Monty Python is Reuniting at Tribeca Film Festival for their Documentary Premiere

Monty Python — The Meaning of Live will bring together the surviving fellas (John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, and Michael Palin) of the titular comedy troupe. The Wrap writes that the film is getting an international premiere at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival.

The film gives a backstage look at the preparations behind the 2014 Python reunion that went on at The O2 in London. Roger Graef and James Rogan direct Monty Python — The Meaning of Live.

To sweeten the pot, a showing of the classic Holy Grail will be featured for the film's 40th anniversary. And the other Python films will be screened too. Holy Grail will be shown April 24 at the Beacon Theatre; The Meaning of Live goes on Saturday; Life of Brian is screening April 25; and The Meaning of Life is on April 26. 

DC Pierson has a Short Film Based on his Book, Impending Feature Film "The Boy Who Couldn't Sleep and Never Had To"

The Boy Who Couldn't Sleep and Never Had To author and bearded writer/rapper/actor DC Pierson released a short film based on his 2010 book. The novel is set to be made into a feature film but Pierson has reteamed with Mystery Team director Dan Eckman and producer Meggie McFadden to create this proof of concept short.  And hey look, Tony Revolori (from the Oscar nominated film The Grand Budapest Hotel) and Jack Quaid (Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Mexico nominee The Hunger Games) are starring in it. The film is wonderfully done and well produced. I don't quite know what's going on so I'm probably going to buy the book. Is that how marketing works?

Tig Notaro's Movie is Coming Out So Soon

Remember last week when it was announced that Tig Notaro is getting her first HBO special? Well now she is releasing that documentary she made two years ago. And on Showtime of all places! Knock Knock, It's TIg Notaro reveled at TCA that the film is slated for an April 17th debut on the paid cable channel. You may remember this as that contest type thing where Notaro was showing up at her fans homes and performing some stand up. People were treated to only a few minutes of the set but they had their chance to have their home invaded by Notaro. If only she came to me. We could have played Mario Kart.

Key and Peele are Ready to Make Their First Movie

Key and Peele have set their first film in stone with New Line. It's called Keanu and follows a kidnapped cat. 

The movie is set to start production next spring. Jordan Peele believes that everyone will be able to relate to the film: “The movie should resonate with a large audience as almost everyone has had a house pet stolen by a street gang, right?”

New Line is reportedly in talks with Key & Peele director Peter Atencio who does every episode of the series. He's the guy that I continually praise for his cinematic skills.

The movie is also going to be executively produced by both Peele and Key as well as Peter Principato, Paul Young and Joel Zadak.