Keegan-Michael Key

Get Your First Look at the Cast of Shane Black’s ‘Predator’ Sequel

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by Matthew Monagle 4 days ago
20th Century Fox
Sometime over the last couple of months, writer-director Shane Black slipped onto Twitter without very many people noticing. While admittedly a bit of a neophyte when it comes to social media, Black has immediately grasped the most important aspects of the platform. You know, sharing funny tweets, complaining about politicians, taking pictures of his dogs, and, oh yeah, throwing out exclusive content from the set of his long-anticipated Predator sequel. You know, just normal, everyday Twitter stuff.

‘The Predator’ Adds Keegan-Michael Key to Its Impressive Roster

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by Britt Hayes January 6, 2017 @ 12:45 PM
Warner Bros.
It looks like Shane Black is in the business of one-upping himself with the cast of The Predator — following yesterday’s report on the casting of Moonlight star Trevante Rhodes, today brings word of yet another exciting addition to the growing ensemble: Keegan-Michael Key. It’s a big week for Key, who also just reprised his Key & Peele character Luther, the angry Obama translator, for an episode of The Daily Show.

Luther Tries to Keep Cool in Farewell ‘Key and Peele’ Anger Translation

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 6, 2017 @ 9:21 AM
Comedy Central
If ever there were a time for President Obama to show his anger, Key & Peele’s Luther would be it. Watch the pair make their final appearance on The Daily Show, as Luther tries (and fails spectacularly) to keep his anger toward the new President-Elect in check.

‘Key and Peele’ Set Obama’s Final Anger Translation for ‘Daily Show’

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 5, 2017 @ 11:52 AM
Comedy Central
We’ll miss a great many things about both Obama and Comedy Central’s Key & Peele, but at least they’ll go down in a blaze of glory together. So it is, that Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele will bring Obama and anger-translator Luther back for one last appearance on tonight’s Daily Show.

‘The Simpsons’ First Look at Hour-Long Hip-Hop ‘Gatsby’ Episode

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick January 3, 2017 @ 11:10 AM
FOX
Time will tell if we ever see The Simpsons attempting another theatrical venture, but in the meantime, mid-January will pad Season 28’s runtime a bit with a first-ever hourlong episode. The hour in question will re-imagine The Great Gatsby with a hip-hop bent, while you can see the first footage with star Keegan-Michael Key right now.

‘Why Him?’ Red-Band Trailer Touts Family, Christmastime Togetherness, Moose Testicles

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by Charles Bramesco November 15, 2016 @ 10:22 AM
The entertainment industry has done Bryan Cranston dirty. His award-hoarding turn as mild-mannered meth kingpin Walt White on Breaking Bad should have cracked Hollywood wide open for him, with high-power producers lining up to cast him in the next big prestige release. But for every Trumbo (which earned Cranston an Oscar nomination, despite plenty of shortcomings), there is a Why Him?, and the soggy prosthetic moose scrotum that goes with it.

Netflix Taps Keegan-Michael Key, Cobie Smulders for New Comedy Series

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick August 22, 2016 @ 12:44 PM
CBS / Comedy Central
We all avoid our Friends From College like the Dickens (okay, just us), but Netflix’s newest comedy will make it impossible. How I Met Your Mother alum Cobie Smulders and (technically) Keegan-Michael Key will lead a new Netflix comedy series from Neighbors creator Nick Stoller, bringing together Friends From College.

‘The Simpsons’ Sets One-Hour Episode for First Time Ever

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick August 8, 2016 @ 1:27 PM
FOX
The Simpsons still has a few surprises left in its old age, and after going live this past season, Springfield will chart a new frontier: the full hour! After 28 years, America’s favorite family will run a full hour-long episode for the very first time, with special guest Taraji P. Henson and more.

Keegan-Michael Key Says ‘Key & Peele’ Could Return for Another Season

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by Kevin Fitzpatrick August 3, 2016 @ 9:35 AM
Comedy Central
We’re just over a year from the end of Comedy Central’s Key & Peele, and even with all 300+ sketches available online, fans can’t help missing the duo’s comedic voice. Keegan-Michael Key, at least, isn’t sure where they’d begin to weigh in on topics like the current election, but thinks Key & Peele itself might find space to return a few years down the line, whether a new season, or a sketch movie.