UPDATE: According to a rep at Yahoo, the rumors circulating about Brie not returning to Community next year are false. Thankfully, Yahoo has confirmed that the Community cast — including Brie — are all on board for next year. Dan Harmon also confirmed Brie's return on Twitter.
First it was Chevy Chase, then it was Donald Glover, and now, it looks like there's a pretty good chance Alison Brie won't be returning to Community when it makes its debut on Yahoo next year. While no official announcement has been made about Brie's status on the show, Uproxx points out that the last time she [...]
Ian Roberts and Jay Martel, who have been showrunners on Comedy Central's Key & Peele since the show began, and now they're looking to do that same job on another comedy. Deadlinereports that Roberts and Martel have been hired as showrunners on Teachers, a TV Land comedy pilot executive produced by Alison Brie. The pilot is based on the web series of the same name, following an eccentric group of elementary school teachers. The show, like the web series, stars the iO Chicago-based sketch/improv group The Katydids (made up of Caitlin Barlow, Katy Colloton, Cate Freedman, Kate Lambert, Katie O’Brien and Katie Thomas).
Not too afraid to venture into one of the darkest and most depressing sections of Craiglist, Jimmy Kimmel and Community's Alison Brie pulled out their dramatic reading chairs last night and took turns reading some Missed Connections to the smooth sounds of a Kenny G wannabe. Hopefully this finally reunites the Eagle River glory hole couple.
Community star Alison Brie has joined the cast of a promising new comedy called Search Party, The Wrap reports. The film follows two roommates, played by T.J. Miller (She's Out of My League) and Adam Pally (Happy Endings), going to dangerous lengths to get their buddy Nardo (Thomas Middleditch, The Campaign) back from Mexico after he's stranded there, naked. Brie will be playing a co-worker and love interest of either Miller or Pally's character. Rasing Hope's Shannon Woodward recently signed on to play Middleditch's character's girlfriend. This is shaping up to be a pretty impressive cast made up of funny young people who haven't had the chance to [...]
Hey internet, here's a video of Community stars Alison Brie and Danny Pudi doing a freestyle rap. It will probably be at a million hits by the end of the day, and you can be a part of the magic now before it's too late!!
If you've ever wanted to see Alison Brie as a knockoff Buffy the Vampire Slayer or H. Jon Benjamin as an injured janitor, a short clip from Not Another High School Show — a rejected 2007 Comedy Central pilot from Not Another Teen Movie's Mike Bender — has been making the rounds on the internet today. A young Jennifer Lawrence also shows up near the end in a small but convincing part as a concerned high school student. (via Uproxx)
Two days after becoming Will Ferrell's fiancée in Get Hard, Vulture reports that Community's Alison Brie has also signed on to star in Bachelorette director Leslye Headland's upcoming film Sleeping with Other People. Brie is reportedly in talks to replace Kristen Dunst's starring character opposite Jason Sudeikis; Dunst had to drop out of the film due to scheduling conflicts. Sudeikis's role is a "womanizer" who meets Brie, who plays a "serial cheater." Hopefully one of the men she cheats on will be Adam Scott, who is also reportedly in talks to join the movie in an undisclosed role.
Alison Brie and Colin Hanks are set to star in a new indie romantic comedy that, unlike most indie romantic comedies, involves some sort of inter-dimensional portal. Variety reports that production is underway on the film, entitled No Stranger than Love. Nick Wernham is making his directorial debut on the project, which was written by Steve Adams (Envy). In the movie, Brie plays a small town high school teacher who starts having an affair with the school's married football coach (Hanks) until he vanishes down an inter-dimensional hole that opens in her living room. Small towns are so weird.
Here's Community star Alison Brie on the latest episode of Paul F. Tompkins's excellent web series Speakeasy. Tompkins talks to her about GIFs, Dungeons & Dragons, Nathan Fillion, her cover band, Community, Mad Men, and tons of others stuff that's fun to talk to Alison Brie about.
"I think I was 17 or 18 at the time. A friend of mine who I did drama with… goes, “They’re looking for young, cute, fun girls to be clowns"… I would literally drive into Compton, change into my clown gear, and then drive to whatever party. It was an awesome job… My clown name was Sunny; it was pretty straightforward. I had a yellow wig and a yellow suit, and I did my own face paint, of course. I also did characters sometimes, like Cinderella and Snow White and Powerpuff Girls, which was the worst, because you had to wear a little mini dress, but then a huge head that just [...]
Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart's upcoming film Get Hard has just added Community and Mad Men star Alison Brie to its cast. According to Deadline, Brie will play the fiancée of Ferrell's character, an investment banker sent to maximum security prison over a crime he didn't commit, while Hart will take on the role of the car washer who teaches Ferrell's character how to toughen up. Written by UCB's Ian Roberts and Jay Martel, produced by Gary Sanchez, and directed by Etan Cohen, Get Hard begins production this week and is slated for release in March 2015.
Here's a new red band trailer for the upcoming comedy The Kings of Summer, which features Nick Offerman yelling at a teenager about masturbating and saying "fuck you" to a police officer. What else could you possibly want from a movie?
Alison Brie was "sick" so she couldn't make it to her appearance on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. Her Community co-star Gillian Jacobs filled in, but somebody should probably check on Alison Brie to make sure she's not strung up in TV appearance-hungry Gillian Jacobs's attic or something.
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