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Jason Segel Selling Woodsy Retreat in Los Feliz

The funnyman's ranch-style home is asking $1.599 million. Actor, comedian, and screenwriter Jason Segel (of How I Met Your Mother, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, and The Muppets) is parting ways with a woodsy in Los Feliz. As Trulia reports, Segel purchased the four-bedroom ranch-style home just over a year ago for $1.4 million. Show More Summary

Kristen Bell Opens Up About Depression & Anxiety Struggles: I'm Not Ashamed

Bless you, Kristen Bell. The actress, known for her perky personality and roles in comedies such as Forgetting Sarah Marshall and The Boss, reveals that she has struggled with depression and anxiety for years. "I'm extremely codependent,"...Show More Summary

Kristen Bell Balances Home-Grown Broccoli With Late-Night Pizza

"I'm very into edible flowers." "I cook a decent amount when I'm working, and when I'm not working I cook almost every single night," says actress Kristen Bell, of Veronica Mars, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, House of Lies, and Frozen, among many other impressive credits. Show More Summary

The Muppets' Jason Segel Bought Street Artist Shepard Fairey's Los Feliz House

The actor paid the Obama "Hope" poster artist way more than asking for the handsome house Funny person Jason Segel (I Love You, Man; Forgetting Sarah Marshall; Freaks and Geeks) just made street artist/philanthropist/muralist Shepard Fairey a happy man: he bought the artist's handsome house in Los Feliz and paid a hefty $415,000 over asking. Show More Summary

Jason Segel On Life-Changing ‘The End Of The Tour’: “I Was Alone With A Blank Page” – AwardsLine

In taking on the role of David Foster Wallace for The End Of The Tour, Jason Segel raised a lot of industry eyebrows. With his hefty resume packed with comedic gems (How I Met Your Mother, The Muppets, Forgetting Sarah Marshall), Segel wasn't an obvious choice to play an author struggling with depression and disillusionment. Show More Summary

‘Storks’ Teaser Trailer: Nicholas Stoller Delivers Kelsey Grammer As a Bird CEO

5 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Nicholas Stoller has already made a name for himself as a comedy director with films like Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Neighbors, and now he’s branching out with his first animated feature. Co-directed by Stoller and Pixar vet DougShow More Summary

Men's Gift Guide: What to Get Him This Holiday Season

6 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : Fashionista

You know that scene in "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" where Kristen Bell's character gives a tourist-y shirt to Russell Brand's Aldous Snow and you can just tell that it's the most hideous thing he's ever laid his eyes on? Yeah, that's what we're trying to avoid when gifting the men in our lives this... Continue reading

Russell Brand Takes Aim at Katy Perry’s Lux Lifestyle

Never one to hold his tongue, Russell Brand shares his feelings about ex-wife Katy Perry's penchant for posh living in the trailer for his new documentary “BRAND: A Second Coming.” The “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” star explains, “Oh my f—king god. Show More Summary

The Story Behind Jason Segel's Dracula Puppet Musical

For many, the most-loved parts of Forgetting Sarah Marshall, the 2008 romantic comedy written by and starring Jason Segel, are when Segel's lovable-schmuck character performs a puppet rock opera centered around the life of Count Dracula, cheekily titled A Taste For Love. However, puppet enthusiasts might be surprised to learn that the... More »

Jason Segel talks 'role of a lifetime' in 'The End of the Tour'

The actor best known for comedy roles in films like "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" is changing pace with "The End of the Tour," about late author David Foster Wallace, and he's already getting Oscar buzz. He tells Matt Lauer the film is about "how we want to spend our time" and that "I want to do things that make me scared."

Jason Segel turned the first script he ever wrote into a popular children's book series

Between pumping fresh blood into romantic comedies with "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" and bringing the Muppets back to the big screen, Jason Segel has found a lot of success in show business following his breakout role in the beloved but too-soon cancelled "Freaks and Geeks." All of this success has earned Segel a lot of creative freedom. Show More Summary

Actor Jason Segel explains why successful people never really feel successful

Jason Segel is an accomplished actor who has starred in smash hits ranging from "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" to "How I Met Your Mother." To most people, he's a success. But Segel says he doesn't always feel like one. Segel's latest role is a serious one. Show More Summary

5 Reasons We Love Kristen Bell

10 months agoNews : Huffington Post

Could Kristen Bell literally be any cooler? The actor, who rose to fame in the titular role on "Veronica Mars," has since become a Hollywood mainstay, with iconic roles in films including "Frozen" and "Forgetting Sarah Marshall." She also publicly advocates for causes like animal rights and environmentalism, and has a very excellent Twitter. Show More Summary

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis Tie The Knot!

They’ve been waiting for the perfect time to get hitched and over the weekend Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis exchanged marriage vows. Per a GossipCop report, The “Butterfly Effect” hunk and the “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” babe invited...Show More Summary

Bill Hader on ‘Inside Out,’ Pixar’s Legacy, and the Joy of Working With Steven Spielberg

11 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Bill Hader has yet to make a bad move. After crushing Saturday Night Live for years, he started with small parts in memorable movies like Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Superbad, Tropic Thunder and Men in Black 3. He graduated to lead voice work with Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, then went against type in the dramatic The Skeleton Twins. Show More Summary

Universal Promotes Erik Baiers To EVP Production

Erik Baiers, who has worked on several of Universal Pictures’ most high-profile comedy films, has been promoted to Executive Vice President of Production for the studio. The executive worked on Knocked Up, Forgetting Sarah Marshall and Bridesmaids and the upcoming Trainwreck with Universal comedy producer/director Judd Apatow. Show More Summary

Ebertfest Profile: The Webers

As usual, this year’s Ebertfest provided an opportunity to mingle with the stars. Jason Segel of TV’s “How I Met Your Mother” and “Forgetting Sarah Marshall,” discussed his change-of-pace role as author David Foster Wallace in “The End...Show More Summary

Mila Kunis: Baby Wyatt Is Always On My Mind- Even During Sex!

Her whole life has changed since giving birth to her daughter Wyatt, and Mila Kunis can’t seem to get out of mommy mode as of late. During her interview on “The Late Late Show” last night (March 23), the “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” star...Show More Summary

Russell Brand Bails On Delivering SXSW's Keynote Speech — For a Surprisingly Emotional Reason!

We never realized Russell Brand was such a big softie! [ Related: Russell Brand Calls Out Bruce Jenner's 'Transphobic Bullies'! ] The Forgetting Sarah Marshall star was scheduled to give the keynote address at this year's SXSW festival, where Brand: A Second Coming — filmmaker Ondi Timoner's documentary about him — will premiere. Unfortunately for those looking forward [...]

Why I Failed to Advocate for Women: Confessions of an Ignorant Man

In Hollywood, Judd Apatow was known as the King of Bromance. He made his name producing comedies like Anchorman, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up, Superbad, and Forgetting Sarah Marshall. But then he made a radical shift. He championed...Show More Summary

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