New Promo: 'Louie' Season 4
Before Louis C.K. became America’s favorite auteur of twisted self-deprecation, he was just another comedian struggling to make ends meet. One of his early projects was a feature filmhe wrote, produced and directed in 1998, but was never able to get distributed.
Tomorrow Night, which features cameos by young Steve Carell, Amy Poehler, Wanda Sykes, J.B. Smoove and Conan O’Brien, is finally being made available for download on Wednesday — and it shows just how far C.K. has come over the years.
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My first feature film, Tomorrow Night, is available now on louisck.com for 5 dollars. You can go there now and get it. You don’t have to. But you can. And you may.
if you are not a person and instead you are a dog or you are 2 whales and a wooden box, then please disregard this message. Because I don’t want dogs or whales and boxes to watch my movie. This ps is now longer than the original message.
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Louis CK announcing the digital release of his first film ‘Tomorrow Night’
The 1998 movie will be available for sale tomorrow on his website for $5.
Trailer: Louis CK’s ‘Tomorrow Night' (1998)
CK revealed on ‘The Tonight Show’ last night that his first feature film, made in 1998, will be released on his website for purchase.
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Hi. So. it has been a while since I last wrote to you.
A lot has changed since my last email to you. Firstly, you’ll be glad to know, I lost seven pounds! I know! And all it took was absolutely no dedication or commitment to losing any weight. And it paid off.
Now that I knocked that out of the park, I’m setting my sites on more goals. Such as “none of my habits changing in any particular way”. I think if I really buckle down, I can make that happen.
All of this is part of my new approach to life. I call it “believing in myself”. Sounds weird, huh? Well it’s really very simple. I believe that I exist. And that I’m going to pretty much keep existing and being the pretty much same guy, with the same qualities and skills ive always ha or lacked, especially when averaged over time, no matter what happens.
For instance. I BELIEVE that I’ll alway be a little but late for most things. I BELIEVE that if my work habits were 4% worse, I’d be homeless right now. I BELIEVE that I am often sleepy. See? It works!
I’m writing to you today to let you know that “Louis CK Oh My God” which is my latest standup special, which aired on HBO in the spring and won an Emmy for best writing of a variety special. (I’m not trying to brag. I’m just trying to get you to buy the thing. By bragging.)
Louis CK announcing that his latest special ‘Oh My God’ is now available for $5 through his website.
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