald Trump. Congrats to you both on the comparison! It comes courtesy of Hannibal Buress, who also found rappers to serve as comparisons for candidates Hillary Clinton, Jeb Bush, Ben Carson and Bernie Sanders. Well, almost all of them. Also: Find out […]
Denaun Porter drops a great new animated video for “Cookin,” featuring Royce Da 5’9 and Pharoahe Monch, off his Stuff In My Backpack EP. Featuring animated cameos from Eminem and Hannibal Buress. Do Crips watch True Blood? Do Bloods ride Jet Blue? Previously: dEnAuN (Mr. Porter) ft. Young Roc – Heartbroken (Video)
In as affable a tone as he does pretty much everything—acting, telling jokes, bringing about the downfall of one of the comedy world’s most sacred cows—Hannibal Buress has suggested his Comedy Central series Why? With Hannibal Buress won’t be returning for a second season. Show More Summary
There has been a long-standing debate about whether a hot dog qualifies as a sandwich. Everyone from celebrity chef Alton Brown to comedian Hannibal Buress have given their opinion, and the debate is a matter of settled law on John Hodgman‘s Judge John Hodgman podcast, dating back to his ruling in a 2014 columnette in the New York Times Magazine. […]
The comedian took to the stage as the last performance before the University of Maryland transforms the venue into a football facility and a health research clinic. [ more › ]
Film stars Adam Nee, Kyle Gallner, Matthew Gray Gubler, and Hannibal Buress. Read the full article on AICN I swear I was going to post this trailer before I saw my name mentioned in it. Surely enough, I did call BAND OF ROBBERS “original”...Show More Summary
In this episode of Inside Joke, we join Hannibal Buress as he works on bits about a fedora hat that he is scared to wear and, of course, Nelson Mandela popping molly.
Paramount Pictures has released the new trailer for their upcoming comedy "Daddy's Home" starring Will Farrell, Mark Wahlberg, Linda Cardellini, Thomas Haden Church, and Hannibal Buress. Have a look at the new trailer below. "Daddy's...Show More Summary
Why Broad City Star Hannibal Buress Is One Of America's Most Talked-About Comics
Paramount Pictures has released a new poster for their upcoming comedy "Daddy's Home" starring Will Farrell, Mark Wahlberg, Linda Cardellini, Thomas Haden Church, and Hannibal Buress. "Daddy's Home" follows a mild-mannered radio executive...Show More Summary
Hannibal Buress has always been a comedian. He’s never had another job, which left him harboring a burning question: Is he good at anything else? The answer is no. He’s terrible at everything, and we have the TV pilot to prove it. Unemployable,...Show More Summary
Hannibal Buress is taking his employment matters into his own hands. That is, he posted a treat for you via Vimeo this week; it's a foiled reality project he was working on called Unemployable, which essentially wanted to give Hannibal test-runs at jobs he definitely shouldn't have and ultimately prove... More »
Hannibal Buress does not beat around the bush. So when he decided to share Unemployable, a Comedy Central project that never panned out, he kept the announcement short and sweet. …Read More
“I’m Hannibal Buress, and this is my job: Stand-up comedy. This is the only job I’ve ever had. Most people in America do real jobs for a living, though. And those jobs usually involve real skills. I don’t have any of those skills! But for the sake of television, I’m going to try out a […]
Hannibal Buress The New York Comedy Festival (November 10 - 15) just announced 50 new shows to its 2015 lineup, including panel discussions, stand-up, musical comedy and podcasts. Among them is "Comedy Central Live in Brooklyn" which happens at Kings...