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I filmed the show during my 3 week residency at the Eventim Apollo in London and Netflix have bought the resulting 75 minute special. You can of course buy any track individually without buying the whole album, but that would be madness. In other amazing news, the movie has been accepted into Tribeca.It's my favourite, and I believe best, stand-up tour ever and I can't wait to air it and start on my next one. The premiere will be in New York on Friday 22 April and the whole cast will be there. We started mixing the album this week and we have 15 tracks. (But slightly taller.) Finally, I'm going to do some stand-up.

To tell the truth in such situations would be devastating and pointless. "No, I can't come to your party, because you live too far away and most of your friends are morons." What do you dislike most about your appearance? I thought babies could swim." What do you consider your greatest achievement? If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? I live in Hampstead, in London, and have a little country retreat on the river in Buckinghamshire. It’s hard to narrow it down, because I want them to have a bit of everything - humor, kindness, integrity, intelligence, tolerance (they need lots of that). I'll also be promoting Life On The Road as it comes out on Netflix and DVD around the globe and of course I'm hoping that the album is the gift that keeps on giving. The general theme of the show seems to be me complaining about people complaining all the time.They liked the comedy, the characters, the emotion, and they also loved the songs and said they would buy the album and buy a ticket to see a live show. Let's hope this is reflected by the rest of the population. Eight weeks editing Life On The Road and I'm pretty much happy with the content.Next is a temporary grade and dub to show the film at a test screening.Obviously still weeks of fine tuning, grading and the dub, but we have 100 minutes of pure joy. There were strict, quite complicated plot lines and lots of twists and turns in Special Correspondents, whereas Life On The Road is a fun journey centred around the antics of a bumbling fool. Not texting and driving and then getting away with it. My hope is that it's a really enjoyable 95 minutes in the end with some memorable moments and some even more memorable songs. After the show I flew to Toronto to pick some of the locations for Special Correspondents.Also, with Life On The Road we've already recorded all the music and I own all the rights, which really makes life very easy. Just wanted to be clear.) I know you should always feel this way, whether it's true or not, but I genuinely think that Life On The Road is my best comedy movie so far. It has no pretensions or ludicrous ambitions, but the story is a real journey and I think it's funny from beginning to end. I know it doesn’t count, but then again, no review does. You'll all be singing Native American, Lady Gypsy and Thank Fuck It's Friday in August. I'm happy with either as there are strictly no refunds. The script was basically finished but I never stopped honing it right up to filming it. You can also order the album, which is released the same day as the movie on August 19.

[Vote here at Radio Times.com] As you may know, you can now book tickets at uk to see Life On The Road in UK cinemas.

The invited audience was purposely made up of 50% fans and 50% non-fans to get a brutally honest representation.

After the movie, they were grilled to find out everything they liked, disliked, didn't get, were bored by etc. Most, either found it 'Excellent' or 'Very Good' and the love amongst fans of The Office was off the charts.

Oh, and he still had time to churn out one of the best and most innovative albums of the year. Never say never, but with that attitude it will make me put every ounce of my soul into it.

There's nothing I can say to add to the man's legacy and iconic status as an artist and human being but he died as he lived; privately and with unbelievable grace and dignity. I also plan to do more warm-ups than usual as I want this to be my best show ever and possibly my last.

i.e do they laugh at one joke and miss the next joke?