For six seasons, we watched as Dean Pelton tried desperately to win the affections of Jeff Winger. Last night on Lip Sync Battle, his fictional dreams came real-life true. And it was beautiful. This is for you, Jeff/Dean shippers. I...
The actors on Lip Sync Battle may as well be in actual drag with contoured faces and wigs done up to the gods, mostly because the comedy of "Hey, there's Joel McHale in a yellow dress" wears off fairly quickly. (It does provide a good snort at first though.) Well, ... More »
To let him know his love is real. As real as a lip sync battle can be anyway.
This coming Thursday, former Community stars Joel McHale and Jim Rash will battle for the coveted title of “Most Synced Lip” on Lip Sync Battle. A preview of the episode was just released; it’s a clip of McHale singing “It’s Oh So Quiet,” Björk’s wonderfully out-of-place jazz standard from the otherwise trip-hop infused 1995 album, Post. Perhaps third only to […]
Season 2 of Lip Sync Battle has already been pretty epic; we've had married couples, reality stars, and costars face off on stage. Well this week we get a bit of sitcom nostalgia as former Community costars Joel McHale and Jim Rash go head to head! Video: You Won't Believe Dressed Up As Britney Spears To Perform [...]
Woodard and "Community's" Jim Rash are among the "Civil War" actors that will attend the film's red carpet premiere.
In Idiotsitter, Charlotte Newhouse plays a woman tasked with making sure a house-arrested rich adult-child, played by Jillian Bell, doesn’t get into trouble; while as writing partners, Newhouse and Bell are prone to egg each other on. It’s a relationship that is on full display in the writing of their... More »
A Valentine's Day Tinder Ball, Jim Rash of Community improvises a one-man show, comedians steal each other's jokes (on purpose) and more stuff to do and see this week for 11 bucks or less. Is Deckard a replicant? Ponder this and other unanswerable questions during the Egyptian's screening of Blade Runner,...
Their respective sitcom lives may have been cut short, but Nat Faxon and Jim Rash recently found themselves in the enviable position of having multiple studios waving money at them for their latest screenwriting project. Deadline reports...Show More Summary
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DEAD MALL. Has that not been a horror movie yet? Apparently not. But it's about to be. According to Deadline, 20th Century Fox has acquired a pitch from Nat Faxon and Jim Rash - co-writers of THE DESCENDANTS, which won the Oscar forShow More Summary
We’re in desperate need of a slasher revival, and Fox is hoping it’s going to be Dead Mall, a pitch that will be written and directed by Nat Faxon and Jim Rash, Deadline reports. The duo that shared the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay with Alexander Payne for The Descendants and wrote and directed the […]
EXCLUSIVE: Fox has acquired Dead Mall, a pitch that will be written and directed by Nat Faxon and Jim Rash, the duo that shared the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay with Alexander Payne for The Descendants and wrote and directed the Sundance sensation The Way Way Back. Show More Summary
The Leeches, a half-hour ensemble comedy from The Descendants co-writers Jim Rash and Nat Faxon, has been set up at NBC with a script commitment plus penalty. Written by the duo, the project centers on Jess, a young woman who, in anShow More Summary
(By Jim Finkle, Reuters) – A rash of hacking attacks on U.S. companies over the past two years has prompted insurers to massively increase cyber premiums for some companies, leaving firms that are perceived to be a high risk scrambling for cover. On top of rate hikes, insurers are raising deductibles and in some cases […]
By Jim Finkle BOSTON (Reuters) - A rash of hacking attacks on U.S. companies over the past two years has prompted insurers to massively increase cyber premiums for some companies, leaving firms that are perceived to be a high risk scrambling for cover. Show More Summary
After the sixth suicide in his old battalion, Manny Bojorquez sank onto his bed. With a half-empty bottle of Jim Beam beside him and a pistol in his hand, he began to cry. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
The Descendants co-writers Jim Rash and Nat Faxon have signed with CAA. This marks the duo’s return to the agency where they had been represented until moving to WME exactly a year ago. Rash and Faxon, who met while at The Groundlings, shared with Alexander Payne the 2012 best adapted screenplay Oscar for Payne’s The Descendants. Show More Summary
Who knew Dean Pelton (Jim Rash) had it in him? On the May 19 episode of "Community," "Modern Espionage," Greendale College found itself once again in the middle of a paintball war. This time, it was the Dean who became the hero -- at...Show More Summary
The sixth season of Community starts with a bit of good news that isn’t all that good, delivered via public-address speakers by Dean Craig Pelton (Jim Rash): Greendale is now ranked fifth on Colorado’s alphabetical list of colleges. “Rest in peace, Fatboy Slim’s DJ School!” Like so much else on... More »