Shit got real in the streets on season three.
I was there.
Production Company: Abso Lutely
Funny or Die's Billy on the Street is a music and pop culture game show that invites you to join comedian Billy Eichner, unfiltered and unapologetic, as he hits the streets of New York City to test unsuspecting passersby.
Amy Poehler, Lena Dunham, Seth Meyers, Paul Rudd, and more join Billy Eichner on Funny or Die's Billy on the Street.
LOOSEWORLD founder Dane C. Reiley produced and develop the show into what The New York Times calls "loose, unpredictable and appealingly wrong".
"Hilarious, brilliant, unpredictable -- comedian/musician Reggie Watts is a staple of the international performance scene ... An avowed 'disinformationist,' Reggie loves to disorientate his audiences in the most entertaining way." - Comedy Central
It doesn't get much better than working with a genius. LOOSEWORLD was stoked to collaborate with Reggie and produce his debut comedy special "Why $#!+ So Crazy?" on Comedy Central.
Scroll down to check out the music video for the hit single Fuck Shit Stack, also produced by yours truly to promote the special.
Director: Duncan Skiles
The Fuzz (Sesame Street meets The Wire) follows a rookie puppet detective as he's thrust into the middle of an active puppet crime syndicate. Featuring the voices of Reggie Watts and Jon Benjamin, humans and puppets interact in the seedy underbelly of a NYC/Sesame Street world. There are hookers, pimps, songs about drug dealing and puppet brains splattered on walls (aren't you curious what that looks like?)
Watch the FULL PILOT here. (Password Required. Sorry!)
Hey Girl is a half-hour comedy series focusing on the modern, web savvy young woman's reaction to dating, fashion, friendship, pop culture, body issues, embarrassing moments and much more. Enhancing the talking head format are rotating man-on-the-street segments, sketches, musical parodies and animated pieces.
Cast members include: Sasheer Zamata, Daniella Pineda, Esther Povitsky, Laura Willcox, Emily Axford, JC Coccoli, Shelby Fero, and Wendy McColm.
Director: Michael Showalter
Since 2011 LOOSEWORLD has had the pleasure of producing Funny or Die Exclusive's featuring the the likes of Paul Rudd, Matt Dillon, Todd Barry, Darren Aronofsky, the cast of The Jersey Shore and more.
Scroll down to see some favorites...
Check out the rest of the FOD x LOOSEWORLD collaborations HERE
On December 28th 2006, Bo recorded two of his songs as videos, and posted them on YouTube. Eight months and seven songs later, Bo's videos had been seen over 10 million times worldwide, generating literally hundreds of thousands of laughs.
LOOSEWORLD teamed up with Bo to produce two music videos to promote his first one-hour special "Words, Words, Words" taped at Comedy Central's House of Comedy live from House of Blues in Boston.
Buy the album HERE.
Words, Words, Words Director: Duncan Skiles
Oh Bo Director: Jared Lapidus
In this debut, first-ever one-hour COMEDY CENTRAL Original World Premiere Stand-Up Special, viewers will find the thoughts and feelings of writer (“Saturday Night Live”) and stand-up comedian (“COMEDY CENTRAL Presents” and “Human Giant”) John Mulaney: a pleasant, nearly 30-year-old man who enjoys making fun of himself and others. In “New In Town,” Mulaney tackles such red-hot topics as french fries, “Law & Order,” and his bygone partying days. Through his stories viewers will watch Mulaney age from a nervous and dishonest child to a still nervous and dishonest adult.
Open Sequence produced by LOOSEWORLD
Production Company: Irwin Entertainment
In late 2010, Chiddy Bang exploded onto the scene with their hit single Opposite of Adults. LOOSEWORLD and the wizards at Waverly Films collaborated to create the award wining video for the track.
Scroll down to check out the equally inspired video for their follow up single TRUTH.
Before recently parting ways Chiddy Bang (Chidera "Chiddy" Anamege & Noah "Xaphoon Jones" Beresin) went on the have their tracks featured in the Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit video game, in an episode of Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory, and in episode 8 of Friday Night Lights 's fifth season. The song was also used in the trailer for 30 Minutes or Less.
If you were N.E.R.D. wouldn't you be driving through the desert picking up female hitchhikers in a Kaws-painted Rolls-Royce Corniche convertible?
LOOSEWORLD was thrilled to work as the NYC Production Company on this psychedelic homage to The Beatles featuring Nelly Furtado, Pharrell, and the rest of the N.E.R.D crew.
Director: Jonas Åkerlund
Ford Models was looking for a better way to represent their models. LOOSEWORLD produced a series of Video Headshots that allowed their talent to truly come to life.
Director: Minka Farthing-Kohl
LOOSEWORLD and the hommies The Knocks got together for the official video to their track Make It Better.
If you don't already know these dudes, do yourself a favor and click HERE.
Director: Alex Markman
Sid is getting back in the dating game, and his friend John has the perfect girl for him, Yuruki. She's cute, fun, and extremely animated. If anything, maybe too animated. Featuring Patrick Shepherd and the voice of Saturday Night Live’s Abby Elliott.
"The song is about finding your individuality in a world where extremes are more and more presented as your only option. We thought taking a science fiction approach would be a great way to demonstrate breaking free of what may be expected from an individual. We loved director Ron Winter’s work and thought he was the perfect choice to help." - Jim Adkins, Jimmy Eat World frontman
A collaboration with our friends at Greencard
Label: DGC/Interscope Records
Director: Ron Winter
"In the adorably tripped-out new video for Devendra Banhart's lilting "Baby", Devendra and his bros (including MGMT's Andrew VanWyngarden and the Strokes' Fabrizio Moretti) travel in a cigarette-shaped spaceship through what looks like a planet's butthole, whereupon they party with animated aliens, a baby, and GZA, the latter of whom is dressed like an interstellar pharaoh."
A collaboration with Greencard
Label: Warner Music
Director: Ron Winter
The Kickdrums go hunting for monsters in Animal
Directed by Minka Farthing Kohl