Does it feel like you’re living the same day over and over and over and over again? Have you recently been, or do you plan on being, transformed into a llama? Do you feel like you should just go home; are you too good for your home?! Well then great, because there are a bunch of good comedies to choose from on Netflix…
Everybody needs to laugh, but sometimes your options are limited. While a service like Netflix seems to be flooded with comedy movies, it’s not always clear what comedies are funny and what will flat-out ruin your evening. And that’s where we come in with our monthly updates on the best new movies on Netflix.
We’ve scoured the vast expanse of the service and come back with our picks for the best comedy movies on Netflix right now, including many of the top recent comedies from 2018, 2017, 2016 and 2015, as well as many of the all-time greatest classics. Some of these movies are silly, some of these movies are dark. Some of them are fun for the whole family, some make more sense for a drunken evening hanging out with your pals. No matter the case, these new releases in comedies that are on Netflix right now prove that the genre is a big and broad one and there’s something for everyone! So read on for the hottest and funniest new comedy movies on Netflix!
This week Marvel revealed that Wolverine and Venom have a history going back much further than anyone realized.
Warning: this article contains spoilers for Web of Venom: Ve’Nam #1!
Web of Venom: Ve’Nam is a spinoff of the current Venom comic, one that delves deeper into Venom’s newly expanded mythology. Recently, Eddie Brock learned that his symbiote wasn’t the first to arrive on Earth. The US military created an entire team of symbiote-powered super-soldiers during the Vietnam War. This issue sheds a bit more light on the history of this ill-fated team.
ABC has released the first on-set photo of the cast at what appears to be the first table read for the Roseanne spinoff, The Conners, which will not be featuring Roseanne Barr.
Revealed via The Conners Twitter account, the picture was tweeted with the words “#TheConners: Day 1” and features, from left to right: Sara Gilbert, Jayden Rey, Michael Fishman, Ames McNamara, John Goodman, Laurie Metcalf, Lecy Goranson, and Emma Kenney.
Not all existing Dota 2 heroes are guaranteed to make it into Valve’s next game, Artifact, but this crafty Geomancer, Meepo, is confirmed to get a card counterpart, and IGN has the first details on his cards.
In Artifact, almost every known hero card has either a passive or active ability and a signature spell card. Meepo is unique in that his card has both an active and a passive. His active ability, Poof, allows Meepo to move to an allied Meepos lane and deal 2 damage to his new enemy neighbors. His passive or “continuous effect” ability, United We Fall, requires that if Meepo dies, allied Meepos in other lanes die too.
Like in Dota 2, Meepo’s signature spell allows him to summon another Meepo. You can see the spell card and the art for other Meepo in the slideshow below. Each hero comes with three copies of their signature spell card, so there’s potential to have four Meepos across the board at once.