Ingrid Goes West begins with what looks like a scene out of Black Mirror's "Nosedive," minus the futuristic technology.Read More
Watch This Drunk History Clip of Lin-Manuel Miranda Narrating Hamilton’s Life & Making Shooting Noises
"And Washington's like, 'Motherf*****'"
The full episode airs November 29th, but here's a short clip of Miranda, who drank about "3/4 of a bottle of honey whiskey" as he narrated, taking us through Hamilton's education and time in the Revolutionary War.Read More
Alia Shawkat & Aubrey Plaza Will Play Hamilton & Burr in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Drunk History Episode!
Cue the wild fannish screaming, because the upcoming Drunk History episode featuring Lin-Manuel Miranda, the composer and star of Hamilton, has just announced the two stars who'll take on the roles of Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr: it's a pair of comedy legends, Alia Shawkat (Arrested Development) and Aubrey Plaza (Parks & Rec). WHAT. YES? YES!Read More
Lin-Manuel Miranda, wearing a "One Last Time" shirt, reads a love letter Alexander Hamilton sent to Eliza before they got married for his final Ham4Ham. Leslie Odom Jr. and Phillipa Soo, who are also sadly leaving the show at the end of the week, come out at the end to be sent off with "Happy Trails."Read More
Aubrey Plaza, Dan Stevens, and Jean Smart were just recently announced as the newest additions to the cast of FX's Legion, an X-Men spinoff television show.Read More
In addition to casting Aubrey Plaza as Kate Bishop and...a dog as Pizza Dog, Tumblr user @nottonyharrison also included America Ferrera as America Chavez.Read More
We're in Fresno.
There are a lot of reasons to be excited for the dark comedy Addicted to Fresco. First of all, Fresno is a welcome change from the small, thankless roles that we keep seeing Judy Greer in this summer.Read More
Hal Hartley spoke to us of finishing the Grim Family Trilogy drama, the upcoming tribute hosted by LA's Cinefamily, and some of the fascinating female characters he's put on film.Read More
Don't tell Gayle.
As part of their post-show mission to reduce me into a human snot factory, the Parks and Rec cast paid a visit to Late Night yesterday and sang a final goodbye to Li'l Sebastian.Read More
They'll miss them in the saddest fashion.
My beautiful, rule-breaking moths, there is hope post Parks and Rec. The residents of Pawnee, Indiana taught us how to treat ourselves, our friends, and our roombas, but their legacy will also live on at the IRL Indiana Office of Tourism Development, whose employees wrote an adorable open letter to the show earlier this week assigning each character to an Indiana town.Read More
From a distant time known as "2017."
So this means they can keep the show going until 2017, right? Right!?Read More
*sniff* She's living the dream.
Okay, technically they're applauding Aubrey Plaza's... um, "performance" of Grumpy Cat, but whatever. Both actor and cat appeared on The Today Show to promote their upcoming Christmas-themed Lifetime movie, which premieres on Saturday, November 29th and looks all kinds of terrible. Not the fun kind, either.Read More
Now she has every reason to be grumpy.
Remember when Grumpy Cat was the fussy little darling of the Internet and we all hoped against vain hope that her Lifetime Christmas movie—starring the Internet's other fussy darling, Aubrey Plaza, in the titular cat role—might actually be worth watching? Yeaaaaah, probably maybe not.Read More
Us too, Aubrey.
"She-Hulk? Oh my god, I would love to be She-Hulk. Because I had super-strength? Yes, I want to be She-Hulk. Write that movie and I’ll do it. I would love to be any kind of superhero or person with super-strength."—Aubrey Plaza, in an interview with SciFiNow about her zombie movie Life After Beth.Read More
Our excitement exceeds Grumpy Cat-approved levels.
Our lives will be complete this winter when Aubrey Plaza voices Grumpy Cat for the Lifetime movie Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever. This is news that could turn even Grumpy Cat's frown upside down.Read More
The internet is a cesspool, but at least we'll always have cat videos.Read More
It's a Netflixer, folks.
Who's excited to see that movie where Aubrey Plaza's a zombie and Dane DeHaan is her human boyfriend! Anna Kendrick is there! And John C’ Reilly! Molly Shannon! Matthew Gray Gubler! Get excited! No, not that excited. Moderately excited. Somewhat enthused. But also kind of bored, too.Read More
"The attic, nooooo, why the attic?!"
I Heart Huckabees co-writer Jeff Baena has stepped into the director's chair with Life After Beth, starring Aubrey Plaza as a somewhat unconventional zombie/metaphor for young adulthood, probably. It comes out on August 15th, and judging by the trailer, it’s gonna be good. If you’re chomping at the
brain bit for more footage, below I’ve embedded a clip that hit the ‘web shortly after Life After Beth premiered at Sundance in January.
Thing That Might Have to Exist
Well great, now all I want from life is Nick Offerman to voice a talking air bison.
At this point it seems like we've been waiting eons for the new season of Legend of Korra to grace our television screens, and after all that it's still not ready. But hold fast, friends! Some of the casting picks for new characters have been released, and they've made us even more excited than we already were for the eventually upcoming Book Two. Why? Because among the new names are Aubrey Plaza (Parks and Recreation), Lisa Edelstein (House), and James Remar (Dexter). Holy penguin-bears, somebody hold me.Read More