Shreveport's comic con, Geek'd Con, returns to the Shreveport Convention Center this August. The dates for the show are August 19-21, 2022. There will be over 200 vendor spaces filled with comic book retailers, handmade crafts, shirts, collectibles, trading cards, vintage toys, artwork, and much more. Vendors from all over the US, and right here in Shreveport-Bossier, will be on-hand all weekend for fans to buy, sell, and trade.
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Jamie Kennedy likes to make fun of himself. “I have a beard right now, so that’s my opening joke,” he said during a recent phone interview. “But don’t worry, I wasn’t anywhere near the White House on Jan. 6 ... I was at Chick-fil-A.”. While...
Jasmin Savoy Brown got the Randy Meeks seal of approval for her Scream franchise debut. The actress, 28, tells PEOPLE that she connected with Jamie Kennedy on Instagram after playing his character Randy Meeks' niece Mindy in this year's fifth Scream film. Brown spoke with PEOPLE Saturday from a Yellowjackets FYC event in Los Angeles.
Neve Campbell is receiving love from the ghosts of Scream films' past. Matthew Lillard, who starred alongside Campbell, 48, in Wes Craven's original 1996 teen slasher, expressed his support for the actress Tuesday during a Twitter Spaces chat with Midnite Movie Club. It was after the star this week announced her decision not to sign up for another movie due to "the offer."
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KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. - Ragland Comedy Nights at the Ross Ragland Theater returns on Saturday, June 18th from 7:30 PM until 10:30 PM. Presented by Retro Room Records, the June comedy show will be headlined by stand-up comedian/actor Jamie Kennedy. Jamie Kennedy frequently plays with the Hollywood version of himself...
NOVI, MI - He barely survived the first “Scream” film, only to be killed in the second. Should we have said spoiler alert? I mean, that was the 90s. We caught up with actor Jamie Kennedy at Motor City Comic Con taking place all weekend at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi.
Famous actor and comedian Jamie Kennedy is coming back to Rochester to perform at Comedy @ The Carlson May 6th through May 7th. Kennedy has appeared in a vast number of films and TV shows including: "The Jamie Kennedy Experiment," "Surviving Compton," "Legends Of Chamberlain Heights," "Malibu's Most Wanted," "Kickin' It Old Skool," "The Specials," "Romeo and Juliet," and the "Scream" franchise.
"We're Still Here!": The Pineapple Hill celebrates comedy, music and community in special event featuring Jamie Kennedy
"We're Still Here" Saturday, March 19th at Pineapple Hill Saloon & GrillUncanceled Comedy Collective. Los Angeles first went into lockdown on March 19, 2020 and now two years later, Angela Marsden (owner of Pineapple Hill Saloon & Grill) is making it a day for LA to come together to celebrate the people, essential workers, small businesses, comedians, musicians and artists still here in our city.
Things to do in San Antonio this weekend: Rodeo parade, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Jamie Kennedy, Cody Canada, Titans of Tailgate
Step back in time this weekend when the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo kicks off with a cattle drive through downtown. There’s also a living history demostration at the Alamo and a documentary on cowboys at the Briscoe Western Art Museum. Here’s a look at the weekend’s arts...
Jamie Kennedy, the actor who played Randy Meeks in Wes Craven’s original Scream movie, recently ventured out to the theater to watch the latest installment of the horror franchise. After he watched the movie, he decided to do a video reaction and that reaction ended up being 30 minutes long!
We’ve seen countless reactions to the new Scream movie these past several days, and of course we’ve shared our own – read Meagan’s review here and my own thoughts here – but it’s particularly interesting to hear what members of the Scream family think about it.
We thought you'd like to see this homage to Bob Saget -- because it's awesome!!!. It's a video from way back -- 2006 -- in which Jamie Kennedy and Stuart Stone are rapping that Bob is the king of Hollywood, and it's hysterical. It's called "Rollin' With Saget." Bob is...
Wes Craven's horror hit "Scream" just turned 25, and we're still not ready to let this franchise go. The solution? Revive the story by adding a fifth movie to the saga, continuing the journey of the much-beloved characters. The long-surviving (and thoroughly exhausted) Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) is back for round five, and she's more than ready to take another Ghostface down. When the first film debuted back in 1996, the thrill of a teenage slasher was enough to attract attention, but the movie's lasting impact is owed to its meta-storytelling and overall cleverness. So while we don't quite know what to expect from the fifth installment, also titled "Scream," we can expect the trademark self-awareness to continue.