Despite (or perhaps because of) its prolific output, Comedy Bang! Bang! has not changed much during its four-season existence. For all 70 episodes so far aired, Reggie Watts created all of Bang! Bang!’s music—disjointed jams perfectly matched to the off-kilter nature of the show. Show More Summary
Entertainer Reggie Watts talks about his life, early career, and how California inspires him in a short animation by Drew Tyndall. The video is part of the California Inspires Me series that is a collaboration between Google Play and California Sunday. Previously, we’ve covered earlier installations in the series by artists like Brian Wilson, Jack Black, and Kim Gordon. […]
Today’s the big day: Arbor Day in Cambodia. Also, Kid Cudi makes his debut as the new bandleader on the season 5 debut of Comedy Bang! Bang! at 10:30PM on IFC. Our good friend Reggie Watts brought a lot to the table and we all miss him, but we think Kid Cudi is ready — even…
From our friends at California Sunday, this beautiful animated interview with comedian/musician Reggie Watts. Animation by Drew Tyndell. "California Inspires Me" (California Sunday)
Jack Antonoff had some fun on The Late Late Show With James Corden last night, stopping by to perform a song called “Magic Pancakes,” written by 11-year-old Owen Roberts and then put to music by Antonoff, Reggie Watts, and the rest of the Late Late Show Band. The song is concerned with appropriately 11-year-old things, […]
Set also featured Chance the Rapper, Reggie Watts, and DMC.
The polymath comic on technology, joining the Late Late Show, and the first impression he ever did.
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Since the December announcement that Reggie Watts would be leaving Comedy Bang! Bang! for the monetarily greener pastures of James Corden’s Late Late Show (or The Latest Show, to those in the know), there’s been the lingering question of just how that particular surreal late night sketch talk show exit would go down. Show More Summary
Apatow On BANG BANG!! Clip From Tonight’s LOST GIRL Summer Finale!! Thursday TV Talkback!! Read the full article on AICN Reggie Watts left “Comedy Bang Bang” to serve as announcer/bandleader on CBS’ new James Corden talk show. Tonight...Show More Summary
In Pop Shop, we support the dying art of physical shopping by visiting independent record and bookstores with some of our favorite actors, writers, directors, and musicians. This week, we met Reggie Watts at Rockaway Records in L.A. The shopper: Reggie Watts makes a grand entrance, even when he’s trying to be inconspicuous. Show More Summary
Reggie Watts, Kate Berlant, Rory Scov... 2:29 Infomercials often portray basic tasks with ungainly clumsiness, so Reggie Watts, Kate Berlant and Rory Scovel write voiceovers for some of these inelegant ads. Watch full episodes of @midnight...Show More Summary
As you may know, the annual Bonnaroo Superjam takes place Saturday night this year, and now the lineup has been announced. Once again, it brings together musicians from very different musical backgrounds, including Metallica's Rob Trujillo, Run DMC's DMC,...
It's always nice to see two of your people together in an entirely new setting.
Miguel, Chance the Rapper, and Reggie Watts will join forces with Metallica's Rob Trujillo.
Things have been strange for Harry Styles lately — and it has little to do with having surreal musical experiences with Reggie Watts on the Late Late Show with James Corden in Los Angeles. Instead, Harry Styles’ life is under a lot of...Show More Summary
The producer and DFA Records mainstay Marcus Lambkin, who records under the delightful moniker Shit Roobt, makes a ferociously low-tech and propulsive form of old-school house music. His new single “Where It’s At,” which has nothing to do with Beck, is a total banger. It has a vocal from the singing and beatboxing comedian Reggie […]
Hear the DFA mainstay and merry comedian-cum-musicmaker's new single. Read more...
So long, farewell, auf weidersehn, adieu.
James Corden might've just put Sharon Stone out of a job. Future "Basic Instinct" remakes don't need to look any further than the on-screen genius of Michael Douglas and Corden. Thursday, the pair and Reggie Watts reenacted that a famous scene from the original movie. Show More Summary