You may know Chris Elliott for his hilarious characters on Late Night With David Letterman or from Get a Life and a whole bunch of movies, but he's also a prolific author, whose new book is called The Guy Under the Sheets: The Unauthorized Autobiography. He's in town for Live Talks Los Angeles's "An ... More >>
Also check out L.A. Weekly's interview with Chris Elliott from the first season of Eagleheart.
On a blazing hot day last September, the cast and crew of Adult Swim series Eagleheart were holed up inside a small stage tucked deep within the eastern San Fernando Valley. They were nearing the end of ... More >>
Shannon CottrellLast year, convention goers dressed as the Doctor and Amy. This year, Matt Smith and Karen Gillan will appear at SDCC.More in "San Diego Comic-Con Announces Thursday July 21 Schedule: Bruce Campbell, Yoshiki, Stan Lee, Mike Judge and More.", "San Diego Comic-Con Announces Frid ... More >>
Shannon CottrellSteampunk at San Diego Comic-Con 2010More in "San Diego Comic-Con Announces Thursday July 21 Schedule: Bruce Campbell, Yoshiki, Stan Lee, Mike Judge and More." and "San Diego Comic-Con Announces Friday, July 22 Schedule: Doc Hammer, Jackson Publick, Chris Elliott, Wil Wheaton, ... More >>
Shannon CottrellDoc Hammer and Jackson Publick with amazing Venture Bros. cosplayers at SDCC 2010San Diego Comic-Con just posted it's panel schedule for Friday, July 22. For fans of Adult Swim's cult favorite series, The Venture Bros., you'll want to mark this down (and prepare to get in line ... More >>
In Eagleheart, which premieres tonight on Adult Swim, Chris Elliott plays Chris Monsanto, a U.S. Marshal whose combination of ineptitude and confidence leads to more disasters than you thought could fit into a twelve-minute episode. If you're familiar with Elliott's work over the years, then this tu ... More >>
While everyone was all caught up in the Leno/Coco fight, we must admit we learned to rediscover cranky, adulterous uncle Dave. He is what he is and does what he does and you either get it or not. If the absurdity of calling a company "Worldwide Pants" or relentlessly championing ac ... More >>