After nine successful seasons, CBS' hit show "How I Met Your Mother" will soon air its series finale, and for the show's stars, it will be the end of an era. The original cast appeared on "The Talk" on Monday (Jan. 27) to discuss the...Show More Summary
But…but…but Lily and Marshall can't split up! Ever! Okay, so maybe they were separated for a spell in Season 2, but that BARELY counts! How I Met Your Mother's Alyson Hannigan got teary on The Talk when she was asked what she'd miss most about her TV husband Jason Segel, as this gurl could not keep [...]
The Blue Jean Committee was featured on a 2011 episode with Jason Segel, while Dana Carvey's Fingerlings made their debut the same year.
THE TALK celebrates the 200th episode and final season of CBS’s HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER on Monday, Jan. 27, 2014, (2:00-3:00 PM, ET; 1:00-2:00 PM, PT/CT), featuring cast members Josh Radnor (Ted Mosby), Jason Segel (Marshall Eriksen), Cobie Smulders (Robin Scherbatsky), Neil Patrick Harris (Barney Stinson) and Alyson Hannigan (Lily Aldrin).
Monday’s episode of How I Met Your Mother didn’t quite elicit the reaction the creators were hoping for. The episode—which featured Marshall (Jason Segel) meeting three characters from a Kung Fu movie, played by the show’s other (white)...Show More Summary
We’re guessing Paul Rudd and Jason Segel were stoned when doing this interview for I Love You Man back in ’09. Watch them play word association, talk about ghost bros and focus on Paul Rudd’s freaky smile/Noah Wyle impression.
David Foster Wallace has become an American legend in his own right, so it makes sense that he’ll be coming to the big screen soon. Jason Segel will play the famous writer in an adaptation of David Lipsky’s Although of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself with Jesse Eisenberg as Lispky. Can one movie handle […]
The written words of David Foster Wallace have long proven difficult to adapt for the big screen, especially 1996’s Infinite Jest, the monstrous epic that launched the author’s career. Anonymous Content is coming at it from a different...Show More Summary
Actors Jesse Eisenberg and Jason Segel will star in a film adaptation project entitled The End of the Tour. The movie script was inspired by the title, Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself: A Road Trip With David Foster Wallace. According to The Wrap, the screenplay was penned by playwright Donald Margulies. Show More Summary
The ‘How I Met Your Mother’ star will play Wallace in the film based on the book ‘Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself: A Road Trip’. News by Dean Fetzer David Foster Wallace committed suicide in 2008, a tragedy on many levels, not least being the loss of one of the fledgling century’s most talented thinkers and writers. Show More Summary
Grumpy Cat goes Hollywood, the Internet freaks about Jason Segel, learn to make better decisions and more in today's Geekolinks!
This week's casting news features a lot of our favorite actors in interesting projects, like Robert Pattinson (who picked another drama), Jason Segel (who'll play a famous author), and up-and-comer Jason Clarke, who's getting the Terminator reboot party started. Show More Summary
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Jason Segel is best known for conjuring up laughs in movies like "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" and on the long-running television series "How I Met Your Mother," but his newest role is decidedly less jocular. The actor will portray author...Show More Summary
The Muppets and How I Met Your Mother star Jason Segal will costar with Jesse Eisenberg in a new movie called The End of the Tour, Jeff Sneider at The Wrap reports: Segel will play David Foster Wallace, the author of “Infinite Jest”Show More Summary
This is not a jest: Jason Segel has been tapped to play late novelist David Foster Wallace in a new biopic. The film, which is based on David Lipsky’s extended interview with the author in “Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself: A Road Trip With David Foster Wallace,” will also star...
When John Krasinski adapted David Foster Wallace’s Brief Interviews With Hideous Men, it was clearly a personal labor of love, connecting with a book that resonated with him in college. Several other Wallace works have been adapted into...Show More Summary
The most important pop culture news of the day, from Jason Segel as David Foster Wallace to the first look at 'Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes.' The post Intermission appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Since making a splash at Sundance with the alcoholic drama Smashed starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead, director James Ponsoldt returned to the festival this year with the stellar coming-of-age drama, The Spectacular Now. Ponsoldt has lined...Show More Summary
He'll star opposite Jesse Eisenberg, who plays a Rolling Stone reporter that accompanied Wallace on his Infinite Jest book tour.