The SNL alum brings the variety show back from the dead. read more
NBC may have canceled Believe, but the network hasn’t given up on magical sci-fi. On May 19, we’ll get a shadowy glimpse into an alternate dimension, one in which the Supreme Court has struck down one of our country’s most fundamental laws: the one preventing anyone other than a white male from hosting a network show. Show More Summary
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It's been over a year since the idea of a Maya Rudolph variety show was first mentioned, but in less than two weeks, on May 19, our dreams will become a reality. Today NBC released a short promo for The Maya Rudolph Show. It's way too short. But frankly, anything... More »
Maya Rudolph Is Keeping the '70s Alive with Her New Variety Show "I think I'm an analog person by nature." read more
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The Wrap reports that Maya Rudolph, the best comedian to ever play Maya Angelou, has joined the voice cast of Disney/Marvel’s upcoming animated film Big Hero 6. Disney, ever secretive about the film’s cast, has not officially confirmed Rudolph’s involvement. Show More Summary
The voice casting for Disney‘s upcoming Animated/CGI movie of Marvel‘s Big Hero 6 keeps chugging along with the addition of SNL‘s comedienne Maya Rudolph (Bridesmaids). No word on what character she’ll be voicing yet, but…… we can expect her to bring her enormous comedic talents to bear on whatever role she takes. The only officially […]
Slowly but surely, the seemingly secret voice cast of Big Hero 6, Marvel & Disney's first animated collaboration, is being revealed. So far T.J. Miller and Jamie Chung have surfaced with voice roles, and now The Wrap has word that "Saturday Night Live" veteran and Bridesmaids star Maya Rudolph will voice one of the lead roles. Show More Summary
The next big Marvel superhero movie is casting up. Maya Rudolph and Jamie Chung have boarded the cast of Big Hero 6, Disney’s animated adaptation of the Marvel comic. The pair join Silicon Valley‘s T.J. Miller, who confirmed his casting earlier this spring. Show More Summary
Reports state "SNL" alum Maya Rudolph has signed on for a lead role in Marvel & Disney's "Big Hero 6" animated feature film.
No characters details have been released for the actress, who joins this animated adventure about a government sanctioned team of heroes. [...]
On the heels of yesterday's Big Hero 6 casting reveal, TheWrap reports that Bridesmaids and former "Saturday Night Live" star Maya Rudolph has joined the cast in an undisclosed role. Rudolph joins TJ Miller, who plays "Fredzilla," and...Show More Summary
If you weren’t already psyched about Maya Rudolph’s upcoming variety special for NBC, this ought to do it: Vulture has snagged the very first photograph to emerge from the set of The Maya Rudolph Show. Taken during rehearsal, the picture below features Rudolph and four of her dancers outside of... More »
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The television world moves so fast that by the time you learn of a show’s premiere, it could already be canceled. It’s hard to keep track of the constant stream of television news, so Flavorwire is here to provide a weekly roundup of the most exciting — and baffling — casting and development updates. Show More Summary
NBC announced that The Maya Rudolph Show, a new variety show special from the comedic actress of the same name, will premiere on May 19th. The Lorne Michaels-produced one-off special, which features guests like Craig Robinson, Andy Samberg, and Janelle Monáe, will serve as a pilot for a Rudolph-fronted variety show for the network. Show More Summary
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