Thank you all for pushing this to number one!!
Here are a few shots from our short trip to Japan. For those who haven’t been…GO if you get a chance its an amazing, futuristic place!! These pics are random but I have more movies in my IG stories.
Below is ShinjukuI LOVE these Japanese vending machines that serve warm lemonade!!!Kyoto Bamboo ForrestTemple in KyotoJapanese CemeteryHad a few of these while I was making the time pass by.
So for the last month me and mines spent some time in her home country of Israel. This time we decided to stay in Jaffa Port where there are great restaurants nearby and we can wake up to the beautiful view and sound of the Mediterranean Sea. We spent New Years staring at the ocean and it was intimate and beatiful.
Jake Gyllenhaal, I call him “BIG JAKE” took some time to host a screening for Honey Boy. As you can tell Im wearing honey boy gear right now so Ive turned into a cheerleader for the film. Also Big Jake is cool as shit. He knows the camera well, look how straight his head is. Me and Alma is new at this. haha
The did a special Times Square release of the film trailer. I was amazed to be a part of this reveal and a part of this film. Im soaking all of this in but it was a special moment.
BFI is one of the biggest film festivals in the world. The press run was crazy and the red carpet was also dope. Below is some of the pics from the red carpets. The first picks with the green background were done by Gareth Cattermole from gettyimages and the rest was done by various outlets. This was my second time being able to attend the BFI film festival in London. It was an intense week or so but I got a chance to attend the soho district as well as the Extinction Protest that was going there at the time.
I just want an intimate evening with you so I can share my experiences!!! Get tix here at the Virgil. Looking forward to seeing you there.
For those across the pond, here is my DEBUT late night set on CBS
Check this thing out I did with Donut Media called Miracle Whips!!!!
I needed a last minute tux for the Directors Guild Awards so I called a fellow comedian who is always dressed well name Buck Ball to guide me through this experience. Buck is so great at what he does he eyeballed in photos and by the time I walked into Bonobos in Century City he had already had the color I wanted and the size I needed all the way to the neck size. As you can tell from the video below, I tried on the tux one time and if fit as if if it was poured on me.
I went with the Traditional Navy (Original Tuxedo Color) with the bowtie instead of a tie because I wanted a conservative look. Check below and if you’re in the Los Angles area and need assistance, message me and I can contact you with BUCK BALL.