Whohaha.com : Hillarious Women to the Rescue
«I have an important message for the planet»—that is Elizabeth Banks' welcoming line for those, whose prays for all-you-can-see funny women at one place have been heard.
The «Hunger Games» star rides the momentum of her hugely successful feature directorial debut high, deciding to capitalize on the female-comedy-lovers market. Banks' platform whohaha.com has been online for just a few months and has the full breadth of potential to be a unique offering.
Whohaha aims to be the place, where female creators get a chance to reach a wider audience, also offering users an all-embracing hub of women's humor on the other end. What other stars-driven projects, like FunnyorDie, Hellogiggles and others lack is the nurturing aspect. Banks intends her platform to grow into a holistic media company that not only showcases female comedians, but help them grow too.
Whatever the future holds for Elizabeth Banks' ambitious project, watch out, because now it already is that kind of an entertainer, that keeps you online for hours, even though you only wanted to take a quick glance.