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Stand Up Comedian Daniel Radcliffe?

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Comedy, Celeb News, Filmmaking

Juno Temple and Daniel RadcliffeJuno Temple says Daniel Radcliffe should be a stand up comedian.

The 24-year-old actress worked with the Harry Potter actor on indie movie Horns and revealed Daniel kept her entertained with his jokes after the director asked her to open a scene by laughing. "There was one take where there was quite a complicated shot and we had to keep redoing it to get the shot right. We had to open with me laughing and Daniel must have told me 20 to 25 jokes. It was insane. I didn't know somebody had that many jokes. It was genius. He's a stand-up comic," she told E! News.

While Juno will play Queen Elizabeth's sister, Princess Margaret, in Girls Night Out, the new movie about the sisters sneaking out of Buckingham Palace as teenagers, she admits she didn't follow coverage of the recent birth of Prince George, the future British king: "I'm happy for [Prince William and Duchess Catherine], but I'm not really good at following tabloid stuff. Anyone having a baby is a magic moment in their lives so it's very exciting but no, I'm not a royal fanatic."


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Judd Apatow: “Jim Carrey Is the Funniest Man on Earth”

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Comedy, Celebrity Gossip

Jim Carrey and Judd Apatow

Judd Apatow thinks that Jim Carrey is the "funniest man on earth." The influential producer and director once toured as the opening act for Jim during his stand up comedy days, and while Judd acknowledges there are many talented comedians working today, he thinks Jim is still the best.

"When I was a stand up comedian in the late 80s, I used to open for Jim Carrey on the road. I would do my lame act and then he would come on and do the most energetic, inventive, uproarious set I had ever witnessed. I retired from performing as a result. He was and is the funniest man on earth. This is something we can all agree on. We can debate number two forever but Jim will always be the king," Apatow wrote in Vanity Fair.


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