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The Comedy Luminaries We Lost in 2016
The verdict is in and 2016 was a real whopper of a year, one that’s felt more like the Twilight Zone or ever-so-slightly less intense episode […]
Warner Bros. Wants a
From the man behind the
Just Barely Remembering ‘Something Wilder’, Gene Wilder’s Ill-Fated 90s […]
When Gene Wilder shocked a world that didn’t know he had been wrestling with Alzheimer’s by dying recently, he was mourned extensively. He […]
to Play in Over 500 Theaters
Only on October 5.
Mel Brooks Destroyed at Radio City Music Hall Last Night
Mel Brooks won’t sit down. The good people at Radio City Music Hall have set up two chairs on stage, one for the moderator Kevin Salter and one […]
Two Gene Wilder Films Are Returning to Theaters
Wilder died Monday at the age of 83.
Mel Brooks Looks Back on Meeting Gene Wilder on ‘The Tonight Show’
Here’s a clip from last night’s Tonight Show, where Mel Brooks looks back on the very first time he met Gene Wilder backstage at a play, which […]
last night on late night
Mel Brooks Remembers His ‘Dear Friend’ Gene Wilder on
The Tonight Show
“He was such a wonderful part of my life.”
Watch Gene Wilder’s 2005 Interview With Conan
Wilder talks about
, arguing with Mel Brooks, and sexual chemistry with Richard Pryor.
’s Charlie: Gene Wilder’s Death Is ‘Like Losing a Parent’
“You know it’s going to happen, but it’s still a shock.”
Gene Wilder’s 8 Most Iconic Roles
From Willy Wonka to the Waco Kid.
James Corden Looks Back on the Time He Met Gene Wilder on ‘The Late Late […]
At the beginning of last night’s Late Late Show, James Corden took a few minutes to respond to the news that comedy icon Gene Wilder passed […]
last night on late night
James Corden Pays Tribute to Gene Wilder
“Even his email sounded somehow like Willy Wonka!”
A Guide to Where You Can Watch Gene Wilder Movies on Demand
You won’t find any free streaming options, but many titles are available through VOD.
Gene Wilder’s Genius Was in His Simmering Hysteria
The comic icon could go deep into himself and still be the greatest audience imaginable for his fellow clowns.
Celebrities React to the Death of Gene Wilder
“He blessed every film we did with his magic,” Mel Brooks said.
Gene Wilder, the Original Willy Wonka, Dead at 83
He starred in
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,
as well as many Mel Brooks films.
Comedy Legend Gene Wilder Dies at 83
One of comedy’s biggest stars has passed away. According to AP, comedy film legend Gene Wilder died last night due to complications from […]
Forgotten Movies That Will Stop Family Feuds Over the Holidays
These obscure but delightful picks will stop the brawls that break out over finding a film to stream that nobody has seen.
Gene Wilder Had a Very Specific Image of Willy Wonka
“The hat is terrific, but making it 2 inches shorter would make it more special,” wrote Gene Wilder in a letter to Willy Wonka director Mel […]
Jesse David Fox
Which Comedian Had the Greatest Five-Year Span of Films?
In the days leading up to the release of Tower Heist, one of the many, many stories I read about Eddie Murphy stated that from roughly […]
The Lost Roles of Richard Pryor
One of the most acclaimed and respected stand-up comedians of all time, Richard Pryor shot to fame in the 1970’s and proved to be a charismatic […]
15 Most Dynamic Duos in Pop Culture History
Who are the best buddies of all time — in movies, literature, TV, and music?