New Yorker publisher David Remnick announced he'd "changed his mind" about the headlining interview in a memo to staff, following backlash and Judd Apatow, John Mulaney, Jack Antonoff, Patton Oswalt, and Jim Carey dropping off the lineup.
The film, written and directed by Boots Riley of hip hop group The Coup, is set in an alternate present-day version of Oakland, and Lakeith Stanfield (’Atlanta’) plays a telemarketer who discovers a key to success which "propels him into a macabre universe"...
Patton Oswalt is the one of the castmembers in NBC's new Thursday night comedy, A.P. Bio, which was created by former Saturday Night Live writer and occasional performer Mike O'Brien, and stars Glenn Howerton (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia).
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