Damon Wayans Jr., Lizzie Caplan, Maya Rudolph, Nathan Fillion and newly available leading stars are in big demand as casting season heats up. read more
Celebrity guests like Maya Rudolph, Sarah Silverman, and Adam Scott join Michael Bolton for Michael Bolton’s Big, Sexy Valentine’s Day Special on Netflix. The special was directed by Scott Aukerman from Comedy Bang Bang and Akiva Schaffer from The Lonely Island. Michael Bolton’s Big, Sexy Valentine’s Day Special is streaming now and features some of […]
Featuring cameos from The Lonely Island, Fred Armisen, Maya Rudolph, Will Forte, and more.
Michael Bolton's Big, Sexy Valentine's Day Special is coming to Netflix on 2/7, and the trailer looks... nuts. Bolton stars alongside an impressive number of guests, including Maya Rudolph, Fred Armisen, Will Forte, Sarah Silverman, Eric Andre, Casey Wilson, Randall Park, Michael Sheen, Adam Scott, and Chris Parnell. To top it all off, Andy Samberg…
With the bulk of the pilots picked up, the broadcast networks and studios are drawing up their casting wish lists and sending out offers. As usual, there are a few names that keep cropping up early on. Among those mentioned for multiple...Show More Summary
What we have here is life imitating art imitating life.
Sony also revealed the roles of Maya Rudolph, Ilana Glazer, James Corden and Steven Wright in The Emoji Movie. The post Patrick Stewart Will Voice the Poop Emoji in Sony’s Emoji Movie appeared first on CBR.com.
Today, Sony Pictures Animation held a panel promoting some of their future releases, including The Smurfs: The Lost Village, The Emoji Movie, Star, Hotel Transylvania 3, and the Spider-Man movie featuring Miles Morales. At the event,...Show More Summary
Jennifer Coolidge and Maya Rudolph also join the cast of the upcoming animated film.
Thursday Name a funny celebrity — Amy Poehler, Steve Carell, Horatio Sanz, Maya Rudolph — and chances are they got their start in standup comedy. The fast-paced, script-free genre forces participants to think creatively on their feet, leading to wacky scenes that never play out the same way twice. And...
It's not rare for TV spin-offs to bring in new voice actors, but fans will be happy to hear that Maya Rudolph, Alan Tudyk (woah, I thought Krei was in jail!), Scott Adsit, Ryan Potter, and Jamie Chung are all reprising their original roles.
Hairy babies, rejoice. Stars including Maya Rudolph, Alan Tudyk and even Stan Lee will reprise their roles when the show comes to Disney XD in 2017.
Patton Oswalt delivered a bittersweet set following his wife’s tragic death. Maya Rudolph reprised her role as the fake Talking Heads backup singer from Documentary Now. Ken Marino sang a full version of “Danny’s Song” by Loggins and Messina... Continue reading…
It still remains to be seen if Disney and Marvel’s Big Hero 6 will ever get a second life in theaters, but the upcoming 2017 animated continuation is no slouch when it comes to casting. Not only will stars like Maya Rudolph and Scott Adsit return, so too will Sherlock and The Walking Dead stars join the mix. Continue reading…
The animated show is set to debut in 2017. read more
Disney XD’s upcoming animated series Big Hero 6 will reunite much of the original cast from the Oscar-winning feature film. Reprising their roles are: Maya Rudolph as Aunt Cass; Jamie Chung as no-nonsense, speed genius, Go Go; ScottShow More Summary
A few years ago I saw David Byrne and St. Vincent in concert and it was a.) a blessed dream and b.) probably the closest I will ever get to see the Talking Heads live. But! Fred Armisen, Maya Rudolph, and Bill Hader have united to form Test Pattern, a parodic homage to the Heads, and they are kick ass. Read more...
This is a party. This is a disco. This is an extreme amount of fooling around. Maya Rudolph joined Fred Armisen and Bill Hader's Talking Heads parody band Test Pattern, birthed from their IFC show Doctumentary Now!, on stage last night at Tenacious D's Festival Supreme in Los Angeles. Like ... More »
Last night, Tenacious D’s Festival Supreme returned for it’s fourth iteration at the Shrine Expo Hall & Grounds in Los Angeles. The festival featured performances from artists like Mac DeMarco and Flight of the Conchords. Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, and Maya Rudolph’s Talking Heads parody band Test Pattern also performed. Show More Summary
In September, Fred Armisen and Bill Hader debuted their Talking Heads parody band Test Pattern on “Late Night With Seth Meyers.” The band was the focus of last week’s episode of their IFC series “Documentary Now!,” which parodied Jonathan...Show More Summary