After finding a lot of success with his hit FX TV series Louie, Louis C.K. is heading back to the big screen, writing, directing and starring in the indie comedy I'm a Cop. The comedian hasn't directed a feature since the 2001 comedy Pootie Tang, which he was actually removed from by Paramount during the post-production process. He made his feature directorial debut with the 1998 movie Tomorrow Night, which the comedian released for purchase on his official website last year.
I'm a Cop centers on a middle-aged man who serves as a voluntary police officer, although he has spent his life living in the shadows of his mother, a legendary cop. Upon her death, her continued influence over him forces the man to pursue an actual career as a police officer, even though that is never something he wanted to do. No other cast members have been confirmed for the comedy at this time.Read More
Louie star/creator Louis C.K., who most recently co-starred in American Hustle, was on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno last night, where he revealed that his lost directorial debut, a 1998 black-and-white comedy entitled Tomorrow Night, will finally be distributed on his official website.
The film, which features early performances from comedians such as Steve Carell, Conan O'Brien, Wanda Sykes, J.B. Smoove and Amy Poehler in her first movie role, debuted at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival, although it was never picked up for distribution.Read More
Louie star Louis C.K. is in negotiations to star in the Untitled David O. Russell Project, which was formerly titled American Bullsh*t.
The story centers on Melvin Weinberg (Christian Bale), a con artist who worked with the F.B.I. to uncover a vast conspiracy that stretched from Atlantic City to Washington D.C. Louis C.K. will portray an FBI agent. Jeremy Renner, Bradley Cooper, and Amy Adams also star.Read More
Comedian Louis C.K. is set to debut his new half-hour comedy series Louie tonight on FX with two back-to-back shows, Episode 1.01: Pilot (which follows the comedians exploits as he goes on both a field trip with his daughter and a romantic date, both of which end up badly) and Episode 2.02: Poker/Divorce (which finds Louis engaged in a friendly game of poker as his divorce proceedings become finalized).
Louie is a comedy filtered through the observational humor of Louis C.K. Each episode puts a spotlight on Louis' hectic life as a successful stand-up comedian and newly single father raising his two daughters. The single-camera comedy is a mix of Louis C.K.'s stand-up comedy and scripted short films. Louis C.K.serves as executive producer, writer and director on the show.Read More