Ray Romano
Romano's agent told him Scorsese hadn't seen "Everybody Loves Raymond," "which was a blessing because he didn't have to erase the sitcom character from his mind."
Ray Romano's first movie as a director suggests that he might be even better-suited to the big screen than he was to broadcast TV.
The indie favorite traveled around Hollywood with handmade FYC posters for Romano's performance in "Paddleton."
Chris O'Dowd and Ray Romano are both back for more in the EPIX series based on the Elmore Leonard novel.
It wouldn't be Sundance without an emotionally nuanced dissection of male fragility and the weirdness of life from the Duplass brothers.
The untitled project will be released later this year.
The field of Best Supporting Actor nominees will be recognized for playing fundamentally decent men who are made beautiful by their empathy.
Kumail tries (and fails) to break the tension of an awkward moment in this sneak peek of the delightful indie comedy "The Big Sick."
This summer several movies are moving along on their road to the Oscars, while others are falling away.
The series, created by Davey Holmes, premieres Sunday, August 13.
Amazon Studios' dramatic comedy directed by Michael Showalter hits theaters in June.
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